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The walking tour was extensive and fantastic - the guide was entertaining and informative about the history and attractions giving us a huge insight into Amsterdam. Loved it!
Edgar our guide was excellent despite the cold wet weather. The tour covered everything considered to be necessary, plus some
We didn't really need the canal boat tour afterwards
This tour was great. Our guide Steve was very knowledgeable . He made the tour very interesting and fun. He tried to get my daughter to eat the herring without much success. He answered questions and gave us great insight into the history of Amsterdam.
The tour guide was very knowledgeable and personable. We were a group of 6 and all felt that the tour would have been more complete if instead of snacks we had the ability to sample more food. We expected more of a walking food tour. We did not do the canal cruise that day but did it separately the following day and also found that worthwhile.
I have done throughout the Europe the Free Sandemans New Europe walking tours and those were much more fun! We had a guy that was his first time as a guide. Not very good English, athough we can tell he knew a lot about history. This tour is VERY much concentrated in history. It is not about fun facts and showing off the city. We didnt even go to the I amsterdam Sign, which is the postal card of the city. I expected more for the high price they charge. As an advise: always go for free walking tours!
This was disappointing, as it was listed for a Thursday on Viator, but apparently in error. They offered to put us on another day, which didn't suit us. And a credit wasn't possible, we were told. So we took the equivalent value in other attractions. I think a credit should have been made, or at least something extra for the inconvenience of missing out.