When to visit Amsterdam?

Come for King’s Day on April 27 and wear orange. Also the Pride Parade (on the canals) in late July and wear whatever you want to celebrate with the entire city!  
April and early May are the best times to visit Amsterdam, especially if you want to see the tulips.

Amsterdam in One Day

Do you have less time and still want to see the most of Amsterdam? Let us know, so we can provide you a map for Amsterdam in one day, a self-guided walking tour! But also we can guide you in this one day. Address: Dam...

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Amsterdam Light Festival

Amsterdam will be transformed into a true city of light during the annual Amsterdam Light Festival from 30 November till 21 January. With this theme the organisation of the Amsterdam Light Festival wants to encourage visitors in a positive way to think about what...

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Amsterdam Icebar

Welcome to the ‘coolest’ bar in Amsterdam! You will be warmly welcomed by Sailor host and be offered a free welcome cocktail or large Heineken. Suddenly the ship’s bell rings and you are ready to ‘embark’ the Ice bar. The temperature drops to -10°C and you will...

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Amsterdam Lookout

At the apex of the A’DAM Toren (Tower) you’ll enjoy the best view overlooking the city. An interactive exhibit grants you a glimpse into Amsterdam’s past, while at the Skybar you can drink to the present. Adrenalin junkies can take advantage of Europa’s largest swing...

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Heineken Experience

1867 was a damn good year for beer. It was the year Gerard Adriaan Heineken built a new brewery in the heart of Amsterdam. Today, the Heineken Experience opens up a real dam experience. Welcome to the home of Heineken. No alcohol will be served to persons under 18...

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De Jordaan

For history, beautiful architecture and cozy cafes, visit de Jordaan neigbourhood.

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Canal Cruise

Why were Amsterdam’s famous canals awarded UNESCO’s World Heritage status? The cruise boats take you along the impressive canal side houses with clock, spout and neck gables, the Zevenbogenbruggengracht, the Magere Bridge, the VOC-ship and the docks. Prins Hendrikkade...

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I amsterdam sign

A classic Amsterdam photo. You can find a few i amsterdam signs around the city although the most famous is at the Museumplein by...

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Brouwerij ’T IJ

The local brewery Brouwerij ’T IJ is the real deal and it’s next a windmill. It’s only a  couple of euros for a tour with a drink.  If you’re into beer and considering the Heineken Experience, come here...

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Red Light District

A fascinating place for many tourists to see what happens when a country legalizes prostitution. Be careful of taking photos of the beautiful ladies and for scammers prowl in this area.

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Admire/buy tulip bulbs. Be aware of what you are allowed to export so ask before buy.

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Dam Square

Good to see, it takes about 10 minutes to see. There’s usually only tourists.

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