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60 Minute Small Group Tour by Captain Jack

With a small group (max 15) will go on the most relaxing, cosy and fun family and friends open boat ride through the canals of Amsterdam. But not just any boat ride. You will be indulged with food, drinks (Juices for the youngest) , stories, history and humor. You will get to know the rich history of Amsterdam and so much more. . And you will also meet with guests from all over the world who all speak English. So not only get to know Holland but also France, India, Spain, Andorra, Italy , US and so much more while your at it. And because I'm your host for the whole tour, I will entertain you with amazing facts, funny and
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    Pass By: Magere Brug, Kerkstraat Nieuwe Kerkstraat, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The romantic and iconic bridge of Amsterdam

    Pass By: Amsterdam Canal Ring, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Amsterdam, capital of the Netherlands, has more than one hundred kilometers of grachten (canals), about 90 islands and 1,500 bridges. The three main canals (Herengracht, Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht), dug in the 17th century during the Dutch Golden Age, form concentric belts around the city, known as the Grachtengordel. Alongside the main canals are 1550 monumental buildings.[1] The 17th-century canal ring area, including the Prinsengracht, Keizersgracht, Herengracht and Jordaan, were listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010,[2] contributing to Amsterdam's fame as the "Venice of the North"

    Stop At: Rijksmuseum, Museumstraat 1, 1071 XX Amsterdam The Netherlands

    We dock right in front of the Rijksmuseum. Take a moment to enjoy this amazing museum. Beautiful as a building and amazing expositions. And of course the master piece of the world famous Rembrandt called the Nachtwacht (Night watch).

    Duration: 15 minutes

    Pass By: Anne Frank House, Prinsengracht 263 - 267 museum entrance Westermarkt 20, 1016 DK Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Anne Frank House is a museum and monument in memory of Anne Frank and her Jewish family who were in hiding in the secret annex on Prinsengracht 263 during the Second World War. Anne Frank wrote her famous diary Het Achterhuis here.

    Pass By: The Jordaan, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The most common theory on the origin of the name is as a derivation of the French word Jardin, meaning garden: most streets and canals in the Jordaan are named after trees and flowers. Another theory is that the Prinsengracht canal was once nicknamed Jordaan (the Dutch name for the river Jordan) and that the neighborhood beyond the canal came to be called this as well. Our Flagship canal tour will start and end here in the Jordaan.

    Pass By: Prinsengracht, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    One of the three main canals of Amsterdam, named after the three prinses of Holland.

    Construction started in 1612 on the initiative of Mayor Frans Hendricksz. Oetgens, after a design by city carpenter Hendrick Jacobsz Staets and city surveyor Lucas Jansz Sinck.

    The part between the Leidsegracht and the Amstel was developed during the city explanation of 1658. The section to the east of the Amstel was constructed during the last expansion. This part was named Nieuwe Prinsengracht.

    The Korte Prinsengracht is in the extension of the Prinsengracht between the Brouwersgracht and the Westerdok.

    Pass By: Houseboat Museum, Prinsengracht 296 K, 1016 HW Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Our boats will cruise along with the houseboat museum at the Prinsengracht. A perfect way of seeing how Amsterdammers live in their houseboats. a low price submission. Especially fun for kids as well..

    Pass By: 9 Little Streets (Negen Straatjes), 9 Little Streets (Negen Straatjes), Amsterdam, North Holland Province

    We will pass this amazing place, with the most amazing shops. Not those big chain companies, but smaller lovely boutiques, local little restaurants, local designers and beautiful vintage shops.

    Pass By: Leiden Square (Leidseplein), Leidsestraat Weteringschans, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    One of the two entertainment areas of Amsterdam. Al lot of bars, restaurants, night clubs and concert halls. Anybody who wants to threat the inner human with music and drinks. This is the location to be.

    Pass By: Spiegelkwartier, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The imposing Rijksmuseum can be seen from the Spiegelgracht. This canal connects the Prinsengracht with the Lijnbaansgracht and runs into the Nieuwe Spiegelstraat. The Spiegelgracht is part of the Spiegelkwartier which is characterized by its many galleries and antique shops. As an art lover, you can walk from the Museumplein along the Spiegelgracht where you can continue to enjoy the most special paintings, antiques, and art (objects).

    Pass By: De Duif, Prinsengracht 754, 1017 LD Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The present church owes its name to a predecessor, the 17th-century hiding church 'Het Vrededuifje' that once stood on the Kerkstraat. The first stone for the current Duifkerk, designed by Leiden architect Th. Molkenboer was laid in April 1857.

    Due to lack of money, the church became increasingly decayed in the course of the 20th century. For more than twenty-five years the building has been packed because the monumental façade had become detached. This danger has since disappeared. De Duif reopened in 2002 after an intensive restoration. During that restoration, the original murals were reappeared under layers of wall paint.


    Pass By: The Amstel, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Amstel is the biggest canal of all, and Amsterdam was founded from this canal which was originally a river. Fisherman builds a "dam" and called is Amsterdam. Amstel is also the name giver to the famous beer.

    Pass By: Westerkerk, Prinsengracht 279-281, 1016 GW Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Westerkerk (English: Western Church) is a Reformed church within Dutch Protestant church in central Amsterdam, Netherlands. It lies in the most western part of the Grachtengordel neighborhood (Centrum borough), next to the Jordaan, between the Prinsengracht and Keizersgracht.

    Pass By: Bourbon Street Music Club Amsterdam, Leidsekruisstraat 6-8 Near Leidseplein, 1017 RH Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The neighborhood is known for the concentration of entertainment venues, such as Paradiso pop venues and the Melkweg, the Stadsschouwburg, the City Theater cinema, and the Holland Casino.

    Pass By: Koninklijk Theater Carre, Amstel 115-125 Grachtengordel: East, 1018 EM Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Royal Theatre Carré (Dutch: Koninklijk Theater Carré) is a Neo-Renaissance theatre in Amsterdam, located near the river Amstel. When the theatre was founded in 1887, it was originally meant as a permanent circus building. Currently, it is mainly used for musicals, cabaret performances, and pop concerts.

