Greet your guide in Amsterdam’s sophisticated Jordaan district and receive an interesting introduction to the culinary traditions of Jordaan, a former working class neighborhood that has undergone a radical transformation into a fashionable gastronomic hub.
Amble along picturesque waterways, passing specialty cafes and esteemed restaurants, on your way to some of the locals’ favorite foodie hotspots. Rub shoulders with Dutch patrons as you visit eight authentic shops and eateries that keep ancient Dutch food traditions alive.
Pleasure your palate with 12 samples of Dutch specialties like smoked sausage, Gouda cheese, herring, licorice, bitterballen (fried meat balls) and Indonesian inspired snacks.
Throughout your tour, listen to entertaining anecdotes and fascinating facts surrounding the unique cuisine of the region. Enrich your knowledge of Dutch history at prominent landmarks like Anne Frank’s House, and then bid your guide farewell at the original departure point of the tour.