The Nieuwmarkt Audio Tours

36 reviews for audio tours in Amsterdam

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Katrien
4
21 days ago
It was an interesting tour.
Mitali
5
21 days ago
The audio tour was extremely well planned, paced & detailed. One of the best audio toured I’ve listened to from all my international travels including museums in France. I would highly recommend this to everyone. The navigation instructions are accurate & the images in each step help you easily find the halls on your own. We are not familiar with Russian language but could easily navigate & appreciate the art & history at the museum thanks to this. Very well done & thanks a lot for putting this together 😊
Adam
5
about 2 months ago
Thank you so much.
id15441
4
about 2 months ago
App not stable. Final destination closed. But all in all nice experience
Anne-Marie
5
about 2 months ago
It was nice to do a walking city tour through London, we went through spots we never even thought we'd see! We really enjoyed ourselves!
1/8
Nieuwmarkt (English: New Market) is a square in the centre of Amsterdam, Netherlands. The surrounding area is known as the Lastage neighborhood. It is situated in the borough of Amsterdam-Centrum. The square is considered part of Amsterdam's Chinatown, next to the De Wallen (Red Light District). There are over 20 cafés and coffeeshops facing the square. There is a daily market on the square, as well as an organic food market on Saturdays and a market for antiques and books on Sundays in the summer months. The Nieuwmarkt is dominated by a building known as the Waag, originally a gate in the Medieval city walls but converted into a weighing house after the walls were demolished in the 17th century. The square was created when the canals around the Waag were filled in 1614, and was used as a marketplace (hence the name). In World War II the square was used by the Nazis as a collection point for Jews who had been rounded up to be sent to the concentration camps.In the 1970s many buildings on and around the square were torn down to make way for a planned metro and highway which was to run right through the Nieuwmarkt neighbourhood. This led to heavy rioting, known as the Nieuwmarkt Riots (Nieuwmarktrellen), in 1975 and, ultimately, abandonment of the highway plans. The metro, however, was constructed, and Nieuwmarkt is now a station on the Amsterdam metro (subway) system.