Hermitage Amsterdam tickets and tours
The history of friendship between Russia and the Netherlands took its roots centuries ago, when the young tsar Peter the Great stayed in Zaandam and A...
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Experience the history of Amsterdam during your visit and get this combo ticket. Admire the old merchant houses on a canal cruise and visit the Portrait Gallery.
Discover the world of beer by visiting the Heineken Experience and relax on a 1-hour canal cruise through all the famous canals of Amsterdam.
Discover Amsterdam with a 24-hour hop-on hop-off canal cruise ticket and skip the line to admire magnificent artwork at the Rijksmuseum.
Discover what Amsterdam has to offer on a guided city tour and admire typical Dutch countryside on a visit to Marken and Volendam and see the windmills.
Book your one-hour canal cruise in Amsterdam with Musement to admire the UNESCO-protected canal district and learn about the city's amazing sights and history.
The inside story
The history of friendship between Russia and the Netherlands took its roots centuries ago, when the young tsar Peter the Great stayed in Zaandam and Amsterdam during his grand tour to Western Europe. Such a deep impression had the visit left on him that he decided to build a city of his own and no less majestic than those he had seen. And so was founded the city of Saint Petersburg, one of the largest cities in Europe and the former capital of Russia. The contacts between Amsterdam and Saint Petersburg remained, up to these days, very friendly and resulted in the foundation of the local branch of St. Petersburg’s State Hermitage Museum in Amsterdam. Museum tickets have been available to the public since June, 2009.