In this blog Historical Amsterdam Tours has curated some of the most iconic spots, as well as several snappy ideas to capture this vibrant old city.
Are you planning a trip to Amsterdam and wondering how to make the most of your time in the city? One option to consider is booking a private guide.
What's on in Amsterdam in 2023? Historical Amsterdam Tours curates 36 events to visit in 2023.
Visit a canal house Exclusive offer during the Canal Ring Architecture Walk Book this tour You're invited Historical Amsterdam Tours and cultural heritage foundation Hendrick de Keyser invite you!The Canal…
Professional photographers and filmmakers saw a unique opportunity: to capture the capital during its most quiet times in history. Videos of quiet Amsterdam.
A reconstruction of Amsterdam in the late middleages, before the big fires in the 1400s.
We keep warming you up for a visit. Here is a top five of interesting newspaper articles. A selection of longreads about Amsterdam.
Between the mid-1300s and a century later Amsterdam was 'coming of age'. In this blog we talk about the success factors of Medieval Amsterdam.
Here is a list of the Top 5 sources of local listening material: podcasts, vlogs and a video diary about the narrative of the city, the country and its art.
The beginning of tourism in Amsterdam Every year, on one weekend in mid-March around midnight, large groups of people march through the oldest streets of Amsterdam. The shops on the…
The seal of Amsterdam It takes a trained eye to recognise them everywhere in the city. The seal of Amsterdam. Why a ship? Who are the people depicted on it…
Although Amsterdam never was a city known for an obsession with the perpendicular, the city had an impressive skyline since the late Renaissance. From the 17th century until the 19th century Amsterdam's skyline had an uniquely harmonious look, which was the result of one architect