Amsterdam

Xtracold Icebar Amsterdam

Duration: At your own pace
Overview: Welcome to the coolest bar in Amsterdam, The Xtracold ICebar. Receive a warm welcome at this world made of ice as your host Willem Barentsz welcomes you as a Dutch explorer. Witness 60 tonnes of natural ice, sculpted into the form of a real bar. Get your free drinks in a glass that is completely made of ice. Experience how it feels to be stranded on the North Pole. The admission to Amsterdam Xtracold Icebar includes special clothing and 3 free drinks. (may change).

Amsterdam City Walking Tour

Duration: 3 hours
Overview: In the Netherlands you Walk On Water. During this 3 hour stroll around the historical centre, the experienced guide will tell you all about the 800 years of "Amsterdam" culture from its humble beginnings on the river Amstel to the glorious "Golden Age". See the Palace and Dam Square, The "wallen" Red Light district Munt Tower, Rembrandt's Home, Old City Gates, the South and Western churches, 17th and 18th century architecture, Rembrandtplein, the famous Spinhuis, Flower Market, Historic Museum, Kalverstraat and the Rokin Convents and hidden churches, Several Canals, Jordan Neighborhood, the House of Anne Frank and Descartes.

Canal Cruise

Duration: 1 hour
Overview: Glide along the beautiful canals of historic Amsterdam in a luxurious cruise boat. You will float alongside houses with clock, spout and neck gables, whilst passing the Zevenbogenbruggengracht. Then pass under the Skinny Bridge and over to the Amstel, the VOC ship and the docks. An unforgettable cruise!

City Sightseeing Amsterdam – 24 Hour Pass

Duration: At your own pace
Overview: The striking red Hop-On Hop-Off double deckers now also ride in Amsterdam. Discover the many highlights of the beautiful historical city centre of Amsterdam on a open top bus tour with stops near Anne Frank's House, the Van Gogh Museum, the Royal Palace and many more.

The 100 Highlights Tour

Duration: 1 hour
Overview: Enjoy the best cruise through 17th Century Amsterdam. Holland's capital has 160 canals and 1000 bridges. Cruise for an hour through a number of Amsterdam's canals and along the city's most beautiful spots. Whilst gliding through the old centre of the city, see elegant merchants' mansions, carillon-crowned churches and warehouses dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries; historic residential buildings, including the famous Anne Frank's House and renowned boat houses before returning to Holland International where the tour ends. The windows on the launches slide open to facilitate better photography.

Windmills and Edam

Duration: 4 hours
Overview: This excursion brings you to the Zaanse Schans, an open air museum along the Zaan-river, just north of Amsterdam, with some 40 traditional timber houses, work-shops and windmills. At the turn of the 18th century, this region was an industrial area with about 700 windmills in use, but only 5 remain. The houses are made of timber, are painted green and have steep roofs and white windows. Visit a windmill and a wooden shoe factory. Before returning to Amsterdam, visit the medieval town of Edam. Edam is well known for its cheese, its narrow canals, bridges and antique shops.

Volendam and Marken

Duration: 4 hours
Overview: Only a few km from Amsterdam, discover an entirely different world in the green flat Dutch countryside. Visit Volendam, the fisherman's village situated on the shores of the former Zuiderzee. Continue by boat to Marken, once an island, now connected to the mainland by a dike. Some people here still wear the colorful traditional costume (lace caps, wooden shoes and striped aprons, which are often presented as Holland's national costume) which has not changed since the 16th century. Visit a cheese farm, where cheese is still manufactured at home. On the return journey to Amsterdam, drive through typical Dutch scenery via Monnickendam, one of the dormant cities of the Zuiderzee.

Delft, The Hague and Madurodam

Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes
Overview: Visit a Delft Blue Pottery. Next, is The Hague, the city that seats the Houses of Parliament, where you will go on a city tour. End the tour with a highlight: a visit of Madurodam, a model of a Dutch town on a 1:25 scale: Holland in a nutshell!

Combined City Tour of Amsterdam, Delft, The Hague & Madurodam

Duration: 8 hours
Overview: Discover old and New Amsterdam. Drive past the high points of Amsterdam and discover its rich history and culture. Visit the diamond factory, where the diamonds are polished in a traditional way. Then visit three Dutch cities; Delft, The Hague and Madurodam. In Delft, visit the famous Delft Pottery, then head for The Hague, the famous Dutch government seat, with its ancient government buildings. Finally visit the smallest town, Madurodam, where you will have the opportunity to see Holland in miniature!

Alkmaar Cheese Market and the Windmill Area

Duration: 4 hours
Overview: Drive along vast green meadows, dotted with famous Frisian cattle to reach Alkmaar's picturesque cheese market. In this 750 year old town, you will see the time-honored Dutch tradition of taste-testing and weighing cheese. Watch four teams from the Cheese Carrier's Guild compete for the fastest, faultless time, while handling tons of tender produce. Alkmaar is a wonderful old town with small streets and nice shops. Drive through low lying landscape to the windmill village of Zaanse Schans to visit a wooden shoe factory and a windmill (entrance fee included).

Anne Frank, Diamond Factory and Canal Cruise

Duration: 4 hours
Overview: Start with a panoramic city tour. Stop to take a photo of a windmill and then visit the Diamond Exhibition, to see how rough stones become sparkling jewels. Board a boat to enjoy a leisurely cruise through Amsterdam's charming canals and the city's harbor. The tour ends in the 'Jordaan' quarter to visit the attic where a young Jewish girl, Anne Frank and her family hid from the Nazis during the Second World War.

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