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Seventeenth-century buildings. Joint-smoking alien sculptures. Few cities meld history with modern urban flair like Amsterdam.




Amsterdam Canals Pizza Cruise

Sail along Amsterdam's stunning canals at twilight and enjoy a delicious pizza as you cruise. This evening tour is the perfect introduction to Amsterdam, and great fun for all the family!

After boarding your cruise, you'll order the pizza of your choice. While enjoying an appetizer, your pizza will be delivered straight from the oven to the boat. Enjoy unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks during your cruise.

All great pizza deserves an equally tasty dessert, so dig in to your Ben and Jerry's ice cream while you cruise along Amsterdam’s lovely illuminated canals, passing the city’s famous gabled houses.


Amsterdam Red Light District Walking Tour

Take a walk on the wild side with a guided walking tour through Dark Amsterdam, the infamous Red Light District. Accompanied by a friendly and knowledgeable local, you'll tour the area in safety for an enlightening and illuminating experience!

The tour takes you to the area that's synonymous with Amsterdam, the Wallen (Red Light District), passing monuments and entering narrow old streets such as the well-known Zeedijk street. In the past it was one of the most dangerous streets in Amsterdam, where sailors could be found searching for local amusement. Nowadays, instead of the shady bars of yester year you'll find lively and welcoming Dutch pubs and restaurants.The walk includes the entrance to the Museum of Prostitution where you can take a look behind the scenes and listen to the secrets of the women themselves.Your safety is guaranteed during this excursion into Amsterdam's darker side, as a reliable and trustworthy guide will be accompanying you.


Amsterdam Bike Tour

Explore Amsterdam the ‘Dutch way’– by bike! Following an expert local guide, enjoy a leisurely 2- or 3-hour bike ride around Amsterdam’s typically flat and open city streets – perfect for cycling! Passing alongside the city’s charming canals, see the world-famous Rijksmuseum, the Anne Frank House and last, but certainly not least, Amsterdam’s infamous.


Glass Cabin Dining Experience from Amsterdam by Train

Enjoy a 3-hour dining experience with this delicious and inspiring dinner train journey from Amsterdam. Ride along Haarlem at the Spaarne river, Leiden, The Hague, Rotterdam and the beautiful “Groene Hart” (green heart) region in a 360 degree glass cabin train from Amsterdam Central Station and enjoy a unique culinary experience. Hear about the sights you encounter from your multi-lingual host while you enjoy a unique culinary experience and savor a 4-course dinner by renowned chefs of Michelin awarded restaurants prepared on board!


Amsterdam City Tour With Ninebot Scooter

Experience a 2-hour unique sightseeing tour through Amsterdam. The Amsterdam City Tour on a Ninebot scooter is a very special and joyful way to discover the must sees of Amsterdam such as the Museumsquare, Leidsesquare, Anne Frankhouse, Dam-square and the Red Light district!


Amsterdam Inner City Segway Tour

Enjoy this 2-hour Segway tour around the inner city of Amsterdam. You will see the famous attractions like the Jordaan, the Museum square, the Dam square, The Waag, The Rijksmuseum, the Amstel River with the Skinny Bridge, the Rembrandt House, the city-gate near the old Harbour, Chinatown and of course the famous Red Light district of Amsterdam.


Reypenaer Cheese Tasting

Here's your chance to become a kaas (cheese) connoisseur. The 100-plus-year-old Dutch cheese maker Reypenaer offers tastings in a rustic classroom under its shop. The hour-long session includes six cheeses – two goat's milk, four cow's milk – from young to old, with wine and port pairings. Staff will guide you through them, helping you appreciate the cheeses' look, smell and taste.


Amsterdam Light Festival Cruise Including Hot Chocolate and Dutch Pastry

Enjoy the famous canal cruise ride of Amsterdam during the Light Festival. While seeing the amazing view of Amsterdam with glamorous lights, enjoy the hot chocolate and Dutch Pastry to make it more special.

