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Amsterdam City Centre
In the city centre
Take a stroll along Damrak, filled with curio shops and restaurants geared up for tourism. Reach the square to see the Royal Palace and New Church standing side-by-side in their majestic glory. Madame Tussauds offers waxy fun for the family, while Kalverstraat is a high street shopping extravaganza.
Places to stay from £13 per night
1.4 miles from city centre
The ‘Old South’ is Amsterdam’s most elegant neighborhood and contains a mix of commercial and residential areas. Luxurious PC Hooftstraat features designer label clothing and accessories, while a stroll along the Northern Amstel Canal will bring you to one of the many parks in the area.
Places to stay from £16 per night
1.2 miles from city centre
There’s an urban feel in this hugely multi-cultural area in the streets between Overtoom and Kinkerstraat. With numerous ethnic shops and restaurants, the area is a smorgasbord for food lovers. Ten Katemarkt street market is in the centre of the district, known for its Turkish food vendors selling delicious treats.
Places to stay from £15 per night
As the Netherlands' culture-packed capital, Amsterdam has always been a hotspot for holidaymakers. This enticing slice of North Holland is renowned for its iconic criss-crossing canals, distinctive narrow houses and an eclectic range of museums including the Anne Frank House, the Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum.
Main public transport options include buses and trams, but bicycles rule when it comes to getting around. With around 400 km of bike paths and almost 8,000 parking spaces, exploring on two wheels makes taking in the main sights a breeze.
The city's medieval centre, known as Centrum, showcases many points of interest synonymous with Amsterdam tourism, including canals, traditional architecture and the famous nightlife of the Red Light District. If you're visiting in tulip season, a stopover at nearby Keukenhof's botanical garden in mid-April provides sweeping views of multicoloured flowers in bloom.
A variety of accommodation can be found all over the city, from high-end hotels to cosy hostels and homestays. The main airport of Schiphol is 15 km southwest of the city and offers regular train services between the main terminal and city centre.
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|Most popular time to visit||June–August|
|Cheapest time to visit||March–May|
|Local currency||€ 10 = £9|
|Average weekend price||£153 per night|
|Average weekday price||£158 per night|
|Typical stay||2 nights|
There is plenty for every need: culture, nature, socializing, shopping, drinking, food, (naughtiness), and boats! The only thing to keep in mind is that drinks (including water and soda), and transport are more expensive here, other prices are fairly normal. If you like combining 'culture, museums, and history' with 'shopping, going out, and dining in' this is a place for you! And all in a few minutes walking! But if you don't like walking you can always can a public transport (ov) card for the day, or more.
Dutch are very friendly :) Just been for a long weekend, what a great place. Travelling around is so easy and the choise of restaurants and places to visit is endless and the dutch are so friendly and helpfull.
Amsterdam is my favourite city to visit. There is so much to do and everywhere is so accessible either by foot, bus or of course bicycle. The people are some of the friendliest in the world and are always happy to help travellers along the way. Amsterdam is great for both a short and longer stay, I personally think 3nights/4 days is perfect!
Communication to the client. I did not receive any update in regards to the the COVID-19 situation this is extremely unprofessional. No communication in regards to what happened to my booking there was a travel restriction to Amsterdam like common!!!!
the beach area is my favourite place to go Zandvoort bloemendaal all along that coastal area i also like to visit utrecht in the winter time to the jaarburs arena still to visit other places in the netherlands it feels like part of me belongs there and my partner We love the people the music festivals and culture not so keen on the busy areas only through personal choice overall 10/10 been every year the past 5 years
Love the atmosphere of this city! Would recommend walks or bike rides along the canals and Amstel river. I've been here many times and just can't get enough of the views. Great (rooftop) bars and restaurants. Not like any other European capital because of the Dutch architecture, canals, infrastructure for walking and biking and of course the red light district.
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