Amsterdam Tours

Amsterdam is indeed one of most exciting cities across the world. There’s nothing like boating around on the famous canals on a sun-drenched day and taking it all in. Enchanting Amsterdam sightseeing and private guided tours could help you discover yourself and fall in love with Holland!  A lot of visitors tend to frequent the flavoured coffee stores or perhaps stroll the red-colored light area which is normal for most holidaymakers.

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Experience A Day In Floriade Expo & Windmill - Small Group
1437 reviews

During this full day tour your first destination will be the province of Flevoland, situated on the bottom of the former South Sea, where we visit the international horticultural exhibition Floriade Expo 2022 next to the city of Almere.

From EURO
€202.50
15226 customer recommendations
9 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Glide Through Amsterdam During This City Canal Cruise - Dock At Hard Rock Cafe
1428 reviews

Amsterdam is best viewed from the water. On this 75-minute canal cruise you’ll experience the best of our historical city. It offers you the best views of the 17th-century buildings lining the city canals.

From EURO
€15.00
15054 customer recommendations
75 Minutes Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Relive History With Anne Frank Story & Neighbourhood Walking
1399 reviews

Walk in the footsteps of Anne Frank. This 1,5 hour small group tour takes you to the area where Anne Frank spent her childhood from the moment she moved to Amsterdam until she went into hiding.

From EURO
€32.50
14504 customer recommendations
1,5 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Best Of Amsterdam With A City Canal Cruise & Heineken Experience
1398 reviews

Amsterdam is best viewed from the water. On this 75-minute canal cruise you’ll experience the best of our historical city. At Heineken Experience you come and discover what lies behind the doors of the former Heineken brewery in Amsterdam.

From EURO
€35.00
14581 customer recommendations
3 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Explore Amsterdam on a Private Walking Tour
1409 reviews

Start your journey with the best introduction to Amsterdam. A unique vision of the city which has a unique style of combining history with pure entertainment.

From EURO
€30.00
14475 customer recommendations
3 hours Scheduling Private Tour Amsterdam
Historical Sightseeing Tours by Watertaxi at Hoorn NL
1311 reviews

Not only a Watertaxi but also the best way to see Hoorn. The experienced skipper will guide you along al the highlights of this beautiful town with its great history.

From EURO
€18.00
13571 customer recommendations
3 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Enlightening City Canal Cruise & Rijks Museum
1185 reviews

Amsterdam is best viewed from the water. On this 75-minute canal cruise you’ll experience the best of our historical city. Show your voucher and pick up your sweet or savory snack-box at the ticket office before boarding the ship.

From EURO
€42.50
12530 customer recommendations
3 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Family Friendly Canal Cruise With Snack Box From Dock Opposite Hard Rock Cafe
1074 reviews

A visit to Amsterdam should always start with a city canal cruise. The luxurious canal boats are ready to guide you through Amsterdam’s many canals. The Amsterdam canals have been awarded UNESCO’s World Heritage.

From EURO
€22.50
11653 customer recommendations
75 Minutes Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Float Through Amsterdam With This City Canal Cruise With A Snackbox & MOCO Museum
985 reviews

Amsterdam is best viewed from the water. On this 75-minute canal cruise you’ll experience the best of our historical city. Show your voucher and pick up your snack-box at the ticket office before boarding the ship.

From EURO
€42.50
10263 customer recommendations
3 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Cosy Evening Canal Cruise Amsterdam
976 reviews

Ah Amsterdam! While the city is gorgeous during the day, seeing the city at night gives a whole different vibe! Thousands of lights highlight the hundreds of bridges and the iconic buildings alongside the canals.

From EURO
€20.00
10241 customer recommendations
90 minutes Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Absorb The Sights In This Canal Cruise With A Snack Box & Heineken Experience
959 reviews

Amsterdam is best viewed from the water. On this 75-minute canal cruise you’ll experience the best of our historical city. At Heineken Experience you come and discover what lies behind the doors of the former Heineken brewery in Amsterdam.

From EURO
€42.50
9984 customer recommendations
3 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Take A Trip To Floriade Expo Big Bus Tour - Half Day
960 reviews

From Amsterdam we will travel by coach to the province of Flevoland, situated on the bottom of the former South Sea, where we visit the international horticultural exhibition Floriade Expo 2022 next to the city of Almere.

From EURO
€101.00
10219 customer recommendations
6 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Fall Into The Footsteps Of Van Gogh Including Van Gogh Museum
906 reviews

Step into Van Gogh’s world. Explore the world’s largest collection of works by Vincent Van Gogh at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. You can see his masterpieces, but also his drawings and letters. You discover the ideas and ambitions behind his art.

From EURO
€242.50
9446 customer recommendations
9 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Enjoy A City Canal Cruise With A Snack Box & Van Gogh Museum
889 reviews

Amsterdam is best viewed from the water. On this 75-minute canal cruise you’ll experience the best of our historical city. Show your voucher and pick up your sweet or savory snack-box at the ticket office before boarding the ship.

From EURO
€42.50
9317 customer recommendations
3 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Discover Zaanse Schans With This Sightseeing Big Bus Tour
882 reviews

From the central meeting point, a short bus ride will take you to the windmill village Zaanse Schans. Here you will experience all that is typical Dutch in just a few hours.

