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Wheelchair Accessible Airport Transfer - one way

Wheelchair Accessible Airport Transfer - one way - Amsterdam, Netherlands

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

From USD
$148.01

Wheelchair accessible transfer from the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to your hotel in Amsterdam and back.

On arrival at the airport, you will be met by the driver at the STA-desk (Schiphol Travel Assistance desk). This desk is clearly indicated on the signs in the arrivals hall, search for 'STA' ... More info ›

Wheelchair accessible transfer from the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to your hotel in Amsterdam and back.

On arrival at the airport, you will be met by the driver at the STA-desk (Schiphol Travel Assistance desk). This desk is clearly indicated on the signs in the arrivals hall, search for 'STA'. The driver will be waiting for you with a sign, with your name on it. From here you will walk with the driver to the car.
For the transfer back to the airport, the driver will meet you in the lobby of the hotel.

All transfers organized by Accessible Travel Netherlands make use of wheelchair accessible transport. The minivans are accessible for 2 to 8 people and a maximum of 4 wheelchair users.
The division of space in the private taxi van is as follows:
0 wheelchair users > 8 walkers
1 wheelchair user   > 6 walkers
2 wheelchair users > 4 walkers
3 wheelchair users > 2 walkers
4 wheelchair users > 0 walkers

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Wheelchair Accessible History Tour Amsterdam

Wheelchair Accessible History Tour Amsterdam - Amsterdam, Netherlands

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

From USD
$355.46

Enjoy a wheelchair accessible tour of Amsterdams' most popular sights with this 3-hour private tour. Designed for people with limited mobility, your guide will help you explore the center of one of Europe’s most charming cities ... More info ›

Enjoy a wheelchair accessible tour of Amsterdams' most popular sights with this 3-hour private tour. Designed for people with limited mobility, your guide will help you explore the center of one of Europe’s most charming cities. Visit the famous canals, the Red Light District, and a picturesque historic courtyard. Take a break for coffee or local beer before your tour concludes.

Your customized barrier-free tour of Amsterdam begins after meeting your guide at a central location. Follow your guide along a scenic wheelchair-accessible route through the city as you take in the sights.

Admire the historic canals and the houses built alongside them, and listen as the guide explains the policies that created Amsterdam’s famous architecture. Continue to the famous Red Light District, one of the oldest places in the city, and full of jaw-dropping stories. Rest for a moment in a historic courtyard, hidden today behind a well-known shopping street.

Along the way, stop for coffee or a local beer at your leisure. Other sights of interested that might be visited along the way include the Dam Square, Nieuwmarkt, De Waag, Nes street and Spui. Say farewell to your guide at the end of your tour and continue exploring on your own.

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Wheelchair Accessible Transfer from Schiphol to the port of Amsterdam - one way

Wheelchair Accessible Transfer from Schiphol to the port of Amsterdam - one way - Amsterdam, Netherlands

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

From USD
$148.01

Wheelchair accessible transfer from the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to the port of Amsterdam.

On arrival at the airport, you will be met by the driver at the STA-desk (Schiphol Travel Assistance desk). This desk is clearly indicated on the signs in the arrivals hall, search for 'STA' ... More info ›

Wheelchair accessible transfer from the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to the port of Amsterdam.

On arrival at the airport, you will be met by the driver at the STA-desk (Schiphol Travel Assistance desk). This desk is clearly indicated on the signs in the arrivals hall, search for 'STA'. The driver will be waiting for you with a sign, with your name on it. From here you will walk with the driver to the car.


All transfers organized by Accessible Travel Netherlands make use of wheelchair accessible transport. The minivans are accessible for 2 to 8 people and a maximum of 4 wheelchair users.
The division of space in the private taxi van is as follows:
0 wheelchair users > 8 walkers
1 wheelchair user   > 6 walkers
2 wheelchair users > 4 walkers
3 wheelchair users > 2 walkers
4 wheelchair users > 0 walkers

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Wheelchair Accessible Tour to Zaanse Schans, Volendam & Marken

Wheelchair Accessible Tour to Zaanse Schans, Volendam & Marken - Amsterdam, Netherlands

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

From USD
$1434.65

Enjoy a wheelchair accessible tour of Zaanse Schans, Volendam and Marken with this 8-hour private tour. Designed for people with limited mobility, your guide will help you explore the most typical Dutch cities ... More info ›

Enjoy a wheelchair accessible tour of Zaanse Schans, Volendam and Marken with this 8-hour private tour. Designed for people with limited mobility, your guide will help you explore the most typical Dutch cities. Discover windmills from the inside and enjoy some cheese tasting at the cheese farm and shop.

With this tour, you will first head to Zaanse Schans to see those beautiful windmills lined up along the water.
Discover windmills from the inside and enjoy some cheese tasting at the cheese farm and shop.
You can enjoy a clog workshop and eat pancakes!

After the visit, you’ll visit Volendam to see why this village is so special and well known.
This small town has a beautiful harbor, delicious fish, cheese shops and wander through the streets of Doolhof and Oude Kom quarters.
If time allows, visit Hotel Restaurant Spaander for their art collection or a cup of coffee.

