Get a closer look at the alternative side of Amsterdam on this tour where you get to visit places that are filled with street art, graffiti halls of fame, squatters, unique independent galleries, and interesting shops. Start your day with this tour and enjoy being guided by a friendly local guide who will point out to you where to find the best restaurants, where to go drink, smoke, dance and just have a good time in the city.

You receive a free map at the start of the tour and you'll have full control on what you want to visit while you're in Amsterdam. Places of personal interests combined with the guide's top local recommendations will then be market out on your map and shown along the tour!

This activity includes:

English speaking local guides - Graffiti - Street art - Coffee shops - Local bars - Squatting culture

    Traveler Reviews

  • “Great cycling tour outside of the city centre!”
    Rating: 5 Reviewed on November 15, 2017

    Our guide, Alex, was fantastic at explaining the techniques and information on the artists who created the street art murals along our cycle. He was very interested in relating the information to us...

  • “Highlight of our trip! ”
    Rating: 5 Reviewed on June 25, 2017

    I was in Amsterdam with 3 teenagers. We had horrible weather - cold and rainy - and the mood was similar! Our tour with Nicole was incredible! The girls were super fascinated and all of a sudden...

  • “Beyond the touristy side of Amsterdam”
    Rating: 5 Reviewed on May 24, 2017

    My family and I had a fantastic tour with our super enthusiastic guide Marvin just minutes of metro ride away from the centre of Amsterdam. The murals were indeed beautiful and grand. But to me, the...

Meeting point

Dampkring Gallery, Singel 395

On arrival

We start the tour at Dampkring Gallery, Singel 395.

Things to note

Very important: Contact us on what time you want to start the tour.

Street art and graffiti is by it's nature always changing. One of Amsterdam's longest running squats just got evicted and this was the site of the city centre's Street Art Hall of Fame.