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Your Amsterdam vacation

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.

Insider tips for Amsterdam travel

Ijburg Beach

Take a trip down to Ijburg Beach just outside the city where you can swim or just relax a while.

Museum of Bags and Purses

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.

Artplein Spui

Head to Artplein Spui on a Sunday morning where you will find some lovely ceramic art to either buy or simply admire.

Fyra restaurant

Try the chicken dish at Fyra restaurant; once you find it hidden down a Vijzelstraat side-street, you will be amazed at the quality.

Singel canal

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.

Amsterdam highlights

Dam Square

Chill out in Dam Square, either people-watching or admiring the architecture of buildings such as Nieuwe Kerk.

Westerkerk Tower

Take in the best views that the city has to offer from the top of the Westerkerk Tower on Prinsengracht.

Amstel

Take a river cruise up the Amstel and maybe stop off at the floating Chinese restaurant along the way.

red light district

Go on a strange adventure seeing the remarkable sights and sounds of the world famous red light district.

Van Gogh Museum

Spend some time in the Van Gogh Museum amongst the expressionist landscapes, still life, and self-portraits of the great artist.

Vondel Park

Take a relaxing stroll through the picturesque Vondel Park right in the heart of the city.

Heineken Museum

Have a fascinating couple of hours at the Heineken Museum for a history lesson with a difference.

Amsterdam Ice Bar

Have a beer at the Amsterdam Ice Bar at Rembrandtplein Square – but wear a jumper.

Anne Frank Museum

Be amazed at the extraordinary living conditions endured by one family at the Anne Frank Museum.

Leidseplein

Stand and watch the array of street entertainers in the early evenings on the lively Leidseplein.

* Prices reflect the lowest "base rate" found over the next 30 days. Rates are subject to change and may not include taxes and fees, hotel service charges, extra person charges, or incidentals, such as room service. All rates are displayed in USD unless otherwise noted. Converted rates are provided for your convenience. They are based on today's exchange rate, but the hotel will charge you in the local currency.