Canal Cruise Amsterdam Tickets
Canal Cruise Amsterdam is a fun adventure
Amsterdam is one of Europe's most popular destinations, famed for its history and culture but especially for the scores of canals and bridges that dot the city's landscape. Take a tour of this beloved metropolis by canal boat and fall in love. Canal Cruise Amsterdam tickets are available now for purchase or sale via StubHub.
Fall in love with Amsterdam's beauty
A tour of Amsterdam via canal cruise is an exhilarating way to view the landscape and the charms of the city. Amsterdam canal district is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site with more than 100 km of canals that dissect the town at various points and has more than 1,000 bridges that allow access points across the waterways. Guests can relax aboard the boat and follow the water from the town through picturesque districts and visit other landmarks that have made this city the envy of Europe. Canal Cruise Amsterdam joins Canal Cruise Heineken Experience Amsterdam, Canal Cruise Rijksmuseum Amsterdam and Lindbergh Travel as some of the city's more popular tours. There are several stops along the way that will be of great interest to travellers, such as the Margere Brug, also known as 'the Skinny Bridge,' over the River Amstel; Westerkeck Church, which has famously adorned pipe organs, and its Westertoren or 'Western Tower,' which houses an impressive 51 working bells and the Anne Frank House Museum, which is one of its most visited landmarks. Canal Cruise Amsterdam tickets are ready now to buy or sell via StubHub.
Explore The City of Bridges by Water
The canal cruise winds its way through several the neighbourhoods, including 'de Jordaan' and 'de Pijp' located in the south of the city near several canals including Herengracht, Prinsengracht and Kaisersgracht. (Trivia Tip: 'de Jordaan' has a filled in canal, Rozengracht which serves as its main drag). The Nine Streets district "Negen Straatjes" is another popular area close to the canals with names that reflect the heritage of the community, including "Reestraat" (Roe Deer Street), Berenstraat (Bear Street) and Huidenstraat (Pelts Street). If you're planning a trip to Amsterdam, a canal cruise is one of the most exciting ways to get to know the city and its many charms. The tours are held daily from 9am - 10pm (March - October) and from 9:30am - 9:30pm (October - March) and last for one hour with audio commentary in several different languages. Guests are recommended to check in a half-hour before the boat leaves from Central Station West at Prins Hendrikkade 25. Experience the adventure of Amsterdam by boat. Canal Cruise Amsterdam tickets are ready now for purchase or sale via StubHub.
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