The Viator people in Amsterdam were very friendly and helpful. Once we understood where to take our
voucher to exchange it for the boat passes, we enjoyed unlimited travel on the canals. We visited the Ann Frank house and the Rembrandt house among others. The skip the line to the Van Gogh was great. It saved waiting in line. We even took the canal boat to go to dinner in the evening. The boat stopped near one of our favorite restaurants. All in all, a good deal.
The Brussels Super Saver had its good points and bad points. We enjoyed seeing Antwerp and Ghent, but we did not get to visit a diamond shop in Antwerp as advertised and little was discussed about the diamond industry there.The half day tour of Brussels was just alright. Bruges was beautiful and we enjoyed everything in the city, although the area that we were in was quite a tourist trap. Unfortunately, although the guides were fluent in four languagess and gave fair to good information on our tour, they seemed quite disinterested in and removed from the customers on the tour. In Bruges our guide recommended a restaurant for lunch that he brought everyone to. Although he said the food was very good and reasonably priced, we paid 20 euro for a water, a beer and one bowl of watered down tomato soup. We wandered down the street to find a great selection of inexpensive restaurants and sandwich shops on our own. If you book this tour, don't feel shy about finding your own place to dine as long as your back at the appointed hour. Also, expect to walk a ways from the Viator office to your buses and back again. It's a good half mile.
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