Boat tour in Amsterdam


Old masters and new waterfronts.

The cosmopolitan, multicultural metropolis has cast a spell over us for centuries. Whether high culture or haute-cuisine, canals or canvases, Amsterdam captivates all our senses.

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It simply isn’t possible to visit the capital of the Netherlands too often. That’s because there is always something new to discover in Amsterdam, even for seasoned visitors. After your trip on the Nightjet - which runs daily from Vienna and Innsbruck - you will arrive well rested at Centraal Station and can dive straight into the hustle and bustle. The city is best discovered by bicycle - after all, the Dutch swear by theirs. It’s worth dismounting every now and then too, as a long canal tour by boat gives a good overall impression and guarantees a cheerful mood. After all, there are more canals in Amsterdam than there are in Venice and more bridges than there are in Paris.

The artistic treasures in the magnificent museums are mighty impressive too. Many of the best works by Rembrandt, Vermeer and Hals can be found in the Rijksmuseum, and for a deeper insight into the life of Van Gogh, his eponymous museum is certainly worth a visit. The exhibitions in the Stedelijk Museum are a must for fans of modern art.
So much exploring will definitely work up an appetite - just as well that you can eat dishes from all over the world in Amsterdam then. Dutch specialities such as Poffertjes, waffles, Bitterballen and not forgetting cheeses will set your taste buds alight, but why not consider an Indonesian-style Rijsttafel too? The calories? You’ll quickly burn them off when you hop back on your bike...

Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam

Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam