Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Every year millions of tourist comes to Amsterdam every year, visiting its art treasures, dedicating most of their time to simply hanging out and absorbing the city’s vibrant, welcoming spirit. You couldn’t find more chilled-out place than Amsterdam.

It is a fact that in Amsterdam bikes are more than boats and boats are more than cars. Amsterdam is truly a biker’s city. Cycling is the key to the city’s character, and that is why best way to see the city is pedaling along the labyrinthine streets.

Best time to visit

Amsterdam has warm, mild summer (30-40 degree) and moderately cold and wet winters which makes it an ideal all-year destination. Amsterdam is one of the most famous holiday destination not only in Europe in whole world and that is the reason it is overwhelmed by tourists whole year and with around 300 hundred festival across a year, you will find it always jam packed. If you like warm weather, best is to go summer time (June-August). In summer time hotel rate will be very high if you haven’t booked in advance. Spring and autumn are not too crowded. If you want to get some deals and will go there just before or after the summertime high tourist season which can be more beautiful and scenic with mist hanging over the canals and low sunlight beaming through the cloud cover.

Top Sights and Attractions

It’s easy to see Amsterdam as one big village crossed by canals and footbridges, colorful flower markets, and bike paths, but that’s only until you visit its art galleries, see the best of Dutch design, and experience its extravagant nightlife, when you conclude that this is in fact a big world-class city.

Museum District houses the Van Gogh Museum, works by Rembrandt and Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum, and modern art at the Stedelijk.

The gentle canals make a perfect backdrop for exploring the Jordaan and Rembrandtplein square.

The Anne Frank House is a writer’s house and biographical museum dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank.

Amsterdam is a place where people can relax, play sports on the grass, bike along pathways and enjoy a herring sandwich or Dutch beer at one of the park’s horeca facilities.

De Wallen is [amazon_textlink asin=’1786575574|1786575566′ text=’Amsterdam’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’fundooplace05-21|fundooplace-21′ marketplace=’IN|UK’ link_id=’421ffe32-a954-11e8-9611-9bede3fa0c39′]’s infamous red-light district, the city’s designated area for legalized prostitution.

Where to Stay


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