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The tour will begin a few meters from the Amsterdam train station. From there, we will approach Dam Square, where the city originated at the end of the 13th century. There we will see the different monuments that have marked the history of Amsterdam, from the Royal Palace and the Nieuwe Kerk, to the obelisk in honor of those who fell in World War II.

We will border the famous Red District, crossing the oldest and most beautiful canals in the city with their characteristic bridges. Photo moment!

The old Jewish quarter will be our next stop. Here you will find the Amsterdam Museum, Rembrandt’s house and one of the most famous markets in the capital, the Waterlooplein flea market.

Crossing one of the most charming shopping streets in the city, a place of inspiration for Monet, we will reach the flower market. Full of life and color, this place has become one of the most endearing in the city.

The latter will be the point where we will end the tour of Amsterdam two and a half hours later.
What monuments will we see?

On this tour of Amsterdam some of the most representative monuments and places of the city await us:

Dam Square
The Royal Palace of Amsterdam.
The Nieuwe Kerk.
Rembrandt’s house.
The Waterlooplein market.
Flower market or Bloemenmarkt.






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