Bruges + Amsterdam Canal Cruise + Rijksmuseum€ 124,50 € 119,50
Highlights Amsterdam Canal Cruise
- Cruise along Amsterdam's picturesque canals
- Enjoy stunning Amsterdam
- Enjoy the unique UNESCO World Heritage canal district
Amsterdam is sometimes referred to as 'Venice of the North'. 100 km of canals divide the city into smaller islands, connected by beautiful historic bridges. The most famous canals are the Herengracht, Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht. This cruise takes you through the unique UNESCO World Heritage canal district. You will be able to admire the elegant merchants’ houses that have lined the canals since the Golden Age, the majestic façades and gables, beautiful churches, the iconic “Magere Brug” (Skinny Bridge) and many more highlights. During the cruise we offer a commentary in 18 languages. Your visit to Amsterdam is only complete when you have experienced the city from the water.
Highlights Bruges tour
- Guided walking tour through the city center
- The unique medieval center
- Enjoy ancient and famous architecture
The Bruges tour will take you to historic Bruges, one of Europe’s most charming cities, also known as ‘the Venice of the North’. The entire city center of Bruges is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The city is famous for its ancient churches, opulent mansion houses, picturesque alleys, canals and the Begijnhof (beguinage). Last but not least, Bruges is well known for its local beers, lace and chocolate-making. Together with your guide you will take a city walk, after which you will have free time for a canal cruise, sightseeing or shopping in Bruges’ delightful city center.
- World-famous masterpieces by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Van Gogh and Frans Hals
- 800 years of Dutch art and history through 8000 objects
- Unique exhibitions
- Amazing interior design
The Rijksmuseum is the national pride of Holland and Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and is home to an extensive and beautiful art collection, showcasing Dutch history during the period between 1200 AD and 2000 AD.
The museum is situated on the Museum Square. One of the first things to be amazed by is the Rijksmuseum building itself. The museum is situated in an impressive and giant complex combining Gothic and Renaissance architecture. This is truly one of Amsterdam’s greatest pieces of architecture.
The absolute highlights of the museum are The Night Watch of Rembrandt, The Milkmaid of Johannes Vermeer and the works of Jan Steen and Vincent van Gogh. Apart from the permanent exposition, the museum hosts unique exhibitions of contemporary artists and painters throughout the year.