Robert

This is Robert, one of the experienced guides of Trigger Tours. I was born and raised in Soest/Baarn, in the middle of the country, close to the palace of the former Queen Juliana. I still live there, 40 kilometers from Amsterdam, but in a quiet and green environment.
I have been working as a guide for the last ten years and l have built up a broad knowledge of history, people, politics and businesses.
Additional to the mentioned knowledge I know a lot about flowers, plants, animals and meteorology.
I really like to share my knowledge with people from all over the world. I do tours by cars and minivan to every place in the Netherlands. I always make sure it will be a great day!

 

Anja

Hi my name is Anja! I have a background in art and love history. I currently work as a guide for an art gallery and do museum tours since many years. I also do private tours to many places in the Netherlands such as Giethoorn, Zaanse Schans, Rotterdam, Delft and The Hague. I really enjoy sharing my knowledge about history and art.

Stan

My name is Stan! In my tour guiding work I’m passionate, humorous and also a bit critical about my hometown Amsterdam. I show visitors Amsterdam the way I experience it myself as a resident. Hereby I combine visiting authentic and surprising places with the most beautiful must see’s and highlights taking into account the background and wishes of the customer; from true hidden gems and insider tips to actual themes in the city and from unique street art and pioneering start-ups to the most amazing places in both historical and modern Amsterdam. A tour with me will be never the same, but preferably a mix of experiences and stories that suits the customer’s wishes !!!

 

Alexandra

Hi my name is Alexandra! I was born and raised in Amsterdam and have lived in many different neighborhoods. Since I have become a tour guide at Trigger Tours, over two years ago, I myself have learned a lot of new things about this city which I would love to share with you.
One of things that interest me the most is the history of the city and as a resident of the red light district I have also developed knowledge about it’s current situation. Living here gave me a more personal perspective that adds value to those who want to learn from a local.

 

Brandon

Hi my name is Brandon and I want to welcome you to the Netherlands. I have been doing tours for over 10 years and I have a passion for traveling, art, history and storytelling. I do tours in many places all over the Netherlands like Giethoorn, Rotterdam, Delft and Amsterdam. I speak fluently Dutch and English. Because I do private tours everything is very flexible, I always try to customize my tours to your needs! I cannot wait to share my knowledge with you on one of my tours.

Julia

Hi my name is Julia and I have been a tour guide for many years. I moved to Amsterdam 8 years ago and quickly fell in love with the city. Being a tour guide is something that I do with a passion. My favorite area of Amsterdam is the Jordaan and I love to show you this beautiful area of the city. Being a resident of the Jordaan area I really know all the places and sights only locals know about. I also do tours in the Red Light District and Old Town area. I speak fluently Portugese, English and Spanish.

Stefan

Hi my name is Stefan. I am born in Rotterdam, but I know every corner and alley in Amsterdam. I have been a tour guide for many years and would love to share my knowledge, enthusiasm and passion for the city. I speak fluently English, German and Swedish and do tours in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. With many years of experience of guiding I guarantee you will have an amazing time!

 

Cara

Hi, I’m Cara. When I visited Amsterdam for the first time at 14 I told myself that one day, I will live in this city and the dream came true! I study History with a particular interest in the Dutch capital and I found that working as a tour guide was the best way for me to communicate my passion. Born in Germany but spending my teenage years in the Netherlands, I have learned to love and understand the Dutch culture through a newcomers perspective and I am excited to answer all the questions I myself had years ago. Beware of bikes and I am looking forward to meet you.