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Mallorca Free Tour is for the general public and with small groups. Just discover the history and emblematic buildings of the old city of Palma! Furthemore you will learn about secret places, corners and Majorcan lifestyle. Ask to your guide the best places to enjoy the island! No booking reservation is required!
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What’s better than exploring Amsterdam in a way where you don’t have to spend any money? We made you a list with free things to do in Amsterdam. Take a look at it & even better: take a look in Amsterdam with our recommendations!
1. Free walking tour (360 Amsterdam tours)
Of course our first recommendation is one of our great Free Tours. We offer Free Tours every day in English and Spanish. During this 2-hour walking tour you can discover Amsterdam and its historical center. Visit our office at Dam Square or look for the guides with the orange umbrellas 15 minutes before one of our free tours starts!
Spanish: 11am, 1pm, 4 pm | English: 11am, 1 pm, 3 pm
2. Free ferry + NDSM-Werf
The ferries behind the central station of Amsterdam are for free. You have different directions to go to, but the NDSM-Werf is really worth seeing. Here you can find lots of art-linked aspects. Think about graffiti, an abandoned shipyard, boats and trams. Discover a different side of Amsterdam!
For the timetable of the ferries take a look at: http://maps.gvb.nl/en/lijnen/905
3. The bridge with a view of 15 bridges
With lots of canals in the city center, it is naturally that you will find lots of bridges as well. There is one special bridge, which gives you the view of 14 other bridges at that one specific spot. Come here at night to experience the romantic atmosphere of all those bridges and lights.
You find this bridge in between the overlap of the Reguliersgracht and the Herengracht (next to Rembrandtplein, at the Thorbeckeplein).
4. OBA Public Library
This public library of Amsterdam offers you a great view of the city.
This library, with its seven floors and more than 600 computers, […]
July 20, 2017
Did you know that every year more than 3 million people enjoy a canal cruise in Amsterdam? There are three ways to see Amsterdam: by foot, by bike or with a canal cruise. By boat?! Yes, by boat. Amsterdam is famous for its UNESCO 17th century canal district. The best way to see these canals with beautiful bridges, gorgeous (expensive) houses and local shops and restaurants is in a boat. There are many different companies offering canal cruises in Amsterdam, because there is so much demand for it.
Most asked question in wintertime: ‘Is it a closed boat with a roof?’ Luckily, most boats are closed. With the unpredictable Dutch weather, it is recommended to stay dry when it is raining and go for a closed boat cruise. The boats are nice and warm inside and usually go more frequently (every 20 minutes) compared to the open boats. As the closed boats do not have a bar inside, they are flexible when it comes to bringing your own beverages. The prices for these canal cruises in Amsterdam usually vary between €15 and €18. And most of them leave in front of Central Station.
There are different options to enjoy a canal cruise in Amsterdam. For example, there are small open boats with a very intimate atmosphere, only leaving when the weather is good enough. With the first raindrop the open boat will cancel the cruise. On some open boat cruises there is one drink included. That’s why the prices are a bit higher compared to the closed boat cruises.
Do you want more advice on which company is the best company to do a cruise with or you want to buy tickets in advance so you can skip […]