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Private Walking Tour of Amsterdam + Join-in public Boat Tour

Book online or call: +44 0800 015 4961
Duration: 4 h
Activity Level: Moderate
Experience: Backpacker, Historical
Language: English, Deutsche
Photo permit included
Tour by public transport
Canal Boat tour included
Train tickets included
Suitable for little children
Wheelchair accessible tour
Museum ticket included
Light snack included
Lunch included
Transportation included
Walking Tour


Tour includes walking City Tour of Amsterdam and 1 hr join-in public boat tour.

What's included

  • Professional licensed English speaking guide. Other languages available upon request (additional charges may apply)
  • Public boat tour
  • All fees and taxes
  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities to guide/driver (optional)
  • Pick-up and drop-off
  • Not wheelchair accessible tour


Basilica of St. Nicholas
The Basilica of St. Nicholas is the major Catholic church in Amsterdam. Officially the church was called St. Nicholas inside the Walls, i.e. the oldest part of the Amsterdam defence works. The architect, Adrianus Bleijs (1842-1912) designed the church basing himself on a combination of several revival styles of which Neo-Baroque and neo-Renaissance are the most prominent models. The basilica has a collection of religious murals. Above the high altar is the crown of Maximilian I, which is a symbol seen throughout Amsterdam. Inside the newly renovated church, a 19th-century Sauer Organ can be found, on which concerts are given and mass is accompanied.
Canal district & Houseboats
The Canal district in Amsterdam is arguably the area that many people think of when picturing Amsterdam. Its pretty waterways provide many photo opportunities and the area is also home to plenty of unique hotspots. The intricate network of canals in Amsterdam’s city centre also serves as a unique residential area. The colourful houseboats moored along canal banks throughout the city offer all the comforts of a typical house and have become something of a local icon. Today houseboats are also an attractive accommodation option for visitors to the city who want to experience life on the water.
Dam Square
Dam Square is Amsterdam’s beating heart. Nowadays Dam Square in contrast with the old days it is now a very peaceful square which is home to scores of pigeons and street performers. The National Monument on Dam Square was unveiled on 4 May 1956. It was erected in remembrance of those who died during World War II. Each year on 4 May many dignitaries, including representatives of the royal family, commemorate the victims of the Second World War here. The Royal Palace and the Nieuwe Kerk Amsterdam are also situated at Dam Square. Other nearby highlights are the red light district, the narrowest house in Amsterdam at Singel 7 and the shopping mall Magna Plaza.
New Church
Adjacent to the Royal Palace is Amsterdam Nieuwe Kerk, a church of the highest order. Akin to the Gothic churches of France, it was built circa 1400 due to the shortage of churches in the city and over the years, many changes have been made. The New Church remarkably managed to escape major damage in 1421 and 1452, the two great fires of Amsterdam, although two centuries later it was reduced to ashes when plumbers accidentally started a fire. The church however has been faithfully restored to its former glory, exhibiting the original early Renaissance style features throughout even though it remains tower-less.
Old Church
A big and monumental church De Oude Kerk (The Old Church) dominates over the Red Light District. Standing in the church's main entry, you will be amazed to see a coffee shop just left to it, windows with sex workers in front of it and the Princess Juliana Nursery School right of it. Contrast could not be bigger and there. The Oude Kerk is the oldest and for centuries was the most important church in Amsterdam. Although it lost this title to the Nieuwe Kerk (New Curch), it still remains one of the grand sights to visit.
Red Light District
De Wallen or De Walletjes is the largest and best known red-light district in Amsterdam. It consists of a network of alleys containing approximately three hundred one-room cabins rented by prostitutes who offer their sexual services from behind a window or glass door, typically illuminated with red lights and blacklight. De Wallen, together with the prostitution areas Singelgebied and Ruysdaelkade, form the Rosse Buurt (red-light areas) of Amsterdam. Of these De Wallen is the oldest and largest area. It is one of the city's major tourist attractions and the government of Amsterdam is examining ways to limit tourist numbers. The area also has a number of sex shops, sex theatres, peep shows, a sex museum, a cannabis museum, and a number of coffee shops that sell cannabis.
Royal Palace
With about 600 rooms, the Royal Palace is the official residence of the Swedish royal family and one of the largest palaces in Europe. Only used for official ceremonies, the grandiose palace is open to the public all year round. It is unquestionably one of the most popular tourist attractions in Stockholm. The Tre Kronor Museum, Treasury, Royal Apartments, and the impressive architectural style and decor of the palace will take your breath away.


Meeting time: 09:00, 09:30, 10:00, 10:30, 11:00, 11:30, 12:00, 12:30, 13:00, 13:30, 14:00, 14:30

You will see Central Railway Station, St. Nicholas Basilica, Dam Square, Oude Kerk, Nieuwe Kerk, Royal Palace, Canals and bridges of the city, Canal houses, Red Light District, etc.

At the end of the walking tour, you will say goodbye to a guide who will give instructions on how to return to the hotel after a boat trip.

A boat tour starts and ends by the Central Railway Station.

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