Private Accessible Amsterdam and Beyond Full Day Tour
Combine a visit to the vibrant Dutch capital city Amsterdam with some fun time exploring the charming Dutch country side on this Amsterdam!
Your Private Accessible Amsterdam and Beyond Full Day Tour begins when you meet your local Amsterdam guide at your central accessible Amsterdam hotel or cruise dock. Board your private accessible van for a drive to the heart of the city. Your guide has extensive experience touring with disabled clients in Amsterdam and the beautiful neighboring country side, and is ready to share interesting information and anecdotes with you as you walk/stroll your way through Amsterdam.
Escorted by your expert guide, head out on a leisure stroll starting at the famous Nieuw market. This is a typical market square dominated by a building known as the Waag, originally a gate in the Medieval city walls but converted into a weighing house after the walls were demolished in the 17th century. From here, you’ll pass by the famous Red Light District and Amsterdam’s picturesque canals, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Continue to Dam Square in the historical center of Amsterdam and Amsterdam Museum with its breathtaking exterior. You’ll also see the Amsterdam Gallery, a covered street with modern pieces of art which leads to a historical peaceful courtyard, Begijnhof. Begijnhof is one of the oldest inner courts in the city of Amsterdam. The buildings in the courtyards are tall, characteristically Amsterdam-style town-houses. There are 47 regular town houses, each with its individual aspect, and most of them with facades from the 17th and 18th century. Some of them still have Gothic wooden framework!
After some time in the inner city, your wheelchair friendly Amsterdam tour continues with a visit to Volendam, a village well known for its colorful wooden houses and the old fishing boats in its harbor, which is lined with seafood vendors. You’ll have time to explore the village, and lunch will be provided for you at a local accessible Dutch restaurant.
The last stop on this memorable accessible Amsterdam tour is the authentic Dutch Zaanse Schans, a residential area in which the 18th and 19th centuries are brought back to life. Stroll past the bakery museum and enjoy the smell of fresh bread, or take a look at the warehouse where clogs are made. Be sure not to miss the cheese factory and the various accessible historic windmills and traditional wooden houses.
After your visit here, your accessible van will be back to pick you up and escort you back to your accessible central located hotel or cruise dock.
The Private Accessible Amsterdam and Beyond Full Day Tour features:
- Private accessible transfers and convenient accessible tour routes confirmed to be wheelchair accessible (step and curb free and several accessible restrooms along the route).
- Lively commentary by a local, English-speaking accessible experienced tour guide.
- Experience Amsterdam city center on a fascinating city stroll!
- Explore the charming Dutch fishing village, Volendam, well known for its old colorful wooden houses and old fishing boats in the harbor.
- Visit the famous Zaanse Schans with its well-preserved historic windmills, traditional houses, clog museum and cheese farm.
- Nieuwmarket with the Waag
- Red Lights District
- Dutch Canal Ring
- The Dam Square
- The Amsterdam Museum
- The Amsterdam Gallery
- Fishing village Volendam
- Zaanse Schans
The Private Accessible Amsterdam and Beyond Full Day Tour has received a 5 Star Sage Accessibility Rating because it is entirely step-free, and there is no need to transfer out of your wheelchair. The transportation part of the tour takes place in an accessible van with lift
The walking part of this tour is step-free and mostly flat. Most of the time, the paved sidewalks can be used. Sometimes the sidewalks can be a challenge, because of bikes parked on the sidewalks.You will encounter some cobblestones on this tour.
Volendam – In Volendam, your guide will lead you using a step-free, flat and mostly paved route. You may encounter some mild cobblestones in certain areas.
Zaanse Schans & Zaans Museum –The village is step free, flat and most paths are paved. You will encounter a few places with mild cobblestones. You will also be able to visit one of the windmills by using a ramp. The Zaans Museum is fully accessible with a special ramp for easy access.
Tour duration: 8 hours
Cost: 1-2 People € 1130, 3-4 people €1180, 5-6 people €1230
Days of the week the tour is offered: 7 days a week
Meet-up time: Anytime of the day
Meet-up place: Your Accessible Central Amsterdam Hotel, Central Meeting Point or Cruise Dock
Dress code: Weather suitable clothing advised
Entrance tickets: Entrance tickets to the Zaanse Schans (approx. 20€ per person) and cost of lunch (approx. 20€) are not included.
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Not included: Snack and gratuities.
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