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1 Hour Amsterdam Canal Cruise

4.5 585 reviews | 10K+ Booked
The canals of Amsterdam were planned and built during the Dutch Golden Age, a full stop of great achievement in the arts, sciences, trade, and engineering for this proud nation. One of the best ways to experience the grandeur of the era is on a cruise on the waterways of Amsterdam’s UNESCO World Heritage Canal District. Float past the former homes of Dutch traders and pass under the graceful bridges that cross the canals throughout the city. You will have the chance to go down the Herengracht, Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht canals that divide Amsterdam into different districts. A multi-lingual GPS audio guide will provide commentary on the many landmarks along the way. After your hour-long cruise is over, feel free to explore the area’s architectural marvels in detail on foot.
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What people are saying about Cruises in Amsterdam

Teng Xiang Desmond Published 175 days ago
What can I say, when you arrive at Amsterdam centraale stadium there is a direct booth to redeem your tourist attraction cards. There were so many places of interest to visit that we could only manage around 3-4 places max. So do plan your itinerary well and see what attractions or tourists spots interest you. Amsterdam is a great canal to.visit and this klook purchase gave us ease of travel during our stay
Wing Ki Published 589 days ago
I bought a 72-hour card, went to the Nemo Science Museum, all the art museums in the Van Gogh Museum area + Diamond Museum (small, half an hour to visit, very busy and just go nearby) and the original MOCO Museum Change to a city card for free admission, everyone who wants to go does not need to buy another ticket at klook! The most amazing thing is that the original city card includes a guided tour to visit the Ajax football stadium! If you calculate the time, you can use 4 days, but you have to calculate the time in the morning to go to the attractions where you can swipe the card to exchange tickets for the day, even if the city card expires after that day, you can use the tickets to enter. Individual measured places where you can exchange attractions tickets: NEMO Science Museum, Diamond Museum, EYE Cinema, Hermitage Amsterdam (There are three museums to see: jewelry, oil painting and Outsider art, you can get tickets separately, but if you look at the three exhibitions quickly, one Can be completed within half an hour), Jewish History Museum, Ajax vault Ruf stadium tour (take the ticket and neckband first, you can watch the time of each group online, you can queue up to enter the time, no reservation required), This is Holland 5D experience. If you go to the Netherlands for 5 days, you can buy this card for 4 days. You can find the last day to go to the windmill village, including some windmill village museum tickets (train pays). Unfortunately, I made a mistake and went to Yangjiao Village first, so I finally couldn't go to Windmill Village. After 6 days, you can play city card + Windmill Village and then Yangjiao Village.
Gifford Published 620 days ago
We had a fantastic time in Amsterdam using the I Amsterdam cards. We purchased the 72 hour pass, and we used them on the teams every day. We also used the code on the back of the pass to book our tour for the Van Gough museum, and the 1 hour Canal cruise around Amsterdam. The canal cruise was amazing, very informative and interesting and the Van Gough museum was fantastic too. Worth every penny.
VIVIAN JIA YIN Published 629 days ago
This card was so useful during my trip to Amsterdam. It allowed me to take unlimited rides of trams and metro around Amsterdam. Besides, there are free admissions for most of the museums even those outside Amsterdam. Although it is a bit pricey but I had a great trip with this card along. It will be worthy if you decided to walk around Amsterdam and visit museums.
CHHUNNARY Published 635 days ago
This was something to do in a day for 1 hour. I booked this Canal Cruise through KLOOK before coming to Amsterdam. I was thinking that I could do it at 2 PM or 3 PM since I would arrives in AmSterdam at 1 (which) probably better for photo, but my flight was delayed so have to do it after my Heinekens Experience. So I end up doing the cruise at 8PM instead. Keep in minds though this is a LOVER company canal cruise. The reasons I’m telling you all this in the review because there’s was so many company and I didn’t know which is which and because it’s didn’t say on the ticket. Or maybe it did but I ended up asking one of the company in front of the Amsterdam central for it. Overall, this is a great way to know a bit about Amsterdam and I do really really like this 1 hour canal cruise. Best for a new comers like me. Anyways, you will come across Sea Palace which is a Chinese restaurants and your tour guide might say something good about it or a place for you to try. Now don’t follow it. From my experience that Sea Palace isn’t that great. Wasted 2 hours of waiting and foods wasn’t great compares to the Sichuan Restaurant in the red district.
Joseph Christopher Published 684 days ago
The iAmsterdam Card is very useful and convenient to use for entry to the different museums such as the Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum, and Zans Museum, and it can also be used for a Canal Cruise. This is also useful for transportation within the city center, but does not cover buses outside the city.

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