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Private Amsterdam Red Light District and Food Tour

Highlights
  • Private 2.5-hour food tour of Amsterdam Red Light District
  • A great way for first-time visitors to orient themselves
  • Tick off Oude Kerk (Old Church) and explore Chinatown
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Private Amsterdam Red Light District and Food Tour
From US$39.09
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Private Amsterdam Red Light District and Food Tour
From US$39.09
Overview
Discover the truth behind the famous Amsterdam Red Light District on a private 2-hour tour, a great way for first-time visitors to orient themselves in the Netherlands’ capital. As you stroll along the UNESCO-listed Amsterdam Canal Ring, you’ll pass Oude Kerk (Old Church) and explore Chinatown. Plus, stop to sample three Dutch specialities, including cheese, kroket (croquette), and stroopwafel (thin waffles).
What to Expect

Explore Amsterdam's notorious Red Light District and learn about Dutch food culture with this 2-hour private tour. Start off this tour at the central station of Amsterdam where you will meet your private tour guide. Walk to the Red Light District and see several of the well-known sights like the Old Church, China Town, the first Coffee-shop and the narrowest street of Amsterdam. Your knowledgeable local guide will provide you with an educational insight on Amsterdam's Red Light District and coffee shop culture, where you will learn about the intriciacies of Dutch law, how prostitution is legal, and marijuana is tolerated.

When exploring the Red Light District, you will visit several food places and have the opportunity to taste 3 local Dutch specialties.
Your guide will tell you about the history of this Dutch food and share fun anecdotes and interesting facts as well.

You can ask your guide all the questions you want about Amsterdam, he will know all the best restaurants, food places and information about the city. He will give you an overview of the the best food places of Amsterdam and spots only known by locals.

The tour will end at the Dam Square of Amsterdam.

Reviews (13)
1 - 5 of 7 reviews
Reviewed 3 June 2018
Red Light, 5 Star Green Light tour

Great tour, relaxed with enough time for all the questions we had and an extended food break when the rain came pouring down. Our trip started at 13:30, I'd say you appreciate the architecture more in the light as this tour is far more than...More

Thank SteveB7695
Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile
I recommend this tour

I honestly wasn't looking forward to a private tour because last time we had one with a different company was an awful experience. This private tour wasn't anything like that, it was entertaining, fun, funny. Our tour guide tony was very easy to talk to...More

1  Thank Marlene H
Reviewed 29 March 2018
Highly entertaining tour and guide

My group and I were reluctant about having another private tour because we had had a different private tour with a different company the day before that did not go so well. But Tony exceeded our expectations. Not only was he well informed about the...More

1  Thank Celina H
Reviewed 28 March 2018
Fun and exciting tour

Tony was very personable and took us to the fun spots at the red light district that we probably wouldn't found on our own. Also we were able to taste a local delicacy Poffertjes (small dutch pancake). They made it on the spot so it...More

2  Thank guiselah2017
Reviewed 28 January 2018
Interesting!

This was my very first visit! what can i say! It was very interesting and real, It's way of life ! If your not broadminded then don't pay a visit ! I enjoyed passing through and seeing different enviroments , pay a visit!

1  Thank flake74
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