At 8:00 we will pick you up in the centre of Brussels to head towards the modern city of Amsterdam, located about 200 kilometres north of the Belgian capital.
The visit starts at 11:30 am in the surroundings of the central station in Amsterdam. We will explain the history of the city port and an introduction to place ourselves in the history of Holland and Amsterdam. You will discover Dam Square, where the city originated at the end of S. XIII. Nowadays considered as the heart of Amsterdam, here we make a historical tour of the most emblematic buildings of the square, New Church, Royal Palace, and the obelisk, built in honour of those fallen in World War II.
You'll continue until you reach one of the most macabre events in the city's history and some of the scientific advances of the moment. The old Jewish quarter where the old house of Rembrandt is located, has become one of the most popular neighbourhoods thanks to the Waterlooplein market.
We finish in the flower´s market; its stores extend along the canal filling it with life and colour. At the end of the visit, you will have 3 hours of free time to eat and explore the city at your leisure, taste the delicious cheese and see the famous coffee shops in Amsterdam.