Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Schiphol, RAI Exhibition and Congress Centre, and Van Gogh Museum. Albert ...
This modern hotel is located on the A4 highway between Amsterdam and The Hague, 6 km from Schiphol Airport, 10 km from Keukenhof, and 12 km from the city ...
Located in Oude Centrum, this luxury hotel is steps from National Monument, Dam Square, and Royal Palace. New Church and The Old Church are also within 5 ...
Linked to the passenger terminal and train station by a covered walkway, and next to the World Trade Center, this Avant-Garde hotel is twenty minutes from central ...
This hotel is located in Amsterdam (Amsterdam South), close to World Fashion Centre, Concertgebouw, and Stedelijk Museum. Also nearby are Van Gogh Museum and ...
Bordered by a warren of narrow streets lined with pubs, cafés, and restaurants, this hotel faces a small square, and is 400 metres from the central train station. ...
Located in Museum Quarter, this hotel is steps from P.C. Hooftstraat and Rijksmuseum. Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum are also within 10 minutes.
As one of the most popular cities in Europe, Amsterdam has an incredible diversity in attractions. Where else in the world would tourists of all ages flock into a recognized red light district completely at ease? It is a place where you grow used to the sound of the bells on the bicycles that seem to overwhelm it. Old sits along with new in total comfort from the Oude Kerk, the city's oldest surviving building, to the modern design of the Van Gogh Museum. Its maze of mesmerizing canals gives added identity to a city bursting with charm and character.
Look in on the Museum of Bags and Purses and see the world’s largest collection from modern designers and some from the sixteenth century.
Try the chicken dish at Fyra restaurant; once you find it hidden down a Vijzelstraat side-street, you will be amazed at the quality.
Take a trip down to Ijburg Beach just outside the city where you can swim or just relax a while.
Head to Artplein Spui on a Sunday morning where you will find some lovely ceramic art to either buy or simply admire.
You have to visit the city's narrowest house on the Singel canal, at just 180cm wide, it has to be seen to be believed.
Go on a strange adventure seeing the remarkable sights and sounds of the world famous red light district.
Take in the best views that the city has to offer from the top of the Westerkerk Tower on Prinsengracht.
Have a beer at the Amsterdam Ice Bar at Rembrandtplein Square – but wear a jumper.
Spend some time in the Van Gogh Museum amongst the expressionist landscapes, still life, and self-portraits of the great artist.
Stand and watch the array of street entertainers in the early evenings on the lively Leidseplein.
Take a relaxing stroll through the picturesque Vondel Park right in the heart of the city.
Have a fascinating couple of hours at the Heineken Museum for a history lesson with a difference.
Be amazed at the extraordinary living conditions endured by one family at the Anne Frank Museum.
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