Amsterdam is a city of wonder, it always has an exciting festivals and activities to follow. By booking this 90 minute tour, be part of this year's light festival and enjoy the Dutch Pastry and hot chocolate while having a sightseeing with the Rederij Paping boat.

The tour will depart from the famous Anne Frank House to begin relaxed and quite ride. During the Amsterdam Light Cruise we will sail along the route of all the light sculptures.


Friday Night Skate

Every Friday night (except in rain and snow), Vondelpark is the start of a 20km, two-hour-long mass skate through Amsterdam. It's open to anyone with reasonable skating proficiency (ie knowing how to brake!). Arrive at the meeting point, adjacent to the Vondelparkpaviljoen by 8pm (8.15pm in winter). 



Set in an attractive recreational area with a yacht harbour in the western suburbs, next to the terminus of tram 14, this place has indoor and outdoor pools. The latter can get overcrowded, but this bath is known for a less frequented nudist island, past the pools and across a causeway. The indoor pool opens in summer on cold, rainy days.


Drugs Tour

The illuminating, 1½-hour itinerary looks at Amsterdam's drug culture, both its myths and reality. It includes smart shops, a 'user room' (the tour doesn't go inside) and a look at fake drugs being sold on the street. Tours depart by the Oude Kerk.


Bike & Boat

Two wheeling is a way of life here. It's how Amsterdammers commute to work, go to the shop and meet a date for dinner. With all the bike rental shops around, it's easy to gear up and take a spin. If locals aren't on a bike, they may well be in a boat. With its canals and massive harbour, this city reclaimed from the sea offers countless opportunities to drift. Hop in a canal boat (preferably an open-air one) or one of the free ferries behind Centraal Station for a wind-in-your-hair ride.


Admire Art

You can't walk a kilometre without bumping into a masterpiece in the city. The Van Gogh Museum hangs the world's largest collection by tortured native son Vincent. A few blocks away, Vermeers, Rembrandts and other Golden Age treasures fill the glorious Rijksmuseum. The Museum het Rembrandthuis offers more of Rembrandt via his etching-packed studio, while the Stedelijk Museum counts Matisses and Mondrians among its modern stock. And when the urge strikes for something blockbuster, the Hermitage Amsterdam delivers: the outpost of Russia's State Hermitage Museum picks from its three-million-piece home trove to mount mega exhibits.


Feel Gezellig

Amsterdam is famously gezellig, a Dutch quality that translates roughly as convivial or cosy. It's more easily experienced than defined. There's a sense of time stopping, an intimacy of the here and now that leaves all your troubles behind, at least until tomorrow. You can get that warm, fuzzy feeling in many situations, but the easiest place is a traditional brown café. Named for their wood panelling and walls stained by smoke over the centuries, brown cafés practically have gezelligheid (cosiness) on tap, alongside good beer. You can also feel gezellig at any restaurant after dinner, when you're welcome to linger and chat after your meal while the candles burn low.


Wander into the Past

Amsterdam is ripe for rambling, its compact core laced by atmospheric lanes and quarters. You never know what you'll find: a hidden garden, a shop selling velvet ribbon, a jenever (Dutch gin) distillery, an old monastery-turned-classical-music-venue. Wherever you end up, it's probably by a canal. And a café. And a gabled building that looks like a Golden Age painting.


Amsterdam's best nightlife

The testosterone-fuelled stag parties of young chaps roaming the Red Light District know exactly what they’re doing here: Amsterdam is one of the wildest nightlife cities in Europe, if not the world. And there’s plenty of fun to be had away from the Red Light District, too – the city's two premier places to party are Rembrandtplein and Leidseplein, both in the Southern Canal Ring neighbourhood. Generous subsidies help support a flourishing arts scene in Amsterdam, with loads of big concert halls, theatres, cinemas and other performance venues filled on a regular basis. Music fans will be in their element, as there’s a fervent subculture for just about every genre, especially jazz, classical and dance music. The Netherlands was the first country to legalise same-sex marriage (in 2001), and Amsterdam’s gay scene is among the world’s largest.


