Amsterdam is a unique European city. The Dutch capital is home to more than 800,000 people in its core area, which, for the better part, stands on the water. With more than a hundred kilometers of canals, more than 1,500 bridges, and over 90 small islands, Amsterdam earned its nickname the Venice of the North.
The canal digging started when the Dutch empire was at its peak, in the mid-17th century. Many of the buildings in this area of Amsterdam are from that era, which helped the city’s canal system get a UNESCO recognition as a World Heritage site.
Nothing compares to the view of the old Amsterdam as a boat ride along the canals. There are several cruise organizers nut for example amsterdamjewelcruises.com offers pleasant dinner cruises. For almost three hours of the tour, you can enjoy in a dinner made by a top-class chef while cruising along the canals.
The cruises arranged by the amsterdamjewelcruises.com depart from Single 250, which is close to the Dam Square. See their web page for more info.
A standard offer from the amsterdamjewelcruises.com consists of 2 ¾ hours dinner cruise, Private table with a window view, and a dinner. It costs 110 euros per person. Browse their website to see if the other offers suit you better.