Things to do in Amsterdam
Amsterdam top 10
When you visit another city you like to behave like a local but you also like to see the main highlights of the city.
What are the interesting attractions to go to?
There are numerous websites that will show you a list with popular places, like tripadvisor, but you still don’t know where to find the best spots of the moment. You can go on a hop on , hop off bus but are you satisfied afterwards?
Visitors like to have a chat with the local grocery shop owner, cheese maker and bar staff. Than you will hear what is going on in the city for sure. Blend in and see what locals do in their free time. Have a beer in the park, go to a rooftop terrace or hire a private boat and cruise along the beautiful canals. There are many uknown districts in Amsterdam which are getting more popular these days like Amsterdam Noord and Amsterdam-Oost.
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Red light district
When you are on a weekend break in Amsterdam, a visit to the world famous Red Light District can’t be missing in your itenary. This is used to be one of the most violent and criminal area’s in AMSTERDAM.
Nowadays it is safe to walk and slender along all the little streets. Here you will find a mix of nationatlies and businesses. A “world in a city” , that is what the red light area is.
Of course there are still ladies of pleasure behind the windows but there is so much more to see and experience. Go to the local market at Nieuwmarkt square or visit a boutique shop like Les Petit Puces. Visit the Rembrandt House or wander along the Zeedijk and little China.
For couples or art lovers who like to have a cultural day out there are plenty options to choose from.
Museums like Anne Frank and Van Gogh Museum are known around the world. Besides these famous museums there is a wide range of choices. From the hidden church museum “Onze lieve heer op zolder” , Hermitage and the Scheepvaartmuseum.
All are well worth a visit.
For young adults there is a wide range of activities to choose from. Amsterdam is well known for it’s coffeeshops but the music scene attracts a lot of youngsters too.
Think about the Amsterdam Dance Event and many summer festivals like Mysteryland and Awakenings. We have over 178 nationalities who all live together.
Amsterdam club scene is diverse, from R&B , hip hop to EDM. You can all find this in Amsterdam.
Ask us for hiddem gems in case of typical Dutch bars. The main bar districts in Amsterdam are around Leidseplein, Rembrandtplein and Red light area but dont forget the districts where you can find more locals like Jordaan are and De Pijp area. Well worth a visit!
Feel free and connect with other world citizens.
Amsterdam Canal Cruise
Amsterdam is known for his canals and old warehouses. The best view of these houses is from the water. Book a regular 1 hour cruise and see the highlights. An electronic guide will tell you all about the history. Another option is to hire your own private boat. For already €150 euro we arrange a private cruise for you.
Buy some drinks and hit the water. There are many companies who offer standard cruises on a private boat. Just tell your preferred cruising time and all is arranged. From the captain to the drinks. Just tell the company where you like to be picked up.
Rent a bike Amsterdam
When you speak about Holland you have to mention “Dutch bikes”. There are even more bikes in Amsterdam than people live.
The locals say it is the most efficient, time saving and greenest transport there is in this small city. The distances are not that far so it is quite easy to travel from one side to the other side of Amsterdam. For already €9 euro per day you can rent a bike.
You only have to watch out fro the tram rails and other vehicles in this busy city.