Afterwards you can either enjoy the boat tour from Volendam to Marken or hop back in the taxi van to drive to Marken.
Marken is located on a peninsula and offers stunning views on the IJsselmeer. The town of Marken itself is worth a million of photo’s with it’s tiny picturesque houses and shops.

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Jewish Cultural Quarter Self-Guided Tour

Jewish Cultural Quarter Self-Guided Tour - Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

From USD
$17.48

Beautiful synagogues, striking buildings and impressive monuments colour the streets of Amsterdam’s Jewish Cultural Quarter. Stroll through this historic area and visit the Jewish Historical Museum, a leading Dutch cultural institution with an engaging Children's Museum, the remarkable Portuguese Synagogue, the moving National Holocaust Memorial (Hollandsche Schouwburg) and National Holocaust Museum ... More info ›

Beautiful synagogues, striking buildings and impressive monuments colour the streets of Amsterdam’s Jewish Cultural Quarter. Stroll through this historic area and visit the Jewish Historical Museum, a leading Dutch cultural institution with an engaging Children's Museum, the remarkable Portuguese Synagogue, the moving National Holocaust Memorial (Hollandsche Schouwburg) and National Holocaust Museum. Five cultural institutions accessible with a single ticket.

Discover the Jewish Cultural Quarter in the heart of Amsterdam.
Stunning synagogues, striking buildings and impressive memorials grace the streets of Amsterdam’s old Jewish quarter. In the heart of the neighbourhood, an area of less than one square kilometre, is the Jewish Cultural Quarter, which includes the Jewish Historical Museum with the engaging JHM Children’s Museum, the stately Portuguese Synagogue, the National Holocaust Memorial and the National Holocaust Museum. Here visitors can find out all about Jewish culture, history and traditions – all with just one ticket.

Portuguese Synagogue
In the centre of the Jewish Cultural Quarter stands the magnificent Portuguese Synagogue. The building is still used as a house of worship, but it is also open to the public, and concerts are held there regularly. The 17th-century interior is still fully intact and illuminated by hundreds of candles. The other buildings in the complex include treasure chambers where visitors can admire a unique collection of ceremonial objects made of silver, gold, silk and brocade. 

Jewish Historical Museum

Any trip to Amsterdam should include a visit to the Jewish Historical Museum. This museum, housed in four monumental synagogues, offers a unique look at Jewish life in the Netherlands past and present in all its complexity. The museum has a large multimedia collection ranging from paintings to films and from everyday objects to 3D presentations and always offers one or two temporary exhibitions. 

JHM Children's Museum
Inside the Jewish Historical Museum is another museum, just for children! It is set up as a Jewish family home with six rooms, where children aged 6 to 12 can play games that will teach them about Jewish culture – sometimes seriously and sometimes with humour. Children can bake rolls in the kosher kitchen, learn Hebrew in the study or make music together in the music room.

National Holocaust Memorial
During the Second World War, the occupying forces made Jews assemble in this former theatre. Tens of thousands of people were held here, not knowing what fate awaited them, until they were deported to concentration and extermination camps. The Hollandsche Schouwburg is now a memorial site with a wall of names commemorating the Jewish victims. It also holds an exhibition about the Holocaust in the Netherlands.

National Holocaust Museum
Through this former teacher training school hundreds of Jewish children, who were held captive in the crèche next door, were smuggled to relatively safe places with the help of the resistance during the Second World War. At this historic site, in the National Holocaust Museum, the story of the Holocaust is told in changing exhibitions and events in an artistic form and based on personal accounts.

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Private Customizable Tour: Amsterdam Canals Sightseeing Cruise

Private Customizable Tour: Amsterdam Canals Sightseeing Cruise - Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

From USD
$671.29

Board a private boat for an intimate 2-hour cruise along Amsterdam’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed canals. Customize the route to your preferences and see famous waterfront attractions such as the Rijksmuseum, Anne Frank House and the Skinny Bridge (Magere Brug) ... More info ›

Board a private boat for an intimate 2-hour cruise along Amsterdam’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed canals. Customize the route to your preferences and see famous waterfront attractions such as the Rijksmuseum, Anne Frank House and the Skinny Bridge (Magere Brug). Enjoy snacks and drinks as you enjoy the views and learn about the sights from the knowledgeable skipper. Take an afternoon or evening cruise, and choose a drop-off point that's convenient for you.

Head to the pier opposite the Rijksmuseum to meet your skipper and board your small private boat. With just you and your private party, float effortlessly along Amsterdam’s scenic UNESCO World Heritage-listed canals on your afternoon or evening sightseeing experience.

This private cruise lets you customize the route to your interests. Pass by the Rijksmuseum, Anne Frank House, Skinny Bridge and the Amstel River, as well as any other attractions you like such as Mint Tower (Munttoren), St Nicholas Church, the Golden Bend, Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis), National Monument, Albert Cuyp Market and the old city gates. Enjoy plenty of great photo opportunities as you cruise past the beautiful gabled houses and traditional Dutch houseboats that line the banks of the canals.

As you cruise, enjoy snacks with wine, beer or soda on board. From the opposite end of the boat — ensuring your privacy — your skipper offers commentary about Amsterdam’s history, architecture and the main attractions you pass by.

After an hour on the water, simply let your skipper know where you would like to be dropped off in the city center.

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