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Amsterdam Tales Team

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The Great Aichane Agut

Aichane is a creator and co-founder of Amsterdam Tales. She is from Toledo, a picturesque and historic city in the centre of Spain.

She has a Degree in Primary Education and Foreign Languages Teaching, and has trained as a Spanish teacher at the Cervantes Institute in Utrecht. In addition, she has worked as a tour guide in Amterdam since 2014.

Two years ago, she decided to unite her two passions and started this great adventure that has become her life project.

For her, her work is a mutual learning process full of experiences and moments of continuous personal and professional development.

She is passionate about education, she is an animal and nature lover, and she loves travelling all around the world and meeting new places, people and cultures.


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Super Patricia Andrade

Patricia is a creator and cofounder of Amsterdam Tales. She comes from a  small town called Rota which belongs to Cádiz, in the south of Spain.

She has a Diploma in Teaching  and Speech Therapy, and has trained as a Spanish teacher at the Cervantes Institute in Utrecht. She also has a lot of experience in tourism, this led her to create a company through which everyone could enjoy Amsterdam and enjoy what made her fall in love, its diversity.

When Patricia has a project in mind,  she does everything possible to achieve it, involving and motivating those who want to accompany her.

Achieving equality between men and women is one of her main goals in all of her projects, so she immerses herself in continuous learning to make it a reality.

She loves travelling, having fun with friends and most of all, she loves eating fried potatoes with eggs in her grandma’s style.

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Spanish-English Guide


Hi, I’m Raquel! I was born in Barcelona and five years ago I came to live in the Netherlands. I studied Early Childhood Education and worked in several schools as a monitor of extracurricular activities and in dining rooms.

In my first year in Holland I lived a beautiful experience. I was an Au Pair of a Dutch family. I lived with them and took care of the two kids. I felt at home! After thirteen months with them, I started the adventure of being a guide in Amsterdam and to this day I still enjoy this city every time I show their stories and places with people from all over the world.

Nice to dedicate myself to what I love: Walking, talking, Amsterdam, and the little ones!

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Spanish-English Guide


Hi there guys! My name is Samuel, from a precious little village in southern Spain. It’s been 15 years since I started to pursue my dream: working with children and teenagers. I simply adore their potential and all that they can actually teach us! Being able to help them enjoy and grow.

About me, I have a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and a Master’s in Spanish Teaching. I have traveled the world gaining experience in the field. Worked in a nursery in Melbourne and two international schools both in London and here in Amsterdam as a teacher. In addition, I have a background in acting and as a swimming coach for early ages.

But, above all, I just love to play, make people laugh, and beef up our children limitless imagination! I would love to meet your family and create memories having fun, while I share with you some of the best of the amazing Amsterdam.  Don’t hesitate and join in!

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Italian Guide


Hello everyone, my name is Giuseppe Petrarca, I am 24 years old and I come from the beautiful city of Syracuse.

My passion in showing guests the wonders of this beautiful city was born three years ago, that is, from our first meeting.

I love being with children and having fun, I can show them what are the customs and traditions of a culture different from ours. See you soon!

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German Guide


Hi adventurers. From the surface Amsterdam looks so clean and idyllic. Almost like somebody painted the houses carefully with the finest brushstrokes.

But beneath the surface, forgotten stories from the past wait for you around every corner, in every alley and every canal. If Amsterdam was a book, you would need a whole library for it.

I’m Vincent, and I am here to tell you the fascinating tales of Amsterdam. I have not always been here. Like many, the city called to me, grabbed me and never let me go. Born in the northern German town of Lübeck, I spent 7 years in far south on the east African coast in the Kenyan city Mombasa.

One day I found myself telling stories to kids in the mountains of Austria when I was working at a family sports hotel.  A few years later, I was immersed in the streets of Amsterdam, telling curious souls like yourself long forgotten tales of the city, that take you back hundreds of years.

I must warn you, once you walk with me you may never want to leave.