- Amsterdam canal hop-on hop-off tour including admission to the Hermitage Museum
- Hop off at any of the 7 to 9 stops around the city and enjoy onboard commentary available in 6 languages
- Enjoy admission to the famous Hermitage Museum and see masterpieces from world-famous painters such as Monet, Renoir and Delacroix
- Cruise the UNESCO World Heritage-listed canals and visit top Amsterdam attractions including the Anne Frank House, the Rembrandt House and the Rijksmuseum
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
Art lovers must check out the Hermitage Museum, the Dutch sister-museum of the legendary Hermitage in St Petersburg. The hop-on hop-off canal boat pass makes it easy to get there and to other sights of your choice.
What You Can Expect
While on board, listen to informative commentary on the city and sights you see along the way, including the Rijksmuseum, the Anne Frank House, the Jewish Historical Museum, the Holland Casino, the Albert Cuyp Market and more.
Your special combo pass also gives you admission to the Hermitage Museum, the Dutch branch of the world-class Hermitage in St Petersburg, Russia. Delight in viewing masterpieces by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet, Alfred Sisley, Camille Pissarro and Paul Gauguin.
Please click on "view additional info" for the canal bus map and departure times.
As it was raining we stayed on the boat for a full trip. Halfway through we had a changeover of drivers. Our young woman driver negotiated brilliantly through narrow spaces and as well as the recorded commentary she gave some interesting asides.
Our only criticism: there should be clearer markings on each landing jetty as to which boats you can pick up and also an indication of where to find the jetty.We were never told that we had to change the paper voucher for tickets at the Rijksmuseum station. Anon
We were very disappointed in your tour. We finally found the boat and got on it at the central station. We got off at the market stop and then waited 2 hours and no boat to continue showed up. Our call to your office told us that the boats no longer stopped there but for some reason they let us off at the large windmill dock. We then walked to the Hermitage museum and had to pay extra to see the Van Gogh paintings.
Will not recommend your tour again.