Amsterdam City Sightseeing Hop On Hop Off Bus and Boat
Amsterdam City Sightseeing Hop On Hop Off Bus and BoatWhat's the best way to discover Amsterdam? With a Hop On / Hop Off sightseeing bus tour that makes twelve...
DescriptionAmsterdam City Sightseeing Hop On Hop Off Bus and BoatWhat's the best way to discover Amsterdam? With a Hop On / Hop Off sightseeing bus tour that makes twelve stops around the city. View Amsterdam's many neighborhoods and four major squares as your bus twists among the many narrow streets connected by bridges.In the Jordaan District, you can find fine art, fashion and more. Once a workers' housing area, slum and a Bohemian neighborhood, the district is now one of the most expensive and choicest districts in the city. It is home to Noorderkerk Church and on Sundays, the adjacent Noordermarkt, the first farmers market in the Netherlands. It is also home to perhaps the most well-known "secret" hiding place, the Anne Frank House.At Dam Square, you will find the National Monument, the Royal Palace, New Church (Nieuwe Kerk), De Bijenkorf (the Beehive) and Madame Tussaud's Wax MuseumIn the Museum Quarter (old South District), you will find the Rijksmuseum, the country's national museum, as well as the Van Gogh Museum, which houses the largest collection of the artist's works. Nearby you can also find a diamond factory.In addition, at one of the stops you will have the option to take a 60-minute canal cruise to see Amsterdam from a different perspective.Please Note: There is 1 bus route and 2 boat routes with varying schedules and tour durations. The Red Bus Route runs every 20 minutes and it takes approximately 65 minutes to complete the route without getting off. The Green and Blue Boat Routes run every 30 minutes and take approximately 70 to 120 minutes to complete the routes without getting off. During winter months, only the Red Bus Route and the Green Boat Route operate. The Blue Boat Route resumes operation during the summer. The tours are narrated in English, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Catalan, Dutch, Arabic, Hebrew, and Swedish. First and last tour times vary by route and will be detailed in your electronic ticket.The Red Bus Route includes the following stops:Central StationDe RuijterkadePassenger Terminal AmsterdamGassan DiamondsJewish Cultural QuarterRoyal Theater CarreHeineken ExperienceMuseum SquareLeidsepleinJordaanWesterdokThe Green Boat Route includes the following stops:Central Station EastPassenger TerminalNEMO Science-MuseumDiamond FactoryIce Bar / Rembrandtplein / City HallGouden BochtRijksmuseum / LeidsepleinSpiegelgrachtHermitage Amsterdam
Numerous bus stops throughout Amsterdam. The closest stop is at the cruise ship pier.