Take a canal cruise and float leisurely along the canals and under the bridges and admire the unique architecture and street life.
Amsterdam is often referred to as 'Venice of the North'. 100 km of canals (grachten) divide the city into smaller islands, connected by beautiful historic bridges. The most famous canals are the Herengracht, Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht. They form the unique ring of canals, the Canal Belt (Grachtengordel) of Amsterdam, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A canal tour is a great way to view the city from a different angle. Daytime canal cruises and evening canal cruises (or candlelight cruises) operate throughout the year. If you're more a romantic type of traveler you should go for a candlelight cruise in the evening. Reservations are not required for individuals for regular daytime tours.
Compare prices, cruise type and duration
Prices of simular canal cruises that are offered by different shipping companies vary from approx. €8 for children and €16 for adults for a daytime cruise to approx. €75 for a luxurious dinner cruise.
|City Canal Cruise Best Choice||1:15 h||€18 / €8.50||Rijksmuseum area||Blue Boat info_outline|
|100 Highlights Cruise||1 h||€18 / €10||Central Station area||Stromma info_outline|
|Amsterdam Day Canal Cruise||1 h||€16 / €10||Central Station area||Lovers|
|100 Highlights Cruise||1 h||€16 / €8||Central Station area||Gray Line|
|Regular Canal Cruise||1 h||€11 / €7||Central Station area||Rederij Plas|
|Regular Canal Cruise||1 h||€11 / €7||Spui area||Rederij Kooij|
|The Ultimate Amsterdam Experience||1 h||€15 / €8.50||Dam area||Friendship|
Above prices are for Adults (13 years and older) and Children (4-12). Infants (0-3) can board free.
info_outline Stromma and Blue Boat Company offer discounts when you purchase your ticket online