Amsterdam is a delightful and compact historic city with more canals than Venice and more bridges than Paris. The central core of the city combines tree lined canals, 17th Century Dutch architecture, art galleries and museums – more than enough to captivate your students.
The old city is contained within a ring of concentric canals with Dam Square at its centre. All the major attractions, museums and art galleries are close together and easily accessible on foot or by tram.
The many galleries provide a great opportunity for art students to experience works of the Dutch masters. Social scientists and historians will also find much to interest them in and around the cosmopolitan Dutch capital. Trips can be enhanced with excursions outside the city to see the impressive economic and geographical infrastructure of this country built below sea level.
Amsterdam offers so much variety for your students depending on the purpose and interest of your visit.
On average tours are from 3 to 5 days, which means two to four hotel nights.
A sample itinerary might be:
Travel to Amsterdam and overnight.
Visit to the house of Anne Frank, Rijksmuseum, canal cruise and Hard Rock Café.
Visit the Van Gogh Museum, Hermitage Museum and Ajax Stadium Tour.
Travel home with a visit en-route.
Visits And Excursions
Each group will have its own special interests and curricular needs. That’s why every visit can be completely tailored around you. You’ll find some suggestions below, but you can always call us to discuss more options.