Four hundred and fifteen years after Dutch explorer Henry Hudson explored the river that now bears his name, their majesties the King and Queen of the Netherlands will pay visit to New York and Georgia next week.

King Willem-Alexander and his wife, Queen Máxima, who ascended to the throne in 2013 after Willem-Alexander’s mother, Beatrix, abdicated, will tour Albany and New York City after touring Atlanta and Savannah in Georgia. The royal tour kicks off in Atlanta with a meeting with Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and a visit to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday, June 10.

After touring the city of Savannah, the king and queen will make their way to Albany where they will meet with Gov. Kathy Hochul and meet with CEOs of Dutch companies that are active in Albany on June 12. While in Albany, the royal couple will tour the semiconductor hub NY CREATES and the Schuyler Mansion, where the king and queen will talk to young people about climate change before heading to the Executive Mansion for a reception.

On June 13, the king and queen will tour East Flatbush in Brooklyn to tour and meet with community leaders to discuss climate action, affordable housing and societal resilience. The couple will then head to the New York Historical Society to take part in an exhibit entitled “New York Before New York: The Castello Plan of New Amsterdam,” which explores the intricacies of Dutch-New York history. The king and queen will end their tour with a reception at the spiral building in Hudson Yards.

The king and queen will be in the country as the prime minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, will be addressing Congress on June 13 in Washington, D.C.