Amsterdam is still getting more and more popular every year, so how nice is it that you have the opportunity to discover Amsterdam together with a local in a unique way during a city tour. Below we have listed four fun city tours in Amsterdam for you:
Explore the City Tours you want to do in Amsterdam
City walk second world war and Anne Frank house
The Second World War is an unmistakable war. This war has left a lot of damage in Europe, but also outside Europe. The same is true in the streets of Amsterdam. The Anne Frank House is still visited by many people every day, just like the Hollandsche schouwburg. A terrible, but instructive experience.
During this city tour you will learn a lot about the Second World War. The guide will lead you past various monuments and places of interest. You’ll learn about Anne Frank’s youth, the history of the Jewish people, the time they went into hiding, how the Germans left, life after the war, Anne’s family, Anne’s diary, secret hiding places and you name it.
Small groups participate in this two-hour city tour. So you will never be in a group with more than 20 people. The tour can be given in English. This tour does not include a ticket for the Anne Frank House. If you want to visit the Anne Frank House, make sure to buy your ticket online in advance as it may sell out soon. Once you have booked the city tour, you can download your ticket to your phone or print it out.
City tours of the Red Light District in Amsterdam
The Red Light District is located in the oldest neighbourhood of Amsterdam. The Red Light District is often referred to in English as the ‘Red Light District’. This district is located in the oldest part of Amsterdam. The Old Church is the oldest existing building. In the Red Light District you will find many window prostitution, sex theatres, coffee shops and sex museums. This is a very important landmark in Amsterdam. For many tourists it is hard to understand that this is still allowed in Amsterdam.
The walking tour over the ramparts is very popular. You will discover the oldest part of Amsterdam and the exciting streets. The tour includes the Condomerie, the Old Church, the Prostitution Information Centre, the Nieuwmarkt and much more. The tour ends with a free shot in the famous Belushi’s Bar.
The city walk is a two hour tour with a professional guide. The guide speaks English and Spanish. This tour can also be done for wheelchair users. If you are going to book the tour you will immediately get your ticket which you can download on your phone or you can print it out.
Guided bike tour
The inhabitants of Amsterdam widely use bicycles as their primary means of transport. Everyone rides bikes here. The city bustles with activity, and the streets cater to one-way traffic, making cars inconvenient. With a bicycle, you have the flexibility to reach almost any destination quickly, allowing you to see more in a short time. Additionally, cycling in Amsterdam offers a unique experience, as it can be quite thrilling to navigate the busy city on your own.
The bike ride through Amsterdam takes three hours. In three hours you can really see a lot on your bike. You’ll get to know the area well and you’ll see many highlights of Amsterdam. You ride along the beautiful canals and the most famous sights. The guide will guide you safely through the city and will tell you a lot about the beautiful surroundings.
The bike tour can be followed at different times of the day. The guide speaks English, French and German. So everyone can follow it well. During this tour you will learn a lot about the culture in Amsterdam, the history and of course the surroundings. You will cycle along the 400 year old canals, A’DAM Tower and the Jordaan.
Ofcourse we hope you like one of these city tours in Amsterdam! Have fun in our capital!