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Anne Frank House
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You can also choose to stretch your legs – I’ve included suggested walking routes below which can be done in an hour or as long as several hours (depending on your pace or how much time you have). These routes take you past some of my favourite parts of Amsterdam including the Brouwersgracht (one of the most picturesque canals), the Jordaan neighbourhood, the Anne Frank House, the Nine Streets neighbourhood, the intersection of the Keizersgracht/Leidsegracht, the Begijnhof (or Nunnery) and the Groenburgwal (another impossibly picturesque canal) before leading you back to the station.
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Amsterdam Centraal
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And it is time for the legendary Amsterdam Center! Everyone knows that this famous city center offers a one of a kind night out. Europe’s nightlife capital has a lot of options when it comes to nightclubs, venues, and bars.  The most famous ones are, of course, in the Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein area. So, if you are ready to party at the center of the city, here are my favorite nightclubs!
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Vondelpark
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Vondelpark is Amsterdam’s most loved park, with millions of people visiting each year to enjoy this haven of lush greenery. Take a walk around Vondelpark, and explore it’s pretty rose garden, or make like the locals and enjoy cycling on one of the bike paths.  
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Keukenhof Express
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In April and May, Keukenhof is a wonderland of flowering daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths. It is gorgeous and well worth the visit if you plan to be in Amsterdam during these two months. See our Amsterdam Itinerary post for full details on how to visit Keukenhof.
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De Wallen
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Take a walk around Amsterdam’s Red Light District, probably the most famous Red Light District in the world. This is actually the oldest part of the city, and over the years it has transformed into an area full of peepshows, brothels, sex shops, and window prostitutes. Just remember that it is prohibited to take photos of the women who work here, a rule that is strictly enforced. 
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Rijksmuseum
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Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Museums are not really my thing, at least if they don’t showcase old mummies, pirate ships, or something from the Viking Age and the Medieval era. But the Rijksmuseum is a popular tourist attraction in Amsterdam (number one on TripAdvisor) and is certainly worth a visit if you are interested in art. But be prepared to share the space with hundreds of others. And make sure to buy a ticket in advance to avoid long queues. Address: Museumstraat first
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Van Gogh Museum
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The British Museum is one of the world’s greatest museums. This museum contains a massive collection of historical artifacts that were amassed while Great Britain was a major world super power. See the Rosetta Stone, a portion of the Parthenon, Egyptian mummies, and hieroglyphics. It’s amazing to see how much stuff the British Empire amassed during their world rule.
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Red Light Secrets
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Red Light Secrets, Amsterdam
Since the red light district of Amsterdam is one of the most famous areas in town, it does require a visit. The area is also home to several hangout spots and bars, so you can choose to spend some hours here at night. Definitely one of the most lively places in Amsterdam, the red light district has many sex museums also. Again, you can opt for a guided tour with locals, to know more details about the place and the prostitutes.  
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Canals of Amsterdam
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Amsterdam is tied to the water as it grew around the canals and the river Amstel. The canals are amazingly beautiful and therefore, a must-do. The best way to see these canals is from a boat. You can skip the big boat tours, and always hire a private boat for about an hour or two. You can also choose to take the hop on hop off boat.  
