A far cry from its origins as a butter and dairy market, Rembrandtplein is now one of Amsterdam’s busiest and liveliest squares, sandwiched between the Mint Tower and the Amstel River. Named after the city’s most famous baroque painter and ... 

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Louis C V Australia

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
August 2016

This private tour consisted of walking and traveling by tram to various old and new parts of Amsterdam. We met Daphne Duyne, who was our tour guide of the private Rembrandt walking tour, again. What another great time we spent with Daphne, it was so relax and informative. She explained how the city was developed and led us to many beautiful areas eg. the seven bridge canal, nine street area, Jordaan district, Red Light district, Chinatown, houseboats area in the modern part of Amsterdam. We also had a great privilege to visit a secret and beautiful private garden hidden away from old building facades. At the end of the tour, we all felt that we had been leading around by a friend rather than by a tour guide.

Doing what: Private Tour: Amsterdam City Walking Tour

William S

5 star rating: Highly Recommended
September 2013

The Viator people in Amsterdam were very friendly and helpful. Once we understood where to take our
voucher to exchange it for the boat passes, we enjoyed unlimited travel on the canals. We visited the Ann Frank house and the Rembrandt house among others. The skip the line to the Van Gogh was great. It saved waiting in line. We even took the canal boat to go to dinner in the evening. The boat stopped near one of our favorite restaurants. All in all, a good deal.

Doing what: Skip the Line: Van Gogh Museum and Amsterdam Canal Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Day Pass

Susan H

4 star rating: Recommended
November 2012

Ths was a great way to be introduced to Amsterdam and the canals. The first stop was the Anne Frank House and because it was at opening time we did not have a long wait.This was un unbelievable experience. We then went shopping at The Dam. We got back on the canal bus and got off at Rijksmuseum as my husband and I both like Rembrandt. We had lunch in the vicinity and then got back on the canal bus continuing to The Hermitage where the Van Gogh exhibit was. We love Van Gogh so enjoyed the tour(which was included in our pass. A successful day and a great way to see sights at your own pace.

Doing what: Skip the Line: Van Gogh Museum and Amsterdam Canal Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Day Pass

Dorothy W

4 star rating: Recommended
June 2012

Vey interesting and worthwhile tour. The hop-on hop-off pass was vey good too. Wondeful to pass the long queue at the museum. Used the boats for the day to visit Anne Frank House, Rembrandts House and see other aspects of Amsterdam. Was easily accessible from our apartment.

Doing what: Skip the Line: Van Gogh Museum and Amsterdam Canal Bus Hop-On Hop-Off Day Pass

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