A new part of the Netherlands that used to be just water and is now home to housing, work and leisure.


Day 1 – Arrival in Schiphol – Almere and Lelystad
Arrival at Amsterdam airport – Schiphol. Meet up with our local guide for a transfer to Almere.
In the morning we will have a guided visit of the city Almere. The city and the Island of Almere are 50 years young and are an open-air architecture museum. Almere has modern, architectural gems designed by world-famous architects like Rem Koolhaas. The layout of this ‘new build’ city is unique and cannot be compared to any other. The centre lies next to a large bathing lake with a lovely park and delightful beach.

In the afternoon we continue our visit to Lelystad where we have lunch. We discover the stories of “Holland Waterland” during our visit at the Batavialand museum. How did the Dutch tame the “Zuiderzee” and made Flevoland? Step aboard the spectacular VOC ship the Batavia and visit the shipyard, dive into the history of Flevoland and meet the pioneers of the Netherlands!
Dinner & stay in Almere.

Day 2 - Full day visit of Schokland and Urk
In the morning we will leave to visit Schokland- The museum tells the special story of a centuries-old location: from the Ice Ages to the drainage of the Noordoostpolder. The ancient battle between humans and water is still very much evident. It is not surprising that in 1995, Schokland was declared the first Unesco World Heritage site of the Netherlands.
Enjoy a nice lunch (cold food ) in Schokland and we continue to Urk (20min drive ).
Arriving at Urk, you can see that the harbor and ship Warf here is still really working and alive. Over more than a thousand years old. It used to be in possession of Amsterdam from 1660-1792 because of its location near the busy shipping route. In 1939 Urk was connected to the mainland by the dyke near Lemmer. This was the start of the new province ‘Flevoland’, it was the world’s biggest embankment but for Urk it meant the disappearance of her island and her sea.
Dinner & stay in Almere.

Day 3 – Nieuwland Experience
We are staying with the Dutch fight against water and we will join the New Land experience and get to know the Oostvaardersplassen of the Newland National Park in a unique way. You will be picked up  by their special bus and will be surprised with a VR experience.At the visitor center you have theopportunity to go for a walk, shop or enjoy the view on the beautiful terrace with a view over the Oostvaardersplassen. a walk through the Oostvaardersplassen (Kotterbos). The walk ends at the Kotterbos.
At the Kotterbos you get on the MS Nieuw Land and the cruise starts on the way and past Nieuw Land National Park. We sail through the low canal, past the special architecture of houses and the Wilgenbos. We pass through the Vaartsluis and then sail through the Hoge Vaart to the Blocq van Kuffeler pumping station. We close the cruise spectacularly with the passage through the Zuidersluis with a drop of no less than 5 meters. After the lock we go ashore past the oldest building in Southern Flevoland: De Trekvogel.
After 16:00 : Free time in Batavia stad Fashion Outlet. You get a VIP pass with 10% reduction in
participating stores!
Dinner & stay in Almere.


Capital of the Netherlands.


Only 15 minutes from Amsterdam, Haarlem is a charming, medieval city in North Holland.

The city is at the center of the Dutch flower-growing district and is a main export point for flower bulbs.

Close to the famous Keukenhof gardens and flower fields of Lisse.

The Dutch Wadden Sea Islands

The five perls in the north of the Netherlands.

Friesland and Groningen

Visit the 11 cities of the most northern part of the Netherlands.
Tidal flat walking, terpen and wierden (artificial hillocks), Unesco World Heritage (Woudagemaal, Planetarium, the WaddenSea).