Learn About Family Life In Amsterdam Through The Story of Pep and Tamara

the who is amsterdam Walking Tour

Amsterdam is famous for many things.


Our Red Light District. Coffee shops. Bicycles. Canals. Entrepreneurship. Tolerance. The happiest children in the world. Oh, and beer.

But how do we really live? Who are the people behind them?

Let us take you through the front door and into the living room of our city to experience Amsterdam in the most personal way - through real stories of real Amsterdammers.


69 EUR

Incl. the best apple pie in town + 2 drinks 

2:30 / 3pm

Tue, Thur & Sat


3,5-4 hours

Small groups

Max. 10 people



The Experience includes

  • 2 meet-and-greets with Amsterdammers who embody topics the city is famous for. 

  • A slice of the best apple pie in town and a cup of coffee or tea (Vegan? Let us know!)

  • A delicious local craft beer in the city's "most honest" bar (Not a beer lover? We have other options!)

  • Entrence fee to a brothel in the Amsterdam Red Light District.

  • The undivided attention of your new best friend in Amsterdam who doubles as your guide, storyteller and Amsterdam Wikipedia

  • Small group of maximum 10 travellers (Got a bigger group? We run private experiences. Just send us an email!)

know the people, 

live the city

A sex worker. A coffee shop owner. A bike mechanic. A real-life pirate. An entrepreneur with an incredible business. A connector. A brewer. An Amsterdammer family. 

Hear Rose's story from behind the red light. Hear Ludo's story at his coffee shop. Enter Ari's mind-bending store with a surprising business hidden at the back. 

We share their stories at amazing places you can't find on your own. 

Two of them you will also meet!

We believe that the heart of our city is the people. So we interviewed several unique and beautiful fellow Amsterdammers to share real life in our city with you.

Our experience is an opportunity for you to connect with Amsterdam and your fellow travellers. 

it's all about connection

We know food and drink does that. Really, really well. So halfway through, we'll stop for a slice of Amsterdam's best apple pie at a 200 year-old brown cafe. We'll then end with a beautiful local craft beer at a very special microbrewery.

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All good photography taken by Pavel Ananich