From EURO
€41.00
9334 customer recommendations
3,5 hours Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Cruise Down The Famous Canals In This City Canal Cruise - Dock At Heineken Experience
863 reviews

Amsterdam is best viewed from the water. On this 75-minute canal cruise you’ll experience the best of our historical city. It offers you the best views of the 17th-century buildings lining the city canals.

From EURO
€15.00
9072 customer recommendations
75 Minutes Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Unforgettable Day Trip To Rotterdam, Delft & The Hague - Private
840 reviews

During this full day tour your first destination will be picturesque Rotterdam, where you will enjoy an included harbor cruise. The afternoon is spent exploring the towns of The Hague and Delft.

From EURO
€242.50
8992 customer recommendations
9 hours Scheduling Private Tour Amsterdam
Enjoy A Small Group Day Excursion To Schokland
836 reviews

Join us on the trip to see the most beautiful highlights of our little country; the Netherlands. The first stop will be the beautiful, old and historical landscape of Schokland. You will also have the opportunity to visit the museum.

From EURO
€222.50
8901 customer recommendations
6 hours Scheduling Private Tour Amsterdam
Relaxing Evening Canal Cruise With A Snack Box
825 reviews

Ah Amsterdam! While the city is gorgeous during the day, seeing the city at night gives a whole different vibe! Thousands of lights highlight the hundreds of bridges and the iconic buildings alongside the canals.

From EURO
€27.50
8671 customer recommendations
90 minutes Scheduling Shared Tour Amsterdam
Sustainable & Eco-friendly tour - Nijmegen
795 reviews

During this full day tour your first destination will be the city of Nijmegen, the in 2018 elected European Green Capital. A professional local guide will take you on an interesting 90 minutes walking tour through the historic city center of Nijmegen.

From EURO
€212.50
8173 customer recommendations
9 hours Scheduling Private Tour Amsterdam
Van Gogh Museum
1 Van Gogh is probably the world's most well-known and popular artist, on a guided private tour see this modern museum houses over 200 of his own paintings plus much more by his contemporaries. You don’t have to be a huge fan of Van Gogh to appreciate the great genius’ work. Over 1.5 million visitors walk through these halls each year making it one of the most famous museums in the world.
Ann Franks House
2 Everybody knows the haunting story of Ann Frank whose diaries came to light after her tragic death.  On a private tour visit the exact house she lived in, and that became her hiding place for over two years during World War II. Wander the attic where Ann and other family members were forced to stay and see her actual diary. A fascinating but highly emotional tour so be prepared with plenty of tissues.
Heineken Experience
3 Nobody and I mean nobody, will want to miss probably the best tour in Amsterdam.  Take a private tour of the Heineken Experience interactive museum housed in the original brewery building and maintaining its authentic interior.  Found in the centre of Amsterdam it explains the history and takes you behind the scenes of this famous brew. See the process and get some serious tasting in.
Dam Square
4 Dam Square dating back to the 13th century is buzzing day and night with locals and tourists alike. Come rain or shine there is always something to see whether it be a carnival in spring or street performers in the summer. Not far from Central Station the undisputed jewel of this square, however, is the architectural wonder of the 17th century Royal Palace. Take a seat at one of the many cafes around the square and soak up the atmosphere.
Tulips
5 Who can say Amsterdam without thinking of tulips and no trip there would be complete without a visit to one of the famous growing fields. Half an hour drive takes you on a journey through the picturesque countryside past traditional windmills to some of the most famous bulb fields of Holland. From mid April onwards Holland is transformed into an astounding multi-coloured patchwork of waving tulip heads with over 9 billion bulbs produce.
Canal Cruise
6 Where better to see a completely different angle to Amsterdam than from the water on a river cruise. Relax as the majestic 17th century buildings that line the canal slip by giving you a strong idea of days gone by before coming to the fast growing more modern 21st century city. Amongst other things you will see the Golden Bend and the Skinny bridge which, at night, is illuminated by thousands of lights giving it the title of the most.
Red Light District
7 Whatever your reasons for visiting the infamous red light district we are not here to judge. It often gets a lot of bad press, but it is one of the oldest parts of Amsterdam and has more to it than its more obvious trades. Avoiding the network of alleyways where the more risqué nightlife can be found this area is actually jammed full of beautiful gabled buildings and fabulous restaurants as you will see on your private tour.
Windmills
8 As iconic as clogs and Edam cheese are the windmills that littered the landscape of Holland. Windmills are so iconic they even have their own national day on the second Saturday in May. Just outside Amsterdam is the outdoor museum at Zaanse Schans dedicated to the heritage of the humble windmill and its various roles from preventing flooding to grinding seeds for mustard the favourite Dutch condiment.
De Pijp
9 Although not a historical area as such De Pijp its the most fantastic shopping area. Far from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, it is a mainly residential area with a distinctly Bohemian feel. A huge melting pot of nationalities and cultures you will find authentic Moroccan and Syrian restaurants on the same streets as authentic Dutch pubs. Where the most amazing traditional market still exists alongside the more modern boutiques
Cycle the city
10 Bicycles played a vital role in history when they were used as a socialist symbol by artists and woman campaigning for the vote. Its a practical way to see the city and explore off the beaten track, get amongst the locals and discover the hidden side of the capital. It is said there are more bikes than people and this proves the importance of the humble bike. It is cheap, and there are thousands of bike rental points all over the city.

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