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Amsterdam East


Discover the neighborhood through the maps full of stories about history, art and culture.

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Discover the vibrant East district, full of street art, wide streets, and 19th-century buildings with our mapped-out walking tour. Immerse yourself in the neighbourhoods culture, history, and art guided by stories that will keep you engaged and interested. 

We will start and end the tour at Trapperij de Eeuwige Jeugd, and everything you will see in between is a surprise. This walk will approximately take 2 to 3 hours, and is filled with extraordinary stories about the people, history, art and architecture of the city.

Additionally, every story has inspired a question to spark up a conversation between you and your chosen explorer(s).

Shipping your order will take about 1-2 working days.
Would you rather like to pick it up? You can! Just drop by at Prinsengracht 769. And make sure you shoot us an email at: with the tour + pick up time.


Customer reviews

Based on 25 reviews
Marleen Verhaegh

The walk was very nice, cozy and with beautiful murals. Surprising!

MJ Franken
Surprisingly nice walk through East

Because we don't know this part of Amsterdam very well, we chose the Tassie East. And no regrets :-).
A beautiful route with interesting information and fun questions. At the end of the walk in the park, toast to a successful day!

Successful sisters day in East

Then you think you know Amsterdam a bit... But I don't come to this neighborhood very often and it turns out to be very nice to walk through. Nice route, funny questions to ask each other (even if you've known each other for over 50 years 😀) and interesting info and history about what we encountered along the way.
Had lunch on the way and ended with a glass of wine in the park, in short it was a successful day!

A very good initiative:

Perhaps an idea to expand the "Tassie" with, for example, a packed lunch composed of products supplied by the local middle class in the area. furthermore, a voucher for a drink on a terrace of a participating catering establishment, now that the terraces are open, would be good, not only because on a nice day people do not limit themselves to 1 drink, but also to prevent an annoying BOA from fining Tassies carriers for drinking on public roads


What a fun journey of discovery

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