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Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ capital, known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age. Its Museum District houses the Van Gogh Museum, works by Rembrandt and Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum, and modern art at the Stedelijk. Cycling is key to the city’s character, and there are numerous bike paths.
Vondelpark has cafes and an open-air theatre, and the nearby Royal Concertgebouw is a prominent classical-music venue. In the Jordaan district are shops and galleries, as well as the Anne Frank House, where the Jewish diarist hid during the Second World War. Dining ranges from casually decorated “living room” restaurants to traditional Dutch eateries and Indonesian rijsttafel (“rice table”) specialists. The famous “Coffee shops” sell small amounts of marijuana for those wishing to partake. The neon-lit Red Light District is home to the Erotic Museum, exhibiting provocative paintings and prints.
If you’re on a budget and looking to gather your bearings in your first few days in the city, a free walking tour is a great option.
By booking this tour online, you can guarantee a place, although you are expected to give a small tip to the guide at the end.
This tour takes you through the most well-known attractions such as the Anne Frank House, the Jordaan neighborhood and the Red Light District.
The local guide is highly knowledgeable and can advise you on the rest of your trip.
Capital city of Kingdom of Netherlands, Amsterdam, has one of the most glorious and sizzling nightlife scene in the world. From techno, dubstep and trance to hip-hop, funk and deep house; the post sunset hours in Amsterdam dazzle with nightclubs, cafes and discotheques. Exploring areas like Dam Square, Leidseplein, Rembrandtplein and Jordan will lead you to the hippest pubs and clubs in the Capital.
At night, Amsterdam transforms into something totally different than in daytime. Many will stroll along the canals, admiring the elegance and peacefulness of the city. However, inside the numerous cafes, bars and clubs, Amsterdam is teeming with excitement. Whether you’re a frequent visitor to the nightlife scene or are just visiting, Amsterdam will make you feel at home.
Nightlife is not confined to one spot. While the main areas are Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein, you can also find other great places scattered around the city. Amsterdam provides music of all types, various performances, places that you can let loose, as well as comedy clubs and low-key establishments. No matter what you’re looking for or the mood that you’re in, the city caters to everyone.
KeukenhofAside from the world-famous nightlife, the Red Light District is a symbol of the city’s liberal attitudes towards prostitution.
This walking tour takes you through the area to learn more about why the Netherlands is so open about sex work. You will get the opportunity to visit the Condomerie and hear stories from local prostitutes and S&M workers.
Your professional guide will help you safely navigate the streets and teach you about the history of the area. You will also get to sample the nightlife with a free shot at Belushi’s Bar to finish the tour.
Easily one of the most iconic landscapes in the Netherlands, if not all of Europe, is the grand Keukenhof tulip garden.
Undoubtedly the world’s largest flower garden Keukenhof is home to over 15 km of footpaths and spans over 32 hectares of colourful, blooming parkland.
Naturally, Keukenhof is best visited in the spring months when the flowers have burst from their buds.
Not only a tulip garden there are also rows upon rows of bright yellow daffodils and perfect pink, purple and peachy hyacinths too.
The theme for Keukenhof is ‘Romance in Flowers’ and it’s simply wonderful.
You need not be a budding botanist or avid gardener to enjoy Keukenhof, its beauty is indisputable.
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