Posted on 2021-10-14
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Amsterdam Highlights: 2-hour Historical Highlights Walking Tour

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Overview

Take a fascinating Amsterdam highlights tour and travel back in time as your knowledgeable guide takes you through Amsterdam’s historic landmarks. Explore hidden gems, legends, and mysteries and get an in-depth understanding of the culture and dynamics that shaped the city's present character.

◾ Walk along Amsterdam central and see Damrak and the Royal palace
◾ Explore the Amsterdam Canal Ring - a historic and UNESCO listed heritage site
◾ Learn all about Amsterdam's Golden Age and see the Mint Tower and the Amstel River

About this experience

✔ SMALL GROUP
✔ HEALTH & SAFETY MEASURES OBSERVED
✔ LIVE TOUR GUIDE
✔ WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE TOUR

DURATION: 2 hours
STARTING TOUR TIME: 1.30 pm
MEETING POINT: Dam Square – in front of the Royal Palace. Look for the orange umbrellas from 360 Amsterdam Tours. Tour Finishes next to the Anne Frank House in the Jordaan area.
LANGUAGE: Dutch, English, German, Spanish, Italian & French (tell us your preference during your booking)
MOBILE TICKET: Smartphone tickets accepted
OPENING SEASONS: Year-round
WHO CAN COME: Amsterdam highlights tour is suitable for anyone

Free Cancellation

Free cancelation is available for this Amsterdam highlights tour up to 24 hours before your experience starts

What's included, what's not

✔ Local guide in English (other languages on request)
✔ Walking tour in the historical city center of Amsterdam
✔ Local City Tax (1,50 euro per person)
✖ Food and drinks

Description - What to expect

Meet your guide and start your Amsterdam highlights experience at Dam Square. Learn about the city and get an in-depth understanding of medieval and Golden Age Amsterdam that shaped the character of modern-day Amsterdam.

Explore its unique architecture and listen to the city's long history of commerce and trade. Amsterdam highlights you'll see include: The Royal Palace, The New Church, the most important canals, bridges, and locks, the smallest house in the city, the Begijnhof, a late-16th-century men's prison, the Mint Tower, and the Amstel River.

Prepare for the experience - Things to know before you go

Please check the weather report before you leave for your tour and dress appropriately

COVID-19 - Update information

◾ Safety measures
The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Customers are required to bring and wear masks