Lovers of good food and drinks will discover the secrets of the old town during this fun activity. You will follow a walking route through the old town on your own. During the walk you will learn more about sights on the route and you will go in at various locations to taste local delicacies. Taste products made with love in the old town and for which residents like to specially return for. The city walk comes as a scavenger hunt, but you could also ignore the questions and only do the beautiful walking route.
The scavenger hunt will be sent to you by post, so that you can already prepare the activity at home. The package can be also be picked up at a location (will be discussed personally). The enclosed map shows the three locations that you will visit during the walk for tastings. During this activity you will enjoy:
Do you prefer to walk through the neighborhood with a guide, who can tell you all about the history, the sights and all the interesting facts about the old town? We then combine the four small tastings with a historical or colourful walk through the old town with a private guide. You choose the desired start and end point and the guide knows the locations where you will stop on the way. The arrangement with scavenger hunt is € 19,50 per person and including guide the costs are € 27,50 per person, with a minimum of 10 people. Mentioned price includes walking route or scavenger hunt in one or more groups with the tasting of a liqueur, a beer, the chocolate tasting and the tasting of half sandwich Zeedijk.
"It was nice to do the walk at your own pace and to learn more about Amsterdam. The tastings were super, especially the liqueur. We were received very warmly and we had a nice conversation with the owner."
"We enjoyed a lot and especially laughed a lot. Although we all come from Amsterdam, we discovered new things. We all thought we had a fun day and that was partly due to the route and the nice and varied stops along the way."
"It was AMAZING! Everyone had a great time, nice questions and the tastings were very hartly."