Visit the world-famous 17th century capital of Holland, Amsterdam.

Enjoy the historic buildings, beautiful museums and pleasant ambiance. Amsterdam is a unique city! With a downright raunchy red-light district on the one hand and some of the world’s very best museums on the other, cosmopolitan Amsterdam takes its contradictions in its stride.

A good tour is always a great way to start exploring a city and to understand its history. A relaxing boat ride is popular and recommended. Get off the beaten track and discover the neighbourhoods and surroundings of Amsterdam. Explore the cosy streets of De Pijp or the urban jungle of Amsterdam Noord; every neighbourhood has its own charm and identity.

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Amsterdram Ice Bar Experience

Amsterdam Ice Bar Tour

From £30 per person

Enjoy a unique visit to the coolest bar in town, the Amsterdam Icebar, whereas the name suggests, everything from the walls through to the glass, is made out of ice!!!

Inside the Amsterdam Icebar Xtracold you will find two bars. In the lounge you can sit down, relax and drink your free welcome cocktail or large Heineken while enjoying the music. As you enter the second bar made from a staggering 60 tons of natural ice, you will be given a thermal coat and gloves to keep you warm at -10 degrees Celsius! The furniture, the walls, the art – everything is made of ice, even your drinks will be served in a glass made of ice. Your ticket includes three tokens which you can trade-in for any of the frozen drafts from the ice back shelves.

Amsterdam Walking Tour

From £30 per person

There’s no better way to experience the city of Amsterdam than on foot, and with knowledgeable and experienced tour guides, you’ll get to know the real Amsterdam the way it was intended. The Amsterdam Walking Tour is led by expert guides who have all the answers to your questions and are fluent in Spanish and English. This fantastic Amsterdam walking tour will visit the Dam Square, the notorious Red-Light District, and the famous beguinage Begijnhof. You’ll also sample the delightful flavours of the Netherlands, including stroopwafels (thin baked waffles with syrup filling), herring (local pickled herring) and jenever (great Dutch gin)!

Amsterdam Walking Tour

Amsterdam Heineken Experience

Amsterdam Heineken Experience

From £35 per person

Home to the newly renovated Heineken museum and housing a rustic brewery, this excursion will have you taking pictures at every turn.
The building was officially transformed into a museum in 2001 and has since become a tourist hotspot and one of the Dutch landmarks with millions of visitors annually. You will be free to wander through the exhibition on The Heineken Experience and learn how the one-of-a-kind beers are made. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to take a fun photoshoot, taste-test several beers, and even take two along with you!

The official Heineken Brewery Tour is exciting and fascinating every step of the journey. You will admire the massive copper vats that were used to brew the very first Heineken drafts as you learn about the enchanting Dutch company. It is full of modern technology and interactive exhibits with commentary available in nine languages! The hour and a half long walking tour concludes with a stop at the initial factory bar where you can relax with two free drinks.

Amsterdam Red Light Secrets

From £28 per person

The Red-Light Secrets museum is housed in a historic 17th-century house on the Oudezijds Voorburgwal canal, in the middle of the Red-Light District.
Unlike in the rest of the district, pictures are allowed and even encouraged in Red Light Secrets. This educational attraction aims to remove the taboo from the topic of prostitution and provide a unique peek into the ins and outs of the business.

You will be able to sit behind one of the famous windows where the sex workers famously try to attract customers on the street, learn about the history of the trade and experience a day in the life of a working girl.

Amsterdam Red Light Secrets

Big City Bike Tour

Amsterdam - Big City Bike Tour

From £39 per person

The Amsterdam Bike Tour Extended is the perfect way to experience everything the city has to offer! This incredible travel experience is led by a professional guide. The guide will assist in any way they can to make your Amsterdam travel experience perfect.

The route covers all the best attractions in Amsterdam, from the incredible Museumplein to the Anne Frank House, to the notorious Red-Light District!
Put on your helmet and get ready to ride in the most bikeable capital city in Europe. You’ll hit some of the most visited landmarks in the city, including the historic Rembrandt House and Amsterdam’s largest and loveliest park, Vondelpark. The touring bike you receive for the Amsterdam bike tour is equipped with a safety light, a comfortable seat, handbrakes and a handy rack for your personal belongings.

The Amsterdam Bike Tour Extended makes it safe and fun to discover parts of Amsterdam accessible only to bikes.

Amsterdam Hop-On Hop-Off Cruise

From £39 per person

The Amsterdam Bike Tour Extended is the perfect way to experience everything the city has to offer! This incredible travel experience is led by a professional guide. The guide will assist in any way they can to make your Amsterdam travel experience perfect.

The route covers all the best attractions in Amsterdam, from the incredible Museumplein to the Anne Frank House, to the notorious Red-Light District!
Put on your helmet and get ready to ride in the most bikeable capital city in Europe. You’ll hit some of the most visited landmarks in the city, including the historic Rembrandt House and Amsterdam’s largest and loveliest park, Vondelpark. The touring bike you receive for the Amsterdam bike tour is equipped with a safety light, a comfortable seat, handbrakes and a handy rack for your personal belongings.

The Amsterdam Bike Tour Extended makes it safe and fun to discover parts of Amsterdam accessible only to bikes.

