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Dutch Cheese & Wine Cruise Amsterdam

Dutch Cheese & Wine tasting Stromma Canal Cruise - Amsterdam Welcome

Dutch Cheese & Wine Cruise Amsterdam

A Wonderful Evening cruise with Dutch Cheese

Description

Great Dutch Cheese & Wine Cruise through Amsterdam by candlelight 

Watch out: during the Amsterdam Light Festival, there is a surcharge of 6 euros

Amsterdam’s cosily lit canals are the perfect backdrop for a cosy Cheese & Wine Cruise. The Dutch Cheese & Wine Cruise takes you through the entirety of the UNESCO Heritage site. Sit back for two hours and enjoy a sumptuous cheese platter and a choice of carefully selected wines. In the meanwhile you will see all the city highlights that pass you by: the finishing touch to this Dutch Cheese & Wine Cruise through Amsterdam. The Amsterdam Dutch Cheese & Wine Cruise is a guarantee for a wonderful night.

Departs from: Stromma Central Station, Prins Hendrikkade 33a

The minimum age for this cruise is 18.

Guided: ENG

Can’t you get enough from the amazing Dutch cheese, accompanied with a beautiful glass of wine or something else? You could also join the cheese tasting on the Flowermarket!

LOCATIONPrins Hendrikkade 33a, Amsterdam
OPENING HOURSMon – Sun: 20:30 – 22:30 (duur 02:00)
Closed on: 27th of April. During the ALF there is a surcharge of 6 euros.
INCLUDING
✅ Cruise
✅ Bar
✅ Toilet
✅ Great assortment of Cheese accompanied with a drink
PUBLIC TRANSPORTAmsterdam Central Station
TICKET TYPEPrinted ticket

Extra information

  • Make sure you board the boat at least 15 minutes before departure
  • Look for the Stromma, Amsterdam Canal Tours or Gray Line boats
  • During Amsterdam Light Festival from the 29th of November 2018 until the 20th of January 2019, an additional EUR 6.00 will be added to the normal price.

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