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On the first day of our weeklong stay in Amsterdam we chose the canal bus (boat) tour instead of the streetbus. It was the right choice. The boat is covered so you do not feel the cold and wind as much, but the seats are a bit low so you end up missing a lot of the sights that are sort of at eyelevel. It does, however, give you an excellent orienteering experience. especially if you do all the lines, and the recorded info guide gives quite interesting facts about the places you pass by. Not really convenient for transport from the hotel we were staying in, but could be for those staying close to one of the regular stops.
It was great! Was able to take pictures. The audio was very clear and informative.
So pretty and relaxing. Good info on the tour of where you are and what your seeing.
This was a great way to find all about what to see in Amsterdam. We didn't realize there were 3 different routes, so we were able to locate all kinds of locales we wanted to return to. It was a very relaxing way to commute. One of the best things was since the weather the 2 days was blustery with frequent showers, it was a great place to retreat to when the weather was not so great. It allowed you to feel like you were still exploring and not wasting your time, while at the same time staying dry.
One of the best hop on hop off tours we've done! The city commentary is pretty good, but the best part is that it's such a unique way to see the city.
Very courteous staff. The route is very comprehensive, and you have three route choices. I totally recommend this service.
I truly enjoyed this canal boat. At first I thought it was a hop-on hop-off bus, but it was a boat. It is truly the best way to see Amsterdam. I would highly recommend this tour. The boat is informative and gives you information about the museums and other attractions.
Such an easy way to get around the city. We booked a 2 day pass and used it to go everywhere. Note: If you like Chinese food, make sure to take the red line to the Sea Palace a huge pagoda-like restaurant in the middle of the river. The food was excellent and it was really fun to be dropped off and picked up right at the door.
It was nice going on a canal cruise, if you're taking photos, the windows are usually not clean so try to ask them to open the canopy for clear shots.
We found using the Canal Bus very accommodating and we were able to be dropped off near by many attractions.
Good value for money, excellent way to see the sites and drivers very pleasant.
This was our favorite except we couldn't do it all. It stopped at 7:00 and we had one more canal to go.
Best way to get around Amsterdam. We want to go back and soon. Too much to see. Great trip.
Great way to get around the city. Luckily it was a lovely sunny day we took the canal bus.
48 hour pass is the way to go. Cheapest way to get to all the sites and sample all the coffee shops delights around the city of Amsterdam!
This was great way to relax after a long plane trip from Australia (27 hours). We saw plenty and guides were informative and helpful - unfortunately one of the boats broke down and we had to find our own way back to our hotel but it was all good fun.
Wonderful tour, you can't beat it. The boats were easy to find and were on schedule. We learned more than I expected to learn from the tour. Our weather was a little chilly and the boat was comfortable. The waterways are something to see. We hope to do this trip again.
It is the perfect temperature in the winter and on time at all major stops in the city.
We loved our canal pass! We went all over the city sight seeing except for the one canal route that was frozen. Then we used it to go to our specific destinations. It was convenient to all the places we wanted to go. Everyone going to Amsterdam should book this tour!