2 hoursStart time
04 Nov 15 - 20 Mar 16: 8:00pm
21 Mar 16 - 30 Oct 16: 9:00pm
The tour starts from boat company Lovers, Prins Hendrikkade 25, 1012 TM AmsterdamEnding Point
The tour concludes at the original point of departure
Sip unlimited glasses of wine accompanied by wine and nuts, as you see the city pass by.
With softly playing background music serenading you, let this candlelight cruise give you a treasure house of special memories!
This Candlelight Cruise departs from boat company Lovers, Prins Hendrikkade 25, 1012 TM Amsterdam. Please reach this point at least 20 minutes before departure time.
Board an elegant glass-enclosed canal boat and be guided to your table by the courteous staff. Treat yourself to a unique evening as you cruise through Amsterdam’s magically candle lit canals. As you glide past some of the city’s most interesting buildings and spots, sit back and enjoy a varied cheese, nuts and red or white wine.
During the cruise a host might announce the highlights of the tour cruise when passing by.
This enchanting tour ends at the starting point.
Please call the local activity operator at least 24 hours prior to the tour start time to confirm all details.
Times given are sailing times, please board the boat at least 30 minutes prior to the chosen start time.
Valentine’s day - 14th February: Candlelight cruise will depart at 8:30pm instead of 8:00pm as usual.
Voucher information: No need to print! If you are travelling with a smartphone or tablet you can present your voucher on your device for this activity.
Absolutely fantastic trip. Throughly enjoyed it. All the staff were fantastic and tour was detailed and thorough. Highly recommed!...Miss AJ Pearce
Superb. Easy booking. Excellent Host and Waitress. Excellent wine and nibbles. Oh and although not advertised beer included too! Great easy night after hectic day sightseeing....MRS S RITCHIE
The tour guide was amazing and spoke 5 different languages. She was extremely friendly and kept checking to see if we were ok and were enjoying the trip. She really seemed to...Jane Littlewood