    Pass By: Hermitage Amsterdam, Amstel 51, 1018 EJ Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Hermitage Amsterdam is a branch museum of the Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg, Russia, located on the banks of the Amstel river in Amsterdam. The museum is located in the former Amstelhof, a classical style building from 1681.

    Pass By: Blauwbrug, linking Rembrandtplein and Waterlooplein, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Blauwbrug (English: Blue bridge) is an historic bridge in Amsterdam, Netherlands over the river Amstel. It connects the Rembrandtplein area with the Waterlooplein area and lies south to the Stopera.

    Pass By: Dutch National Opera & Ballet, Amstel 3, 1011 PN Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Dutch National Opera (DNO; formerly De Nederlandse Opera, now De Nationale Opera in Dutch) is a Dutch opera company based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Its present home base is the Dutch National Opera & Ballet housed in the Stopera building, a modern building designed by Cees Dam and Wilhelm Holzbauer which opened in 1986.

    Pass By: South Church (Zuiderkerk), Zuiderkerkhof 72, 1011 WB Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Zuiderkerk is the first church designed for Protestant worship in Amsterdam. The church was built near the Sint Antoniesbreestraat in the Last, a neighborhood that was added to the city at the end of the 16th century. Today this is the Nieuwmarkt neighborhood. The church is located at Zandstraat no. 17.

    Pass By: Sexmuseum Amsterdam Venustempel, Damrak 18, 1012 LH Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Amsterdam is also known for the history of their tolerated believe in prostitution. How this all came about, you can find this in the sexmuseum.

    Pass By: Moco Museum, Honthorststraat 20 (Museumplein) next to Van Gogh Museum, 1071 DE Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Moco museum in Amsterdam wants to make a wide range of modern art, contemporary art & street art, like Banksy, available to the general public.

    Pass By: ARTIS Amsterdam Royal Zoo, Plantage Kerklaan 38-40, 1018 CZ Amsterdam The Netherlands

    ARTIS Amsterdam Royal Zoo was the first zoo to be established in the Netherlands, and it’s located right in the center of Amsterdam. It’s a place where nature and cultural heritage come together; a place where history has been created since 1838 and where new stories are created daily. Come experience them for yourself.

    Pass By: Amsterdam Light Festival, From the Magere Brug to Muntplein along the Amstel Canal, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Amsterdam's winter festival returns each year to illuminate the city's streets and waterways with bewitching light installations by international artists.

    Pass By: Ripley's Believe It or Not! Amsterdam, Dam 21 Dam Square, 1012 JS Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Museum, Attraction
    The only place in Amsterdam where you’ll find genuine human shrunken heads, a megalodon jaw, and so much more!


    Pass By: Museum Ons'Lieve Heer Op Solder, Oudezijds Voorburgwal 38, 1012 GD Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Tucked away in the heart of Amsterdam’s inner city lies a small marvel: Our Lord in the Attic Museum: a uniquely preserved seventeenth-century house from the Dutch Golden Age. Explore the narrow corridors and climb the stairs to historically furnished living rooms, kitchens, and bedsteads, leading literally to the highpoint of the museum: an entire church in the attic.

    Pass By: Noordermarkt, Noorderkerk, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Amsterdam is THE market city of Holland. Below the ‘Noorderkerk', on one of the city’s most beautiful squares, the Noordermarkt takes place on Mondays and Saturdays. This market has a tradition that originated in the seventeenth century. Through the ages, this market has been organized, daily, weekly and annually.

    Pass By: Noorderkerk, Noordermarkt 44-48, 1015 NA Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The church was built in the years 1620–1623 to serve the rapidly growing population of the new Jordaan neighbourhood.[1] The Jordaan already had a church, the Westerkerk, but the city government decided that a second church should be built to serve the northern part of the neighbourhood. The Noorderkerk became the church for the common people, while the Westerkerk was used mainly by the middle and upper classes.

    The architect was Hendrick de Keyser, who also designed the Zuiderkerk and Westerkerk, among others. After de Keyser's death in 1621, his son Pieter de Keyser took over and oversaw the completion

    Pass By: Micropia, Artisplein Plantage Kerklaan 3638, 1018 CZ Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Micropia is a museum in Amsterdam based on the idea of distributing information about microbes, which are often associated with illness and disease despite their essential function in the daily functioning of human life. The museum opened on 30 September 2014. It claims to be the first of its kind.

    The two main focuses for Micropia are: establishing a positive view of microbes and “becoming also an international platform for microbiology that brings diverse interest groups together in order to bridge the gap between science and the general public”. One of the basic premises for the museum is to encourage a more positive relationship between microbes and the general public because they believe that this will encourage more study and research into “micro-nature.”

    Many of the exhibits in Micropia focus on microbes’ existence in daily life. It consists of both living microbes as well as virtual representations of microbes.The Kiss-O-Meter, for example, measures how many microbes are shared between two people as they kiss.

    Pass By: Zeedijk, Oudezijds Kolk to Nieuwmarkt, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Zeedijk is a street in the old centre of Amsterdam. The street is the northern and eastern boundary of De Wallen red-light district and runs between Prins Hendrikkade and Nieuwmarkt. Historically an area riddled with crime and drug addicts, the area went through a revitalization and is now the main street of Amsterdam's Chinatown, where locals come to eat at Vietnamese, Thai and Chinese restaurants. The Zeedijk neighbourhood is also known as the Nautical Quarter because of its past as a sailor's neighbourhood.

    Pass By: Nieuwmarkt, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    One of the oldest markets in Amsterdam. An amazing location combining the Chinese area and red light district. Don't forget to visit the beautiful Waag. Now a restaurant but in the old days the western entrance of the old city. And the also hanged withes and criminals there.

    Pass By: Amsterdam Cheese Museum, Prinsengracht 112, 1015 EA Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Get ready for the #1 Cheese Experience in Amsterdam: the Amsterdam Cheese Museum. The Amsterdam Cheese Museum is not just offering another free cheese tasting. You can also relive the history of cheese making and experience the unique flavor of the best cheese of Holland. Learn more about Dutch cheese, see the most expensive cheese slicer of the world and have fun dressing up like a traditional Dutch cheese farmer.

