Enjoy a combination canal cruise tour with skip-the-line entry to the Heineken Experience in Amsterdam. Cruise past beautiful bridges and merchant houses, then learn about the historic brewing process behind Heineken’s premium lagers.
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Discover beautiful Amsterdam from a unique perspective during an enchanting cruise through Amsterdam's canals. See the Anne Frank House, the Rijksmuseum, and other notabl
Experience a piece of Dutch culture as you ride the streets of Amsterdam on a guided bike tour that highlights the rich history of the iconic canal-lined city.
Explore the traditional 17th-century houses and windmills of the Dutch countryside on a tour of Zaanse Schans, Volendam, Edam, and Marken from Amsterdam.
See the typical landscapes of the Netherlands on a day trip to Giethoorn from Amsterdam. Glide past restored farmhouses by boat, see picturesque canals and wooden bridges
Discover the 18th-century lifestyle in Zaanse Schans and cruise around the idyllic canal village of Giethoorn by electric boat on this trip from Amsterdam. Experience dri
Learn about Anne Frank's life on a small-group or private walking tour of Amsterdam. Hear from an expert guide about the writer's life growing up, as well as the history
Discover the unique atmosphere of Amsterdam on this 75-minute canal cruise. See the UNESCO world heritage canals, the city's iconic bridges, and waterfront houses.
Discover the infamous Red Light District of Amsterdam with a knowledgeable guide. Explore the district's narrow streets and learn about the oldest pubs of the city and se
Explore Amsterdam's beautiful canals while having a few cold drinks. After the cruise, enjoy a night out on a pub crawl in the Red Light District.
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Oosterdok (Eastern Dock), just to the east of Central Station is a great area to walk around and there are lots of things to see as you go. The Eastern Dock has had a hugely important role in shapin...
The Jewish Quarter and Waterlooplein complete the most south eastern part of the Oudezijde (old side). Before World War II a large Jewish community were living in this area. Those days have passed a...
Leidseplein sits at the south-west corner of Amsterdam’s Grachten Gordel (Canal Belt) and is one of the main central locations and entrances into the city. Here you have so many things to do. ...
The Museum Quarter and the Vondel Park can be found by heading south west from Central Amsterdam and most people will find their way here via Leidesplein or the Speigelstraat (Mirror Stree...
Historically this region of the city was known as Nieuwezijde (New Side) and was part of the original settlement of Amsterdam together with the Oudzijde (Old Side) where the Red Light District and Nie...
The Red Light District in Amsterdam is of course one of the most famous places in the world. People come from all over to marvel at the countless red lighted windows, strip clubs, live sex shows, sex ...
Stretching south from Rembrandtplein and to the Amstel River in the east, this area is known as the Amstelveld, which was completed in the 1660s. Rembrandtplein, marked by a statue of Rembrandt, is ...
To the west of Central station Amsterdam’s four famous canals begin their journey in a curving fashion around Amsterdam’s old centre. This area is on the map as Grachtengordel-West...
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