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Open boat tour - All drinks included - 60 Minutes - Live guide

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Amsterdam is best explored by water, and this affordable boat cruise gives you unobstructed views of canal-side attractions like the Anne Frank House and Hermitage Museum. The boat’s small size and comfortable seating mean you won't be jostled by crowds, and you can enjoy unlimited Heineken beer, wine, and soft drinks while gliding through Amsterdam’s UNESCO-listed waterways.
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pamela C wrote a review Sep 7
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I purchased a number of bulbs and plants from this market. Arrived home and found on opening the bags that I had paid a lot of money for a bag of compost.
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Date of experience: July 2020
Tasha wrote a review Aug 2020
Reading, United Kingdom37 contributions11 helpful votes
Definitely need to pop down to the flower markets when visiting Amsterdam! We visited in the winter during December time in the Christmas holidays, so was obviously quite busy... although visiting later during the day closer to closing hours it seemed quiet. Beautiful to walk through wether buying or sight seeing.. no flowers really availble to buy in the winter due to the time of the year, however there are lots of pretty artificial flowers to buy which are good for souvenirs :)
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Date of experience: December 2019
Emerald1SteelCity wrote a review Aug 2020
Southport, United Kingdom35 contributions10 helpful votes
Disappointing, not worth the walk. Penned as the largest floating flower market. This means some decking on the river to extend the square footage of a market stall. All stalls sell the same things, check them all out as prices differ. Mainly sell tulip bulbs to tourists. Some other bulbs and plants available. All of the stalls sell typical tourist tat, fridge magnets clogs etc. Will take you less than 30 mins to look around.
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Date of experience: August 2020
Toby wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom39 contributions6 helpful votes
Go here expecting a spectacular flower market and you'll be disappointed. There are some bits selling flowers, seeds and bulbs but no massive displays of brightly blooming buds. In fact, you might well walk past it without noticing! 'Floating' is a strong sell as the market is on permanent pontoon type structures and there is no obvious difference between the street and the floating part.
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Date of experience: July 2020
Shakir Sharfraz A wrote a review Jul 2020
Amstelveen, The Netherlands343 contributions30 helpful votes
This Amsterdam's floating flower market. There are tulip bulbs available for sale here. Lot of colourful cactuses, flytraps and bonsai were available for sale too. Lot of gardening starter kits makes it good place for hobbyists. There lot of souvenir shops around too. Good place to stroll around.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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