Amsterdam guided walking tour and beer tasting
- Visit the famous Dam Square and the Old Church
- Delve into art history and see the house of the famous artist, Rembrandt
- Enjoy a relaxing beer tasting in de Pijp neighborhood
Go for an adventure through the Golden Age of Amsterdam and have a relaxing beer tasting afterwards.
Find out about how the first multinational corporation (VOC) changed Amsterdam into the wealthiest city in the world. For the first time in history, civilians received more power than some royal families in Europe. This situation in 17th century Amsterdam was unheard of and was the reason that people lived comfortable lives.
It was also the start of modern liberal Dutch life as we know it today. Discover how people coped with living in a world where the civilians were in charge instead of the nobility or the church. During this walking tour you will pass by distinguished landmarks such as Dam Square, Hermitage Museum and Amstel Hotel. See also the Old Church and the old East India House.
After the walk you will relax in de Pijp neighborhood and enjoy a tasting of four different beers together with some typical Dutch appetizers.
- Live guide
- 4 special beers (15cl)
- Appetizer (Amsterdams Plankje)
Meet your guide at the National Monument on Dam Square, look for the guide with a black umbrella.
- Tour runs daily at 2.00pm
- Closed on 24, 25, 26, 31 December; 1 January; 10, 27, 29 April; and 4, 5, May
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