Air| Amstelstraat 16

One of Amsterdam’s ‘it’ clubs, Air has an environmentally friendly design by Dutch designer Marcel Wanders including a unique tiered dance floor. Bonuses include lockers and refillable cards that preclude fussing with change at the five bars. The awesome sound system attracts cutting-edge DJs spinning everything from disco to house and techno to hip-hop. Hours vary; dress to impress.


Bitterzoet | Puistraat 2

Always full, always changing, this is one of the friendliest venues in town. One night it might be full of skater dudes; the next, relaxed 30-somethings. Music (sometimes live, sometimes a DJ) can be funk, roots, drum'n'bass, Latin, Afro-beat, old-school jazz or hip-hop groove.


Winston Kingdom | Warmoesstraat 127 Hotel Winston

This is a club that even nonclubbers will love for its indie-alternative music beats, smiling DJs and solid, stiff drinks. No matter what's on – from 'dubstep mayhem' to Thailand-style full-moon parties – the scene can get pretty wild in this good-time little space.


Jimmy Woo | Korte Leidsedwarsstraat 18

Still a platform for the young and beautiful, venerable Jimmy Woo has fab light-and-sound shows and various club nights that cater for divergent tastes. And really long queues: be patient, or call ahead to get on the list.


Melkweg | Lijnbaansgracht 234a

In a former dairy, the nonprofit 'Milky Way' is a dazzling galaxy of diverse music. One night it's electronica, the next reggae or punk, and next heavy metal. Roots, rock and mellow singer-songwriters all get stage time too. Check out the website for cutting-edge cinema, theatre and multimedia offerings.


Top things to do in Amsterdam


Van Gogh Museum | Paulus Potterstraat 7

Framed by a gleaming new glass entrance hall, the world's largest Van Gogh collection offers a superb line-up of masterworks. Trace the artist's life from his tentative start through his giddy-coloured sunflower phase, and on to the black cloud that descended over him and his work. There are also paintings by contemporaries Gauguin, Toulouse-Lautrec, Monet and Bernard. Queues can be huge; pre-booked e-tickets and discount cards expedite the process with fast-track entry.



The lush urban idyll of the Vondelpark is one of Amsterdam's most magical places – sprawling, English-style gardens, with ponds, lawns, footbridges and winding footpaths. On a sunny day, an open-air party atmosphere ensues when tourists, lovers, cyclists, in-line skaters, pram-pushing parents, cartwheeling children, football-kicking teenagers, spliff-sharing friends and champagne-swilling picnickers all come out to play.


Amsterdam Bike Tour

Explore Amsterdam the ‘Dutch way’– by bike! Following an expert local guide, enjoy a leisurely 2- or 3-hour bike ride around Amsterdam’s typically flat and open city streets – perfect for cycling! Passing alongside the city’s charming canals, see the world-famous Rijksmuseum, the Anne Frank House and last, but certainly not least, Amsterdam’s infamous.


Heineken Experience | Stadhouderskade 78

On the site of the company’s old brewery, the crowning glory of this self-guided 'Experience' (samples aside) is a multimedia exhibit where you ‘become’ a beer by getting shaken up, sprayed with water and subjected to heat. True beer connoisseurs will shudder, but it's a lot of fun. 


Amsterdamse Bos | Bosbaanweg 5

Amsterdamse Bos is a vast tract of lakes, woods and meadows criss-crossed by paths. It's filled with activities and is especially great for children. You can rent bicycles, visit the goat farm, kayak the waterways, see a play at the open-air theatre, ascend to the treetops in the climbing park or hang out at the cafes and pancake restaurants.


Hoppe | Spui 18-20

Gritty Hoppe has been filling glasses for more than 340 years. Journalists, barflies, socialites and raconteurs toss back brews amid the ancient wood panelling. Most months the energetic crowd spews out from the dark interior and onto the Spui. Note Hoppe has two parts: the brown café and a modern pub with a terrace, located next door (to the left).