    Pass By: Brouwerij 't IJ, Funenkade 7, 1018 AL Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Brouwerij 't IJ (the IJ Brewery) is a small brewery in Amsterdam. It is located in the former Funen bathhouse, next to the De Gooyer windmill. The brewery was opened by Kaspar Peterson, a former musician, in October 1985. Brouwerij 't IJ brews a standard selection of beers as well as seasonal and special occasion beers. All of their beer is certified organic. The brewery offers guided tours and tastings and has a pub with a large outdoor terrace. The pub is open daily from 15:00 to 20:00.

    Pass By: Emperor's Canal (Keizersgracht), Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The three main canals (Herengracht, Prinsengracht, and Keizersgracht), dug in the 17th century during the Dutch Golden Age, form concentric belts around the city, known as the Grachtengordel. Alongside the main canals are 1550 monumental buildings. The 17th-century canal ring area, including the Prinsengracht, Keizersgracht, Herengracht, and Jordaan, were listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010, contributing to Amsterdam's fame as the "Venice of the North"

    Pass By: Herengracht, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The three main canals (Herengracht, Prinsengracht, and Keizersgracht), dug in the 17th century during the Dutch Golden Age, form concentric belts around the city, known as the Grachtengordel. Alongside the main canals are 1550 monumental buildings. The 17th-century canal ring area, including the Prinsengracht, Keizersgracht, Herengracht, and Jordaan, were listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010, contributing to Amsterdam's fame as the "Venice of the North"

    Pass By: Singel, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Singel is a canal in Amsterdam which encircled the city in the Middle Ages. It served as a moat around the city until 1585, when Amsterdam expanded beyond the Singel. The canal runs from the IJ bay, near the Central Station, to the Muntplein square, where it meets the Amstel river. It is now the inner-most canal in Amsterdam's semicircular ring of canals.

    Pass By: De Poezenboot, Singel 38 G, 1015 AB Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Catboat is the only animal sanctuary that literally floats. A refuge for stray and abandoned cats which, thanks to its unique location on a houseboat in Amsterdam's picturesque canal belt, has also become a world-famous tourist attraction. The one and only Catboat.

    Pass By: Centraal Station, Stationsplein 9, 1012 AB Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Amsterdam Centraal is the largest railway station in Amsterdam, Netherlands. A major international railway hub, it is used by 162,000 passengers a day, making it the second busiest railway station in the country after Utrecht Centraal and the most visited Rijksmonument of the Netherlands.

    Pass By: St. Nicholas Basilica, Prins Hendrikkade 73, 1012 AD Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Basilica of Saint Nicholas (Dutch: Basiliek van de Heilige Nicolaas) is located in the Old Centre district of Amsterdam, Netherlands, very close to Amsterdam's main railway station. It is the city's primary Roman Catholic church.

    Pass By: OBA Library of Amsterdam, Oosterdokskade 143, 1011 DL Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Amsterdam Public Library, OBA, is a cultural organization aimed to promote a free flow of knowledge and information within the community of Amsterdam. In addition, the OBA provides a center for dialogue and education for all sections of society.

    Pass By: Foodhallen Amsterdam, Bellamyplein 51, 1053 AT Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Located in the magnificent De Hallen cultural complex in Amsterdam’s hip Oud-West neighborhood, Foodhallen is a classy indoor food market and bar serving up a range of high-end street food and beverages in historic surroundings.

    Pass By: I Amsterdam Visitor Centre, Stationplein 10, 1012 AB Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Your guide to visit, enjoy, live, work & invest in Amsterdam.
    Find out about Amsterdam's world-class museums, quirky festivals, theatre, live music, laid-back bars, and delightful restaurants.


    Pass By: Haarlemmerstraat, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Located in Amsterdam’s Jordaan district, the Haarlemmerstraat – and its extension, the Haarlemmerdijk - is a gem. Offering independent boutiques and specialty stores, little salons, trendy but affordable restaurants, and bars and the oldest cinema in Amsterdam, this area will appeal to even the most jaded of world travelers. You are guaranteed to find a special little something from Amsterdam in this alternative shopping district. And with a constant passing parade along the Haarlemmerstraat, you can spend a very entertaining time just watching the world go by.

    Pass By: Statue of Anne Frank, Prinsengracht 281, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Anne Frank is one of Amsterdam’s best-known historical figures. Anne and her family lived in hiding from the Nazis for more than two years in a house on the Prinsengracht. Anne was eventually deported to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945, where she later died at the young age of 15. Today, Anne’s spirit lives on through her diary and the huge numbers of visitors who come to Amsterdam every year to learn more about her short life.

    Pass By: Magere Brug, Kerkstraat Nieuwe Kerkstraat, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    One of Amsterdam’s many bridges is the beautiful Magere Brug, known to English speakers at the Skinny Bridge. This wooden drawbridge was once so narrow that it was hard for two pedestrians to pass each other. To cope with increasing traffic on the Amstel, a wider bridge replaced the narrow original in 1871. Also known as a love bridge, kiss on top or underneath and your love will be forever!

    Pass By: Museum Het Rembrandthuis (Rembrandt House), Jodenbreestraat 4, 1011 NK Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Rembrandt House Museum tells the story of the multi-faceted Rembrandt. He is known above all as an artist, the maker of dozens of self-portraits, intriguing cronies, compelling history paintings and convincing portraits. But Rembrandt was much more than a talented painter, etcher, and draughtsman. In the museum, you will encounter Rembrandt the man, the teacher, the collector, the entrepreneur and the Amsterdammer. Come and meet him in his own home!

    Pass By: Het Scheepvaartmuseum| The National Maritime Museum, Kattenburgerplein 1, 1018 KK Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The collection of The National Maritime Museum is one of the largest and most prominent maritime collections in the world with approximately 400,000 objects, including paintings, ship models, navigation instruments and world maps. Discover 500 years of Dutch maritime history and how strongly this is connected to the society of today and of the future.

