Citytour Amsterdam

AMSTERDAM, a compact city, flat and ideal for walking. During our tour, we'll see DAM Square and nearby attractions like Bijenkorf Store, the Royal Palace, Madame Tussauds Museum, the New Church, and the National Monument. Following that, we'll explore SPUI Square, Begijnhof, Café Luxemburg, visit the Jordaan neighborhood and the Nine Streets, the main canals known as 'grachten,' and the Flower Market, where you can admire Delft Porcelain at the Munt Tower and also the Tuschinski cinema en route to Rembrandt Square.

At NIEUWMARKT, we'll see the Amsterdam Gate, the Old Church, breweries, cafes, the Red Light District, the Church in the Attic, coffee shops, and nearby, Rembrandt's house. At MUSEUMPLEIN, you'll find the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk Museum, the Conservatorium Hotel, the Concertgebouw, and close by, the Vondelpark. Part of the tour will also include visiting LEIDSEPLEIN Square, the Casino, the Municipal Theatre, the Apple Store, and the Bulldog coffee shop

The Windmills

Zaanse Schans is a park with windmills dating back to the 17th and 18th centuries. We'll take a stroll through the village, highlighting the historical significance of the park. There are 43 restored houses open for visitation in the park. We'll visit the old cheese factory, the clog factory, shops selling local products, and the chocolate shop.

If you're seeking a unique experience in the Netherlands, Zaanse Schans is the perfect place for you. Located just 15 minutes from Amsterdam, this charming village is a true historical treasure. Come and experience Dutch life from the 18th century. Additionally, you can explore the shops and taste local delights like stroopwafel.

Volendam & Marken

These are ancient villages (circa 1300) on the shores of the IJsselmeer, formerly known as the Zuiderzee. The visit can include a boat crossing.

VOLENDAM is part of the Edam municipality and has 21,000 inhabitants. It's a popular tourist destination in the Netherlands, known for its sailboats and yachts, and also because some residents still wear traditional clothing. It's a highly touristic village with numerous souvenir shops.

MARKEN is a village of 1,000 inhabitants from the 13th century, founded by monks from Friesland. It features typical houses on stilts constructed to protect against tides and storms in the Zuiderzee. Nowadays, what was once the island of Marken, relying on livestock, became a peninsula connected to the mainland, transforming into a touristic village.

Both villages offer an authentic and unique experience with beautiful landscapes. Take the opportunity to also savor the fresh local fish.

Rotterdam - The Hague - Delft


It's located in the province of South Holland. Its name comes from the damming of the Rotter River.

We'll visit the iconic Erasmus Bridge and the famous Markthal, and those are just a few of the must-see attractions in this city.

We'll also see the cube houses, the Calypso Building, and take a break at the Hotel New York.

Rotterdam is the largest port in Europe, spanning 40 km of port area. During the Second World War, in May 1944, it was bombed by the Germans, leaving only the Gothic church of Saint Lawrence (1300).

Greater Rotterdam has 1,600,000 inhabitants, while Rotterdam itself has 619,879 inhabitants.


Capital of the South Holland province, with 515,880 inhabitants. The Dutch parliament and government reside in The Hague, as does the residence of the royal house, making it the location for almost all embassies, ministries, the International Court of Justice, and the International Criminal Court.

The city's name originates from the 17th century, from the forest ('HAAG') of the count of Holland. The symbol of The Hague is a stork.

The present-day Hague has existed since 1230 when Count Floris IV constructed a castle here, later completed by Floris V with the building of the parliamentary courtyard.

In 1899, The Hague hosted the first peace conference, which led to the establishment of a permanent court of justice.

The Hague is built on dunes and partly on marshland. Of importance to us is the Mauritzhuis, the residence of Maurice of Nassau, built during the time Maurice of Nassau was in Brazil, hence incorporating Brazilian woods in its ornaments and staircases.

The Hague's government, Haagse Kracht, is known as 'The Hague's Strength,' a coalition of municipalities and legislators from the parties D66, PvdA, VVD, and CDA


The city of ceramics and the residence of William the Silent in the 16th century, known as the 'Father of the Fatherland.' At the time, he led the growing Dutch national resistance against Spanish occupation, known as the Eighty Years' War.

It's also the city of the painter Johannes Vermeer ('Girl with a Pearl Earring').

Delft is a popular tourist destination in the Netherlands, renowned for its historical ties to the House of Orange-Nassau and for being home to the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft).

The city of Delft emerged alongside a canal, the 'Delf,'

From 1246, trade and industry flourished. By 1560, Amsterdam, with 28,000 inhabitants, became the largest city, followed by Delft, Leiden, and Haarlem, each with around 14,000 inhabitants.


The tulip gardens

It's located near Lisse, south of Amsterdam. According to the official Keukenhof Park page, seven million flower bulbs are planted annually in the park.

It's a magical place that delights nature and flower enthusiasts. It's a stunning garden and the world's largest flower park. With an area of 79 acres, Keukenhof offers visitors the chance to explore an incredible variety of plants and flowers, including tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, and more. Additionally, the park features beautiful lakes, picturesque bridges, and artistic sculptures, creating a unique atmosphere. It's an unmissable destination for those seeking beauty and tranquility. So, come and let yourself be enchanted by the lushness and vibrant colors of Keukenhof!

Keukenhof means 'Kitchen Garden' in English and is partially situated within the property of the castle with the same name, the Keukenhof Castle.

The architect Zocher, the same who designed the Vondelpark in Amsterdam, designed this Keukenhof garden. The idea to open the garden to the public in 1959 helped the Netherlands become the world's largest flower exporter.

