There are several possibilities to discover the city in a different way than a city walk or a cycle tour. Take to the water, you won't believe what you see! Book a canal cruise or enjoy a high tea on the water. Below we give you some great tips.
Dordrecht does not have canals, but harbors. The Voorstraathaven is the backbone of the old city. The Voorstraat and Wijnstraat lie on both sides of the water and are connected by graceful bridges.
Dordrecht is most beautiful from the water! At Si Barone, they are happy to show you the historic harbours and other beautiful spots that would otherwise remain hidden. Do you have special wishes or ideas? They arrange various (tailor-made!) arrangements together with other local entrepreneurs. A dinner for two, high tea with your friends, everything is possible on the water with Si Barone!
A tour with the electrically powered open boat, the Dordtevaar, shows you all facets of the beautiful Dordrecht harbours. Sailing through the narrow waterways, you will pass the most beautiful spots of the historic city centre. You will sail under centuries-old arched bridges and visit picturesque places. The guide will tell you enthusiastically about everything you see.
Do you have something to celebrate with your friends or family? Or are you looking for an original company outing or bachelor party? Then DRIJF Dordrecht is the right place for you. They take care of your day out in one of their magnificent sloops with great pleasure. They offer various arrangements: from a cosy drinks boat to a wine tasting on the water.
Dordt Vlogt takes you on a very special day, viewing Dordrecht from the water! Dordrecht is inextricably linked with water. The inner city is rich in historical harbours and in the backyard lies National Park the Biesbosch. In fact, Dordrecht is secretly most beautiful from the water. Fortunately, there are many opportunities to experience this. During these tours, you can choose to have all sorts of tasty snacks and drinks delivered to the boat. (The video is about Jaap events and Sloep Dordrecht, which are now together called DRIJF Dordrecht)