    Pass By: Scheepvaarthuis, Prins Hendrikkade 108-114, 1011 AK Amsterdam The Netherlands

    A beautiful building across central station. Build in 1912 as the head office of the 7 major harbor companies of Amsterdam. Nowadays it holds a 5* hotel. It is a perfect example of the local architectonical style called the Amsterdam school. In the '80 and '90 it was the main office of the Amsterdam Transport Company (GVB) responsible for all trams, subways and busses within Amsterdam.

    Pass By: Red Light District (De Wallen), Red Light District (De Wallen), Amsterdam, North Holland Province

    It is very likely that you have heard about this neighborhood and to be frank, everything you have heard is probably true. From brothels to sex shops to museums, the Amsterdam Red Light District has it all. But contrary to what a lot of people might think, the Amsterdam Red Light District has a very friendly atmosphere and isn't as dangerous as it used to be.

    Pass By: Begijnhof, Gedempte Begijnensloot, 1012 RM Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Beguinage and its chapel are open every day from 9.00 - 17.00. You can reach the chapel via the gate at the Spui.
    The Beguinage is a private possession and is not a public ground. It is also a place of silence. We request you, as our guests, to respect this silence. Therefore, the Beguinage is closed for groups and excursions. Explanation about the Beguinage, if wanted, must be given out of the yard.


    Pass By: Brouwersgracht, Lijnbaansgracht and Singel in Jordaan, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Pretty as a Golden Age painting, the Brewers Canal took its name from the many breweries located here in the 16th and 17th centuries. Goods such as leather, coffee, whale oil, and spices were also stored and processed here in giant warehouses, such as those with the row of spout gables that still stand at Brouwersgracht 188–194. The newspaper Het Parool dubbed the Brouwersgracht the most beautiful street in Amsterdam.

    Pass By: Royal Palace Amsterdam, Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 147, 1012 RJ Amsterdam The Netherlands

    In the middle of the capital stands the Royal Palace Amsterdam, one of the residencies of King Willem-Alexander. The Palace plays a major role during state visits and other royal occasions, it is a building where history is written. In addition, the Palace is open to visitors as much as possible.

    Pass By: Heineken Experience, Stadhouderskade 78, 1072 AE Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The brewery was established in Amsterdam in 1864 and today Heineken is one of the three largest beer producers in the world. Heineken's rich and successful history has been presented in their old defunct brewery in Amsterdam. With several amusement park attractions added to the exhibit and renamed as Amsterdam Heineken Experience.

    Pass By: Munt Tower (Munttoren), Muntplein, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Munttoren (mint tower) was once part of the Regulierspoort which consisted of a gate with a tower on each side. It was built between 1480 and 1487 as part of the medieval city wall. Back in the 17th century, the tower was used to mint coins.

    Pass By: Bloemenmarkt, Singel, 1012 DH Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Bloemengracht and bloemenmarkt (flowermarket) is well known with all the little stalls, selling the famous dutch tulips. bulbs and a lot of typical dutch souvenirs.

    Pass By: The Amsterdam Dungeon, Rokin 78, 1012 KW Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Amsterdam Dungeon really shows you how we treated criminals during the middle ages.

    Pass By: The Dylan, Keizersgracht 384, 1016 GB Amsterdam, Netherlands

    The elegant hotel with seventeenth-century façade overlooks the Keizersgracht canal and is one kilometer from the Rijksmuseum and two kilometers from the s105

    Pass By: Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht - a concept by Hyatt, Prinsengracht 587, 1016 HT Amsterdam, Netherlands

    This luxurious, modern hotel on the Prinsengracht is two kilometers from the Anne Frank House and the Van Gogh Museum. Dam Square is one kilometer away.

    Pass By: Museum of the Canals, Herengracht 386, 1016 CJ Amsterdam The Netherlands

    For centuries here, money has been earned, art created, feasts celebrated and life enjoyed. This is the story that the Museum of the Canals brings to life.

    Pass By: Museum of the Canals, Herengracht 386, 1016 CJ Amsterdam, Netherlands

    Het Grachtenhuis, Herengracht 386, 1016 CJ Amsterdam, Netherlands. An amazing museum where you can experience and see all the beauty of the rich from the 16th & 17th century. Amazing old correct set ups of how the rich (and famous) lived in the glory days of Amsterdam.

    Pass By: Melkweg, Lijnbaansgracht 234A Grachtengordel: East, 1017 PH Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Melkweg is a pop venue and cultural center with live music, club nights, photography, film, and festivals. It is in a former sugar refinery and milk factory on the Lijnbaansgracht in Amsterdam, behind the Leidseplein and next to the Stadsschouwburg.

    Pass By: DeLaMar Theater, Marnixstraat 402, 1017 PL Amsterdam The Netherlands

    DeLaMar Theater is a theater complex with two halls with 601 and 949 seats at Marnixstraat 402, near Leidseplein in Amsterdam. Recently renovated it is one of the most famous theaters of the Netherlands. A lot of famous dutch theatermakers have performed on the stage of the DeLaMar theater.

    Pass By: Amstelveld, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Amstelveld is a square in the center of Amsterdam, between Reguliersgracht, Prinsengracht, and Kerkstraat, close to Utrechtsestraat. The Amstelkerk, a predominantly wooden building, stands on the square. The characteristic plantation consists of 46 Caucasian wingnut trees

    Pass By: Joods Historisch Museum, Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1, 1011 PL Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Jewish Historical Museum in Amsterdam is a museum that highlights Jewish culture, religion, and history. The museum has been located on Jonas Daniël Meijerplein since 1987 in the heart of the old Jewish Neighborhood. A good alternative for the Anne Frank house as well.

    Pass By: Xtracold Icebar Amsterdam, Amstel 194, 196, 1017 AG Amsterdam, Netherlands

    The Amsterdam Icebar is one of the coolest locations in the city (literally) and is certainly in the top 10 best things to do in Amsterdam. This fantastic bar is kept at a constant temperature of -10 ° C and everything is made entirely of ice. Be surprised by this fantastic experience and unique location while enjoying your favorite drinks

    Pass By: De Kleine Komedie, Amstel 56-58, 1017 AC Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Kleine Komedie is a theater in Amsterdam located on the Amstel and was built in 1786. It is the oldest theater in Amsterdam and can accommodate 503 spectators. The theater that focuses on small art has since the 1980s become 'the cabaret temple of the Netherlands.

