Local Experience, First Time Visitor, City
Kid Friendly: Yes. With children the itinerary will be changed somewhat; we will pass by the zoo for example.
suitable for most people with mobility issues although you have to be able to enter the rickshaw.
Maximum travelers: 2
German (advanced), French (basic), Dutch (fluent), English (fluent)
Join me to get a great first impression of Amsterdam
The ideal way to see Amsterdam for couples with limited mobility!
In just 2 hours we pass by all the major scenic points in the historic heart of Amsterdam: many scenic canal intersections and views on the canals, many characteristic 16th, 17th and 18th century buildings, and the main scenic squares (Rembrandt Square, Museumsquare, Nieuwmarkt). I'll explain a lot about the city.
The rickshaw is able to enter many alleyways and streets where the cars can not, we climb the highest bridges with the most scenic views on the canals. It is able to reach off-the water locations where boats cannot get.
In case it would start raining I will close the transparent rain cover and you will still be able to see all the scenic points.
Of course, I explain you about the city, it's history and present.
We tour around the historic center of Amsterdam for 2 hours. It's your tour, you decide whether we should take a break and should focus on (Jewish heritage, Second World War in Amsterdam, typical 17th century architecture, modern architecture, pass by one of the 3 Red Light Districts).
- In case you don't have specific interests I will pass by:
- Many picturesque canal views
- The Museum Square
- Seven Bridges
- Amstel River
- Skinny bridge
- Anne Frankhuis
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Wherever in the center, or at the Cruise Terminal, or your hotel as to your preference.
End location: Wherever in the center, or at the Cruise Terminal, or your hotel as to your preference.
Duration: 2 hours
- the sightseeing tour by rickshaw
- my guidance and explanation
- eventual spendings for food and drinks
- I can not provide tours of Anne Frank House, or provide tickets for it.
- Taking pictures of women in the red light district is strictly prohibited