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Amsterdam: Cultural Inner City Tour in German or English1755 Reviews
Discover the diverse facets of Amsterdam on an entertaining walking tour. Learn more about the city's history, culture, and current affairs from an experienced tour guide.
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- Visit the most beautiful sights of Amsterdam's city center on a leisurely walking tour in a small group
- Immerse yourself in the history of the city and learn what life in Amsterdam was like in former times, and what it feels like now
- Listen to the enthusiastic stories of your passionate German/English guide
DescriptionVisit famous sites of Amsterdam downtown and get an overview of the city on this walking tour dedicated to culture and history. Profit from tips every adventurous traveler needs to know and make the best of your trip. Find out which food you should taste and which districts can be discovered independently by bike. Listen to your guide telling you which architectural designs were popular in the past and get an idea of the people of Amsterdam. Hear stories about how merchants, salesmen, and the poor used to live in the Middle Ages, why the world of art blossomed in the Golden Era, how World War II has changed the people of the city and what it feels like to live in the tolerant, multicultural city today. Start your tour in the heart of the city at Dam Square, where Amsterdam was founded. The tour leads you past the Royal Palace of Amsterdam, the New Church Nieuwe Kerk, and past the former main post office, to Torensluis Bridge. See one of the tiniest houses of the city and learn more about the colonial times at the statue of Multatuli on Torensluis Bridge. Stroll past romantic canal-side houses and cross Spui Square to get to the pearl of Amsterdam – Begijnhof. With its entrance hidden in a narrow side street, this very special hofje is waiting for you to be discovered. On the way back to Dam Square you will see the river that the city owes its name to: the Amstel. The city tour ends at the national monument that was originally built to remember the victims of World War II but is now a memorial to all victims who lost their lives in any war worldwide.
IncludesWalking tour €1.50 city tax (per participant)
- The tour is in German or English (it is not bilingual). Please pick the option suited to you The tour is suitable for children You will not have to pay admission fees during the tour. All sights can be visited for free