- Save time and money with an Amsterdam combo ticket to two of its best attractions
- Play on the interactive exhibits, learn the history of Heineken and enjoy a couple of cold brews at the Heineken Experience
- Cruise on Amsterdam's UNESCO Heritage-listed canals and see 16th and 17th-century architecture, plus get a free audio guide
Can't decide between the Heineken Experience or a canal cruise? We've taken the dilemma off your hands with this fun Amsterdam combo. Learn the history and recipe behind the iconic beer brand in the interactive brewery (free drinks included at the end), then hop on a canal boat for some even cooler Dutch history.
The best day of your Amsterdam trip may just be the one that involves a cruise on its UNESCO World Heritage-protected canals and a deep-dive into the world of Heineken, the city's most famous export.
Your 1-hour Lovers cruise leaves from right by Centraal Station. Seeing the city from the water is probably the best vantage point - plus you definitely won't get hit by a cyclist while in the boat! Plug into your audio guide and learn the history of the 16th and 17th-century monuments as you float on by.
In the Heineken Experience you'll be led through the brewing process and history of Heineken, before winding up in the disco-style bar for a few free beers.
It's an all-in-one Amsterdam spectacular. Cheers!
- Take the pre-sold tickets lane and show your smartphone ticket to the Heineken host
- You must do the Heineken Experience on the day and at the time you booked
- Make sure to be there 15 minutes before your chosen timeslot!
- Show your smartphone ticket directly at the Lovers Cruise boat. Please refer to the illustration on your voucher to find the exact departure point (Stationsplein 47, by Amsterdam Central Station)
- Departures take place every 20 minutes from 09:00 to 18:00, every 30 minutes from 18:00 to 21:00
- Cancellations are not possible for this ticket
- Changes may be possible for this ticket
Canal cruise was ok but a little disappointing tbh. Boat ride was fine and it was professional but actually this wasn’t all that. Can’t quite put my finger on it but felt a bit flat:
All in all though it was worth doing.