Take a quick break from Amsterdam to see more of the Netherlands: Travel on a comfortable bus, see how world-famous Delftware is produced, and walk through the chic neighborhoods of The Hague, seat of the Dutch Parliament and the Royal Court of Justice.
In South Holland, pass by dikes and polders, land reclaimed from the sea by the Dutch people centuries ago. When you reach Delft, witness the beautifully preserved architecture and flowing canals. See the Old Church and City Hall in the Markt, a central square buzzing with locals and visitors alike. Enter the renowned Delft Blue Pottery, known for its handmade earthenware, and see how these delicate items are manufactured.
The Hague is the political seat of the country. Explore the courtyards and buildings of the governmental complex, including the Binnenhof, the House of Senate. Stroll through the small medieval center and get a glimpse of its modern, high-end neighborhoods before you return to Amsterdam.