Drive through the green heart of Holland to Holland’s largest National Park “De Hoge Veluwe”. Visit the Kröller Müller museum, featuring a collection of fine art mainly from the 19th and 20th century. World famous are the drawings by Vincent Van Gogh. The museum is surrounded by an open air exhibition of modern sculptures, showing some exceptional pieces.
Lunch at leisure.
Continue to Palace “Het Loo” (1650) for a visit. Palace “Het Loo” in the woodland setting of the city of Apeldoorn, was the favourite summer residence of the Stadtholders and the Royal Family of the Netherlands from 1686 to 1975. Since 1984 the palace has served as a museum after a spectacular restoration of the buildings and the gardens, returning them to their original seventeenth century
(duration of the tour:8 hours).