Museum Quarter, Amsterdam
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  • Amsterdam: Canal Day Cruise

    1. Amsterdam: Canal Day Cruise

    Admire Amsterdam’s historical center on a canal cruise dedicated exclusively to GetYourGuide customers. Experience the most relaxing way to sightsee in Amsterdam for 1 hour and 15 minutes, free of traffic noise and congestion, and providing unmissable photo opportunities.  Get incredible views of the city’s famous landmarks from the water vantage points as you hear informative tidbits as you listen along with your personal audio guide. As the trip begins, take in breathtaking views of the 17th-century buildings lining the central canals, as well as views of more modern buildings showcasing the influential 21st-century city that Amsterdam has become. Sail past the Golden Bend and over to Overhoeks, the city’s newest quarter. Continue onto the Museum Quarter and see the Skinny Bridge, which boasts a unique architectural style. Glide onward to the harbor, where you will spot the city’s ...

    The best way to explore Amsterdam. The commentary made it all the more interesting and the captain added to it with his knowledge and humour. I would highly recommend

  • Amsterdam: City Canal Cruise

    2. Amsterdam: City Canal Cruise

    Amsterdam is best seen from the water, and on this 1 hour 15 minute canal cruise you’ll experience the best of this historical city. You’ll come across new buildings, bridges, and much more in a city that’s rooted in history but continues to change. The Amsterdam City Canal Cruise offers you fantastic views of the 17th-century buildings lining the canals and also shows off the growing 21st-century city that Amsterdam has become. You’ll see Amsterdam the way it really is – from the Golden Bend to Overhoeks, the city’s newest quarter, and from the Music Building in the harbor to the VOC ship, the Amsterdam.

    The cruise is pretty enjoyable and peaceful, you get some historic insights on some monuments/places of the city, which is quite nice, but could be ameliorated. Overall it’s really cheap for the experience.

  • Amsterdam: Private City Highlights Bike Tour

    3. Amsterdam: Private City Highlights Bike Tour

    See Amsterdam like a local on a private bike tour. Bike along the banks of the pretty canals in the Canal Belt, and pedal over drawbridges to discover hidden courtyards and secret churches. Continue to Vondelpark, the city's largest and most beautiful park. After a long ride through the leafy park, head to Museumplein to discover Amsterdam's most important museums. See the city’s most important highlights, such as Dam Square, Anne Frank’s House, the Rijksmuseum, and the Van Gogh museum. As a private tour, the itinerary can always be customized to your interests, ensuring you see the things you want to see and enjoy a tour that suits you.

  • Amsterdam: 3-Hour Private Bike Tour of the City Center

    4. Amsterdam: 3-Hour Private Bike Tour of the City Center

    Feel like a local in Amsterdam and discover the city by bike. A private guide will take you to the city’s most important highlights, such as Dam Square, the Westerkerk, Anne Frank’s House, the Rijksmuseum, the van Gogh museum, and the Vondelpark. Meet your guide at the bike shop and they will equip you with a citybike comfortable for you. Then, cycle along the banks of the canals towards the Dutch Protestant Westerkerk and the legendary Anne Frank House on Prinsengracht Canal. Head into the popular Jordaan area, home to many art galleries, markets, and stylish shops. Continue towards the Museum District, a neighborhood of the Oud Zuid where, along with museums such as the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum, you will get the chance to cycle in the Vondelpark. Finally, venture into some of the busier parts of the city, including the main streets of the Canal Belt and De Wallen Red Light Di...

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What people are saying about Museum Quarter, Amsterdam

We enjoyed this activity a lot. Clean, well maintained boat and variety of languages in your audio-guide to choose from - including central and estern European languages. Headphones provided free of charge.

The best way to explore Amsterdam. The commentary made it all the more interesting and the captain added to it with his knowledge and humour. I would highly recommend

There were 8 of us. We had an enjoyable day despite the threat of rain. The covered boat was a plus as well as being able to bring our own snacks and adult beverage.

It was really good and the welcome was great. The boat was super comfortable and from there we could see all the scenery

Very interesting tour. With the corona measures, there were few people on the boat. Super