Amsterdam’s council has banned cruise ships from the city centre as the Dutch capital tries to limit visitor numbers and curb pollution.
Politicians said the vessels were not in line with the city’s sustainable ambitions.
It means the central cruise terminal on the River IJ near Amsterdam’s main train station will close.
It is the latest measure to clamp down on mass tourism in the city.
The council has been trying to scrub up, banning cannabis smoking on the streets of the red-light district.