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Private daytour Amsterdam - Bruges

Private daytour Amsterdam - Bruges - Amsterdam, Netherlands

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

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$176.17

Enjoy a full day sightseeing, shopping and chocolate tasting during this 12 hour private day tour to Belgium. The historic centre of Bruges is outstanding in it's architecture in medieval Europe ... More info ›

Enjoy a full day sightseeing, shopping and chocolate tasting during this 12 hour private day tour to Belgium. The historic centre of Bruges is outstanding in it's architecture in medieval Europe. On route we will make a brief stop at the famous Delta works and have a coffee in one of the old fishing villages in the province Zeeland.

This one day private tour to Bruges leaves Amsterdam at your request between 7am / 9am in the morning and takes us via the a delta works to our destination Bruges. On route we will see The Delta Works, which is one of the world's best and greatest storm barriers. Learn why these dams are called the "eighth wonder of the world". They were created after the floods of 1953 and protect the land around the Rhine-Meuse-Scheldt delta. With Delta Works, the odds of another flood were reduced to once every 4,000 years.

We arrived in Bruges around lunch time. Bruges is internationally known and loved. This city of Flemish art is among the best of the heritage cities of Europe and the world. In 2000, Unesco even declared every historic centre of the UNESCO World Heritage City. Exclusive to Belgium and a rarity in Europe!

In Bruges you simply stroll through the old streets, you can visit the museum of chocolates or take a beautiful boat trip. At the end of the day we return to Amsterdam.

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Skip the Line: Amsterdam National Maritime Museum

Skip the Line: Amsterdam National Maritime Museum - Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

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$18.85

Avoid admission lines at The National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam and explore its vast collection independently with a skip-the-line ticket. Learn about the Golden Age, a defining period for Dutch maritime history, view the nautical globes, maps, ship instruments, paintings and more, and explore the replica of the 18th-century East Indiaman cargo ship, the ‘Amsterdam,’ moored beside the museum to feel what life was on board and take a Virtual Reality journey to experience up-close and personal the Golden Age.

The Dutch East Indiman is the largest collection piece and stand out as one of the most popular things to do in Amsterdam ... More info ›

Avoid admission lines at The National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam and explore its vast collection independently with a skip-the-line ticket. Learn about the Golden Age, a defining period for Dutch maritime history, view the nautical globes, maps, ship instruments, paintings and more, and explore the replica of the 18th-century East Indiaman cargo ship, the ‘Amsterdam,’ moored beside the museum to feel what life was on board and take a Virtual Reality journey to experience up-close and personal the Golden Age.

The Dutch East Indiman is the largest collection piece and stand out as one of the most popular things to do in Amsterdam. Entrance fee, VR Experience and an optional 1-hour audio-guided tour are included.

Travel independently to The National Maritime Museum (Het Scheepvaartmuseum) at Amsterdam’s special part part called Oosterdok ( East Dock). 

Set in the restored 17th-century Arsenal that was Royal Dutch Navy’s storehouse, the museum houses one of the world’s largest nautical collections, spanning atlases, art, model ships, and more. It forms the backbone of the Netherlands’ maritime heritage, while giving fascinating insight into the country's elemental connection with the sea.

On arrival, use your fast-access ticket to bypass the ticket line, and head inside, admiring the modern glass roof over the courtyard. Collect an audio guide for a guided 1-hour walk-through of the highlights, or choose to wander around as you wish.

View the high-definition screens that chart the Netherlands’ Golden Age of maritime power in the 17th century, and explore the halls filled with globes, navigational instruments, ship decorations, and stunning maritime landscapes.

Take a virtual seafaring adventure, journey through old Amsterdam port, and head outside to explore the showpiece: a replica of the 18th-century Amsterdam cargo ship.

Numerous exhibits are designed for children, and the museum is wheelchair-friendly.

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The Concertgebouw Presents Concert in Amsterdam

The Concertgebouw Presents Concert in Amsterdam - Amsterdam, Netherlands

Duration: 2 hours 20 minutes
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

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$28.27

Enjoy a lovely concert in the Main Hall or Recital Hall at the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. Admire the stunning decor of the 19th-century interior and appreciate the world-class acoustics.

Enjoy an evening concert you will never forget as you admire the beautiful décor and surroundings of the Main Hall or Recital Hall ... More info ›

Enjoy a lovely concert in the Main Hall or Recital Hall at the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. Admire the stunning decor of the 19th-century interior and appreciate the world-class acoustics.

Enjoy an evening concert you will never forget as you admire the beautiful décor and surroundings of the Main Hall or Recital Hall. The wide-ranging program offers an excellent selection of classical, pop, and jazz music.

The Concertgebouw is rated as one of the world’s top concert venues, known for the quality of its acoustics and its international programming. With over 700,000 visitors a year it’s also one of the best-attended concert halls.

