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Amsterdam Red Light District

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Amsterdam: Bulldog Boat Canal Cruise with Drinks

1. Amsterdam: Bulldog Boat Canal Cruise with Drinks

Sit back and relax on a smoke-friendly canal cruise through the heart of Amsterdam aboard a sightseeing cruise. Gain facinating insights into the attractions that you pass and enjoy alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks as you sail through the canals. Hop on board and get cozy for a romantic cruise down the canal. Feel free to bring your own food and smokes to enjoy on board. First, travel through the Redlight District that surrounds the Old Church. Take in views of the waterfront and the Eastern Dock. Follow the Old City Wall onto the Amstel River and see the Bridge of Monet which was made famous by the artist's painting of this spot. Smile at the wacky Deconstructivism of the Dancing Houses and snap a picture of the Blue Bridge. Enter the Canal Belt from the Herengracht along the Mayor's House and take the Golden Bend to the Seven Bridges. Take the Reguliersgracht canal to cross the Keizersgracht canal onto the Prinsengracht canal. Spot many houseboats including the oldest houseboat in Amsterdam and take in the fantastic designs of some of the typical hippie houseboats from the ’60s and ’70s. Return to the Amstel river and see the Skinny Bridge, the oldest and most picturesque bridge in Amsterdam. Along the Hermitage and the Stopera, get up-close views of the “View on the Groenburgwal” painted by Monet in 1884 before returning to Redlight District again.

Amsterdam: Sightseeing Canal Cruise with Local Guide

2. Amsterdam: Sightseeing Canal Cruise with Local Guide

Cruise through Amsterdam aboard an eco-friendly electric boat. Relax as you take in unobstructed views from the open river boat. Listen to live onboard commentary as you discover sights like the Anne Frank House and the Rijksmuseum from the water. Hop aboard the boat that at central-located boarding point that is just a stone's throw away from the Anne Frank House. Glide through the city's canals that are linked with 17th-century buildings and the 18th-century, redbrick Rijksmuseum. Cruise past the Hermitage Museum, and go under the Skinny Bridge. Capture pictures of the chic Amstel Hotel and the charming Grachtengordel district. Have the option to purchase a refreshing drink from the onboard bar as you sail.

Amsterdam: 1.5-Hour all inclusive Family Friendly Cruise

3. Amsterdam: 1.5-Hour all inclusive Family Friendly Cruise

We are going to start the cruise on the outher ring of the old city of Amsterdam, right in front of the largest museum of Amsterdam (Rijksmuseum) We will be welcoming you on a personal level. (we always call you if you are late), and there is a large luxurious set-up with snacks, sweets, cookies and drinks including beer, wines and sodas. When the group (max 20) is settled, we will start the cruise. And the very knowladgeble guide will tell you about the amazing parts of the city. We will be on the water for 90 minutes, which is a nice time to really get introduced to the city. All the guides have been selected and trained to be able to tell you about history and facts. And that they will in a funny and wity way. They are amazing with children and are able to set an incredible atmosphere. Nothing is impossible. And please ket them advice you of tips and tricks of what to do during your stay in Amsterdam.

Amsterdam: 1-Hour Gin & Tonic Canal Sightseeing Cruise

4. Amsterdam: 1-Hour Gin & Tonic Canal Sightseeing Cruise

Come on board of our luxurious “Gin & Tonic Cruise” and enjoy the beautiful sightseeings from the canals of Amsterdam. Our lovely hostess will serve you an authentic Gin & Tonic or other refreshing drinks you’ll like, while the captain entertains you with fun facts about Amsterdam’s history and culture! From the heart of Amsterdam, we bring you the best Dam citrus-forward gin. With 17 different ingredients that give Damrak Gin it's good taste and the cheerful bottle and fresh citrus notes. Damrak is everything but a standard London dry gin, available with or without Alcohol (virgin). The Damrak harbor (Amsterdam’s “inner harbor”) is the mooring place for merchant ships of the Dutch East India company arriving from and departing to exotic ports across the globe. Here herbs, fruits and spices are unloaded before being weighed and tested for quality. Several of those spices historically traded in Damrak harbor are used in the Gin recipe today. If you would prefer some other than our Damrak Gin & Tonic then we have other delicious premium mixers à la carte and soft drinks for you onboard, included on this cruise. Hear fun facts about the city, past, and present, as you cruise the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Canal Belt. Enjoy a wide choice of hot and cold drinks from our well-stocked bar, and avail of the fleece blankets on both the open and closed boats. Sit back and relax as you look at the merchant houses, abundant trees, and beautiful gardens of the city center. The planned urban sprawl served as an example around the world well into the 19th century, and the network of canals extends for 14 kilometers and boasts some 80 bridges. Sail along the River Amstel and pass the Hermitage Museum. See the Royal Theatre Carré and famous Skinny Bridge, marvel at the contemporary architecture of the NEMO Science Museum, and cruise along the famous 7 Bridges section of the Reguliersgracht.

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What people are saying about Amsterdam Red Light District

The whole tour was super relaxed. You were taken care of first class. We got a lot of information about the city, but we were also able to have a good conversation. The perfect mix! The crew was very friendly. Would book it again anytime!

Good local tour around Amsterdam canals, learnt a lot about the city but also had the opportunity to ask the guide questions. Great knowledge. Lovely afternoon in the sun.

Great tour of the cannels. Smaller boat so more intimate. There were about 10 on each side of the boat in total. Refreshments/snacks in the center.

Captain Jack was exceptional. He was very friendly and had a fun personality.

The most fun and interesting tour! Would gladly do it over and over again.