3-day coach trip in the Netherlands – group trip, from 15 people
Did you know that for the first five years of his career as an artist, Van Gogh worked in the Netherlands? It was primarily in Brabant, where he was born and where his parents lived, that he made countless sketches and drawings, as well as his first masterpiece: The Potato Eaters.
During this short art trip, you will visit a number of places in the Netherlands that were significant in the world-famous painter’s early years. The trip starts at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. You will then discover Vincent’s homeland, starting in his birthplace, the village of Zundert. The trip also includes a visit to the Van Gogh church in Etten-Leur and a guided walking tour of Nuenen, introducing various notable places associated with Vincent’s life. The trip ends with a visit to the impressive Van Gogh collection at the Kröller-Müller Museum.
Art trip includes:
- Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam, Kröller-Müller Museum, Noordbrabants Museum and Museum Vincentre
- Van Gogh’s birthplace and the church in Zundert
- Van Gogh church in Etten-Leur
- Opwetten Watermill and church in Nuenen
Day 1: Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam: permanent collection and exhibition. Overnight stay in Breda
Day 2: Vincent in Brabant: Zundert, Etten-Leur and the Noordbrabants Museum in Den Bosch
Day 3: Museum Vincentre in Nuenen, the Opwetten Watermill and Kröller-Müller Museum in the Veluwe