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English Pub London Bridge Amsterdam
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English Pub London Bridge Amsterdam, Amsterdam
English Pub London Bridge Amsterdam, Amsterdam
There are many different ways you can visit London, Amsterdam, and Paris. All three cities have excellent international connections by plane, so really you can start and end at any of these cities. On this itinerary, we start in London, simply because it is so easy to get to from the rest of the world. We end in Paris for a very similar reason. You may find that it’s faster and cheaper to fly to Amsterdam or Paris, so you may want to start your trip here. At the end of this .....post, I give recommendations on how to change the order of these cities. Also, in order for this itinerary to work, you will have to fly “open jaw,” which means that you fly into one city and out of another. You can make this a loop, with one of these cities being your arrival and departure city, but I recommend extending the itinerary by one more day if you do this. You are already tight on time, and adding in another leg of travel will cost you precious time from touring one of these cities. 10 Day London Amsterdam Paris ItineraryDay 1:  Arrive LondonDay 2:  London: Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Covent GardenDay 3:  London: Tower of London, Tate Modern, St. Paul’s CathedralDay 4:  London: British Museum and GreenwichDay 5:  Travel to AmsterdamDay 6:  AmsterdamDay 7:  Train to Paris: Eiffel Tower, Champs-Elysees, and Arc de TriompheDay 8:  Paris: The Historic Center of Paris, Musee d’Orsay, MontmartreDay 9:  Paris: Versailles and the LouvreDay 10:  Fly home Show less
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Heineken Experience
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Heineken Experience, Amsterdam
Heineken Experience is a great interactive museum, where you will spend 2h minimum. I went several times with my friends, who have visited me, but I have to say, it never got boring. Taking funny pictures, making your own personalized Heineken bottle, playing table football, singing karaoke or having a few beers in between are just a few reasons why Heineken Experience has been one of my favourite museums. It is so interactive throughout the whole tour and reveals a lot of fun facts, such as why beer tastes more bitter to women. Are you curious already?
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Haesje Claes Restaurant
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Haesje Claes Restaurant, Amsterdam
Haesje Claes Restaurant, Amsterdam
Haesje Claes Restaurant, Amsterdam
Haesje Claes Restaurant, Amsterdam
Haesje Claes Restaurant, Amsterdam
Before leaving Ile de la Cite, it’s a quick walk to one of the prettiest storefronts in Paris, Au Vieux Paris d’Arcole. This is a small café so you can eat lunch here. You can also walk over to Ile Saint-Louis and have lunch at Pom’Canelle and try the decadent ice cream at Berthillon Glacier.
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Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder (Our Lord in the Attic Museum)
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Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder (Our Lord in the Attic Museum), Amsterdam
Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder (Our Lord in the Attic Museum), Amsterdam
Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder (Our Lord in the Attic Museum), Amsterdam
Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder (Our Lord in the Attic Museum), Amsterdam
If you want to learn more about the history of Amsterdam, visit Our Lord in the Attic, also called Museum Ons’Lieve Heer Op Solder in Dutch. This canal house, built in 1630, looks normal on the outside. But inside, on the top level, sits a secret Catholic Church. Catholicism was banned in Amsterdam during the 17th century, so people built small churches in their houses, hidden away from public view. This museum houses one of the largest and the best preserved of these churches.
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Haarlem
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Haarlem is a small Dutch city that is just 15 minutes from Amsterdam by train. You won’t have enough time to really explore Haarlem, but you can sit in the main square in town, have a drink at a café, and have dinner. Getting to Haarlem: From Central Station in Amsterdam, you can take a 15-minute train to Haarlem. Trains leave approximately every 10 minutes and cost €5.60 one-way.
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DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Centraal Station
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DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Centraal Station, Amsterdam
DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Centraal Station, Amsterdam
DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Centraal Station, Amsterdam
DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Centraal Station, Amsterdam
DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Centraal Station, Amsterdam
Forget the assortment of cheeses you’ll find at every turn; when you’re in Amsterdam, you have to try raw herring. The fresh catch hits the stands between May and July, and the flesh is so sweet that it doesn’t require any extra garnish such as onions and pickles. The best place to buy this Dutch delicacy is the family-run Stubbe’s Haring near Centraal Station. Quench your thirst at the Brouwerij ’t IJ, where beer is brewed in the thatched windmill that towers over the terrace, or sip cocktails while you enjoy .....live music. Whatever your taste, you’re sure to find good company until the early hours of the morning.. Show less
