Forget canals and piles – Amsterdam is a city built on stories. Some of its most interesting, though, have been overlooked by history. On this socially distanced tour, we stroll through the spacious Plantage neighborhood to hear the untold stories of individuals who contributed to Amsterdam’s layered past. This gives guests a nice cross-section of the city’s BIPOC, LGBT+, Jewish and women’s history.
Participants are asked to wear masks and maintain a 1.5-meter distance from each other and passers-by.
The roughly two-hour walk starts at KIT and ends at Waterlooplein. Please wear good walking shoes and dress for the weather. In true Dutch fashion, we try to go rain or shine and cold or heat, though we will cancel and reschedule/refund if the weather looks severe.
We are closely monitoring the coronavirus numbers in Amsterdam. Should we feel that it is no longer safe to lead the tour, we will cancel the reservation and provide a full refund.