Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Amsterdam Canal Bus Hop-On Hop-Off. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
A great relaxing way to start our holiday. Diamond exhibition was great and the guides were great.
Once again we had a rainy day which was good we were able to be dry in the canal boat. In good weather we would have got on and off more.
The place to exchange our vouchers for tickets was very easy to find: right outside the train station. The boats were great and it was lots of fun to travel around the canals., I would recommend it for anyone. Also, announcements were in English in addition to Dutch and German - a great plus.
Great way to get around especially in crappy weather. It actually down poured half way through the tour but we were safe and sound. Tips: You need to exchange the Viator voucher for a ticket before getting on the boat. I exchanged my voucher at the Rijksmuseum stop. Also, a lot of the stops have wi-fi!!
Great way to get around the city especially during crappy weather. Exchange the Viator voucher for a ticket before you go on the boat. I exchanged mine at the Rijks museum stop.
PS: Free wifi on a lot of stops and parts of the canal!
The company was flexible about the start time of the package which was helpful. I wish the hours of operations were longer. I suggest expanding the hours of operations until 8:00 PM to accommodate dinner schedules.
Excellent. Always on time and good that you could do all canals.
This is was nice. Great idea to learn and see more at an easier pace then walking. Especially for our grandma with us.
Very relaxing but yet we were able to go to sites of interest with minimal hassle.
Great way to enjoy the city and relax. Quite fun too if you share a table with other people and share bits n tips.
Amazing way to see this beautiful city. The boats were on time, the staff was very friendly, and the stops were easy to locate
great way to see the city if you are going to any museum then pre book if you can the queues are very long