Amsterdam Tours: Worry-free Shore Excursion for Cruise Passengers:
The Port of Amsterdam is a very popular stop for ocean cruises and the Amsterdam Cruise Terminal is also the starting point for hundreds of European river cruises.
If your cruise to Amsterdam or river cruise from Amsterdam includes some free time in this historic city, Viator (the day tour experts) have put together a few tours that are geared towards visitors who are part of a cruise.
Worry-free Shore Excursion
Amsterdam has a lot to offer visitors, but if you’re afraid of straying too far from your ship and not getting back to your boat on time, Viator’s worry-free shore excursions come with the following guarantee:
- They will ensure that your excursion ends with ample time for you to return to the Amsterdam Cruise Terminal for your ship’s departure.
- In the extremely unlikely event that your ship has departed, they will arrange for transportation to the next port-of-call.
- If your ship’s arrival in Amsterdam is delayed and you are unable to attend a booked tour, your money will be refunded. See their terms and conditions for full details.
Amsterdam Sightseeing Tours
Not all Viator Amsterdam tours carry the Worry-free Shore Excursion guarantee, so if it is important to you to have this assurance, you will need to select the ones that are covered by their worry-free policy. Some of these include:Amsterdam Shore Excursion: Keukenhof Gardens and Tulips Fields Tour
The Keukenhof Gardens is one of Holland’s top attractions and if your cruise to Amsterdam is at springtime, a visit to the Keukenhof Gardens and Holland’s tulip fields should not be missed. There is a choice of four tours here, depending on how much time you want to spend at the Gardens. Keukenhof is only open for 8 weeks in spring so don’t miss this springtime extravaganza.
Enjoy a drive through a picture-perfect landscape crisscrossed with canals. Zaanse Schans is a museum village dedicated to preserving the Dutch way of life and on this tour you’ll get to see all things Dutch such as authentic wooden houses, windmills and fishing villages as well as witnessing traditional crafts from days gone by. The tour also stops at one of the few farms where cheese is still made in the traditional Dutch way.
This tour takes you through the highlights of Amsterdam and there is the opportunity to add on a canal cruise as well.Anyone else have feelings about this?