With about 800,000 people, Amsterdam is one of the smaller capitals in the world, but it is a very popular city for tourists visiting the Netherlands or just the city itself. And, if you just have several days in the Netherlands, make a visit to Amsterdam your main thing.
From the Amsterdam Travel Guide
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We have just returned home after a great stay in your beautiful city. TThe Studio was perfect for our stay in every way. When we return to Amsterdam we would definitely stay in this studio again. Thank you. ... more
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The apartment is situated in the heart of Amsterdam, but just outside the hussle and bussle of the main tourist spots (and red light district). It is also close to Centraal Station, so walking to the apartment with your baggage in not an issue. We were greated by Angela, a very friendly lady. ... more
Amsterdam to Tomorrowland
in amsterdam before hand on the 24th and 25th, looking for some people to party with and check out the sites of amsterdam and travel to the festival with on the 26th, am a 26 year old kiwi guy. Any tips on what to do with 48 hours in Amsterdam would be apreciated too. add me on facebook if your interested in meeting up ...
Amsterdam or Vienna
If you could pick one city to visit, Amsterdam or Vienna, which would you choose with the guidelines being beauty, historical places to visit, and uniqueness? ...
Hotel in Amsterdam
Buenos dias! I am thinking about booking a room at the Corner House Hotel in Amsterdam and was wondering if anyone had any experience with the particular hotel? Any insight would be greatly appreciated! Thanks! ...
Tuesday 21 July
Karen arrived about 9am and after coffee, we got into the 2 cars and headed for Amsterdam. Using the TomTom navigator, we drove to a suburb of Amsterdam and parked the cars. We walked to the Duivendrecht ...
Posted in Five Kiwis in the Netherlands by TheDorsey5
The city is crazy busy - trams, buses, canal boats, bicycles, and pedestrians all going in the same direction. You better be fast as no one stops - they just ring a little bell for you to get out of the way so they can carry on. We did enjoy our canal cruise and saw Amsterdam from the comfort of our ...
Posted in NCL Cruise and Europe by Ann Schenkeveld