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Private Guided Historic Amsterdam Canal Cruise
"Your private hired boat will sail through the history to go back to 17th century via Amsterdam's famous canal districts; Herengracht Keizersgracht Prinsengracht Singelgracht. You will continue your tour by passing Anne Frank House from the water and it will also pass by Amstel river where city of Amsterdam was named after. Your boat will sail on the Y waterway that connects Amsterdam with the North Sea and the A the replica ship of a 400 year old Dutch East India Man Central Station from the Water and multiple historic churches."""
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Private Tour: Half Day Guided Amsterdam Bike Tour
"After getting a brief introduction about the city and the route to follow we will head towards the Vondelpark. On the tour you will also get to visit the area museums squares and many other places which will simply take your breath away. The tour would highlight 3 main stops: Between art and HistoryThe tour will start from Dam Square and after a brief history about the historic square the royal palace and the church we will head towards the train station. On the way you will also get to have a cup of the finest Italian coffee. Next we will ride toward the famous canals of Amsterdam and the Anne Frank museum. You will also get to have a closer look at the buildings there. Squares and parks of AmsterdamNex which is famous for its nightlife and busy restaurants. From there we head toward huge Vondelpark which is spread on more than 40 hectares. Moreover we will also visit the museum there and see the famous Amsterdam.Markets and Red LightOur tour will also take us to the Biggest and most known market of the city
From EUR25.00
Amsterdam Layover Tour: Private City Sightseeing with Round-Trip Airport Transfer
"After you arrive in Amsterdam Schiphol International Airport you’ll be picked up in a private vehicle at a designated meeting point and driven into the city for a 3- or 5-hour tour. If there are three or less in your group you’ll travel by car. If there are four or more transport will be by minibus.As you travel let your driver-guide fill you in on Amsterdam’s turbulent history rich architecture and liberal culture. Admire views of the attractive canals bridges
From EUR48.00

Café de Prins Tips (3)

Café De Prins

Here's another winner! This little hole-in-the-wall has all the battered, rustic charm of its former (pre-1967) life as a "brown cafe" and a great terrace (see photo on website) beside a pretty canal....
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Dec 24, 2011

Cafe's/Grand Cafe's/Bars/Pubs/Bruine Cafe's

This is a great cafe on the Prinsengracht, not far from Anne Frank's House. The tables are right by the canal on a quiet street, and the service is fast and friendly. The prices are also very...
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Aug 19, 2004

De Prins

This is a lovely place to sit out by the side of one of Amsterdam's prettiest canals. The terrace gets extremely busy so you may have to hang around a while for a table. The sandwiches are good...
Sep 08, 2002
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Things to Do Near Café de Prins

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Tulip Museum

Also on Prinsengracht, at number 116, on the opposite side of the canal to the Anne Frank House Museum, and next to the Cheese Museum is a small museum called the Tulip...
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Anne Frank House

When we knew for sure that we would be visiting Amsterdam, one of the sites we most anticipated visiting was the "Anne Frank House." Nearly everyone in our immediate family is interested in World War...
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Westerkerk - Westertoren

I have decided to add the "Westertoren" or Westerkerk's Tower or Bell Tower as a separate tip because it almost seems to be a separate entity from the church, and it has some of its very own...
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Jordaan District

Build in 1616 on order by local merchant Jan Janszoon Oly, the Sint Andries Hofje was a place were poor elderly Catholic people could live. The houses around the inner court were ready in 1617 and...
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Electric Ladyland

Remember those disco nights when you see all things in bright colors? I mean not those you see after smoking some stuff, but rather those which arises from illumination with black light. You may find...
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The Noorderkerk church is constructed between 1620 and 1623. Hendrick de Keyser, the Amsterdam City architect made the design of the building, that was one of the first Dutch Protestant churches as...
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Getting to Café de Prins


Prinsengracht 124 - 1015 EA Amsterdam


  • Sunday 10:00 to 01:00
  • Monday 10:00 to 01:00
  • Tuesday 10:00 to 01:00
  • Wednesday 10:00 to 01:00
  • Thursday 10:00 to 01:00
  • Friday 10:00 to 02:00
  • Saturday 10:00 to 02:00