- Combination sightseeing tour and Anne Frank House entry in Amsterdam
- Take a 2.5-hour city sightseeing tour of top Amsterdam attractions
- See famous sights like the Royal Palace, Skinny Bridge and traditional gabled houses that line the canals
- Receive skip-the-line entry to the popular Anne Frank House
- Learn what life was like for Anne Frank and her family when they hid in secret rooms during WWII
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Your 2.5-hour sightseeing tour takes place on an air-conditioned luxury coach and introduces you to Amsterdam’s top sights. With one of the largest historical centers in Europe and three rings of canals, Amsterdam can be hard to navigate at first, but this tour is the perfect way to get an overview of the layout.
With your knowledgeable guide, see both the old and newer parts of this beautiful city, including the Royal Palace, National Monument, the Skinny Bridge and the Albert Cuyp Market, plus, of course, Amsterdam’s famous canals, lined by elaborately decorated merchants' residences and warehouses from the 17th century, the Dutch Golden Age. Ninety islands were created when the canals were built, connected by hundreds of charming bridges.
You’ll also visit a windmill on the River Amstel and a stop at a diamond factory, where you can see how gems are polished using traditional methods.
Anne Frank House
After your city sightseeing tour, you’ll be dropped off at the Anne Frank House – one of Amsterdam’s most popular attractions – where guide will make sure you receive your fast-track entrance with your skip-the-line ticket. Then you’re on your own to explore the museum at leisure. Learn about Anne Frank’s life during WWII and the hardships her family faced when they lived in the hidden rooms of the building. See where she wrote her famous diary entries, and browse the exhibitions that feature artifacts, documents and photos of that time.
Please note: Do not head straight to the Anne Frank House as you will be denied admission. You'll receive your entrance ticket by your guide after your city tour finishes.
Reviewed by Sandra G. W, May 2013
Tops for a tour ... guide was great with lots of commentary ... skipping the line at the Anne Frank House was superb - the ad needs to advise that the tour ends at the House and your return is "on your own" ...
Reviewed by LYNN M, May 2013
Really good tour Excellent tour guide Anne Frank house was everything i hoped it would be Recommend skip a ticket tour to anywone Thank you