VIP Individuals

VIP individuals

Holland Palette is your perfect partner for tour programs for your individual clients at a high level. We listen carefully to your wishes and prepare tailor made proposals. Boutique hotels, excursions, limousine transfers, and also high speed train tickets to and from Paris, London, Berlin, etc. We recognize that the organization of the tours must be perfect. Upon arrival the Holland Palette driver or guide will greet your guests with a welcome present and welcome letter on your letterhead and from that moment on, the personal attention is assured, until after a wonderful stay in Holland and Belgium. In close co-operation with you, we color your clients’ programs in the right way!

Art & Museums

Known for its Dutch Masters Holland has a lot to offer when it comes to art and museums. For example during the 17th Century Amsterdam, Rembrandt’s masterworks, and also the house where Rembrandt lived and worked, the Willet Holthuysen; a typical 17th Century canal house & Van Gogh’s masterworks. Further down south in…

The Hague; the 120 meter/ 400 ft Panorama by 19th Century painter Mesdag. But also in Delft, the city of famous painter Johannes Vermeer and The famous Royal Delft Blue experience, the last remaining earthenware factory from the 17th century. In Rotterdam; medieval art and modern art. And at Hoge Veluwe the works of impressionists that blend into the nature of the national park.
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Holland, Belgium and Luxembourg

Combine the three countries and discover not only the capitals Amsterdam, Brussels and Luxembourg, but also the little fishing villages and a cheese farm, windmills, Keukenhof flowerpark, Royal The Hague and Holland in miniature and also a Delft Blue Pottery. The high speed train makes going to the European capital Brussels exciting and from there we go on to medieval
Bruges, its chocolate factory and a beer brewery near booming Antwerp.
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Dutch Flowers

A true highlight of your visit to Holland, the beautiful flowers! Combine your visit with the following recommendations: Amsterdam’s picturesque canals, the world’s most beautiful spring garden; Keukenhof, the authentic city of Leiden, Royal Gardens of Palace ‘t Loo, Dutch Open Air Museum, Appeltern Gardens, and Maastricht; the city dating back to Roman times.

A taste of Flemish Delight

Combine the authentic and historical cities of Bruges and Ghent. Discover the city of Bruges on foot as the city center is car free. See the many romantic canals, medieval buildings and many churches and cathedrals. Also experience the city from the water and endeavor on a boat trip on the canals (Reien) of Bruges or a ride by horse and carriage. Also discover the many museums, the chocolate makers and lace shops that can be..

found in Bruges. Ghent, another town filled with history. Our guides can tell you all about the fortress Gravensteen and also the Adorations of the Mystic Lamb at the cathedral.
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Beer in Holland and Belgium

Holland is one of the biggest exporters of beer in the world and Belgium is well known for their specialty beers. On this tour you will get to know everything about the Dutch and Belgium beer culture. A nice combination of site seeing and visits to a number of fascinating breweries, such as Heineken, Hertog Jan, Brand, Duvel and several others.

Dutch Food

Continue to get to know Holland a little better in the tastiest way possible – through its food! Your guide will take you to culinary hotspots! Whenever your hear “Gouda” you probably think immediately of cheese and, of course, its other specialty, the syrup waffles (stroopwafels). Visit the oyster farms of Yerske, a small fisherman village in the southern part of

Holland, well known for its delicious oysters. We will visit the farms and, most important, taste the succulent oysters.
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Ypres & Menin Gate (Belgium)

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First stop on this private day tour is the Tyne Cot Cemetary. It is the largest cemetery for Commonwealth forces in the world, for any war. Next up is the city and region of Ypres. Our guides can tell you all about the The Ypres region and how it was the backdrop to one of the bloodiest battles in history, 100 years ago. Visit the

Ypres War Museum and attend the “Last Post” ceremony which takes place every evening at 8 pm and that has been sounded since 1928 under the imposing arches of the Menin Gate.
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Do you want more information about one of the above tours or if you are looking for a custom made tour, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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