Amsterdam: City Canal Cruise
- Duration: 75 minutes
- Optional audio guide
From US$ 20.96
From US$ 46.57
Climb aboard a canal boat to experience Amsterdam at its most beautiful - when the sun goes down and the city lights are switched on. Thousands of lights highlight the hundreds of bridges and the iconic buildings alongside the canals. You will cruise along some of the most scenic waterways of Amsterdam’s Canal Belt, passing the illuminated buildings, bridges, and boats that give the city an almost fairytale appearance. Enjoy an open-air space in both winter and in summer. A host will welcome you aboard and tell you many stories, legends, and historical facts about Amsterdam as you sail. Sit back to learn about the local hotspots, including notable restaurants and nightclubs.
Great value for money. The boat was clean and the captain was friendly and funny. There are better options for more private or open-boat cruises, of course, but for this amount of money this is probably the best you can get.
A visit to Amsterdam and the Netherlands would not be complete without having seen the picturesque Dutch countryside. First stop is the quaint village of Zaanse Schans, where you will walk around and be able to admire the well-preserved historic windmills and houses. Next, head to the fishing village of Volendam. Visit a cheese shop that still makes cheese using the traditional Dutch method. Enjoy lunch at a traditional fish restaurant, before visiting the Volendam Museum and the Old Dutch Bakery. In Volendam, try to spot the recognizable Dutch traditional costumes often featured on tourist postcards and posters. Afterwards travel back in time to the quaint island community of Marken.
Fantastic day out with a great tour guide and driver, who kept us entertained. Plenty time giving to see everything and the demonstrations were excellent. Highly recommend this tour
This hour-long cruise takes you through the unique UNESCO World Heritage-listed canal district of Amsterdam, giving you the opportunity to take in many of the historic sights of the city center. Feast your eyes on the elegant merchant houses that date back to the Dutch Golden Age, the stunning gables, beautiful churches, the iconic Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge), and many other top attractions. During the cruise you’ll be able to listen to the recorded audio commentary in your choice of 19 languages. This boat tour features frequent departures that are available throughout the day, 7 days a week. When booking you may choose from a variety of departure points. Options include: Central Station, Anne Frank House, Museum Square, or Leidse Square
The staff were really nice and helpful. The guide was interesting. The experience was with no doubt amazing, with such a marvelous view.
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.
Combine a trip to the world-famous Van Gogh Museum with a spectacular 1-hour cruise through the historic canal district. The Van Gogh Museum has the largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh in the world. It is one of the most important museums in the Netherlands and has been visited by millions of people. There is no better way to complete a fun day trip to the Van Gogh Museum than with an exciting boat cruise. One half of the package includes a visit the Van Gogh Museum which has the world’s largest collection of paintings, drawings, sketches, and letters by the famous Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh. With almost two million visitors a year, it is the second most-visited museum in the Netherlands and definitely a must see. The Van Gogh Museum has over 200 paintings, 400 drawings, and 700 letters by the artist. Some of the most famous pieces in the collection include The Potato Ea...
I have enjoyed Van Gogh museum, it was easily visited not too much people in the queue and well indicated paintings tour. Beautiful boat tour in Amsterdam canals.
Learn the story of one of the world's most famous breweries with an entrance ticket to the Heineken Experience and enjoy an interactive, self-guided tour of the original factory, where all of the brand’s beer was made until 1988. Get a behind-the-scenes look at facilities including the gigantic copper tanks where the lager was brewed. Take part in a tasting session and test your skills at drafting a perfect beer. Then, see the 17th-century architecture of the city center on a 1-hour canal cruise. Avail of a GPS guide in several languages to get interesting information about iconic landmarks such as the Westerkerk, "Skinny Bridge" and charming Negen Straatjes neighborhood.
Hell of an experience, simply enjoyed a lot. A must see activity when in Amsterdam.
Join a journey from Brussels to Amsterdam touring the rural landscapes of traditional Holland along the route, topped-off by a city-tour of the capital of the Netherlands. Holland is only a stone's throw away from Belgium, and nevertheless strikingly different. Crossing the Dutch border at Antwerp, enjoy the passing scenery: the countless polder (dike) vistas, the sand dunes, and the picturesque windmill-dotted countryside. The first stop on the journey takes you to a traditional farm, and Dutch craft center. Get acquainted with everything that makes the glory of Holland: loads of tasty cheese, handcrafted clogs, and beautiful pottery! In the afternoon continue to Amsterdam where you have the option to enjoy a boat-tour along the famous canals of the city. Next stop: the tour now takes you to Amsterdam’s most famous square called the “DAM”. The guide takes you on a brief guided walk...
The stop at the cheese farm was just a way for the tour guide and driver to get a kickback from the owner of the cheese farm. It wasn’t part of the described tour and shortened time in Amsterdam so that tour guide and driver could make some quick cash. Resent being used!
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It was very good I was so happy to discover something different That will be better if we could a little more time to appreciate the place where we are like 15/20 min each place to have the time to enjoy a little But I high recommend!
Was nice, good weather allowed us to enjoy more the trip. The guide Ian was funny and entertaining, the driver Francis was really expert and safe. Group was big but compact. Everything we saw was interesting and enjoyable.
We were able to postpone the appointment at very short notice by phone without additional costs, because something had come up. The boat tour was very nice. Amsterdam is really worth seeing!
The best guide ever Steve You will not find a person like him He told us everything , he helped us alooooooot So kind you will not find Anas from Germany
The overall tour was very good and our guide and driver were excellent as well as the factories and cities that we visited. I really enjoy it.