Discover Amsterdam like you never did before. With a city game you will find yourself in places where you would have never ventured before. Learn cool facts about the city or leave your comfort zone! Amsterdam is a perfect city to play a city game, because the city is so diverse and original. Secrets are hiding in every corner. Venture deep in to the Red Light Disctrict, stroll over the famous canals and visit the world famous museums. Take on the challenges in a small group with friends and family or go into the city for a company outing! Everything is possible.
The centre of Amsterdam has a story around every corner. Being one of the most tolerant cities in Europe for centuries has led to a very diverse history, with influences from all around the world. With our city games we try to show you everything that Amsterdam has to offer. Amsterdam is also known for people traveling by bicycle. It is possible to play a city game while traveling on bicycle or electric scooter instead of traveling on foot!
Looking for a hotel in Amsterdam
After you played one of our amazing city games in Amsterdam it's time for a rest. Amsterdam is full of good hotels.
Why visit Amsterdam? Why with a city game?
The experience is a must for beer lovers in Amsterdam. On the 90-minute self-guided tour, you will learn about the history of the Heineken brewing family and discover how the brand's logo has evolved over time. You will learn about the entire brewing process from the very beginning to the bottles and, of course, you will be able to taste the products for yourself.
Amsterdam light festival
It's the most wonderful time of the year in Amsterdam: an ordinary city becomes unforgettable. All over the world people are celebrating certain events with lights, and the end of November is when it's time for Amsterdam to come alive with this fantastic cultural event. Late November through early January are the dates to mark on your calendar, as this is the time for the festival of light.
Anne Frank house
The Anne Frank House is located in the center of Amsterdam, at Prinsengracht 263-267. The entrance to the museum is around the corner at Westermarkt 20. It is about 20 minutes walk from Amsterdam Central Train Station. The Westermarkt stop near the Anne Frank House is temporarily unavailable due to construction work. It is a 10-minute walk to Dam Square. There is no maximum time for your visit.
Canal boat tour
Fall in love with this city and its famous canals aboard a boat tour.
Capture the beauty of Amsterdam's famous canals from the water.
Enjoy a boat ride, from which you will be able to see all the streets of Amsterdam.
In addition, you will be able to take pictures that you can't take from the street, and you will be left with a perfect portrait.