What you will see on Amsterdam walking tours

What you will see on Amsterdam walking tours

Tours and Trips Sightseeing 23 August, 2017

Amsterdam walking tours

Walkings tours are a great way to experience Amsterdam. Amsterdam is a compact and stunningly preserved capital with a gorgeous city center that is easily enjoyed on foot. Walking tours enable you to see the sights and attractions at a relaxed and leisurely pace, whilst receiving important information from a knowledgeable guide. Walking tours also show you how flat and impeccably maintained Amsterdam is. Other than by boat or bike, there are few better ways to enjoy the 400-year-old canals, merchant houses, and Golden Age architecture.

So what are you waiting for? Hotfoot it with some walking tours!

What you will see on Amsterdam walking tours

Walking tours will tend to focus on the historic city center, which appears almost unchanged since Rembrandt’s time. The center is immensely walkable and full of attractions - you won’t be disappointed!

On a Tours and Tickets walking tour, an experienced guide will tell you the amazing story of how this tiny settlement on the Amstel river became the cosmopolitan urban center it is today. This walking tour will also take you through the trendy Jordaan neighborhood, before stopping by the heart of Amsterdam, the Dam Square. Here you can delight in the pomp and ceremony of the Royal Palace, before basking in the tranquility of the Begijnhof, an almshouse with a famously peaceful courtyard. There will also be the opportunity to wander through the fascinating Red Light District. Here your guide will teach you the scandalous side of Amsterdam’s history, with true stories you’ll find hard to believe.

And, as is important on any walking tour, you’ll also get to savor some tantalizing Dutch culinary delights. Taste waffles and jenever at some foodie hotspots. This walking tour lasts about 2.5 hours.

Where to stay in Amsterdam

When considering where to stay in Amsterdam, you won’t be disappointed - Amsterdam abounds with accommodation options. There are hotels that range in prices from 23 to 1000 euros. When weighing up where to stay in Amsterdam, you might also consider a stay on a canal boat - a unique experience that will enhance any travel to this watery city.

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About Tours & Tickets

Tours & Tickets, situated in the very heart of Amsterdam, has over 35 years of experience as a flexible incoming tour operator. We are specialized in offering excursions in The Netherlands and Belgium. And we offer various tickets for museums, attractions and all kinds of canal cruises. We also offer an exclusive range of combination deals.