Women’s Travel Tip: Walking Tour in Amsterdam

by | Dec 1, 2019

amsterdam walking tour

Last updated on June 25th, 2021


“It was my very first trip to Amsterdam and we decided to take a walking tour around the city. I can’t say enough about “Who is Amsterdam Tours, an experience that gives you an intimate view on real life, with real people while in Amsterdam. I did this walking tour with my husband and son and feared they would be bored wandering the streets of the city. I was so wrong… Alexandra is the owner and delivers the tours in the most touching way. We could have walked with her for days if she would have let us!!⠀ ⠀

Meandering through the canals with a group of 10 from around the world, we met with a cannabis shop owner, a sex worker, a house boat owner, and an entrepreneur who should be a comedian… and we shared our personal stories at Brouwerij De Prael, a craft beer pub and microbrewery in the Red Light District on Oudezijds Armsteeg. It is operated as a social enterprise employing all walks of life.”⠀

– Andrea, New York

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