I like tour and enjoyed of my time with group and take good information of our leader i suggest to you try this tour and learn more about Amsterdam
Meet your guide and group in Dam Square, and then set off on a tour of the historical center. Visit the Amsterdam Museum, Waag, Begijnhof, East India House and Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis), and discover their historical significance.
Stroll past the city’s famous canals, houseboats, and gabled houses, as well as the Anne Frank House (Anne Frankhuis), Descartes’ Home, and Rembrandt House Museum, before making your way through the bustling Kalverstraat and Jordaan district, to see the many shops, restaurants, and galleries.
Experience the unique atmosphere of De Wallen, also known as the Red Light District, and then conclude your tour at West Church (Westerkerk), full of information and recommendations for the rest of your trip.
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I booked this trip due to the excellent reviews on TA and opted for a walking tour as this city is best by foot or GVB tram because it is so compact. We were greeted by Tyler who is an American living in the Netherlands...More
I will Pass on the word to Tyler that you enjoyed the experience of walking through the city. We also appreciate that some of our guests my have Tickets to the Anna Frank house which makes for a lovely walk through the canal streets. I...More
Tyler my guide was fantastic! Loved what he is doing and he gave such interesting stories and facts. Kept a pace we needed and allowed us to have a break. I hope to book him again when visiting. Analytically I think this walking tour is...More
Really excellent walking tour. The guide was informative and amusing. He spent additional time with us. A great introduction to the city. I would recommend booking this tour at the beginning of your visit for a lot of ideas of where to return in your...More
Not sure if it happens to everyone but we still paid almost over 25 pounds each what was wasted. There was no sign or umbrella 🌂 to show he was there. We were both in front of the monument from 9.50 to 10.20am and nothing....More