Free Walking Tours Amsterdam

Stroll along Amsterdam’s stunning canals while discovering how this unique city developed with the advancement of modern engineering. You will see the remains of its Golden Age and understand how Dutch business mentality transformed the region into a blossoming economic hub.

Walk through the Red Light District and learn why locals pride themselves of living in one of the most liberal countries in the world. Hear the sounds of one of Europe’s most vibrant music scenes and try the best cookie in the world!

What are your Free Tour options in Amsterdam?

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What are your Free Tour options in Amsterdam?

Amsterdam is the largest and most energetic city in the charming Netherlands. Founded in the 13th-century around a dam in the Amstel River, the ancient fishing village thrived and flourished to become the key commercial hub of Europe during the Dutch Golden Age in the 17th-century.

After a quick development in the 19th-century, nowadays Amsterdam boasts a reputation as the most diverse city of Europe: a multicultural place home to more than 180 nationalities from all around the world!

Start your free walking tour to Amsterdam getting to know some of the rich artistic heritage in the historical center:

  • Visit the cherished 14-th century Nieuwe Kerk (New Church).
  • Learn the history behind the majestic Royal Palace, built in elegant Palladian style.
  • Find quirky cafés and boutiques while exploring Amsterdam’s elaborate canal system.
  • Enjoy the view of picturesque narrow houses with gabled facades at the heart of the old town.
Amsterdam tourist
Amsterdam tourists

Other famous landmarks you can’t miss in your free city tour in Amsterdam are hidden around the emblematic former Jewish quarter.

One of the highlights there is the must-see Rembrandt House Museum. An elegant red brick building where the great master of Dutch painting created his most notable masterpieces.

If you are looking for more free outdoors activities in Amsterdam, visit the stunning Neo-Gothic Centraal Station to witness the bustling ambiance. And do not leave without enjoying a free ferry trip on one of the many boats that depart from the area!

Amsterdam is the perfect destination for art lovers. There are more than 40 museums scattered along the romantic city center, which attract millions of visitors every year.

And of course, have a taste of vibrant Amsterdam’s nightlife picking your favorite venue from the hundreds of dancing clubs for all tastes scattered across the city!

More Free Tours in Amsterdam

Most of the monuments and attractions in Amsterdam are within walking distance. The ones that are not can be easily accessed by ferry or bicycle ride. So, getting around the city and seeing all the sights can be done quite inexpensively!

Amsterdam Free Walking Tour

Join us and live the purest essence of Holland. Explore its impressive landmarks and learn about the most hidden stories of a unique capital.

What is a Free Tour?

Free Tours are walks provided by passionate local guides without requesting any upfront payments. They allow every traveler, no matter their budget, to experience and enjoy what a place has to offer. 

Who takes Free Tours?

Free Tours guests are travelers of all ages and backgrounds seeking to enjoy authentic experiences. Independent tourists usually book Free Tours because they are looking for special activities, where they can learn historical facts, but also get an overview about the local culture, environment, and people.

Are Free Tours really Free?

Yes. Free Tours run on a “Pay-What-It’s-Worth” basis, so they are completely free unless you decided to make a contribution according to how much you enjoyed the experience. Guides appreciate receiving tips of any amounts at the end of the tour, but it’s completely voluntary to do so.

Do I have to book my Free Tour?

Yes. It’s mandatory to make a booking to ensure group sizes remain manageable and Guides can provide a better experience for all guests. Making a booking is absolutely free and it will take you less than one minute!