1. Netherlands
  2. North Holland
  3. Amsterdam
  4. Begijnhof

Amsterdam: Historical Highlights Guided Walking Tour

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Journey back in time as your local guide walks you through Amsterdam’s historic landmarks. Discover this charismatic city’s hidden treasures, legends, and mysteries in German, Italian, French, or English.
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Duration: 2 hours
Starting time 1:30 PM
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Live tour guide
German, French, Italian, English

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  • Discover the city's treasures at the UNESCO Canal District
  • Learn all about Amsterdam's Golden Age
  • Visit the Royal Palace and the Flower Market
Full description
Beginning at Dam Square, discover Amsterdam with the best local guides and hear about the city in your own language: German, Italian, or French. Your expert guide will make history come alive with stories and lively commentary as you stroll through the beautiful streets of medieval and Golden Age Amsterdam on a 2-hour tour.

Admire the architecture and hear about the city's long history of commerce and trade. Some highlights you'll pass include: The Royal Palace, The New Church, the most important canals, bridges, and locks, the smallest house in the city, the Begijnhof, a late-16th-century men's prison, the Mint Tower, and the Amstel River.
  • Guided walking tour in German, Italian, or French
What’s Not Included
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food and beverages

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Meeting point

Your guide will be standing in front of the Royal Palace 15 minutes before the starting time of the tour, holding an orange umbrella: Dam, 1012 JS Amsterdam, Netherlands

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What to bring
  • Comfortable shoes
Know before you go
• Please check the weather report before you leave for your tour. This tour operates rain or shine.

From £18.08 per person

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Product ID: 271167