With an elaborate canal system and an age-old artistic heritage, Amsterdam is a destination that offers an array of activities to keep you occupied for days on end. However, a trip to Netherlands' capital city would definitely not be complete without a visit to three of the most scenic spots you'll find in the area - Keukenhof, Zaanse Schans, and A'DAM Lookout. Luckily, this guided day tour will take you right to these popular attractions at a leisurely pace so you can fully take in the sites as you please. Your first stop is at Keukenhof, also known as the Garden of Europe, and one of the largest and most beautiful spring gardens in the world. See millions of Dutch tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, and more planted on land stretching over 32 hectares. Then, you'll make your way 15km north of Amsterdam to Zaanse Schans, a neighborhood resembling a large open air museum where you'll find 18th and 19th century old windmills and green wooden houses scattered around the landscape. Here, you'll also find workshops, bakeries, cheese and dairy factories and more! Your helpful guide will fill you in on all the traditional folk customs of the area, as well as the way of life of the community. Your last stop - and probably the most exciting attraction - is the 22 storey A'DAM Lookout, where you can get views overlooking the winding canals, as well as 360 degree views of the entire Amsterdam. In addition to the spectacular scenery, the observation deck offers a variety of interactive exhibits that will give you more insight on the rich history of the city. As a plus, you can even challenge yourself or a companion to take a ride of Europe's highest swing - 'Over the Edge' - and feel the thrill as you swing over the edge of the 100m tall building!