Main Hall
The Concertgebouw's famous Main Hall is one of the best concert halls in the world, well-known for its exceptional acoustics and special atmosphere. In the Main Hall, you will feel history. Here, Gustav Mahler conducted his own compositions, as did Richard Strauss and Igor Stravinsky. Sergei Rachmaninoff played his own piano concertos in the Main Hall. This is also where musicians such as Leonard Bernstein, Vladimir Horowitz and Yehudi Menuhin gave legendary performances. Right up to now, the Main Hall offers a stage to the world’s best orchestras and musicians.

Recital Hall
For lovers of chamber music the Recital Hall is the venue of choice. You can hear the musicians breathe and you can practically touch them. This hall is also cherished by musicians for its beautiful acoustics and direct contact with the audience. In the Recital Hall you can hear the best musicians of our time.

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Guided Tour Behind the scenes of The Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam

Guided Tour Behind the scenes of The Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam - Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Duration: 75 minutes
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

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$11.78

Take a look behind the scenes of The Royal Concertgebouw and discover parts of the building that would otherwise remain hidden. Hear stories about the rich history of the building from a tour guide during a 75 minute tour.

Six illustrious citizens of Amsterdam came together on 15 September 1881 to breathe life into the ‘Provisional Committee to build a concert hall’ ... More info ›

Take a look behind the scenes of The Royal Concertgebouw and discover parts of the building that would otherwise remain hidden. Hear stories about the rich history of the building from a tour guide during a 75 minute tour.

Six illustrious citizens of Amsterdam came together on 15 September 1881 to breathe life into the ‘Provisional Committee to build a concert hall’. The building's grand opening was 7 years later on 11 April 1888. During a 75 minutes tour with our English tour guide you can listen to anecdotes drawn from the rich history of the building.

Take a look behind the scenes and catch a glimpse of parts of the building that are usually hidden from view. You get access to the attic and the changing rooms, as well as experience the maze of passageways beneath the Main Hall.

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Master Pianist Concert at The Royal Concertgebouw

Master Pianist Concert at The Royal Concertgebouw - Amsterdam, Netherlands

Duration: 2 hours 20 minutes
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

From USD
$46.53

Enjoy a Sunday evening concert by the master pianists at the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. These concerts are once or twice a month on Sunday Evening at 8:15pm in the Main Hall and are approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes in duration ... More info ›

Enjoy a Sunday evening concert by the master pianists at the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. These concerts are once or twice a month on Sunday Evening at 8:15pm in the Main Hall and are approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes in duration. A drink (coffee, tea, soda, wine or beer) is included before the start of the concert and during the intermission.

Master Pianists series
The Master Pianists series has existed since 1987 and is organised by Riaskoff Concert Management, an internationally renowned management agency for classical musicians. For many years now, the Master Pianists series has been among the most prestigious piano series in the world. Ever since its inaugural season in 1987-1988, the series guarantees recitals of exceptional quality by the world’s most revered pianists. The Master Pianists series not only presents pianists of established international renown, each season it also offers opportunities to at least one promising young pianist. For many talented young pianists, such a recital is seen as another step on the path to a major career.

The Royal Concertgebouw
The Concertgebouw is rated as one of the world’s top concert venues, known for the quality of its acoustics and its international programming. With over 700,000 visitors a year it’s also one of the best-attended concert halls. Experience the legendary acoustics in the Main Hall of the Concertgebouw.

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Sunday Morning Concert at the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam

Sunday Morning Concert at the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam - Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

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$31.81

Begin your Sunday with live music by one of the world's best orchestras at Amsterdam's Royal Concertgebouw. Soak up musical works and ornate 19th-century decor in this spectacular concert hall before treating yourself to a luxurious Brunch or a Guided Tour after the concert (add either option for an additional cost when booking your tour).

Start your Sunday with a taste of culture as you arrive a little after 10am to Amsterdam's Royal Concertgebouw. Sip a complimentary drink before the 11am concert and admire the stunning interior of the building, rated as one of the world’s top concert venues ... More info ›

Begin your Sunday with live music by one of the world's best orchestras at Amsterdam's Royal Concertgebouw. Soak up musical works and ornate 19th-century decor in this spectacular concert hall before treating yourself to a luxurious Brunch or a Guided Tour after the concert (add either option for an additional cost when booking your tour).

Start your Sunday with a taste of culture as you arrive a little after 10am to Amsterdam's Royal Concertgebouw. Sip a complimentary drink before the 11am concert and admire the stunning interior of the building, rated as one of the world’s top concert venues. Known for the quality of its acoustics and its international programming, the Royal Concertgebouw has more than 700,000 visitors a year. Settle in to enjoy an hour of music performed by some of the world's best performers in either the Main Hall of the smaller Recital Hall.

After the concert, treat yourself to a decadent Brunch or a Guided Tour of the Concertgebouw — select either option (with an additional cost) when booking your tour.

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