    Pass By: Rokin, 1012 GA Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Rokin is a water and a street in Amsterdam, located between Dam Square and Muntplein, part of the former course of the Amstel.

    Pass By: Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌsteːdələk myˌzeːjʏm ˌɑmstərˈdɑm]; Municipal Museum Amsterdam), colloquially known as the Stedelijk, is a museum for modern art, contemporary art, and design located in Amsterdam, Netherlands.[8][9]

    The 19th century building was designed by Adriaan Willem Weissman and the 21st century wing with the current entrance was designed by Benthem Crouwel Architects. It is located at the Museum Square in the borough Amsterdam South,[2] where it is close to the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum, and the Concertgebouw.[10]

    Pass By: De Krijtberg - Sint Franciscus Xaveriuskerk, Singel 448, 1017 AV Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Krijtberg or St Francis Xaverius church is a Roman Catholic rectorate church in the center of Amsterdam, dedicated to St Francis Xaverius. It is served by priests of the Society of Jesus, better known as the Jesuits.

    Pass By: The Bulldog The First Coffeeshop, Oudezijds Voorburgwal 90, 1012 GG Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The story of The Bulldog starts in 1974, in the middle of the red light district. Henk de Vries created a place where everyone is welcome. A place where people can enjoy the privilege of being themselves: The Bulldog coffeeshop. Inspired by his dog at that time, a bulldog named Joris. Even the company logo was inspired by Joris; a drawing of Joris’ head.

    Pass By: Oude Kerk, Oudekerksplein 23, 1012 GX Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Oude Kerk (English: Old Church) is Amsterdam’s oldest building and youngest art institutes (since 2012). The building was founded circa 1213 and consecrated in 1306 by the bishop of Utrecht with Saint Nicolas as its patron saint. After the Reformation in 1578, it became a Calvinist church, which it remains today. It stands in De Wallen, now Amsterdam's main red-light district. The square surrounding the church is the Oudekerksplein.

    Pass By: Van Gogh Museum, Museumplein 6, 1071 DJ Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Van Gogh Museum is a Dutch art museum dedicated to the works of Vincent van Gogh and his contemporaries in Amsterdam; it is located at the Museum Square in the borough Amsterdam South, close to the Stedelijk Museum, the Rijksmuseum, and the Concertgebouw.[7] The museum opened on 2 June 1973,[2] and its buildings were designed by Gerrit Rietveld and Kisho Kurokawa.

    The museum contains the largest collection of Van Gogh's paintings and drawings in the world. In 2017, the museum had 2.3 million visitors, and was the most visited museum in the Netherlands, and the 23rd most visited art museum in the world. In 2019, the Van Gogh Museum launched the Meet Vincent Van Gogh Experience, a technology-driven "immersive exhibition" on Van Gogh's life and works, which has toured globally.

    Pass By: Concertgebouwplein 10 Museum Quarter, 1071 LN Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Royal Concertgebouw (Dutch: Koninklijk Concertgebouw, pronounced [ˌkoːnɪnklək kɔnˈsɛrtxəbʌu]) is a concert hall in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The Dutch term "concertgebouw" translates into English as "concert building". Its superb acoustics place it among the finest concert halls in the world, along with Boston's Symphony Hall[2][3] and the Musikverein in Vienna.[4]

    In celebration of the building's 125th anniversary, Queen Beatrix bestowed the royal title "Koninklijk" upon the building on 11 April 2013, as she had on the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra upon its 100th in 1988.[5]

    Pass By: De Stadsschouwburg, Leidseplein 26 Grachtengordel: East, 1017 PT Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Stadsschouwburg (Dutch: Municipal Theatre) of Amsterdam is the name of a theatre building at the Leidseplein in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The building is in the neo-Renaissance style dating back to 1894, and is the former home of the National Ballet and Opera.[1]

    Pass By: Paradiso, Weteringschans 6-8 Grachtengordel: East, 1017 SG Amsterdam The Netherlands

    A former church which was during the flower power time transformed in to a concerthall. Where big name shave performed. Bruce Springsteen, beatles, rolling stones, etc..

    Pass By: GASSAN, Nieuwe Uilenburgerstraat 173-175, 1011 LN Amsterdam The Netherlands

    GASSAN Diamonds is a Dutch diamond and jewelry trade in Amsterdam. In 2005, the company sold diamonds and other objects worth around one hundred million euros.

    Pass By: De Hallen Amsterdam, Hannie Dankbaarpassage, 1053 RT Amsterdam The Netherlands

    De Hallen is the name of a cultural center in the Kinkerbuurt in Amsterdam-West, with a library, theater, cinema, catering, TV studios and craft center. The center is located in the former Remise Tollensstraat of the Amsterdam Municipal Tram, built in 1902-'05 and was used by the Amsterdam Municipal Transport Company until 1996, after which the buildings were still in use by various tenants, including Amsterdam Public Transport until 2005 Museum. The complex is located between Kinkerstraat, Bilderdijkkade, Bellamyplein and Ten Katestraat.

    Pass By: Museumplein, 1071 DJ Amsterdam, Netherlands

    The Museumplein is a square and city park in the Amsterdam-Zuid district, just south of Amsterdam-Center. It owes its name to the Rijksmuseum, which opened in 1885 and is located on the square. The Stedelijk Museum, the Van Gogh Museum, the Moco Museum, and the Concertgebouw are also located on the Museumplein.

    Pass By: Mozes en Aaronkerk, Waterlooplein 205, 1011 PG Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Moses and Aaron Church, officially dedicated to St. Anthony of Padua, is a Roman Catholic church on Waterlooplein in Amsterdam, in the Dutch province of North Holland.

