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Seven Deadly Sins of the Red Light District plus Tasting

1. Seven Deadly Sins of the Red Light District plus Tasting

Meet your guide in front of the main entrance of the Royal Palace on Dam Square, then set off on this alternative adventure in and around the Red Light District of Amsterdam. Together we will find out why Amsterdam is called Sin City! Start off with a stroll around the town center, with its old buildings and picturesque streets. Pass by some of Amsterdam’s most iconic squares like Dam Square and Nieuwmarkt, visit the Zeedijk, the Condomerie, eat chocolate, see the Red Light District with its naughty narrow alleys, and end your tour in a local brewery where you can stay a bit longer to recover from all the impressions!

Amsterdam Winter Walking Tour

2. Amsterdam Winter Walking Tour

Discover the magic of Amsterdam in the winter on a 2-hour winter wonders walking tour, and see the city highlights, popping from warm place to warmer places, all the while listening to the city's inner secrets as told by a local guide in your chosen language. Start your tour at magnificent Dam Square, and hear how Amsterdam was founded in the 13th century. Pass by Amsterdam's most romantic bridges and centuries-old churches. Pass the dignified tower of Munttoren, go to the hidden inner court complex of the Begijnhof, and savor the fragrance of fresh flowers in the Flower Market. End your tour opposite to the Anne Frank House.

Amsterdam: Instagram Scenic Photo Spots & Moco Museum Tour

3. Amsterdam: Instagram Scenic Photo Spots & Moco Museum Tour

During this half-day tour, you will go around Amsterdam, visit and photograph the most scenic spots of this picturesque city, with a professional photographer. Begin with a visit to the trendy Moco Museum, home of Banksy, with its distinct art, photogenic staircases and weird backgrounds. Head towards the De Pijp neighborhood, famous for its numerous trendy local bars and cafes, inspiring wall art and well-known local market, Albert Cuyp, where a traditional herring eating picture will be taken (don’t worry, you don’t have to eat it if you don’t want to). See the canal houses and romantic bridges. Enjoy a quick visit to one of Amsterdam's beautiful parks and a wonderful tram ride through the Utrechtsestraat, a fashionable street full of design shops and boutiques. The ride ends in Rembrandt Square where you will be photographed standing in between the characters of the well-known Night Watch from the Golden Age painter, Rembrandt. Pose in front of the canal houses and romantic bridges like the love lock bridge and many others. You won't miss the opportunity to see the drunken houses, the Amstel river, the Southern and Western Churches. As your photographer is also your tour guide, get ready for some entertainment, as well as historical storytelling along the way. Last but not least, on the widest bridge of Amsterdam, with a breathtaking view of the canal houses on the background, you will be photographed on one of these typical bikes. Your tour will end at Restaurant Prins van Oranje, in front of the Anne Frank House, where you can check out your pictures easily, scanning your personal QR code while enjoying a nice coffee or tea.

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What people are saying about Restaurant Prins van Oranje

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 20 reviews

The excursion we did was very good! Our tour guide explained each place we passed very well. It was our first time in Amsterdam, and getting to know a little bit about the city with so many explanations from our tour guide, made us even more enchanted by this incredible and wonderful city. We advise this service for those people who are thinking of coming here!

Our guide Margaux was very engaging and made us discover unusual places in Amaterdam. Really available, he also gave us half an hour more than the time scheduled for this tour, which ended with a well-deserved snack. Hot chocolate is very welcome after the walk with a harsh climate in early January. Also suitable for children.

Peter showed us streets away from tourism and how the city has changed for the better in recent years. The train station is beautiful.

Manuel was great! It’s nice to get a locals perspective and knowledge. We learned things we would never have noticed on our own.

It was a great tour our tour guide was great. To recommend