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From Brussels: Day Trip to Amsterdam

1. From Brussels: Day Trip to Amsterdam

Explore Amsterdam on a a full-day tour from Brussels. Travel in a comfortable and climate-controlled bus from a centrally-located meeting point. Follow your guide as you uncover top sights like the Royal Palace and the Nieuwe Kerk, and the Jewish Quarter. Hop aboard a spacious bus and sit back and relax on the drive from Brussels to Amsterdam. Once you arrive, begin a guided tour where the history of the city is revealed. Find out where the city was founded in the 13th century at Dam Square. Admire the Gothic architecture of the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) and Dutch Baroque architecture of the Royal Palace. Venture into the oldest part of Amsterdam to see the Oude Kerk (Old Church) and wander the infamous streets of the Red Light District. Continue to De Waag to view the remains of the medieval wall before going into the Jewish Quarter where Rembrandt once lived. End your guided tour at the flower market and have 3 hours of free time discover the city on your own. Return to your meeting point in Brussels by bus.

Amsterdam: Panoramic Sightseeing Tour with Audioguide

2. Amsterdam: Panoramic Sightseeing Tour with Audioguide

Hop onboard a state-of-the-art bus and explore the Dutch capital from a new perspective. The bus boasts an open-top roof (weather permitting), providing panoramic views of Amsterdam from start to finish. Travel around the city at a leisurely pace, admiring the city’s highlights as well as hidden gems along the way. The tour starts at the IJ River, from there drive along the famous Canal Belt and watch the locals go about their day. See a selection of the city’s picturesque canals, including the Brouwersgracht and the Prinsengracht, as well as sights such as the Haarlemmerpoort. Next, explore the Museum Quarter and admire Museum Square, the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, and the Royal Concert Building. Later, drive along the Amstel River, soaking up epic views from the bus and snapping photos for your vacation album. Finally, discover the historic Jewish Quarter and the Old City Center, where you can find landmarks including Nieuwmarkt Square, the Red Light District, Dam Square, the Royal Palace, and Central Station.

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Excellent value for money: 2h 50 'round trip by comfortable coach from Brussels to Amsterdam for 57 euros total, including 2h of well-prepared local English-speaking guide. Two possible improvements: I would have appreciated having some historical and cultural information about Breda and Utrecht (we passed by these two cities on the way) and I would have preferred 1h 30 'with the guide, to have a little more free time. Departure time from Brussels at 8: ok Departure time from Amsterdam at 17: I would have preferred to leave at 18 or 19 (in this case 2 hours with the guide are correct)

it was worth it...a must-day trip from Brussels...it is much cheaper compare to buying return train tickets last minute. The tour guide explained points of interest within the city center... just a minimal feedback - free wifi on the bus is limited not even 30 minutes it went off and I cannot log in back, it says quota reach?!

It's easy and cheap because you can get there by taking the bus. I walk a lot. The tour guests were also very nice people and we enjoyed it because we only understand Japanese. I recommend it.

fantastic guide, good amount of free time. overall I worthwhile experience

Very well organized event, the guide is excellent. Very funny.