Old City Centre Student Group Walking Tour

From EUR €10.00
  • Duration: 150 Minutes (approx.)

The tour is a story of the city's history. From a small fishing village in 13th century to the modern day as one of the world's most liberal and cosmopolitan cities. This three hour tour takes you away from the tourists through the complicated narrow streets of one of Europe's most intact historic city centre´s and helps you get you bearings. 

Understand how Amsterdam entered its Golden Age in the 17th Century creating the world famous Canal Rings. When the city was the center for world trade and finance and a beckon of Enlightenment thinking. Realise the tragedy of Nazi occupation in the WWII and the story of Anne Frank. Learn about Amsterdam's wonderful architecture and the practicality of Dutch design. Stroll through the famous Red Light District and Amsterdam's World Heritage Listed Canals. 

This 2.5 hour Tour in part Covers:

- The Jewish Quarter
- Royal Palace
- The New Church
- The National Monument
- Dutch East Indies Company
- Anne Frank 
- The Red Light District
- World Heritage Listed Canals

Bookings are essential.

Meeting Point: Central Amsterdam. This can be arranged on booking with our support staff.

Minimum Group: 10 students. Groups larger than 15 will be provided a group discount.

Duration: 2.5 hours

Start time: This is to be arranged with our support staff.

Tour includes: Tour guide

Payment: to be in cash on the day. Receipt to be provided on payment