Whether you have one, two, three days or more, Amsterdam has plenty to offer and more than enough to keep you entertained. Use this Amsterdam tours booking website to look through and book various guided tours and day trips.
The canal cruises are a popular way to see the city from the perspective of its canals. There are many kinds of Amsterdam boat tours available. Romantic candlelight dinner, day or evening cruises, trips by boat to nearby garden village of Keukenhof and many more. Just have a look at the tours website mentioned above.
In about 3 hours the bike tour will show you numerous points of interest, offer lots of advise and insider tips and help you develop a great sense of orientation in Amsterdam. But Amsterdam has 214 rainy days a year and many others are cloudy so be avare of that. Bike tour operators count with this and you can cancel your tour up to one day before its scheduled.
While in Amsterdam we recommend an excursion to nearby towns and villages. Hague being more modern and exciting because of its role as the seat of Dutch parliament and many european institutions. Delft and Bruges are lovely historic canal towns great for evening walks and picture taking, while Zaanse Schans and Volendam are idilic cheese and fishing villages. Bruges and Zaanse Schans are also listed as World Heritage Sites of UNESCO so don't miss this opportunity to see them.
Amsterdam's Red Light District, the oldest neighbourhood with the oldest profession and the oldest buildings will give you good impression of Dutch culture, history and architecture.
The bus brings you to the most famous sights in the city where you can get on or off as often as you like at the nine centrally located stops throughout the city. The many presents and discounts that come with your 24 hour ticket make the experience worthwhile for everyone who visits Amsterdam.
Jewish population, its culture and religion was since the beginning of the 17th Century an important element of life in Amsterdam. Explore jewish history museum, synagogues, restaurants and the well known Anne Frank house.
Essentially self-guided walks, these trails challenge you to solve 10-20 clues via text message.