Private City Walk Amsterdam

Best introduction to Amsterdam

Private City Walk Amsterdam

  • Starting point
    Starting point

    We start in front of the Amsterdam Central Station, at the I amsterdam Visitor Centre

  • Duration | Distance
    Duration | Distance

    2 hours | -/+ 3 km of walking (1.4 ml)

  • Highlights
    Highlights

    - Royal Palace
    - Canal Ring
    - Dam square
    - Begijnhof
    - Red Light District

  • Price
    Price

    Available from €43,75 p.p.

  • Starting point
    Starting point

    We start in front of the Amsterdam Central Station, at the I amsterdam Visitor Centre

  • Duration | Distance
    Duration | Distance

    2 hours | -/+ 3 km of walking (1.4 ml)

  • Highlights
    Highlights

    - Royal Palace
    - Canal Ring
    - Begijnhof
    - Dam square
    - Red Light Distric

  • Price
    Price

    Available from €43,75 p.p.

Private City Walk in Amsterdam 

Are you new to the city? We offer you an unmissable private guided tour of Amsterdam. Become acquainted with this famous city, with a local as your personal guide. Get to see the most beautiful, cozy and quirky places in the historical city center. What is this city made of? Why is this city so unique and inspiring? We’ll make sure you’ll find out.

 

What is the spirit of Amsterdam?

Who is Amsterdam? With our guides you’ll get a better understanding of Amsterdam’s tolerance and pragmatism, its famously relaxed way of life. You’ll walk in the footsteps of Rembrandt and you’ll get a surprising take on the red light district. In two hours your personal historian will take you through the ages and back.

 

The Physics of Amsterdam

Your private guide will explain the unique way that Amsterdam is built. You won’t find another city with as many canals and bridges. How did this unique layout come into existence? Why do many houses lean forward? What was the function of the canals anyway? Is Amsterdam in imminent danger of flooding due to rising sea levels? So many question to ask about this city. We’ll have the answers for you.

 

Practical hints

As a local, we’ll gladly inform you about the do’s and dont’s in Amsterdam. Places to go and places to avoid, where to eat and drink, and our insider’s cultural tips. How to use public transport? How to navigate smartly? We gladly offer tailored recommendations for further exploring, in and outside of Amsterdam.

 

A fun introduction to Amsterdam

We combine a fun walk and fascinating anecdotes with a truckload of information on Amsterdam. With the storytellers of Historical Amsterdam Tours you’ll have a great first impression of our wonderful city.

Tour reviews

  • star rating  Tijs is one of the people that makes us wish the day to have more than 24 hours! 🙂 Not only a guide who makes the fascinating Amsterdam even more... read more

    A Tripadvisor Member
    December 1, 2020
  • star rating  I really enjoyed my morning walking tour of the canal district with Historical Tours Amsterdam. Tijs’ knowledge of the city is amazing and he explains fascinating historical details clearly... read more

    212claret
    March 3, 2020
  • star rating  We’ve lived in Amsterdam for 10 years and finally took the time to learn more about the fascinating history. The financial tour did not disappoint - learning about both the... read more

    Ramela S
    July 1, 2021
  • star rating  Highly recommend Tijs’s tours. He knows so much, about Amsterdam, is clearly passionate about what he does, and is a great storyteller. Interesting, entertaining & good value for money.

    traveller_trace
    August 1, 2020
  • star rating  Gerben Post is an outstanding and knowledgeable tour guide. He provided a moving experience about a topic that is difficult and painful. His ability to provide important and... read more

    Nancy L
    July 29, 2019

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