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Amsterdam Red Light District Food & gourmet tours

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Amsterdam: Cultural Food Tour in German

1. 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

2. 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

3. 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.

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Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 45 reviews

This was a fantastic tour! We are a family of 4 from Toronto, Canada, and Craig was our guide. We have two kids, 14 and 11, and they a lot of questions about the red light district. We decided a tour and education were the way to go. Craig handled the subject matter in a totally age appropriate manner while still making it entertaining and not speaking down to our kids at all. We all loved the tour and Craig. Highly recommend for families not afraid of a little controversy.

The tour was very exciting. Guide absolutely committed, competent and personable. Many highlights, but also hidden places were visited. The food: good selection, good value for money. But: definitely ask for a seat in the back of the restaurant. In front of the door area there is a constant coming and going. You feel like you're in a train station hall and you're constantly sitting in a draft.

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!

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

One of the best tour I have ever experienced… thank you