A fascinating and diverse neighborhood full of great food and shopping! Just to the East of Central Station and bordering the Red Light District. The vast majority of Chinatown lies along the Zeedjik. There are a number of great restaurants, Asian Grocery Stores, funky shops and other interesting attractions along …

In the city of canals and bikes, trams are very present in the lives of Amsterdammers and tourists, providing an extensive and efficient network of public transport in the city. For medium and long distances within Amsterdam, as well as in days of bad weather, trams are the best way …
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Heineken Museum, also known as Heineken Experience, is located just 5 minutes walk from Museumplein and next to most attractions in Amsterdam. It’s one of the most popular tourist attractions, where visitors can experience first hand the history, the manufacturing process and the distribution of the most well-known Dutch beer. …

Taking place every first Sunday of the month, Sunday Market is the monthly Fashion, Food and Art & Design Market in Amsterdam. Located in Westergasfabriek, former gasworks in Amsterdam Westerpark district, used now as a cultural venue. The Sunday Market is inspired by London markets like Camden and Portobello where …
Amsterdam Canal Cruise Boat

Offering private and dinner cruises on antique Dutch boats, Amsterdam Jewel Cruises is the perfect choice for travelers who are looking for a distinctive and luxurious experience. Enjoy an intimate dinner cruise and a three course menu. Private cruises are custom made to fit all your demands! This experience is …

Amsterdam is not only a city of gorgeous architecture, rich history and illicit pleasures, but it’s also a city of fantastic food, both in terms of what’s out there and value for money. With more restaurants and cafes than you can shake a stick at, you never have to go …
Bottles of Liquor

Located on the Museumplein (Museum Square) in Amsterdam, just opposite the Van Gogh Museum, House of Bols Cocktail & Genever Experience, rated the Nº1 attraction in Amsterdam by Lonely Planet, will take you through a “World of Flavour”. Here you can touch, smell, taste and discover the spectacular world of …
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During the later part of the 16th century, Amsterdam’s Rederijkerskamer (Chamber of Rhetoric) organized contests between different Chambers in the reading of poetry and drama. In 1638, Amsterdam opened its first theatre. Ballet shows were performed in this theatre as early as 1642. In the 18th century, the French theatre …
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The nightlife of a major city could never be complete without nightclubs, discos and cocktail bars. Amsterdam, like other major cities in the world, has found itself in the midst of a drinking revolution. Going to an average bar and drinking the same Gin and Tonic you can buy anywhere, …

citizenM Schiphol Airport, Jan Plezierweg 2, 1118 BB Schiphol, Netherlands This 4 star modern hotel offers great value for your money and features a bar, free wifi and a library. The hip and modern vibe offers the perfect soft landing if you are arriving early or late and just need …