Join up for a 2,5 hour walking tour through the heart of Amsterdam. Discover medieval waterworks in shopping malls, ‘Dutch Renaissance’ architecture and the legacy of the ‘golden’ 17th century, the days that Amsterdam was the capital of the world.
Follow the footprints of Dutch master painter Rembrandt, see the remains of the Jewish quarter, the bustling Chinatown and a surprising view on the Red Light District. Find out the truth behind our tolerant and liberal image.
It’s a tour interesting for expats, locals and newbie’s. After this tour you’ll know things about Amsterdam not every local knows…
As a former member of the Amsterdam Tourist Office with a bachelor degree in tourism I will be your guide.
When / Where?
We start at 1pm at the Dam square, at the entrance of the New Church, ending at the Dam again. Look for the red umbrella man.
Tip are welcome ;-)