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Shore Excursion: Private City Tour by Bus
During our private tour we will show you all that the historic center of Amsterdam has to offer!
Along the way we will inform you about the public transport system, Amsterdam social life, the popular shopping areas and show you the best places to visit. Some highlights of your tour will include Dam Square and the Royal Palace, the beautiful Amsterdam canal belt, the Red Light District, the Anne Frank House, the Old Church, the famous Bijenkorf department store and the historic stock exchange building, as well as one or more of our city market streets.
During this tour by luxury bus you'll see Amsterdam's most important highlights in the center and beyond. The Dam Square with the Royal Palace, New Church and National Monument, one of the world's very first Stock Exchanges, the Skinny Bridge across the river Amstel and opposite the Carre Theatre, Artis, the oldest zoo of the Netherlands, that houses 900 different species of animals.
You'll make a photo stop at an authentic windmill in the heart of Amsterdam. This is your chance to see such a colossus from close, by means of which the Dutch people managed to reclaim more than 55% of their territory that is below sea level.
*The tour can include a one hour canal cruise, which takes you through Amsterdam's enchanting canals
SPECIAL PRICE: Adult 13 EUR, Child (up to 12) 6 EUR
Passenger Terminal Amsterdam (PTA)
Piet Heinkade 271019 BR Amsterdam
The same as the departure point
Things to bring
Photo / video camera
Modern, air-conditioned vehicle
English Speaking Guide service
Pick up and Drop off at the PTA
Duration: 4 hours
Daily on request
Passenger Terminal Amsterdam (PTA), Piet Heinkade 271019 BR Amsterdam
4 hour tour:
1 till 14 persons: 589 EUR
15 till 34 persons: 639 EUR
35 till 49 persons: 679 EUR
50 till 56 persons: 699 EUR
*Optional 1 hour canal cruise:
Adult: 13 EUR
Child (up to 12): 6 EUR
- This tour must be booked at least 48 hours in advance of travel
- To book this tour please click on the calendar on the right