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Amsterdam 2 days

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This offer can be customised depends on your preference. Please let me know more about your interests (culture/food/countryside). I generally like to start my tour in Amsterdam with a 60-minute canal cruise where you can have an overview about the structure of this unique city. We can almost always go back and spend more time in the areas that spark your interest during the cruise. If you want to see more than just Amsterdam, we will also take a half day trip to the windmill village Zaanse Schans where you can admire typical Dutch houses and the countryside.

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Program

Day 1 : Overview Amsterdam

Visit Amsterdam

The recommended start time of the tour is 9AM. However, we can discuss the time to fit your preference. We start the tour with a 60-minute canal cruise where you can have an overview about the structure of this beautiful city. Afterwards, we can go back to certain areas that spark you interest. Along the way, you will be introduced to typical Dutch snacks and food. In the afternoon, we visit Dam Square, Royal Palace, WWII monument, flower market and maybe a museum of your choice. A walk in the Red Light District is also possible, but only for clients older than 18 years old.

Day 2 : Windmills and the countryside

Visit Zaanse Schans

We take the train from Amsterdam to windmill village Zaanse Schans. The journey is a pleasant 20 minute train ride that ends with 7 minute walk along the beautiful river. In the village, you can see typical Dutch houses, tradition wooden shoes workshop, cheese factory, and the inside of a working windmill. Above all, enjoy the air filled with cocoa scent and the freshness of the countryside. In the afternoon, we head back to Amsterdam and discover more charming places.

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