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Amsterdam Museum
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Amsterdam Art Museums Netherlands have an unparalleled tradition of art painting with names of the highest magnitude as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Van Gogh and Mondrian and hundreds of wonderful artists of lesser fame but often mysterious, fascinating talents. Amsterdam museums with art exhibits are truly unique on the world’s scale. The Rijksmuseum is the one you should not miss, even if you are in Amsterdam for only one day. Amsterdam History Museums Dutch people have a conscience of their history and love of their country tradition. Their Amsterdam historical museums are never dull .....– in a spectacular way they illustrate the intricate and rich character of the nation. The renewed Het Scheepvaartmuseum – The National Maritime Museum is real fun to visit. Sports, Fun Museums and Exhibits in Amsterdam Amsterdam has been always welcoming visitors. Avid sailors and traders, the Dutch have been always tolerant and open to the outside world. Today the city has a fame of being permissive, comparing even to other cities in the Netherlands. Amsterdam is open for tourists and several attractive exhibits have been prepared. Some around recognized Dutch brands as Heineken and Ajax, other on themes as sex and soft drugs. Amsterdam Zoo and Nature Museums Dutch love nature and the country is the world’s biggest exporter of flowers. Amsterdam ZOO called Artis, small and old fashioned is very pleasant to visit. The Botanical Garden, one of the oldest in the world, bears still its historical Latin name, Hortus Botanicus. A number of smaller institutions complete the picture of Amsterdam museums of nature. Amsterdam Technology Museums In Amsterdam museums of technology have been created mostly for kids, as NEMO or Electric Tram Line Museum, but there are also some smaller museums, which continue grown up private collections. Sometimes really small, set in one room as Computer Museum, they document the fascination with quickly changing technology. Lifestyle museums, exhibits and tourist attractions Amsterdam has a tradition of the city of joy and tolerance city. Its people like to party, to sing and dance in the public. Tulip craze may have been gone forever centuries ago, but flowers remain an important element of Amsterdam everyday decorum. Last century brought also interests in design and mode – Amsterdam has become one of the capitals of fashion in Europe. There are a number of museums in Amsterdam that exhibit specific Amsterdam way of life in all its aspects. Hits: 91 Show less
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La Defense (Nederland) B.V.
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La Defense (Nederland) B.V., Amsterdam
La Defense (Nederland) B.V., Amsterdam
La Defense (Nederland) B.V., Amsterdam
This is my favorite view of Paris. There’s just something about looking down the Champs-Elysees to the Louvre, out to La Defense, and of course, having the wonderful view of the Eiffel Tower. End the day with dinner and drinks For full details on visiting Paris, I highly recommend you read our 3 Day Paris Itinerary, which provides a similar but more in-depth itinerary, with trip costs, opening hours of attractions, money saving tips, maps, and links to buy all of your tickets online.
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Versailles B.V.
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Versailles B.V., Amsterdam
Versailles is a royal chateau located on the outskirts of Paris. In 1682, King Louis XIV moved the Royal Court from the Louvre to the Palace of Versailles. For a little more than 100 years, this was the seat of government for France. That ended in 1789 with the French Revolution. The monarchy moved back to Paris and since then, the city of Paris has remained the seat of government for France. During your visit to Versailles you will tour the palace and stroll through the gardens. How long does a visit .....last? If you’re fast, it takes 3 to 4 hours to zip through the palace and walk a part of the gardens. You can spend all day here, however, if you want to have enough time to visit the Louvre, you should plan on leaving Versailles in the early afternoon. Show less
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Senioren Woongroep La Louvre
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The Louvre is the world’s largest art museum. This building was once the home to French Kings, including Louis XIV. During the French Revolution in the 18th century, the Louvre was converted to a museum. If you are an art lover, take several hours and enjoy this spectacular place. However, if you just want to visit the highlights, you can do so in about an hour. The main sites to visit in the Louvre are the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, and the Winged Victory. This evening, you have several options. Have dinner .....in a French restaurant, take a dinner cruise on the Seine, stroll through Le Marais, enjoy the view from Montparnasse Tower, or go shopping at Place de la Madeleine or at the luxurious department stores Printemps and Galeries Lafayette. Show less
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Keukenhof
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I took these photos in Keukenhof in April of 2017. Other than the quick tap of the magic wand in my iPhone camera app, they are unedited. Not bad, huh?! As you can see, Holland in the Spring is absolutely magical. It’s no wonder that the Keukenhof Gardens near Amsterdam is on nearly everyone’s bucket list.
