Embark on the canals of Amsterdam for a visit of the city and one of the most famous ports in the world, then visit the Rijksmuseum, the largest museum in the Netherlands which will show you the masterpieces of Dutch Golden Age painters and much more.
Start with a walk on the city's canals, embark on an electric boat for an hour-long cruise, giving you an overview of the city as you tour it and explaining its history and the building stages of its neighborhoods with their traditional architecture houses. You will be able to enjoy the view of the monuments while listening to the audioguide on the boat, which will also make an incursion into the city's iconic port.
This walk will be ideal to find your way around your future peregrinations. You can then head to the Rijksmuseum for a rendez-vous with History and take advantage of your skip-the-line ticket to enter the museum hassle-free. The building was built by the architect Pierre Cuypers and is a combination of Gothic and Renaissance elements.
Restored and renovated from 2003 to 2013, the Rijksmuseum has one of the largest art collections in the world. This vast art collection includes many works from the Dutch Golden Age. You can admire Vermeer's masterpieces such as The Milkmaid, Rembrandt's Night Watch or the Merry Drinker of Frans Hals, in one of the most prestigious museums in the world, which is also home to a rich collection of Asian art objects.
Step 1 - Pick-up your tickets at the Lindbergh boutique
Step 2 - Go to LOVERS Canal Cruises
Step 3 - Go to the Rijksmuseum
Pick up your tickets at the Lindbergh shop, Damrak 26.
All sales are final and subject to a 100% cancellation fee
Skip the Line