Allow yourself to be seduced by "The Dutch Venice" with this excursion to the pastoral region of Giethoorn, where you will pass through its famous canals in a delightful boat trip.
Giethoorn Day Trip
At the arranged time the tour leaves the centre of Amsterdam, travelling northwards for an hour and a half across Holland. There we arrive at the picturesque town of Giethoorn: a municipality which finds on its border the Weerribben-Wieden National Park, one of Holland's most beautiful natural spaces.
Having arrived at the outskirts of the town, the tour leaves the bus to enjoy a trip by boat through the canals of Giethoorn. This means of transport is the only way to access the centre of the town, and during the crossing you will have the opportunity to contemplate typical Dutch houses and the wooden bridges which allow you to cross from one canal bank to the other.
The tour will also teach you about the history of Giethoorn, where the absence of motor vehicles is what gives this beautiful town its nickname: "The Dutch Venice." Having concluded the boat trip, you will have time to have lunch in the town, a perfect opportunity to discover the gastronomy of the Netherlands.
Having eaten, the tour returns to the bus to return to Amsterdam.
- Adverse weather conditions may mean the boat trip is affected.
All of our providers comply with local legislation and applicable health recommendations regarding protective material and safety to help avoid the spread of Covid-19.
|Adults||Children between 4 and 12||Children younger than 12|
Children between 4 and 12US$ 34.90
Children younger than 12Free
The activity takes place with a guide that simultaneously speaks in English and other languages.
English speaking guide.
Boat trip through the canals of Giethoorn.
Food and drinks.
When to book?
Book as soon as possible to guarantee availability, especially during public holidays and festivities.
We will send you a voucher that you can show on your phone to take part in the activity.
Frequently asked questions
Q - Is it better to take the excurson during the week or on the weekend?
A - It makes little difference, as it tends to be just as busy at the weekend and on weekdays.
34 De Ruijterkade, in Amsterdam Central Station.