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Flagship Amsterdam Canal Cruise
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Flagship Amsterdam Canal Cruise, Amsterdam
Flagship Amsterdam Canal Cruise, Amsterdam
Security during the commemoration was tight in part because members of the Royal Family were present. During Queen’s Day celebrations one year earlier — and four days before Remembrance Day — the Netherland’s popular queen and royal family were targeted in a premeditated attack that killed five people and left 13 people wounded.
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Royal Palace Amsterdam
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Royal Palace Amsterdam, Amsterdam
There’s always usually something going on in this town square, that can be found right in the heart of Amsterdam. I discovered this to be true during Chinese New Year, were held in the square was a celebration featuring dancing dragons, martial arts, and fireworks. In Dam square, you’ll also spot Koninklijk Palace. This grand building was once home to the Dutch Royal family. 
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Albert Cuyp Market
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Albert Cuyp Market, Amsterdam
Albert Cuyp Market, Amsterdam
Albert Cuyp Market, Amsterdam
Albert Cuyp Market, Amsterdam
Albert Cuyp Market, Amsterdam
A traditional local market which is located in De Pijp. It sells everything you can imagine, such as local crafts, cheese, clothes, cosmetics and of course, one and another herring. It’s always nice to swing by the Albert Cuyp market. Address: Albert Cuypstraat.
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Amsterdam-Noord
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Twee dagen op rij organiseert de kunstzinnige organisatie Kultace (ook het brein achter het populaire festival Wildeburg) Into The Woods, en wel op het NDSM-werf in Amsterdam-Noord. Vrijdag én zaterdag wordt het industriële terrein omgetoverd tot een ware speeltuin voor volwassenen. Lees ook: Antwoord op: moet ik minder feesten? Van vrolijke discomuziek bij kleine, houten stages tot grote vrolijk verlichte podia. Lekker low key: geen hard gestamp, maar gewoon lekker dansen in de buitenlucht! Kaartjes zijn helaas uitverkocht, maar houd Ticketswap in de gaten!
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IJ-Hallen
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In fact, if markets and thrift stores are your thing, combine the two and head to the IJ-Hallen flea market on NDSM wharf. It’s held the first weekend of every month and you’re guaranteed to find a few bargains and quite possibly purchase a few things you didn’t really need in the first place.
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Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
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Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Amsterdam
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Amsterdam
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Amsterdam
Schiphol is located just outside of Amsterdam’s city limits. The fastest way into the center of town — Amsterdam Central Station — is by taxi or by train: Taxi: Only use taxis at the official taxi rank. Do no take offers from illegal solicitors within the airport or outside of the official taxi ranks (Uber meeting points excluded). A trip to the station costs about €40-45 in a regular taxi; or between €27-36 if you use uberX.Uber: In Amsterdam UberX, UberBlack, and UberVan are available. Get €5 off your first Uber .....ride.Train: Easy, Fast, and Inexpensive. Buy your tickets from machines or at the counter in the main hall. Board your train at the station beneath that same hall. Note: you do not need a first-class train ticket. Second-class is good enough. Combination tickets for train and public transport (bus, tram, metro) within Amsterdam are available. In practice it is cheaper to buy a train ticket into town and then to use day- or multiple day tickets. Detailed information on public transport between Schiphol Airport and Amsterdam Show less
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Het Scheepvaartmuseum
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Het Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam
Het Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam
Het Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam
Het Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam
Distance from CBD15kmTaxiAround R887.68 to CBDPublic TransportBuses and trains service Amsterdam Airport regularly.Car HireCar hire companies available at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol include Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, National and Sixt. You can book your car online to guarantee availability.
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Hortus Botanicus Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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Hortus Botanicus Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Hortus Botanicus Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Hortus Botanicus Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Hortus Botanicus Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Belonging to Vrije Universiteit, this botanical garden was created for the university’s biology department to use for research. In this small greenhouse complex, you will discover over 6,000 species of plant, from all different kinds of climate. A highlight has to be the cactus and succulent greenhouse, which is home to the largest collection of these plants in the whole of the Netherlands. 