Brussels & Bruges


Brussels, the capital of Belgium, is a cosmopolitan city that blends history with modernity. It's the most densely populated region in Belgium with a population of over 1.2 million. Brussels grew from a small rural settlement on the banks of the River Senne.

Since the end of World War II, it has been an important center of international politics and the headquarters of numerous international organizations. Brussels is the de facto capital of the European Union, hosting several key EU institutions. The Benelux Secretariat and the NATO headquarters are also located in Brussels. It serves as a national and international hub for rail, road, and air traffic.

Brussels is renowned for its gastronomy and culinary offerings (local waffles, chocolate, fries, and diverse beer types). It's the capital of comic strips. According to local legend, the settlement originated from the construction of a chapel on the banks of the Senne River around 580. Since 1000, it has been an important trade route between Bruges and Ghent, and Cologne.

Our itinerary includes visiting the Vossenplein (Flea Market), the Palace of Justice (beautiful city view), the chic Louise Avenue, Petit Sablon, Grand Sablon (chocolates), the Fine Arts Museum, Royal Square, Royal Palace (Coudenberg), Mont des Arts, Royal Library, Putterie, St. Hubert's Gallery, St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral, and more. Additionally, the Bouchers Street, Delirium Café, and, of course, the iconic and beautiful Grand Place (Town Hall) and the Manneken Pis statue. If time allows, we'll also visit the Atomium!


Bruges is the capital of the province of West Flanders - it has 117,000 inhabitants and dates back to the 5th century!

The Romans were in Bruges, establishing fortifications during that time. There was already trade with England. It was granted city status in 1128, and by 1277, it was the main connection to Mediterranean trade. Bruges had a branch in Genoa, and thus, in 1309, the stock exchange was established.

Philip the Good came to live in Bruges, attracting many to the city. In 1500, the canal became obstructed by silt, and Antwerp became the most important port. In 1650, Charles II of England was exiled here, and the city gained even more infrastructure.

We'll visit the Grote Markt, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 'Bruges' in Celtic means 'waters' - 'Reie' is a Celtic word. Bruges' golden age was in the 14th century when 46,000 inhabitants lived there. In the subsequent centuries, it seems Bruges fell from favor, enduring various rulers. By the mid-18th century, it became a tourist city and the setting for many books and films by English authors.

The historic center is Gothic and neo-Gothic and attracts 1 million visitors per year.

Other Tours

We also offer amazing tours in the Giethoorn area combined with a visit to the majestic Paleis 't Loo, a stunning palace with beautiful gardens. In Giethoorn, we'll take a boat tour through picturesque and charming canals.

We can also visit Muiderslot Castle, Broek in Waterland, Maastricht, Utrecht, Zuiderzee Museum, Zandvoort, and the Kröller-Müller Museum.

At Muiderslot, you can explore a fascinating medieval castle. In Broek in Waterland, be enchanted by the traditional architecture and tranquil atmosphere.

In Maastricht, discover the rich history and vibrant culture of the city.

Utrecht offers charming canals, impressive historic buildings, and a lively atmosphere.

At the Zuiderzee Museum, immerse yourself in the maritime and cultural history of the Netherlands.

In Zandvoort, enjoy beautiful beaches and a relaxed atmosphere.

Finally, at the Kröller-Müller Museum, marvel at an incredible art collection and the surrounding national park. Discover the Netherlands in a unique and special way with our tours

Transfers & Tickets

We offer airport transfer services to the city, ticket purchases for museums, and assistance in restaurant reservations.

Our team is ready to welcome you with our vans at the airport, ensuring a comfortable and safe ride to your destination in the city. Additionally, we can assist you in acquiring tickets for the region's major museums, ensuring you make the most of the local culture.

And if you need help with hotel reservations, we're here to assist. We are familiar with high-quality hotels and can find the option that best suits your needs and preferences. Count on us to make your trip even more seamless and enjoyable

Amsterdam - Rotterdam - Dordrecht - Zandvoort - Haarlem - Utrecht - Alkmaar - Maastricht - Giethoorn

Antwerp - Gent - Bruges - Brussels

The Guides

Hello, I'm from União da Vitória in Paraná, Brazil, and I also lived for years in Curitiba, where I graduated in Sociology from UFPr in 1987.

Since 1990 in Amsterdam, I greatly enjoy my work here showcasing the beauties of this typical Northern European city. As a guide, I suggest tours, accompany, provide assistance with transfers, and shopping.

There are tourists who seek to know more about the Netherlands than the usual tourist attractions; they look for a different kind of tourism. These individuals greatly appreciate hiring a guide who offers a cheerful and relaxed visit right from the start.

As an event promoter, I organize and provide support for any type of event, trips, or congresses. As a receptionist, I arrange and accompany airport-hotel-airport transfers, assisting with check-ins and check-outs. We also cater to tour operators by organizing their excursions. If you fit any of these profiles, it will be a pleasure to assist you.

I hope to establish a working partnership in the near future.



Laurence Lamers began his career as a junior editor for several Dutch feature films and documentaries. After studying Theater and Film Sciences at the University of Amsterdam, he worked as a production manager for various corporate and commercial films, producing drama for television. In the mid-nineties, he started his career as a director-producer of television programs, infotainment, and talk shows.

His desire for intellectual fulfillment and mental exploration matched his wish to experience the real world and comprehend the various layers of society. Born and raised in Amsterdam, he is therefore knowledgeable about the reality and history of this beautiful city.

He is also part of the tour agency Guiamsterdam, working alongside Silvia to assist and guide Brazilian tourists, as well as visitors from other countries