Canal cruise and Rembrandt House - Amsterdam and vicinity
Canal cruise and Rembrandt House: Amsterdam is all the more spectacular seen from the water. The #1 Canal Cruise in Amsterdam takes you to many of the city’s highlights within one hour. The Westerkerk, the Anne Frank House, the narrowest house in Amsterdam: you’ll be able to see all of them during this canal cruise. It’s the most relaxing way to get to know Amsterdam, as you’ll have your own personal audio guide. As the boat departs and you put on your head phones, you embark on an amazing journey through Amsterdam’s rich history. The #1 Canal Cruise is the way to get to know the city.
For almost 20 years, Rembrandt van Rijn lived with his family in the street which used to be called the Sint-Anthonisbreestraat. Rembrandt experienced many happy as well as sad moments in this house in Amsterdam. He painted ‘The Night Watch', his son Titus was born and his wife Saskia died. In 1658, Rembrandt had to leave his house because he could no longer pay the mortgage. Strolling through Rembrandt’s house, you will experience how the artist lived, learn more about his painting techniques and see many of his works.
Meeting/pick-up point: Stromma Central Station.
Duration: Canal cruise is one hour and a half.
Start/opening time: Cruises depart between 9am and 7pm every 15 minutes. Rembrandt House open from 10am to 6pm.