Van Gogh's Amsterdam
Discover his greatest works and the city he called home
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See the city through the eyes of one its most famous and celebrated individuals. Vincent Van Gogh first arrived here in may 1877 as he prepared for university lived and stayed for many of his most informative years. This charming experience starts with a gentle breakfast canal cruise through areas of the city that once inspired him. Then it’s onwards to the fabled Van Gogh Museum, home to more than 1,000 of his letters and paintings, to see his iconic works up close. With your guide, you will explore the events and influences that shaped him into one of the 20th century’s most prolific artists including why he chopped off his own ear and his mysterious death.Important info:
Refunds and changes: permitted within 48 hours of the tour.
Museum admission is included.
This tour is in English and runs rain or shine.