Amsterdam Hop On Hop Off Cruise

Amsterdam Canal: 1 Hour Highlights Cruise

Amsterdam Canal One hour highlights cruise

From £21 per person

Experience Amsterdam from the water. Marvel at the cutting-edge architecture of the eastern docklands and soak-up the atmosphere of the historic ring of canals.
As you cruise through the unique UNESCO World Heritage canal district enjoy perfect views on the elegant merchants’ houses, the fabulous gables, beautiful churches, the iconic Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge) and much more!

Many buildings date from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the so-called Golden Age. Trade flourished and this is reflected in the elaborately decorated facades. Relax while the commentary entertains you with interesting stories about the canals, their bridges, the canal houses, and the houseboats. This is a ‘must do’ attraction whilst visiting Amsterdam and offers a unique vantage point for fantastic photographs of this stunning city!

Amsterdam Food By Foot

From £69 per person

A small group walking tour: Get your stomach ready for an adventure into the culinary heart of one of Europe’s most celebrated cities: amazing Amsterdam. Start this gastronomic tour by joining a friendly guide in one of the oldest squares in Amsterdam. Find out why the locals love regularly snacking on hot, salty Belgian fries by trying some yourself.

Enjoy a quick tour of one of our favourite local shopping streets, then have a taste of some traditional Dutch sausage. Next on the menu is puffed-up pancakes, an absolute must during any stay in Amsterdam. As your pancakes digest, we’ll take a stroll around the Spui neighbourhood in the centre of town where more treats await. We just love to fill you up on this tour, so please make sure you come hungry! Your Amsterdam foodie adventure will end at a distillery that dates back to the 17th century, where you can hear tales of its history and sip spirits and other traditional drinks.

Amsterdam Food by Foot

Red Light District Walking Tour

Red Light District Walking Tour

From £32 per person

Experience the wilder side of Amsterdam culture as you explore the famous Red-Light District accompanied by a reliable and trustworthy guide.

Your tour starts with a visit to the Prostitution Information Centre where you will be offered a drink and the chance to learn more about the ‘oldest profession in the world’ from a former prostitute.Hear about the unique prostitution system in Amsterdam and get answers to some the questions you may have.
Afterwards, the walk heads into the narrow streets of the Red-Light District including the renowned Zeedijk Street which in the past use to be full of sailors looking for local amusement – nowadays the area is less seedy and home to lively Dutch pubs and restaurants. Your informative guide will bring the colourful history to life and the leisurely pace affords plenty of time for questions.

Windmills, Marken & Vollendam

From £78 per person

Your half day tour starts with a scenic drive through the Dutch countryside characterised by polders and little canals as you head to the Zaanse Schans village, famous for its collection of wooden windmills. The windmills are all still in use and offer a glimpse of Dutch life in the 17th and 18th centuries when thousands of windmills were lined along the dykes and powered the Dutch economy.

Here you have a chance to explore one of the mills that still perform various functions including a saw mill, a paint mill (grinding pigments), and oil mill (grinding linseed or peanuts to draw off the oil). You will also get the chance to visit a wooden shoemaker to learn how clogs are made. Afterwards, the tour continues to the renowned fishing villages of Volendam and Marken, where you can see traditional Dutch wooden houses and locals still wear traditional colourful dress. A twenty-minute boat trip takes you between the two villages and there’s around 45 minutes free time in both Volendam and Marken to explore and shop. Your return journey to Amsterdam takes you to a cheese farm where cheese is still made using traditional techniques.

Candlelight Cruise – Cheese & Wine

Candlelight Cruise including Wine & Cheese

From £55 per person

Traversing Amsterdam’s beautifully illuminated canal system in a cosy houseboat creates the perfect setting for this romantic evening cruise.
Relax and watch this atmospheric city gently float past as you enjoy a glass of red or white wine accompanied by a selection of Dutch cheeses and nuts that will help to create the right mood.

The 2-hour cruise glides gently past many of the Dutch capitals most famous landmarks in all their night time glory, including the elegant merchant houses and former warehouses of the Canal Belt, as well as the Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge). After passing through Oosterdok, the city’s eastern docks, you will finish your cruise back at the starting point.

Rotterdam, Delft & The Hague including Madurodam

From £77 per person

Your day starts with a visit to Rotterdam, the Netherlands second city and set on the world’s largest harbour. Enjoy a tour of the city, taking in experimental architecture and eclectic collection of buildings that make Rotterdam unique. See the remarkable yellow cube houses and finish your tour by ascending the 185-metre-high Euromast Tower for spectacular views across the city.

The tour then continues to Delft. This historic 17th Century city is famous for its beautiful pottery. Here you visit one of the famous Delft Blue potteries to see the craftsmen at work. Originally a duplicate of Chinese porcelain, the production of Delft pottery began in the 17th-century. Hundreds of years later, production of this beautiful, beloved earthenware pottery is still going strong. After your Royal Delft visit, spend an hour exploring the picturesque city of Delft, and stop for lunch (own expense).

Next stop is The Hague with its government buildings and Peace Palace, here you will leave the coach to enjoy a walking tour of the area. You will also have some free time to explore the Hague before returning to Amsterdam

Rotterdam, Delft & The Hague including Madurodam