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Treasures of Amsterdam - sailing & walking

Are you looking for an exclusive combination of walking and sailing as an introduction to Amsterdam? During 'Treasures of Amsterdam' you'll discover some of Amsterdam's 'gems'; like the famous 17th century ring of canals and unique highlights of the old city centre. This arrangement includes a walkingtour, a private cruise with a luxurious historic salonboat and an authentic Amsterdam liqueur.

Treasures of Amsterdam - sailing & walking

We start our walk in the heart of the city and visit (during opening hours) a beautiful medieval courtyard and the unique, publicly accessible portrait gallery of the Amsterdam Museum. Afterwards we explore historic parts of the city and the picturesque surroundings of the river Amstel. Of course the guide will explain all about the history and present day developments of Amsterdam.

After the walking excursion you'll board a luxurious historic salon boat for a private cruise of an hour through the famous Amsterdam canals. Sailing is one of the best ways to experience the city and to enjoy the most beautiful views. During the cruise you'll find out even more about Amsterdam and the high-lights we sail past. Aboard the historic salon boat you will be welcomed with an authentic Amsterdam liqueur based on 17 century recipes.


Rate 42,50 pp + VAT. minimal groupsize 10 persons.
Groupsize In case of <10 persons you can book against the minimal program price of 425,00+VAT
Languages NL,ENG,DEU.
Place of departure Het Spui (square) nr. 14-16
Time of departure Depature times on request, all days, from 10 am to 4 pm. After 4 pm we have to charge an additional boatrent.
Duration 2.15 hours
Many interesting stories
The guide told us many interesting stories. Everybody was very enthusiastic and I only got positive reviews from the group. Thank you for this! G. Schuiling
A great day!
We had a really good time! You made it a great day. Roel knew how to strike the exact right note and his distinct interest in and knowledge of (the history of) Amsterdam are a relief compared with the average city guide. T. van Zwet