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Herengracht
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Did you know that Amsterdam’s canals cover an area of about 100 kilometers? In total, there are over two hundred channels to explore the city and its best do it by bike. The channels that you shouldn’t miss are the Herengracht, Keizersgracht, Prinsengracht, and Singel. Biking in Amsterdam is an everyday thing, and since it’s mainly flat everywhere, it’s very easy to bike around town. Historically, the cycle is also a symbol of freedom in Amsterdam, which is quite clear as there more bicycles in the city than residents. Rental bikes are available .....in several places from 7-10 euros, so do not pay more than that per day. Show less
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Coffeeshop IBIZA
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Coffeeshop IBIZA, Amsterdam
Almost everywhere you go in Amsterdam you can see coffee shops, where they sell marijuana and hashish, both as pastries and to smoke. It is perfectly legal to eat and smoke hashish and marijuana in Amsterdam as long as you are over 18 years. One’s opinion and thoughts about this are, of course different, but I would probably say that it is no more dangerous than alcohol, so if you feel like trying, Amsterdam is quite an obvious place to do it. “The Bulldog” was Amsterdam’s first coffee shop, and today it .....has opened up coffee shops in several locations in the city. Show less
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Jordaan
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Once you’ve toured the Anne Frank House, you may as well spend a bit of time seeing the highlights of the local suburb. Jordaan is arguably one of the prettiest and most iconic areas of the city, so it’s no surprise that it’s one of the ten best things to do in Amsterdam. There are plenty of places to eat, drink and be merry. The area has some fantastic vintage stores, for the thrifter in you. If it’s a Saturday, head to a local market, such as the Lindenmarkt or Noordermarkt, the local flea market.
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Aspire Lounge 26 (Schengen)
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Aspire Lounge 26 (Schengen), Amsterdam
Aspire Lounge 26 (Schengen), Amsterdam
Aspire Lounge 26 (Schengen), Amsterdam
Aspire Lounge 26 (Schengen), Amsterdam
Aspire Lounge 26 (Schengen), Amsterdam
[PAID][PRIORITY PASS][DRAGONPASS][STAR ALLIANCE] – Swissport runs 2 ‘Aspire’ branded lounges at Amsterdam Schiphol. There is Aspire Lounge 41 (non-Schengen, main picture at the top of page) which is found on the second upper level of the Lounge 2 departure area near the E Gates. Aspire Lounge 26 (Schengen, pictured below) is on the upper level between Lounges 1 and 2, near the D gates. Both lounges offer seating and business areas plus drinks and light snacks. Lounge 41 also has shower facilities for an extra fee (€20). These lounges can get .....very busy at peak hours. Opening hours are 0600-2330 (41) and 0530-2130 (26) daily. Show less
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Amsterdam-Rhine Canal
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Amsterdam-Rhine Canal, Amsterdam
Amsterdam-Rhine Canal, Amsterdam
Amsterdam-Rhine Canal, Amsterdam
Amsterdam-Rhine Canal, Amsterdam
Amsterdam-Rhine Canal, Amsterdam
This is a 10-night cruise from Basel to Amsterdam and includes travel on the Rhine and Moselle rivers. Most of the tour options are the same as those featured on the Enchanting Rhine cruise with the exception of cities visited during your cruise on the Moselle River. The only ship that is available for this itinerary is the AmaPrima. As mentioned in the section above, she carries up to 164 passengers and has stateroom that measure between 160 square feet and 300 square feet.
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Prinsengracht
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Prinsengracht, Amsterdam
Prinsengracht, Amsterdam
Prinsengracht, Amsterdam
Prinsengracht, Amsterdam
Prinsengracht, Amsterdam
Prinsengracht, Amsterdam
One of the most beautiful perspectives of the Dutch bridges and canals is easily discovered in the Negen Straatjes (Nine Streets) area, on the corner of Papiersmolenluis and Lekkeresluis. The view is magnificent whenever you decide to come: whether it’s during sunset or during the day. Sit on one of the benches, relax, take it all in, and, of course, Instagram it.
