Enjoy a historical walking tour of Amsterdam before discovering the city from a different perspective during a 75-minute boat cruise through the famous canals.
What to Expect
Start your tour at Amsterdam Centraal station, before visiting Dam Square and the famous Red Light District and the Oude Kerk Church. Stroll through Chinatown, taking in all its colors, authentic restaurants and the most important Buddhist temple in Europe.
Continue on De Waag, the old Jewish quarter, and the former home of Rembrandt. This area has now become one of the most popular neighborhoods thanks to Waterlooplein Market and impressive medieval buildings.
Pass the place where Monet painted one of his most beautiful paintings, before arriving at Bloemenmarkt, the famous floating flower market.
Then enjoy a boat trip on the famous Amsterdam canals. The tour takes 75 minutes and includes individual audio in Spanish. Amsterdam's canals have been the economic and cultural engine of the city since the 17th century. In 2010, UNESCO recognized the value declaring the canal belt of Amsterdam a World Heritage Site.
During the tour, hear about the development of the city and its canals during the Golden Age. Learn why Amsterdam is called the "Venice of the North" and find out how many canals it really has as you discover the city from the water.
- Experienced, native Spanish-speaking guide