Get on board a ship and enjoy an hour sailing through history, architecture and spectacular views. Your journey begins in the medieval core of the city, which will automatically leave you spellbound. This peculiar area, built in the thirteenth century on a swamp, has things that are not seen every day or anywhere. Look at the number of houses tilted sideways and forward.
The tour will continue to the old port so you can get to know the overseas businesses and Dutch companies that were born in 1600, the Dutch Golden Age. You will pass by Amsterdam, a spectacular replica of the freighter of that time, and you will enter the long stretch of water where the river Ámstel (from which the city acquires its name) joins the network of canals.
Wind in the stern, towards the Grachtengordel! This is the most “modern” neighborhood built during the Golden Age and is currently a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, three large parallel canals were excavated that form an impressive arch around a large part of the city. The houses of the canal are large and very similar, with their captivating windows and serene architecture.
The cruise also visits the Anne Frank House and the Westerkerk. An audio guide will inform you about everything you see. You will also pass under the Narrow Bridge and you can witness the atmosphere of an incredibly quiet and elegant city.
This excursion perfectly embodies Dutch pragmatism. Amsterdam is famous for its great enthusiasm for cycling, but with this cruise you can explore the city without worrying about being hit while taking a picture.
Show the digital ticket directly at the entrance to the museum.
Sunday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 pm.
Audio guides available in English, Spanish, French and Dutch.
Children up to 4 years free of charge, from 5 to 12 pay a reduced rate, then pay the adult rate.
This tour is accessible for people in wheelchairs and with reduced mobility.
Cancellations are not possible for this entry.