Self-guided audio tour in Amsterdam

Available tours in and around Amsterdam

How it Works

  • 1.

    Find your audio guide

    Select your Country - City - Tour
  • 2.

    Choose the number of participants

    Solo €9,95 / Duo €17,50 / Group(3-6) €25,00
  • 3.

    Receive a confirmation mail

    In the mail is a link to the app and an access code
  • 4.

    On the day of your walk, activate the tour

    You've got untill the next day to enjoy all the sightings and listen to the stories of the virtual audio guide, so plenty of time to have a drink, take a break or visit a museum.
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Walking tour with audio guide in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is known for its canals, the Red Light District, the Jordaan, the many coffee shops and the huge amount of tourists. But the capitol of the Netherlands offers so much more than that. Dive into the city's history with the help of City App Tour. Choose a walking tour from our selection and let yourself be guided by your own virtual audio guide. Enjoy the stories, famous sights and beautiful hidden spots we've picked out for you.

- The best walking routes and greatest stories

- Unexpected discoveries

- Personal virtual audio guide in 7 languages

- GPS guidance

- Walk at your own pace

Things to do in Amsterdam

Amsterdam, a metropolis with many faces. The historic Old Town is particularly suitable for a walking tour accompanied by a self-guided audio guide, but there is also much to discover outside the heart of the city.

The Old Town

The Jordaan with its almshouses, the Rembrandtplein, the Palace on Dam Square, the Red Light District, Chinatown, the Begijnhof and the many 17th-century canals. These are just a few of the many attractions that the center of Amsterdam has to offer.


Amsterdam has more than 50 museums, too many to visit in one day, but it is definitely worth to pay a visit at some of them during your walking tour. Classic destinations like the Anne Frank House, the Van Gogh Museum or the Stedelijk Museum are very popular. But even if you are not that into art, there is plenty to discover. Dive into the history of dance music at the Our-House Museum, learn all about Cannabis at the Hash Museum or maybe you are more interested at what The Sex Museum has to offer?

Amsterdam North

Not long ago a combination of working-class neighborhoods and business parks but nowadays the most trendy part of town, with many hip fashion shops, warehouses with vintage interior design, self-built homes and a hotel at the top of a huge crane.

De Pijp

De Pijp, a neighborhood south of downtown is known for its many and diverse restaurants, the Albert Cuyp market and the Sarphatipark. It is a lively neighbourhood and there is always something to do. For example, visit the old Heineken factory and experience the Heineken Experience.

So if you don’t want to miss a thing, immerse yourself in the wonderful world of this special and multifaceted city, with the help of your self-guided audio tour.