You're invited to come aboard a traditional canal houseboat for an authentic Dutch dinner, or take a personalized market tour with an expert local guide. Amsterdam is full of foodie things to do and Eatwith is the best way to experience the very best of this picturesque city!
Amsterdam, the Dutch capital, is a major tourist destination. The picturesque canals, beautiful tulips and thousands of bikes parked everywhere all paint a picture of typical Dutch living. One of the many fun things to do in Amsterdam is to go on a cruise of the canals; it'll give you a beautiful view of the city from a unique perspective.
If you're hungry, be sure to try local specialties like herring, biterballen and fries with mayonnaise. Dutch home cooking is a little bit different from what's served in restaurants, and the best way to taste the local cuisine is to book a lunch or dinner with one of our lovely Amsterdam hosts!
Learn how to make Dutch specialties like stroopwafel, poffertjes and herring with a local chef. You'll not only learn delicious new recipes and helpful culinary skills, but you'll also have the opportunity to meet new people and ask your host for insider tips for their own city. See all our Amsterdam cooking classes.
Get the full Amsterdam experience on an interactive sightseeing tour and food walk with your very own guide. Our expert hosts know Amsterdam like the back of their hand and love to show you foodie hidden gems that you won't find in any guidebook. Browse all our Amsterdam food tours now!
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Whether you’re visiting Amsterdam for the world-class art, the rich history and architecture, or the infamous party scene, there’s no shortage of fascinating things to do, see, and visit in the Dutch capital. This picturesque city is lovely any time of year, whether you see it in full bloom in the spring or as a frozen wonderland in the winter.