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Amsterdam: 3.5-Hour Food Tasting Tour of Jordaan

1. Amsterdam: 3.5-Hour Food Tasting Tour of Jordaan

Enjoy a guided walk through the unique cultural and historical sites of the Jordaan neighborhood, as well as a substantial meal in the form of a doze. Learn how Jordaan went from a working-class neighborhood to a sought-after area, full of specialty shops and amazing restaurants. Admire its picturesque network of canals and buildings. Discover local haunts, and meet the families that are keeping Dutch food traditions alive. See historical sites that few tourists ever experience, and be entertained with stories and insights into Amsterdam’s culture and history from an experienced local guide.

Amsterdam: Food Tour in the Albert Cuyp Market

2. Amsterdam: Food Tour in the Albert Cuyp Market

Enjoy a guided tour in the Albert Cuyp, the biggest day market in the Netherlands, with a local foodie guide. Hop between the best stalls of the Albert Cuyp market and taste the most delicious snacks that Dutch cuisine has to offer. Enjoy funny and engaging stories about the history of the food and Dutch culture in an easy manner from a local guide. The vibe of the tour is open and easygoing, so feel free to ask any questions you might have about the Dutch cuisine, culture or anything for the rest of your stay. Experience a new side of Amsterdam with a local craft beer tasting and many delicious local snacks, so come hungry.

Amsterdam: Culinary Cultural Tour

3. Amsterdam: Culinary Cultural Tour

Munch on some classic Dutch snacks and take in the charm of the Grachtengordel and the Jordaan District on this culinary cultural tour of Amsterdam. Start your tour checking out the Royal Palace, National Monument, and Nieuwe Park. Stroll Admire the charming Grachtengordel and the Jordaan District. Learn about the landmarks and the local history over some herring or a stroopwafel and coffee.

Amsterdam: Food Tour Jordaan District

4. Amsterdam: Food Tour Jordaan District

Join this activity for a unique way to experience Amsterdam's food scene, walking along the Jordaan District. Learn about some of Amsterdam's hottest spots by getting clues that lead you from one location to the next. This self-guided tour starts at Kafenion at the Bloemgracht 49. From there, you'll receive your first clue to find your next bite. At every stop, you will receive a new clue to get to the next location. In case you can't find the next stop, you can always use Whatsapp to get some help. The route takes 2 to 3 hours and includes 5 bites to fill you up for lunch.

Amsterdam: Private Food Tour with a Local

5. Amsterdam: Private Food Tour with a Local

Taste the best bites of The Netherlands during a delicious food journey through Amsterdam, and learn more about the city’s food traditions and culture. Meet your guide close to Museumplein, and fall in love with a variety of delicious snacks and dishes during your private tour. Learn about the influence of different cultures and cuisines, and enjoy some amazing bites at a Surinamese family-run restaurant. Your 1st stop will be at the best fishmongers in Amsterdam, and the last stop will be at a beer café where you will be served a cheese platter! Along the way, stroll past the local vendors at the Albert Cuyp Market. Enjoy an authentic stroopwafel (a waffle made from 2 thin layers of dough and filled with caramel), freshly prepared by a true Amsterdammer. Go to the picturesque Pijp area, and discover one of Amsterdam’s most vibrant districts. Discover hip cafés next to local bars, creating a unique vibe of the old and new. Learn about family restaurants that have been passed on from generation to generation.

Amsterdam: Cultural Food Tour in German

6. Amsterdam: Cultural Food Tour in German

Get to know Amsterdam in the most beautiful way: from a culinary perspective. Let yourself be seduced by different tastes and get to know the food variety of the Dutch capital. During the tour you will try at least 7 delicious delicacies, which together make a full meal. Not only typical Dutch delicacies are served, but also delicious snacks that make Amsterdam what it is known for: a wonderful multi-cultural city. But it is not just eaten. Dive into the life of Amsterdam between the food stops and get to know the urban development of the past centuries. Amsterdam is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe with its crooked canal houses. Let the charm of the small streets and the many cafes take your breath away, while your city guide will take you on a relaxed journey through her stories and explanations into all epochs of the city's history. Visit the major sightseeing hotspots in central Amsterdam and get a comprehensive overview of the city on this 3-hour cultural food tour.

Cultural Coffeeshops and Walking Tour in Dutch or German

7. Cultural Coffeeshops and Walking Tour in Dutch or German

Experience how marijuana became an institution in Amsterdam, and go beyond the Rasta cliché of ganja culture on a unique walking tour of the city. Discover the special atmosphere of the coffeeshops where the drug is legally sold, starting with an introduction to the cannabis scene at one of Amsterdam's oldest coffeeshops on Dam Square. Stroll around the city with your knowledgeable guide, stopping at some of Amsterdam's best coffeeshops, pubs and other sites that only a local can know. Visit 3 different coffeeshops and an Irish pub, hearing about the history of the drug and the drug policies of the local authorities. End your ganja tour at the Rembrantplein. Choose the optional rolling tutorial on booking, and get a short walking tour of the Red Light District, followed with a tutorial on how to roll a joint. Choose to spend an extra half an hour and explore the famous flower market and a hidden side of Amsterdam, with a bonus coffeeshop.

Amsterdam: Food Walking Tour in German

8. Amsterdam: Food Walking Tour in German

Start your food tour of Amsterdam with a walk from Central Station to the city center, passing historic landmarks such as Chinatown, Dam Square, the 800-year-old Oude Kerk (Old Church) and the 15th-century Waag (Weigh House). Hear some of the history of the city along the way. Learn about the food culture of the Netherlands as you sample local specialties such as stroopwafel (caramel filled waffles), Gouda cheese, kroket (croquettes) and herring or kibbeling (battered, fried white fish). Get insights about the best restaurants in the city, and ask any questions you may have, such as where the locals like to eat.

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What people are saying about Amsterdam

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 129 reviews

Liad was a great guide and the food (and quick beer stop) was well worth the money! We left the tour totally stuffed and feeling like we had a very unique experience seeing Amsterdam through food. Liad provided a lot of knowledge not only about the food of Amsterdam, but some history / other good pieces of info that were very interesting. All around a great time and would definitely do it again.

Enjoyed our walk around the Amsterdam Jordan district with our very pleasant and knowledgeable guide, Helena. She was a terrific guide. Very informative and attentive to everyone in the group making sure everyone had a good time.

We had a wonderful time with our guide Tice. All the food was delicious and the historical details he shared were fascinating. I would highly recommend this tour!

Our guide was excellent. She told us lots of extra details, was very friendly and put up with the awful weather we made her walk through.

Martin was great. The market was so awesome and he introduced us to great local foods.