Tulip Cruise in the Springtime
If you are interested in experiencing the natural beauty of Holland, you may be interested in a Tulip Cruise in the early spring.The excursions on the Tulip Cruise center around several charming cities and towns of Holland that are full of history. Some of the excursions will include a visit to the famous Keukenhof Gardens, a 70 acre showcase for the Dutch floral industry. Please keep in mind that the gardens close by mid-May. Other excursions may stop at the world's largest flower auction in Aalsmeer, where some 10 billion flowers are sold every year, or may include a trip to the reconstructed historic village of Zaanse Schans with its working windmills, clog makers, cheese farm and mustard mill. You may also stop in Gouda, made famous by its well known cheese, pipes and candles or the town of Delft, famous for its pottery. If you are into classical music, a visit to St. Bavo's Cathedral, where both Mozart and Handel played on the magnificent Muller organ in the main square, is a must.
Make sure to review the different itineraries for both of the barges currently offering Tulip Cruises, so that you can choose the one that is right for you.
These barges offer Tulip Cruises for the Spring of 2018:
- The 8 passenger ultra deluxe barge, La Nouvelle Etoile
- The 12 passenger deluxe barge Panache
- The 12 passenger deluxe barge Savoir Faire
NOTE: In addition to the 7 day/6 night Tulip Cruises, all three of these barges offer cruises from Holland through Belgium and into France at the end of the Tulip Cruise season.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have, so that we may help you select the best option for your barge cruise in Holland, or France and the rest of Europe.