More than just tulips to Amsterdam
There’s a lot for children to do in Amsterdam, with the indoor paradise Tun Fun, a restaurant where children cook and serve the food ( Kinder Kookkafé), a historical zoo, an interactive science museum and special youth performances at various city museums.
Diamond firm Gassan offers visitors a low-on-sales-pressure tour of its facilities, demonstrating how these chunks of carbon are ground into brilliant diamond patterns and then set in patterns.
Over three million people take a boat cruise in Amsterdam each year, but Viator offers a trip with a difference: a two hour journey around the city's extensive canals in glass enclosed comfort, while savouring fine wine and cheese by candlelight.
Mike’s Bike Tours offers a four hour tour for even the most sedate cyclist. In addition to the sexy, seedy side, it also shows the postcard side and the beautiful countryside. Highlights include an authentic windmill, a traditional cheese farm and clog factory, the Skinny Bridge, the festive Rembrandtplein and the Leidseplein Square.