Amsterdam One Day Tour
- Price from:
- 335 EUR /person
- +31 06 21965898
- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- 8 hours
- Location Start:
- Amsterdam location
- Location Finish:
- Amsterdam location
- Start time:
- 09.00 am
- End time:
- 05.00 pm
- We Speak:
- Dutch, German, French, English
Last updated: 09/23/2009
Explore medieval and sparkling Amsterdam with own driver and guide.
Visit Van Gogh, Rijks, Anne Frank, Canal Cruise, Diamond Factory and many more. Walk thru Red Light District and at Dam Square.
AMSTERDAM, THE CAPITAL
Amsterdam is often referred to as one of the most colourful cities in the world. Where do you find so many places of interest, famous museums, cozy pubs and (flower) markets? A ride, walk and visit along all the major sights of the city:
GASSAN, DIAMOND FACTORY
Every day in the historic and beautiful heart of Amsterdam, rough diamonds are transformed into dazzling jewels. You can experience the sensation of diamond cutting first-hand and view every stage of the process.
Step into the exciting world of more than four centuries of craftsmanship and tradition.
Seven centuries ago, a dam was built on the Amstel river, which grew through the ages into the Netherlands' capital of multiculturalism. Dam Square, which now marks the site, is one of the most colorful stages in Amsterdam street life. Crowds of tourists head for the Dam to admire the monument and rest among the pigeons, who seem to flock there to join in on an ever-present carnival. One of our favourite tours and close to the Red Light District.
CANAL BOAT CRUISE
The canal boats are a popular way to explore Amsterdam from the water. Boat tours might be also a quick sight-seeing solution for those who hurry to see the most of the city in an hour. There are several companies offering the boats which mostly fit about 40 persons and provide a guided tour in many foreign languages. The canal boats run from many spots in the town like Rokin, Anna Frank house, Leidseplein, Heineken Brewery, and many boats run as often as every 30 minutes.
Take this tour!
VAN GOGH MUSEUM
This museum gives the world-famous Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh (1854 -1890) well-merited attention. Never before on our tours have people seen so many Van Gogh works exhibited together, because this is where you will find the world's largest collection of his paintings. You can feast your eyes on some of his greatest masterpieces. Among the 200 canvases you will find the Potato Eaters, the Vase of Sunflowers and the Cornfield with Crows.
ANNE FRANK HOUSE
The former hiding place, where Anne Frank wrote her diary, is now a well-known museum. The museum tells the history of the eight people in hiding and those who helped them during the war. Anne Frank's diary is among the original objects on display.
- Inclusions -
- Car with driver/guide; 200 free km's; parking fees.
- Exclusions -
- Admissions to sights; lunch and beverages; extra km's 0.25 p/km.
- Extras -
- This is a private tour. You will not share your tour with other parties. Pick up and drop off from any Amsterdam location. You can add or skip sites to your itinerary.
Tour fee E 299 starts with 1 or 2 persons. Booking always require a creditcard for holding your reservation. Payment is done only cash in Eur currency after the tour.
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