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Amsterdam: Private BBQ Cruise with Personal Chef & Drinks

1. Amsterdam: Private BBQ Cruise with Personal Chef & Drinks

Tasty food, drinks, and boating on Amsterdam’s canals are the features of this unique tour. Enjoy the city’s sights along with a tasty (vegetarian) BBQ menu on this 2-hour private cruise. The private cruise takes you along the Herengracht, Keizersgracht, and Prinsengracht, and by the Red Light district. Experience the history and the hotspots of the capital city. If you’re interested, you can hear fascinating stories about Amsterdam from the skipper. There are no concerns about the weather on this outing as the boat is equipped with a canopy. BBQ Menu: Pepper Steak, Shashlick, 2 skewers of chicken satay, sausages, hamburger Salads: Raw vegetables, potatoes, Russian and cucumber salads Sauces: Garlic, cocktail, BBQ, and satay Extras: Focaccia bread and herbed butter Vegetarian Menu: Vegetarian satay, vegetable burgers, vegetarian chicken, and vegetable skewers Salads: Raw vegetables, potatoes, Russian and cucumber salads Sauces: Garlic, cocktail, BBQ, and satay Extras: Focaccia bread and herbal butter Refreshments: Unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks

Amsterdam: Red Light District and Local Pub Tour

2. Amsterdam: Red Light District and Local Pub Tour

Discover infamous Red Light District of Amsterdam with a knowledgeable guide. Explore the district's narrow streets and learn about some of the oldest pubs of the city. Finish the tour with a rest at a traditional local pub. Meet your guide in central Amsterdam. Get a comprehensive overview of the history of the city. Start in the Old Town District and Amsterdam's Chinatown. Here your guide will tell you about the history of the city and about some of the city's oldest pubs. Hear stories and take a look inside famous pubs like t' Aepjen and t' Mandje. Continue to the center of the Red Light District where your guide will tell you everything about the sex work industry, peep shows, and the history of the Amsterdam Red Light District. Find many curiosities, like the narrowest street of Amsterdam, famous coffee shops, an indoor prostitution street, and many "smartshops." Hear what it's like to work as a prostitute in the Red Light District and find out about liberal laws. Walk to Dam Square where the tour will end. On your way to this area you'll see some of the last sights of the tour, like the Condomerie, the Royal Palace, and the Dam Square. Finish the tour with a rest at a traditional local pub.

Amsterdam: Red-Light District Pub Crawl and Booze Boat Tour

3. Amsterdam: Red-Light District Pub Crawl and Booze Boat Tour

Get ready to explore Amsterdam with plenty of drinks included. Choose a time for your boozy cruise around the beautiful canals of Amsterdam with an open bar on board. Enjoy the scenery while being transported around by our professional hosts and boat skipper. It's the perfect day tour before a big night out in the famous Red Light district. After you finish the cruise, make your way to the Ultimate Party team for the biggest and best night out in Amsterdam at Redlight Bar. Start your tour with unlimited shots of vodka from 8:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Stop at 4 different pubs and a nightclub. Take advantage of great drink specials at all of the venues. At every venue, meet a friendly nightlife host at the door. Finish your party pub crawl with free entrance to a busy nightclub, where you can stay as long as you like. Make the most of your time in the city on this tour that's perfect for groups looking for a cheap, fun time in Amsterdam.

Amsterdam: Canal Cruise with Drinks and Local Snacks

4. Amsterdam: Canal Cruise with Drinks and Local Snacks

Experience Amsterdam from a different perspective with an all-inclusive, sightseeing boat tour with a local guide. Enjoy some typical Dutch snacks with drinks as you cruise past the most famous highlights. Listen to live commentary as you drift by the Royal Theater and other iconic city attractions. Make your way to the dock just outside the Rijksmuseum and meet your guide and group for the cruise. Set sail from the shore and cruise into the canals of Amsterdam as you help yourself to snacks with cookies and sweets and drinks including beer, wine, and sodas. Learn a bit about the city as you enjoy the views.

Amsterdam: Cultural Food Tour in German

5. Amsterdam: Cultural Food Tour in German

Get to know Amsterdam in the most beautiful way: from a culinary perspective. Let yourself be seduced by different tastes and get to know the food variety of the Dutch capital. During the tour you will try at least 7 delicious delicacies, which together make a full meal. Not only typical Dutch delicacies are served, but also delicious snacks that make Amsterdam what it is known for: a wonderful multi-cultural city. But it is not just eaten. Dive into the life of Amsterdam between the food stops and get to know the urban development of the past centuries. Amsterdam is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with its crooked canal houses. Let the charm of the small streets and the many cafes take your breath away, while your city guide will take you on a relaxed journey through her stories and explanations into all epochs of the city's history. Visit the major sightseeing hotspots in central Amsterdam and get a comprehensive overview of the city on this 3-hour cultural food tour.

Amsterdam: Private Red Light District and Food Tour

6. Amsterdam: Private Red Light District and Food Tour

Explore Amsterdam's notorious Red Light District and learn about Dutch food culture on this 2-hour private tour. Start at the Amsterdam Central Station to meet your tour guide. Walk to the Red Light District and see several well-known sights like the Old Church, China Town, the city's first coffee shop and the narrowest street of Amsterdam. Listen to your knowledgeable, local guide as they provide you with an educational insight to the area and its coffee shop culture. Also, hear about Dutch law and the legalization of prostitution and toleration of marijuana. Learn about Dutch food culture, what locals eat and what the traditional Dutch snacks are. Taste 3 Dutch foods, such as a kroket, Dutch cheese and the famous stroopwafel. End your day at Dam Square.

