- Amsterdam's Canal Belt
- 1.5 hours with a Ph.D. or MA-level guide
- Historical saloon boat
Feeling queasy? Our Dutch Golden Age Tour covers the same history from the security of dry land.
Yes, when booked privately, this tour can begin from other locations. Please contact us for specific requests.
Yes. Please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to inquire about a larger boat.
Yes, although the boat is partially open. Parents should keep close watch over their children while boarding/disembarking and during the cruise.
Is the boat wheelchair accessible?
The boats are unfortunately not fully wheelchair accessible. If you use a folding wheelchair and are able to walk with assistance onto the boat and sit on the couch of the boat, rather than in the wheelchair, the boat will be suitable for you. If you have any mobility concerns, please feel free to contact us before booking; we can help you decide if this tour will suit you.
Belina is a freelance guide and art educator for several museums in Amsterdam. Prior to moving to Amsterdam, she lived for twenty-one years in Italy, where she achieved a Master's degree from the University Of Milan in History of Art and Critics. Her background includes experience in art history, cultural management, and art criticism. She is currently living in Haarlem.
Alette has an MA in Art History (Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam) and holds a Ph.D. in the History of Science and Technology (University of Twente, Enschede). For both her thesis and her dissertation, she researched the intricate relationship between nature, art and science in the 20th century (thesis) and the 17th century (dissertation). Sculpture parks, ornamental gardens, and botanical gardens form the sites of study. As an independent scholar, she presents papers and writes articles on this subject. Alette also teaches art history and lectures on topics such as 17th-century Dutch art and architecture, 18th century Empire design, garden architecture, and landscape engineering. She has curated several exhibitions and stood at the basis of the exhibition Black is Beautiful on the image of black people in Dutch art history. She lives in the city where she was born: Amsterdam.
Giorgio is an architect specialising in sustainable and performance-based design. While busy with his thesis work in archeological restoration, he took part in several surveys of the Roman and Greek ruins of Kos. He moved to Amsterdam in 2012 and has continued to work within local architectural firms since. He has a genuine passion for cities and enjoys telling stories and sharing his interest with others.
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