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Self-Guided Audio Tour of Amsterdam
Self-Guided Audio Tour of Amsterdam

$10.89

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Step into the cobblestone streets of Amsterdam with your smartphone serving as your personal guide, unfolding the city's rich history one site at a time. Your journey begins at the monumental Amsterdam Central Station, an architectural marvel that establishes your connection with the rest of the continent. Embark on this tour at your own pace, but consider starting in the morning before the bustle and ending before sunset to make the most of your visit. The audio guide, thoughtfully curated by an accredited expert, will narrate the city's evolution, transporting you to Amsterdam's Golden Age, a period when it was the world's wealthiest city. Don't forget to plug in your headphones for the best audio experience. Bask in the Glory of Amsterdam's Landmarks As you navigate through the city, Dam Square awaits its historic buildings and vibrant atmosphere, followed by the Blue Bridge, offering panoramic canal views. Did you know that Amsterdam has more canals than the famed Venice? Continuing your tour, you'll encounter the floating wonder, the Flower Market, and the Begijnhof, a peaceful courtyard with some of the oldest buildings in Amsterdam. Wrap up your journey with a visit to the imposing Beurs van Berlage, a testament to the city's architectural prowess.his self-guided tour offers you the freedom to explore Amsterdam's charm, etching an unforgettable memory of this fascinating city. Itinerary Central Station Dam Square Rokin Flower Market
Ultimate Food and History Tour of Amsterdam
Ultimate Food and History Tour of Amsterdam

$77.44

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Unearth the true taste and tales of Amsterdam on this ultimate food and history tour. Begin this gastronomic journey in the stunning Spui district with your English-speaking local guide. The tour kicks off in the charming Spui district with a visit to a legendary, fourth-generation bakery established in 1898. Here, you'll sample a freshly made stroopwafel, a perfect introduction to Dutch sweets. Next, you'll step into a historic "brown cafe," a quintessential Amsterdam experience. Dating back to 1921, this cafe has been a favorite among intellectuals, creatives, and even politicians. Here, you'll indulge in a slice of Dutch apple pie paired with a cup of coffee. As you stroll through the historic center with your guide, hidden gems come alive. You'll hear fascinating stories about unassuming landmarks, like a 14th-century courtyard that was a key location for the 1960s counterculture movement. Explore Vibrant Neighborhoods & Dutch Delicacies After soaking in the history of Spui, your taste buds will be treated to authentic Amsterdam street food. A family-run stand, a local favorite since the 1980s, will offer their famed herring and kibbeling for you to try. No Amsterdam food tour is complete without indulging in fries. A hidden gem, a shop operating for over 70 years, will provide you with a cone of piping hot fries drizzled with a special Dutch sauce. Crossing the canal, you'll enter the 17th-century Jordaan neighborhood. Here, a family-owned delicatessen awaits with a selection of delectable Dutch cheeses for you to savor. The final stop takes you to a cozy eatery housed in a former Dutch painter's home. Decorated in a traditional style, the eatery will offer a taste of Dutch classics: bitterballen (savory fried meatballs), stampot (mashed potato dish), and Dutch sausage, all perfectly complemented by a glass of Dutch beer.
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