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Amsterdam Small-Group, Guided Evening Canal Cruise with Bar on Board
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Amsterdam Small-Group, Guided Evening Canal Cruise with Bar on Board

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Come and join us on one of our legendary and Tripadvisor top 3 boat tours and get ready to cruise along the Amsterdam canals on our unique, electric boats. We have small open boats so you are able to enjoy the full experience! <br><br>On our 1 hour evening cruise you will explore Amsterdam, its famous landmarks, culture, and rich trading history whilst relaxing on our luxury boat. At night all the bridges light up in the city so it will feel like sailing through a fairytale. The cruise will be done with a small group of people, so expect an interactive tour, with enough space for questions and any needed recommendations for your further stay in Amsterdam. Our canal cruise is a great alternative compared to those old-school tourist canal boats that your grandma probably recommended.
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vamsally wrote a review Jan 2020
Seattle, Washington698 contributions219 helpful votes
If you are tourist, you really can't avoid this area. The church is nothing much to look at inside, but all around, lots of interesting things to look at.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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adspharm wrote a review Dec 2019
Oxford, United Kingdom252 contributions168 helpful votes
The church was hosting an art installation for several months, until April 2020 which involved blackout of the windows and just a few candle-lit stands. As a result it was virtually TOTALLY DARK and walking was hazardous especially for anyone with difficulty walking; the floor slabs are uneven and dangerous. We were told that photography is allowed! Oh yes, in the dark? None of the lovely architecture could be seen at all. We were charged 15 euros each for entry to see this total nonsense. Don’t visit until and unless they get rid of this un-Christian trick.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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LostALot22 wrote a review Jun 2019
Chicago, Illinois9,688 contributions1,071 helpful votes
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This old church sits right in the middle of the red light district. It’s a nice church. The tower is high and makes for good pictures. And there is some space around it to rest and the rest of the area is pretty crowded.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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alostyankee wrote a review Aug 2018
Lousiana174 contributions75 helpful votes
A waste of 10 euros! Currently there is an artist installation in which all the windows, including the stained glass ones, are covered in red cellophane type material so the entire inside is red tinted! I couldn’t even read the information pamphlet without a flashlight. There is no pamphlet or display about the history of the church. Nothing. There was also a loud group of young girls taking crazy photos inside and being loud. I thought the bell tower would make the admission fee worth it, but was told by the employee/volunteer that a separate organization runs that for an additional charge! Too many other historical structures to see in Amsterdam, don’t waste your money here! Ridiculous.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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PrestonGuild wrote a review Feb 2018
United Kingdom52,767 contributions2,624 helpful votes
Oudekerkstoren is a beautifully tall church tower that that dates back to the thirteenth century. The tower was raised in the sixteenth century and stands out as you wander in the vicinity.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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