International Studies Abroad ®est. 1987

Available Excursions for Amsterdam

Excursions may not be available for all programs and sessions.


The international business capital of Western Europe, Brussels' history of Roman, French, German and Dutch influence makes it a unique yet charming cosmopolitan city. Home to the European Union, the UN, the European Parliament and NATO, students in Brussels are at the heart of international... Read More


A short train ride away from Amsterdam, Haarlem is a quintessentially Dutch city not to be missed. For centuries it has been known as a market town, and this can still be felt today when walking around the city's famed "Grote Markt" (Market Square). Brew masters in Haarlem were concocting... Read More


Kinderdijk is a village in the province of South Holland and boasts the largest concentration of windmills in the country. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and offers visitoes picturesque landscapes, interesting museums, and insight into the area's centuries-old battle against rising water. Read More

Kröller-Muller National Park & Museum

Those who love nature and culture will be enchanted by the Kröller-Muller National Park & Museum. The museum contains a world-famous collection of art from the 19th and 20th centuries, including the world's largest privately owned collection by the famed Vincent Van Gogh. The sculpture garden... Read More


Optional for some or all sessions
Paris is home to many art museums from the famous Louvre to the Modern Art Museum with everything in between. Visitors frequent the Eiffel Tower, the Sacré Coeur in Montmarte, the Paris Opera house and the Luxembourg Gardens. People-watching on the Champs Elysées is a favorite pastime of... Read More

The Hague

The Hague is a cultural hub of the Netherlands and home to the Dutch courts and royal family. This charming city sits along the North Sea and is home to many international organizations and entities. The Hague is known for its coastal views and regal streets lined with large homes, foreign... Read More


Utrecht is a small, medieval city in central Nethelands and is often considered the most beautiful canal town in Europe. The city center is a small, pedestrian-only space with the Domtoren (Dom) tower at the center, visible from anywhere in the city. Students will tour the iconic Dom tower and... Read More

Zaanse Schans

The historic and well-preserved village of Zaanse Schans offers visitors a glimpse into what life was like in the Netherlands during the 18th and 19th centuries. Located along the Zaan River and lined with iconic windmills, Zaanse Schans is a charming city where visitors will learn about how... Read More