The Amsterdam is known as “Venice of the North”, where the Canal tour is a most popular tourist attraction of the country. This was established in 1621 when Queen Elisabeth Stuart of Bohemia was welcomed into the city through the bridges and canal sides. Every year more than 3 million visitors enjoy the tour. The history of Amsterdam is fully connected with water. It is mainly used for the purpose of trade and transport. This consists of 170 boats in Amsterdam to take people on a cruise. The boat offers a wide range of possibilities and also offers guided tours to dinner cruises which take around 2 to 150 persons. By Canal Bus, during the day and night time we can hop on and hop off anywhere enjoying with the luxurious four course dinner. The operators of cruise include Rederij Welvaren from pub cruise to a deluxe dinner. Rederij Vlaun (a beautiful saloon boat), Blue Boat Company, Rederij Lieve, Canal Bus, Canal Bike, etc.
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How to Reach:
By Metro: The nearest metro station is Nieuwmarkt. Take the metro number 53 from Centraal Station Gaasperplas or metro number 54 from Gein Centraal Station.
By Bus: Get the bus number 16 or 24.
Tickets: The day time city canal cruise is € 1300 p.p., evening cruise is € 15.50 and dinner cruise is € 62.50.
Timings: The length of the visit is 1 to 2 hours.
Address: Amsterdam Canal Cruise, Nicolaas Witsenkade 1a, Amsterdam 1017.
Telephone: (0)20 626 5636."