Amsterdam: Walking Tour with Dutch Pancake Lunch

7. Amsterdam: Walking Tour with Dutch Pancake Lunch

For the cheese lovers, this 2.5-hour tour is the perfect way to enjoy Amsterdam. Hear the stories not commonly included in the guidebooks and go beneath the surface of the city with the help of an English or Spanish-speaking guide.  Highlights of this tour include: the first Stock Exchange in the World, a walk through Dam Square with its National Monument and Royal Palace, the Red Light District, the Chinese neighborhood and Jewish Quarter, Flower Market, Jordaan Street, and a walk past the Anne Frank House.   And in the end, you will enjoy the Dutch pancake menu in a very nice restaurant with typical Dutch dishes in the city center. From the wild history of prostitution and drug decriminalization to the tragedy of Anne Frank’s story and Nazi occupation, the aim of this tour is to give you a perfect introduction to this city. Whether you visit one of Amsterdam’s famous museums or check out the cafés and bars of the Jordaan District, this tour will help you to get your bearings in this unique city and allow you to make the most out of your stay here.

Amsterdam: Dutch Craft Beer and Bites Guided Walking Tour

8. Amsterdam: Dutch Craft Beer and Bites Guided Walking Tour

Go on a journey that'll make you go "Hops hops hurray" with this Dutch craft beer walking tour in Amsterdam. Hit up four local hotspots for an array of craft beers, a local spirit, and 3 traditional Dutch snacks. Every stop reflects a different side of the city's drinking culture. Meet your guide at the New Church that is facing Dam Square and begin your guided tour into the heart of Amsterdam's city center. Enjoy fascinating personal stories and cultural bites about life in Amsterdam on the way to your first stop. Visit Amsterdam's oldest tasting house, where Rembrandt himself used to enjoy a tipple. Try the traditional pairing of jenever (Dutch gin) and beer. Hear about the tradition of "kopstoot" (headbutt), and learn how to drink like the Dutch. Head to a specialty beer café that serves exclusively Dutch craft beers. Discover the inspiring story of the owner and how he single-handedly made serious waves in the Dutch craft beer scene. Sample 2 craft beer tastings paired with the first flavored cheese in the world. Make your way to the one of the best craft beer bars in the Netherlands. Tuck into  traditional Dutch smoked sausage and 2 craft beer tastings. Admire this former distillery from the 1690 that was transformed into a craft beer mecca with a selection of over 200 beers.  Complete your experience at a microbrewery that brews with heart and hops. Go behind the scenes and learn how they started and contributed to the craft beer culture of Amsterdam.  End your tour by toasting with a beer of your choice complimented by the quintessential Dutch snack, bitterballen (fried balls of meat soup) infused with blonde beer.

Cultural Coffeeshops and Walking Tour in Dutch or German

9. Cultural Coffeeshops and Walking Tour in Dutch or German

Experience how marijuana became an institution in Amsterdam, and go beyond the Rasta cliché of ganja culture on a unique walking tour of the city. Discover the special atmosphere of the coffeeshops where the drug is legally sold, starting with an introduction to the cannabis scene at one of Amsterdam's oldest coffeeshops on Dam Square. Stroll around the city with your knowledgeable guide, stopping at some of Amsterdam's best coffeeshops, pubs and other sites that only a local can know. Visit 3 different coffeeshops and an Irish pub, hearing about the history of the drug and the drug policies of the local authorities. End your ganja tour at the Rembrantplein. Choose the optional rolling tutorial on booking, and get a short walking tour of the Red Light District, followed with a tutorial on how to roll a joint. Choose to spend an extra half an hour and explore the famous flower market and a hidden side of Amsterdam, with a bonus coffeeshop.

Luxury VIP Tour of Amsterdam Center

10. Luxury VIP Tour of Amsterdam Center

This 2-day comprehensive adventure is actually spread over a 24-hour period and includes an opportunity to experience the most exciting parts of Amsterdam! You’ll begin by meeting with your own private tour guide and head off to see the historic canals and visit 3 of the city’s coffee shops. Enjoy exclusive access to one of Amsterdam's finest English/Dutch bakeries in the upscale Amstel neighborhood. Savor tasty freshly baked goods along with tea and juice. You will travel by limousine between 2 of the locations on the tour. For your evening meal, experience authentic cuisine at your own reserved table with chef-selected tapas and exclusive Italian or Spanish dishes, not available anywhere else in the city. Finally, you’ll finish the night off with a Red Light District tour that includes shots and admission at 1 of 3 exclusive clubs in Amsterdam: choose from Winston Club, Club NYX, or Disco Dollys (optional VIP table and skip-the-line access available).

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What people are saying about Amsterdam Red Light District

Lovely cruise! Met some incredible people on the boat. I originally came alone but I left the boat with new friends that I’m planning to spend the rest of my stay with. Staff was nice, especially Olivia who kept on entertaining us. Would highly recommend for solo travelers!

More than what we expected. Stefan was well prepared an well researched. Safe option to familiarise folks who are curious but uncomfortable to walk in red light district on your own. You also pass by coffee shop if you want to try out Amsterdam coffee culture.

Had a wonderful time with Gavin. Felt like hanging out with an old friend. Wandered the streets, at snacks, heard about some history. Was an ideal way to spend a Monday afternoon in Amsterdam. Would love to do more tours with him!

Fab tour guide (Michael)- very informative and learnt loads about the history of Amsterdam and prostitution!

The guide, Peter, was very informative and answered all questions we had. A very nice person to talk to.