Discover the rich cultural heritage of the Dutch capital while in port in Amsterdam. Soak up the scenery of historic Amsterdam on a 3-hour shore excursion, stopping along the way to admire architectural gems like City Hall, marvel at the Royal Palace on Dam Square and stroll the market stalls of Waterloo Square. After snapping photos of Amsterdam’s beautiful buildings and famous canals, head to Museum Square and enjoy free time to explore the Van Gogh Museum, devoted to the works of the iconic Dutch artist.
3-hour Amsterdam Shore Excursion, including the Van Gogh Museum
See famous Amsterdam sights like the Royal Palace, Dam Square and City Hall
Marvel over impressionist masterpieces at the Van Gogh Museum
Great-value tour includes port pick-up and entrance fees
Ideal introduction to Amsterdam for first-time visitors or those short on time!
Small-group tour limited to 15 people ensures a personalized experience
Meet your guide as your cruise ship docks in Amsterdam and hop aboard a minivan for a 3-hour sightseeing tour. Keep your camera to hand as you drive past the legendary Dam Square, home to the magnificent neo-classical Royal Palace, and listen to stories about Amsterdam’s fascinating history from your guide.
See the New Church, where the members of the Dutch Royal Family are inaugurated, and the beautiful 17th century Portuguese synagogue. Admire the grand City Hall and the imposing Central Station, and learn more about the city’s famous canals and manmade islands as you journey around Amsterdam’s maze of scenic canals.
Next, lose yourself in the rhythms of everyday life as you soak up the buzzing atmosphere of Waterloo Square, famed for its second-hand market. Take time to marvel over the narrow lanes and historic buildings, characteristic of 17th century Amsterdam.
Arrive at Museum Square, where you’ll see the striking Rijksmuseum and have time to pose for photos by the I Amsterdam sign. Finally, enjoy skip-the-line entrance to the Van Gogh Museum and spend as long as you like exploring the galleries and reveling in the artist’s post-impressionist masterpieces.