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Free Walking Tours Amsterdam

When the word “Free” is listed in advertising or Url, if you’re like me, you’re wondering “what’s the catch?”For once, we were not caught off guard as we visited Amsterdam and signed up to one of its Free Walking tours. Run by Freewalkingtoursamsterdam.com who offer insight into this booming hipster city’s history and its landscape. The tour which runs daily from 10.30, 1.30 and 4.00pm is roughly 2.5 hours long and comes equipped with a true Deutch guide to drop in some real truths, from food, the Red Light District, the Jewish quarter and the leaning buildings of Amsterdam.

We were really in love with our walkthrough, the ease of booking and of course that this is offered free to tourists. At the end, you can give the guide what you felt the tour was worth, which is the only form of income the guides receive, they are just brill and we have no doubt you will love it.

You can book here and see more tours here.

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