Delve into Amsterdam's unique heritage on a private, 3-hour walking tour led by an art historian guide. Learn about the city’s glory days as a 17th-century trading and guild capital, and admire finely preserved examples of Dutch architecture on a stroll through the old city center and along its famous canals. Visit a local spice shop, rest your feet during a quaint coffee break and hear about famous figures and scandals that shaped Amsterdam’s culture. Price is per group, based on a maximum of six people.
Private, 3-hour walking tour of Amsterdam
Explore old town with a knowledgeable art historian guide
Learn about the city's golden age as a European trading capital in the 17th century
Stroll along the city's famous canals and see the finest examples of traditional Dutch architecture
Make the most of your visit to Amsterdam with a private walking tour let but local art historian with deep insight into the cities vibrant past. Meet your garment morning at the Amsterdam Museum and set off on a leisurely stroll through the historic old town.
Learn about the city’s rise to prominence in the 1600s as a European trading capital, and see evidence of its economic grandeur in preserved guild buildings and civic guard structures. Pass by the homes of some of Amsterdam's most prominent former residents, including US ambassador John Adams, who visited during the American Revolution.
Halfway through the tour, recharge with a coffee break at a local cafe, and visit the oldest spice store in town. Continue on along the four major canals of the city's west side while learning about the purpose and construction of the iconic waterways. Admire charming examples of Dutch architecture on the historic east side of town before bidding farewell to your guide at the end of the 3-hour tour.