Delft City Tour: canal boat tour and walking tour: daily guaranteed

rondvaart delft

Discover Delft with the Delft City Tour: a canal boat tour and a guided walking tour. This tour is daily guaranteed from 1 April onwards!

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Visit Royal Delft with the Delft Blue & Orange Combiticket

Royal Delft Exprience Meesterschilder Royal Delft aan het werk

For only € 21.95 per person you will have admission to Royal Delft, a cup of coffee/tea, entrance ticket to the New Church (and if open) the Old Church and a city walk including a guided tour in the New Church of Delft by a professional and enthusiastic guide. 

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Delft Orange Tour

Museum Het Prinsenhof (1)

Delft and the House of Orange belong together. Do you want to know why? Join our guide for a guided walking tour through the historical city centre of Delft. Before or after the tour you can visit Museum Prinsenhof Delft. € 15 pp.

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VIP City Tour Delft with private guide

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The beautiful city of Delft can not be missed during a visit to the Netherlands! Delft played an important role in Dutch history. It was home to famous painters like Johannes Vermeer and the father of our fatherland William of Orange. Of course, Delft is famous for its Delft Blue, which is still being handmade and handpainted in Delft. Happy Day Tours has over 10 years experience in organising tours in the city centre of Delft. Even on short notice our professional guides are available to share their passion for this historic city and knowledge with you!

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City Walk Delicious Delft

Delft Shoppen 12 - De Lelie


Together with a professional and enthusiastic city guide you will discover the beautiful historic city centre of Delft.  During this walk you will stop several times to taste Delft delicacies. 

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Delft: City of Vermeer

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For groups we offer Vermeer city walks, guided tours and day trips. 

During a Vermeer city walk our enthousiastic guide will take you to the beautiful historic city centre of Delft.  You will pass the church where Vermeer was baptised, the meat hall and the fish market, which were already there in the days of Vermeer.  You will see where his cradle stood, where he played and where his grantparents lived. You will be back in the 17th century.

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