    Pass By: Cromhout House, Herengracht 366-368, 1016 CH Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Bijbels Museum is a museum on the Herengracht in Amsterdam. The purpose of the museum is to provide insight into the role of the Bible in society and culture in the present and the past and to search together with the visitor for the stories and sentiments that live within our society and culture, both within the museum walls as in the country.

    Pass By: Huis Marseille, Museum for Photography, Keizersgracht 401, 1016 EK Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Huis Marseille Museum for Photography is a photography museum on Keizersgracht in Amsterdam, located in a monumental canal house dating from 1665. It is the first museum in the Netherlands that focuses specifically on photography as an art form. Since 1999 there has been a new exhibition every three months.

    Pass By: Van Baerlestraat & Vondelpark Museum Quarter, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Vondelpark is an elongated city park in Amsterdam, dating from 1865. The park is located in the Amsterdam-Zuid district, on the border with the Amsterdam-West district. It extends from the Stadhouderskade to the Amstelveenseweg.

    Pass By: NEMO Science Museum, Oosterdok 2, 1011 VX Amsterdam The Netherlands

    NEMO Science Museum (from latin Nobody) is a science centre in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is located in the Oosterdokseiland neighbourhood in the Amsterdam-Centrum borough, situated between the Oosterdokseiland and the Kattenburg. The museum has its origins in 1923, and is housed in a building designed by Renzo Piano since 1997. It contains five floors of hands-on science exhibitions and is the largest science center in the Netherlands. It attracts around 670,000 visitors annually, which makes it the eighth most visited museum in the Netherlands.

    Pass By: De Bijenkorf, Dam 1, 1012 JS Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Bijenkorf was founded in 1870 by Simon Philip Goudsmit and grew from a small haberdashery shop in Amsterdam to a department store chain with branches in twelve cities in 2012.

    Pass By: Madame Tussauds Amsterdam, Dam Square 20, 1012 NP Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Madame Tussauds Amsterdam is a wax museum situated in Amsterdam, the capital city of the Netherlands. It is located in the centre of the city on Dam Square, near the Royal Palace of Amsterdam. Founded in 1970, it was the first Madame Tussauds that was opened in mainland Europe as well as being the first foreign branch of the British institution. The collection of Madame Tussauds Amsterdam consists of a collection of wax figures of famous celebrities in different categories such as the Golden Age of Dutch history.

    Pass By: Amsterdam Museum, Kalverstraat 92, 1012 PH Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Amsterdam Museum, known until 2011 as the Amsterdams Historisch Museum, is an Amsterdam based museum, dedicated to the present and past of the city.

    Pass By: Nieuwe Kerk, Dam Old Centre: New Side, 1012 NP Amsterdam The Netherlands

    De Nieuwe Kerk is a church building in Amsterdam. The church is located on Dam Square, at number 12, next to the Palace on Dam Square. The Mozes and Aäronstraat run between the church and the Palace.

    Pass By: EYE Film Institute Netherlands, IJpromenade 1 Museum Quarter, 1031 KT Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Eye Filmmuseum is a center in Amsterdam dedicated to cinematography. The building is opposite the Central Station, on the north bank of the IJ, in the Overhoeks district. The building was designed by the Austrian architects Roman Delugan and Elke Delugan-Meissl and opened in early 2012.

    Pass By: A'dam Lookout, Overhoeksplein 5, 1031 KS Amsterdam The Netherlands

    A’DAM LOOKOUT is an observation deck with an unrivalled panoramic view of Amsterdam. You’ll see the city’s historical centre, its pulsating port, the unique Dutch polder landscape and you’ll spot the famous canals which belong to the UNESCO world heritage list. Complementing the experience is a state-of-the-art interactive exhibition about Amsterdam’s history and culture. A’DAM LOOKOUT is located on top of the A’DAM Tower in Amsterdam North.

    Pass By: De Pijp, De Pijp, Amsterdam, North Holland Province

    In the narrow streets of the alternative De Pijp, you will find numerous eastern eateries, traditional pubs, and cafés with terraces. At the Albert Cuyp Market, the maternity holders sell Dutch specialties such as herring and syrup waffles.

    Pass By: Rembrandtplein, 1017 CT Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Rembrandtplein is a square in the center of Amsterdam, between Reguliersbreestraat and Amstelstraat. The square borders on the Thorbeckeplein. The Reguliersdwarsstraat, Korte Reguliersdwarsstraat, Halvemaansteeg, Bakkersstraat, and Utrechtsestraat also lead to the square.

    Pass By: Hortus Botanicus, Plantage Middenlaan 2A, 1018 DD Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam is a botanical garden. The garden is located on Plantage Middenlaan, in the Plantage neighborhood. The garden is approximately 1.2 hectares and contains more than six thousand tropical and native trees and plants

    Pass By: National Monument, Dam, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The National Monument on Dam Square in Amsterdam is a memorial for the commemoration of the Second World War in the Netherlands. The monument is central to the annual National Remembrance Day on May 4

    Pass By: Diamant Museum Amsterdam, Paulus Potterstraat 8, 1071 CZ Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Diamond Museum Amsterdam is a museum in the Dutch capital Amsterdam. The museum provides insight into the mining, grinding and processing of diamonds, while the history goes back to 1586.

    Pass By: Tropenmuseum, Linnaeusstraat 2, 1092 CK Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Tropenmuseum, founded in 1864 as a Colonial Museum, is a Dutch ethnological museum on the Linnaeusstraat in Amsterdam. It has a large collection of ethnographic artifacts from tropical and subtropical regions, especially from the former Dutch overseas territories.

    Pass By: Museum Van Loon, Keizersgracht 672, 1017 ET Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Museum Van Loon is a museum in a patrician's house on Keizersgracht 672 in Amsterdam that has been owned by members of the Van Loon family since 1884 and derives its name from it.
    The canal house where the museum resides was built in 1672, and served as the home of artist Ferdinand Bol. From 1884 to 1945 the Van Loons lived in the house. Thora van Loon-Egidius, who lived in the house, was a lady-in-waiting for Wilhelmina of the Netherlands.

