incl pancakes, Haarlem and a windmill
Join That Dam Guide in Amsterdam for a beautiful adventure through Keukenhof Gardens, home to millions of blooming tulips and other flowers. Experience this colorful spectacle with us!
Start Point: At 20h00 on the sidewalk outside the Barbizon Palace Hotel
End Point: Near the Old Church
Please note: Amsterdam City Council has made a new decision about the Red Light District Tours: From 1 April 2019, no tours larger than 4 people after 19h00 anymore. So we’ll be running a Semi-Private Tour of up to 4 people at 20h00.
Prices: 25€ up to March 31st and 45€ from April 1st, 2019 onwards.
Due to limited availability, tickets will be sold in pairs for tours from 1 April 2019
No visit to Amsterdam would be complete without touring the city’s most infamous neighborhood – the Red Light District.
Discover what this neighborhood is all about with That Dam Guide. The tour covers the following topics:
We show you around this iconic corner of Amsterdam and give you a real insider’s view on how it all works. We do this discreetly and safely and you will walk away having learned about aspects of the area that you never knew existed.
Refund policy: If you cancel more than 48 hours before the start of the tour then you will receive a full refund less bank costs if any. If you cancel within the last 48 hours then you get a refund only if I can re-sell your places.
Group size is 10 people but if 9 have booked then it can be increased to 11 to allow another couple a place on the tour.
The tours are given by Mark or Lee. In the vast majority of cases the tour is given by the guide advertised but very occasionally one of us has to fill in for the other.
The 15 year age limit:
A word about the age restriction… The tour is very graphic in parts with strange sex toys and porn videos in shop windows. We talk about a lot of crazy stuff and intimate things and make some pretty bawdy jokes, in the best possible taste. I don’t want to have to trim info because there are minors on board. Even if the parents of the kids are fine with it, it might make other people on the tour feel uncomfortable. For all these reasons I figured 15 years was a good compromise. I am happy to give private tours of the area for families regardless of the age of the children, in that case, I’d bow to parental wishes.