There are so many reasons to visit Amsterdam, so why not enjoy a city trip for 4 nights? When in Amsterdam, you can visit the beautiful Rijksmuseum, the famous Van Gogh Museum, the authentic Rembrandt House, the impressive Hermitage Museum, the Jewish Historic District, the modern EYE Film museum and the beautiful Maritime Museum. Admire the unique canals, the historical architecture, enjoy good food and shop till you drop.
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DAY BY DAY
Meet & Greet at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport with a representative from the local
accessible travel agency. The representative will guide you to the wheelchair accessible
taxi van. The drive is approximately 20 minutes to your hotel in Amsterdam. This first day
you can enjoy your first impressions of Amsterdam, for example the daily flower market,
the beautiful canals, the cozy terraces at Leidseplein or the hustle and bustle at Dam
After breakfast or lunch on the second day the tour guide will meet you at the hotel
for a 2-hour guided tour of Amsterdam’s old city centre. The tour starts in the Red light
District and ends at the Amsterdam Museum. The knowledgable tour guide will explain
about the history, the architecture and infrastructure of Amsterdam. The tour will address
the Old church, the Red Light District, the oldest canals, an historic courtyard and a sneak
preview of the Amsterdam Museum. Before or after the guided tour you can enjoy a typical
Dutch lunch at one of the recommended restaurants.
On this third day you’ll watch the beautiful architecture and highlights of Amsterdam
from the historic canals. A canal cruise is a must-do when visiting Amsterdam. Sail through
the famous Prinsengracht canal and admire the oldest canal houses and houseboats. The
canal cruise passes by the Anne Frank House, the Wester Church, the Rembrandt House,
the Maritime Museum and the renovated Rijksmuseum. The cruise starts and ends at the
Stadhouderskade, which is situated opposite to Holland Casino and the Hardrock Cafe.
The starting point is a short stroll from the Museum Square and the green Vondelpark. The
canal cruise has several vessels with a lift on board. This lift allows people using a
wheelchair to access the canal cruise boat. The width of the path between the seats on the
boat is wide enough for wheelchairs and the door is a sliding door. A maximum of 4
wheelchairs or scooters are allowed on one canal cruise vessel. The canal cruise takes 75
minutes. After the canal cruise, there’s time for shopping, visiting museums or enjoying the
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel and take your time to visit the popular museums in
Amsterdam such as the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum, the Hermitage Museum,
the Anne Frank House with Virtual Reality Tour or the Maritime Museum.
The last breakfast at the hotel and check-out. The driver will meet you in the lobby
and drive you to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.
Our company is specialized in accessibility we work to enable wheelchair users, people with disabilities and travelers with reduced mobility to make the trip they always dreamt of. We work towards providing accessible travel and adapted trips to the most important and impressive destinations of the world.
660 EUR/person for 2 people
Accommodation with accessible bathroom and toilet.
Accessible transfers from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or Amsterdam Central Station
2-Hour guided tour of Amsterdam
Canal cruise in Amsterdam
Digital city guide book ‘Accessible routes through Amsterdam’
Representative services at location of arrival
English speaking guide
Info and recommendations
Taxes and liability insurance
Flights to/from Amsterdam or any other airport
Tickets for museums and sights of interest
Room types and transfers other than stated
Mobility equipment on request
Care on request
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