    Pass By: Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier), Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier), Amsterdam, North Holland Province

    Museumkwartier (Amsterdam) (the Museum Quarter) is a neighbourhood of Amsterdam, Netherlands, located in the borough of Amsterdam-Zuid.

    It is bordered by the Stadhouderskade, Vondelpark, Emmastraat, Reinier Vinkeleskade and the Hobbemakade.

    The area was developed following the construction of the Rijksmuseum.

    The neighbourhood gets its name from the major museums at Museumplein; the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk Museum and Van Gogh Museum. Other attractions in the area include the Concertgebouw and the Vondelpark.

    Pass By: Tassenmuseum Amsterdam, Herengracht 573, 1017 CD Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Museum of Bags and Purses (Dutch: Tassenmuseum Amsterdam), is a museum devoted to the history of bags, purses, and their related accessories. Located in Amsterdam's historic central canal belt, the museum's collection includes over 5,000 items dating back to the sixteenth-century.

    Museum of Bags and Purses, garden.
    One of only three museums across the globe specialising in this field, it houses the world's largest collection of bags and purses.

    Pass By: NDSM Wharf, NDSM Wharf, Amsterdam, North Holland Province

    From the 1920s to the 1980s, the NDSM wharf was one of the largest shipyards in the world, where imposing mammoth tankers rolled down the slope. After the cessation of these activities, this vast terrain - with its impressive backdrop of crane tracks, sheds, and a giant ramp - became a home base for creative pioneers such as Dogtroep and Robodock.

    Pass By: IJdock, IJdok, 1013 MM Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The IJ is a river, formerly a sea arm, in North Holland. The actual IJ or Binnen-IJ separates the inner city of Amsterdam from Amsterdam-Noord and was originally a spur of the Zuiderzee. The name IJ is related to the Frisian Ae, Ee or Die. This means 'water'

    Pass By: De Gooyer Windmill, Funenkade 5, 1018 AL Amsterdam The Netherlands

    De Gooyer is a scaffolding mill on Amsterdam's Funenkade, at Zeeburgerstraat / corner of Sarphatistraat, between Nieuwe Vaart and Singelgracht.

    Pass By: Foam - Photography Museum Amsterdam, Keizersgracht 609, 1017 DS Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Foam is a photography museum on the Keizersgracht in Amsterdam. The museum presents changing exhibitions in which all kinds of photographic genres are shown, such as historical photos, art photos, news photos, and fashion photos.

    Pass By: The Cat Cabinet, Herengracht 497, 1017 BT Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Cat Cabinet is an art museum in Amsterdam entirely devoted to cats. The collection includes paintings, drawings, sculptures and other works of art from cats, including works by Picasso, Rembrandt, Toulouse-Lautrec, Corneille, Sal Meijer, Théophile Steinlen and Jože Cha.

    Pass By: Spui, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Spui is a street in the center of Amsterdam that extends between the Rokin and the Singel. Halfway the Spui is crossed by the Kalverstraat. Slightly north of the Singel, the Spuistraat and the Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal come together.

    Pass By: New English Bookstore, Kalverstraat 223, 1012 XC Amsterdam The Netherlands

    An authentic English bookstore in the heart of Amsterdam

    Pass By: Willet-Holthuysen Museum, Herengracht 605, 1017 CE Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Willet-Holthuysen Museum on Herengracht 605 in Amsterdam is a canal house that is open to the public, with fully furnished period rooms. The museum gives a picture of life in a chic building on the Amsterdam canals in the 18th and 19th centuries. The museum is managed by the Amsterdam Museum.

    Pass By: Amstelpark, Arent Janszoon Ernststraat 1, 1083 GP Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Amstelpark was built and opened for the 1972 Floriade gardening exhibition. The park has its own train line, the Amstel train, which runs through the Rosarium, the rhododendron valley and the Riekermolen.

    The park contains a variety of plant species from around the world, including a "rhododendron valley" with about 139 species of rhododendrons, blooming in April and May. At one point, the park lost about 30 percent of its larger trees due to disease.

    The park contains a Japanese Garden, which was renovated in 2001 at the time of the celebration of the 400-year relationship between the Netherlands and Japan.

    The Riekermolen windmill lies south of the Amstelpark. The windmill was situated here in 1636, was active until 1932, and was removed in 1956. The city council decided to rebuild the mill on the west side of the Amstel in 1961. Rembrandt sketched the windmill.

    Pass By: In de Waag, 4 Nieuwmarkt, 1012 CR Amsterdam The Netherlands

    De Waag is a 15th-century building on the Nieuwmarkt in the center of Amsterdam. It was originally a city gate. The current name refers to the later function as a hedge. The building has had a series of other functions, including guild house, museum, fire station, and anatomical theater.

    Pass By: Oosterpark, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Oosterpark is a city park and street in the Oosterparkbuurt in Amsterdam East. The park is approximately 12 hectares. The Oosterpark, which was built in 1891, was the first large park to be laid out by the municipality of Amsterdam. Previous parks in the city were smaller or private initiative.

    Pass By: Body Worlds, Damrak 66, 1012 LM Amsterdam The Netherlands

    BODY WORLDS Amsterdam takes you on a fascinating journey through the human body. With over 200 real laminated bodies, BODY WORLDS teaches you everything you ever wanted to know about your own anatomy.

    Pass By: House of Bols, the Cocktail & Genever Experience, Paulus Potterstraat 12 14 16, 1071 CZ Amsterdam, Netherlands

    Your best hour in Amsterdam! Feel, taste, smell and discover which secrets hide behind the best cocktail.
    During this interactive cocktail and genever experience in the House of Bols, you will find out everything there is to know about how genever conquered the world during the Golden Age. After the tour, you can enjoy a delicious cocktail in the revolutionary Mirror bar!
    The tour takes an hour and the price includes one cocktail.


    Pass By: Homomonument, Westermarkt, Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Homomonument is a memorial on the Westermarkt, located between the Westerkerk and the Keizersgracht in the center of Amsterdam. The monument was unveiled on 5 September 1987 and consists of three pink, granite triangles, arranged in such a way that together they form a large triangle.

