Giethoorn, the village with no roads, which is often called the Dutch Venice is located 121 kilometers away from Amsterdam. It’s definitely worth visiting during your trip to Holland. But it’s not that easy to get to. A journey from Amsterdam to Giethoorn by public transport (train and bus) will take 2 – 2,5 hours one way.
If you want to save some time and energy, we recommend you to book a tour to Giethoorn from Amsterdam. The prices for a day trip start from 75 EUR a person.
You will depart from Amsterdam by a coach bus at 09:00 – 10:30, depending on the tour. And you will come back to Amsterdam around the dinner time. All tours to Giethoorn from Amsterdam include an 1 hour boat cruise in Giethoorn.
You can find more detailed information about tours to Giethoorn, their program and meeting point by clicking the tours’ profiles above. The tours operate 2-4 times a week, so it is wise to plan your trip in advance.
Accommodation in Giethoorn
If you want to spend a few days in Giethoorn make sure you book a place to stay in advance. Giethoorn offers a wide selection of hotels and B&Bs. Staying in a traditional Giethoorn house is definitely something to experience! Check prices and availability >>