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For your convenience, we offer three (3) standard tours. All of these visit most of the important landmarks and significant tourist spots. These routes are the 3 most popular tours we have on offer during all our years of operation.
These routes are:
Deze route starts and terminates at our own Haarlemmermeerstation built in 1915. You are immediately immersed in a different era before you even board the tram. During this tour you will see most of the significant landmarks and tourist spots that Amsterdam has to offer. On this tour we have two possible photo opportunities, at the Plantage Parklaan near the Wertheimpark or at Dam Square in the city Centre.
This route takes you, and brings you back, to the heart of our city: Dam Square. During this tour you will see most of the significant landmarks and tourist spots that Amsterdam has to offer. You can take your pictures at Dam Square or we can add an extra photo opportunity at the Plantage Parklaan near the Wertheim Park at your convenience.
This route takes you from the oldest Zoo in the Netherlands (since 1838) and the fifth oldest zoo in the world and brings you along for most of the more significant landmarks and tourist-spots of our beautiful Amsterdam. We offer two possible photo opportunities on this route, at the Plantage Parklaan near the Wertheim Park at the beginning of the route, or at the heart of our city: Dam Square.
If you wish for something more exclusive, we can consult on creating your very own special tour. We do have to mention that a custom package, due to the extra effort and work required from us, has an additional surcharge of 10% on the total amount of the rental.
In that case, please choose the Custom package in the form below and tell us what you want, what your desired boarding point is, and where you want to get off. Also tell us whether it is a tour or transport from point a to point b and how long you want the ride to last. We can go directly from your starting point to your desired final destination, but we can also make the route even more fun by driving it via a slightly longer “tourist route”.