    Pass By: Sarphatipark, 1073 CZ Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Sarphatipark is a 4.5-hectare rectangular park in the middle of Amsterdam's De Pijp residential area in the Zuid district. The park was named in 1888 after the doctor, urban planner, and benefactor Samuel Sarphati

    Pass By: The Smallest House in Amsterdam, Oude Hoogstraat 22, 1012 CE Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The smallest house in Amsterdam is located at Oude Hoogstraat 22 in the old city center of Amsterdam, next to the Oost-Indisch Huis and the gate to the Walloon Church. The house, by some called the "Smallest house of Europe",[1] is 2.02 meters (6 feet 8 inches) wide and 5 meters (16 feet 5 inches) deep. With its distinctive spout gable, this house represents a miniature version of a typical Amsterdam canal house.

    The smallest house in Amsterdam is registered as a national heritage site

    Pass By: Museum Het Schip, Oostzaanstraat 45, 1013 WG Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Museum Het Schip is a museum in Amsterdam-West, located in the block with the same name. The museum is dedicated to the Amsterdam School. The building is considered as a prominent example of this architectural style.

    Pass By: Hollandsche Schouwburg, Plantage Middenlaan 24, 1018 DE Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Hollandsche Schouwburg is a Jewish monument on the Plantage Middenlaan in Amsterdam. Between 1893 and 1942 it was a theater. In the war years 1942 and 1943 it was a gathering place where Jews were deported via Camp Westerbork to Nazi Germany extermination camps.

    Pass By: This is Holland, Overhoeksplein 51, 1031 KS Amsterdam, Netherlands

    This is Holland is a tourist attraction with a panoramic flight simulator in Amsterdam. The attraction was opened in Amsterdam North in 2017, next to the EYE Film Museum, in a 24-meter-high cylindrical pavilion on the former Overhoeks Shell site, above the underground parking garage of the A'DAM Tower.

    Pass By: Amsterdam Tulip Museum, Prinsengracht 116, 1015 EA Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Amsterdam Tulip Museum, also known as the Tulip Museum, is located at Prinsengracht 116, opposite the Anne Frank House. The museum shows the history of the tulip below, from its discovery in Central Asia to the present time.

    Pass By: Pieter Cornelisz Hooftstraat, 1019 Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Pieter Cornelisz. Hooftstraat, usually P.C. Called Hooftstraat, is a street in Amsterdam. The street was named in 1872 after the historian, poet, and playwright Pieter Cornelisz. Hooft. Now it is know to have shope with the more expensive brands like Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, G-star, etc..

    Pass By: Waterlooplein Market, Waterlooplein 2, 1011 PG Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Waterlooplein is the oldest flea market in the Netherlands. Founded one hundred and thirty-three years ago, open six days a week and with about three hundred stalls, one of the nicest and nicest places in the heart of Amsterdam. You can wander around, watch and tap on something fun. From vintage cameras to second-hand books, to jewelry and the latest fashion for little

    Pass By: Erotic Museum, Oudezijdsachterburgwal 54, 1012 DP Amsterdam The Netherlands

    Amsterdam is famous for its beautiful canals, historic buildings, misty coffee shops, beautiful museums, frank culture, and iconic Red Light District. This unique attraction is visited by millions of tourists every year, and the Erotic Museum is centrally located in this area.

    Pass By: Verzetsmuseum Amsterdam, Plantage Kerklaan 61, 1018 CX Amsterdam The Netherlands

    The Resistance Museum (Dutch: Verzetsmuseum) is a museum located in the Plantage neighbourhood in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.[1] The Dutch Resistance Museum, chosen as the best historical museum of the Netherlands[2], tells the story of the Dutch people in World War II. From 14 May 1940 to 5 May 1945, the Netherlands were occupied by Nazi Germany.

    Permanent exhibits of the museum recreate the atmosphere of the streets of Amsterdam during the German occupation of World War II. Big photographs, old posters, objects, films and sounds from that horrible time, help to recreate the scene. The background of the Holocaust is also visualized to the visitor. This is an exhibition about everyday life during that time, but also about exceptional historical events and the resistance of the population against the Nazis and heroism.

    Pass By: Stayokay Amsterdam Vondelpark, Zandpad 5, 1054 GA Amsterdam, Netherlands

    You can find us at 22 locations throughout the Netherlands and at the most surprising locations. From the hostels you can go in all directions: taste art & culture in the city, actively explore nature or get some fresh air on the beach. The beauty of these locations is that you always go home with new adventures in your pocket. In addition, you will find sustainable hints everywhere in our hostels that contribute to a more beautiful planet and a relaxed stay!

  • Departure Point :
    Stadhouderskade, S100, 1017 RZ Amsterdam, Netherlands
    Return Detail :
    Returns to original departure point
    Hotel Pickup :
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Not wheelchair accessible
    • Stroller accessible
    • Service animals allowed
    • Near public transportation
    • Infant seats available
    • Most travelers can participate
    • Due a lot of traffic at the dock, I can't wait more than 5 minutes. Please make sure you are at the dock 10 minutes before departure.
    • Be aware, on the water it can be colder than in the street. Make sure you have a coat with you.
    • A fairly big step needs to be taken to get in the boat. Ofcourse I will assist you.
    • When a lot of rain is predicted I will use a covered boat. This might impact the visibility, but keep us dry. On heavily rainy days, rescheduling or refunding is ofcourse possible.
    • I always try to give the best tour possible (5*). But in rare occasion things don't go as you and me would like. Please let me know asap. Aither direct or send me an email of text. I will contact you.
    • The tour is a historical canal cruise, it is not a booze cruise. So if you are looking for a bachelor party boat or any other booze cruise. Just contact me. And I can arrange that for you on a private boat.
    • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
    • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
    • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
    • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
    • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
    • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
    • Guides required to regularly wash hands
    • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
    • I don't except more than 16 guests on a boat which normally has room for 35 guests.
  • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

Language

English

Age Req.

-

Fitness Req.

None

Group Size

15

Organised by Captain Jack Amsterdam

Activity ID: V-176051P1

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