Amsterdam is full of charm, character, culture and history. And exploring it on your foot allows you to capture the real spirit and essence of this wonderful city in its entire splendor. In fact, there is nothing like our walking tours; it gives you the chance to know each of the attractions covered in detail, relive the region’s past and most importantly, immerse yourself in the atmospheric sights, smell and sounds. You can even upgrade your Walking Tour with a canal cruise or a cheese tasting tour which is your ticket to relish the world-famous Dutch cheese, along with the finest wines.
Did you know that Amsterdam is exceptionally bike-friendly? After all, the place is acknowledged as the world’s cycling capital. So if you’re looking to try this, let us place you right off on the pedal with our exclusive bike excursions. It’s fully guided, but as you pedal around the best of Amsterdam attractions, it also gives you the unique feel of discovering the city on your own. Moreover, it’s a wonderful alternative for those who don’t want to take a stroll; the dedicated cycle paths across the city make it super easy for you to roll in your bike as relaxed as or as swift as you wish.
Curious to learn about the secrets behind the Amsterdam’s controversial Red Light District which has served as a hub for liquor, brothel and decadence for more than 500 years? There is a dedicated tour which gives you the insider knowledge of what is the largest of its kind in the region. And with this, you’ll realize that this destination is beyond your perception. Yes, it’s not all about booze and sex; beneath its licentious frontage lays some of the city’s most enchanting canals, ancient yet finest architectural remains, and superb dining and shopping choices.
One of the popular Amsterdam activities among the history and culture enthusiasts is exploring the Jewish Cultural Quarter. And this should be best done through our tour which introduces you to some of the oldest as well as the most prominent Jewish spaces in the city. You’ll be able to see the Jewish Historical Museum, the Portuguese Synagogue, the National Holocaust Memorial and Museum, and the Children’s Museum, among others. Apart from these, we also organize a variety of Amsterdam day trips, particularly ideal for those who want to experience sights outside of the city. Less