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Amsterdam Coffee Shop Culture And Local Food Sampling Walking Tour

From US$21.05
Highlights
  • Visit several coffeeshops in Amsterdam with a seasoned local guide 
  • Learn the history behind the liberal attitudes towards marijuana 
  • Personalized experience thanks to a small-group tour size
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Amsterdam Coffee Shop Culture And Local Food Sampling Walking Tour
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3 hour Tour with Snacks!Most Popular
This option includes a third coffeeshop, the illustrious Bloemen Markt or Tulip market in Amsterdam, Dutch Veal Croquettes and the famous Reguliersdwaarstraat party street. Off the beaten path tour!
US$23.39
2 hour tour
This is a basic look at the coffeeshop culture in Amsterdam, and will explore 2 coffeeshops, the secret medieval courtyard and a museum 1500 is the starting time on sunday!
US$21.05
Red Light District Preview!
After your three hour tour, you can tour the Red Light District for 30 minutes. A quick visit just to show you the history, as well as discover fun stuff to do later on. Great pubs and nightlife!
US$32.74
Overview
Amsterdam is famous for its coffeeshops, which serve cannabis, but most walking tours don’t provide much insight into the city’s legal marijuana phenomenon. Discover the coffeehouse culture properly and visit several shops with a guide. On this tour, learn the history and legality of weed in the Netherlands from your local guide. Select a tour duration and itinerary that suits your interests.
What to Expect

Begin your tour at a central location in Amsterdam, where you meet your group and set off to explore Amsterdam’s coffeeshop and cannabis culture.

Head to the Dam Palace and immerse yourself in the ambiance at one of Amsterdam’s oldest coffeeshops. Discover the history behind the city’s lenient marijuana policy from your guide.

Move on to more coffeeshops for comprehensive insight into the culture. Along the way, stroll the city’s streets and notice historic landmarks, including a secluded medieval courtyard. On the 3-hour tour, stop off for a complimentary local snack, with the option to purchase food on the 2-hour tour.

At the end of your tour, conclude at a central location near Rembrandtplein, with new understanding of the city’s relaxed attitude to marijuana.

Reviews (64)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Flexible Guide, good private tour

My family and I (dad and stepmom) enjoyed our time with guide Uli very much. We were a bit hungover and he was very accommodating to our requests. We started out at relaxed cafe and talked about life in Amsterdam and ate some bitterballen. He...More

1  Thank daleyco
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Very odd prospect

Having never smoked ‘weed’ I found this tour essentially of the red light district very strange. Basically ending up with a headache from walking past the coffee shops which was then enhanced by some horrid liquor and cheese which whilst was nice was nothing you...More

Thank SamF87
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile
Fun walk and informative

Went with a group of 8 friends for the 3 hour afternoon walk earlier this week. Our tour guide was Nikka and was great at explaining the history of marijuana and prostitution Amsterdam. We also learned about other aspects of the cities history which was...More

1  Thank Troy M
Reviewed 28 June 2018
Not the greatest, nor the best

We booked this tour back in January for June: “Amsterdam Coffee Shop Culture and Local Food Sampling Walking Tour” - a 3 hour tour which included a tour of the Red Light District. Nikka was our guide and was great - fun, lots of energy...More

1  Thank lexmiller
Reviewed 3 May 2018 via mobile
Great Walking Tour!

My friend and I did the English walking tour with our guide Eric who was excellent. Yes a big part of the tour was visiting coffee shops but I feel like we got so much more out of it than I was expecting! Local history,...More

2  Thank TheTravelingPress
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