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Led by a local guide
Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product
Pass By: Dam Square, Amsterdam, North Holland Province
Amsterdam is a city like no other, known for its iconic landmarks and monuments and also for its coffee shops, bicycles, and prostitution. As you’ll learn on this 2-hour guided walk the city is also well known for its liberal laws, alternative housing arrangements, and being the first in the world to recognise marriage equality. Delve into the alternative scene that makes Amsterdam a must-visit destination for visitors interested in subcultures. Explore such facets of Amsterdam society as the post-WWII housing crisis that led to the phenomenon of living in boats or in squats, and the counterculture movements that developed into today’s unmatched cityscape of unique coffee shops and street art. This is the real Amsterdam - the side of the city that locals love, and that visitors come to experience. This tour is a must for anyone really wanting to really experience this unique city!
Entrance to Moco Museum (optional)
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Food and drinks
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Children under the age of 13 may join free, however, please note that some content may not be suitable for younger guests. Children must be accompanied.
A small amount of walking is involved, comfortable shoes are recommended
Near public transportation
Transportation is wheelchair accessible
Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
Most travelers can participate
Please note that depending on the route the guide chooses, the tour may end next to Dam Square, next to Cannabis College or by Westerkerk
The independent guides who employ us to market their tours have your best interests in mind; while the tour usually includes the sites & stories mentioned and lasts about 2 hours, your tour may vary depending on what your guide thinks is best for your group
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 40 travelers