Loved it. Best cheeses I have ever eaten. Bought the city pass for canal boats, trains, and buses. Totally worth it.
Visited: Apr 26, 2019
Happpppppppy the whole day. You must do a canal tour and visit the red light district,
Visited: Apr 20, 2018
First time in Amsterdam and loved every minute, chose to see on foot during the day and explored the city, early evening took a canal boat trip, very interesting.
Visited: Oct 15, 2018
The Rjik's museum, Anne Frank House and a canal boat tour are all worthwhile
Visited: Jun 11, 2017
We spent three days prior to the cruise here and ranked this city #1 of all those visited on this cruise. Great vibe, plenty to do, and friendly people. Keep your eyes on the bikes! We booked our own hotel and excursions and transportation to/from the cruise ship terminal. Check out Hotel Fita if you need a convenient, small boutique hotel with a nice breakfast in a great location (close to the Rikksmuseum, Van Gogh museum, outer canal, and trams). For excursions, try Mike's Bike Tours, the Blue Boat Canal tour for a night cruise (9:30 was a great time in summer), the Van Gogh Museum and the Hop on Hop Off canal boat tour. Pompa is also a nice restaurant close to the hotel.
Visited: Jul 25, 2018
One of main reasons for selecting the cruise....this port gets us to a great part of Europe. Amsterdam expensive and big city, but a great location to end the cruise and see more of Europe.
Visited: May 04, 2019
Took a canal boat ride, visited a couple of museums and had a nice time at Rijksmuseum. If you go there, visit Anne Frank House where she held up hiding from the Germans during WWII. Very moving experience. Book on line ahead of time, it's very busy to get into.
Visited: Jan 22, 2019
Really enjoyed Amsterdam.Vibrant but very,very crowded. If you are going on canal trip go early and use one of the small boats. They go down the small canals. Much more interesting.
Visited: Mar 22, 2019
We arrived here 3 days before the cruise and found the city to be friendly. We did the tour of Anne Frank's hiding place which was very informative.
Visited: Aug 11, 2019
Loved Amsterdam. We stayed 2 nights after we disembarked. Went to the Anne Frank Museum and was amazed at the story and what they had to go through, actually seeing and being in the rooms where they had to hide for 2 years. We also went to Albert Cuyp Market and tried the Stroopwaffles and pickled herring. Both were amazing. Getting the stroopwaffle hot off the press with a slather of caramel in the center as life changing. My wife would not try the herring, but it was also excellent. Not at all fishy as you would expect, very clean tasting, covered with chopped onions and served with a pickle. One thing to note, if you and to see the Anne Frank Museum, buy you tickets online. They go on sale 2 months before they day you want to go. If you wait, you will most likely not get in. Also, although you do not need a 2 month window like you do for the Anne Frank, you will need to buy your ticket to Van Gogh or Rijksmuseum museums, which we found out the hard way. We were able to visit Rembrandt's house museum, which is different that the Rijksmuseum. It is the house where Rembrandt lived for 20 years painting, teaching and dealing in art. We did not have to pre-purchase tickets for the house, we were able to just walk in a visit.
Visited: May 04, 2019
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