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Brussels
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Brussels, Amsterdam
Brussels, Amsterdam
The next morning, take an early train across the border into Belgium and the pretty city of Bruges with its canals, cobbled streets and medieval towers. Amsterdam to Bruges takes 3 hours 15 minutes by train – catch the 08.15 high-speed Thalys train from Amsterdam to Brussels Midi, then change onto the 10.29 InterCity train which arrives into Bruges at 11.30. Spend the afternoon exploring Bruges. Visit the historic Grote Markt (market square) and climb to the top of the 13th-century Belfort belfry tower’s 366 spiral stairs for panoramic views out .....across the city rooftops. Or closer to the ground you can take a horse and carriage ride around the old town and check out Belgian and Flemish artworks at the Groeningemuseum. Show less
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KLM Crown Lounge 52 (Intercontinental)
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KLM Crown Lounge 52 (Intercontinental), Amsterdam
KLM Crown Lounge 52 (Intercontinental), Amsterdam
KLM Crown Lounge 52 (Intercontinental), Amsterdam
KLM Crown Lounge 52 (Intercontinental), Amsterdam
KLM Crown Lounge 52 (Intercontinental), Amsterdam
KLM Crown Lounge 52 (Intercontinental), Amsterdam
[PAID][SKYTEAM] – KLM has 2 large flagship lounges at Amsterdam Schiphol. KLM Crown Lounge 25 (Schengen) is a 2,400m² lounge space on the upper level between Lounge 1 and 2, near the D gates. KLM Intercontinental Lounge 52 (non-Schengen) is the renovated 6,800m² lounge facility which can seat 1,500 passengers. Fully opened in November 2019, it is located on the upper floor of Lounge 3 near the F gates, accessible by an escalator or lift.
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The Avocado Show
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The Avocado Show, Amsterdam
The Avocado Show, Amsterdam
The Avocado Show, Amsterdam
The Avocado Show, Amsterdam
The Avocado Show, Amsterdam
The Avocado Show ($$) — If you love Avocados as much as we do then you need to make it to this breakfast spot! Pancakes Amsterdam ($) — you are simply not living until you’ve tried a dutch pancake in Amsterdam. They may be flat but they sure are tasty AF. Heineken experience ($) — If you’re a beer drinker then this guided tour of the Heineken factory is right up your alley. Learn all about the history of Heineken, get a chance to taste the product, and see where all of .....the Heineken products were manufactured up until 1988! Bar Brasserie OCCO ($$$) — Trendy bar with quality cocktails and an interior to die for! Arles ($$) — French-inspired restaurant with a weekly changing menu and a warm ambiance. Show less
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Negen Straatjes
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Negen Straatjes, Amsterdam
Negen Straatjes, Amsterdam
Negen Straatjes, Amsterdam
Negen Straatjes, Amsterdam
Negen Straatjes, Amsterdam
Amsterdam shopping includes the Nine Streets (De Negen Straatjes) – literally 9 narrow streets, in the historic canal district – dotted with art galleries, jewellers, vintage stores and boutiques. The most exclusive shopping street is the P.C. Hooftstraat; art and old wares aficionados should go to the Mirror Quarter (Spiegelkwartier), a collection of more than 70 antique shops and galleries. The City’s well-known flea market is on the Waterlooplein six days a week, and you can visit the Sunday Market at the Westergasfabriek for great food, artisan bread and the best coffee in town.
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Hilton Amsterdam
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Hilton Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Hilton Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Hilton Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Hilton Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Hilton Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Hilton was the official partner of this trip, and gave us an insight into its extensive business offer. We visited the three properties: Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Hilton Amsterdam and DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Centraal Station. It’s pretty impressive to have three in one city! Each has its own characteristics, and they spread across key transit areas, especially Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Centraal Station at the train station. We started the trip with a get together at the Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, the latest opening by .....Hilton three years ago. What struck me the most when entering was the modern architecture and the glazed roof, letting-in lots of day light. Show less
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Pride & Sports Foundation, LGBT sports clubs Dome
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Pride & Sports Foundation, LGBT sports clubs Dome, Amsterdam
Pride & Sports Foundation, LGBT sports clubs Dome, Amsterdam
Pride & Sports Foundation, LGBT sports clubs Dome, Amsterdam
Pride & Sports Foundation, LGBT sports clubs Dome, Amsterdam
Pride & Sports Foundation, LGBT sports clubs Dome, Amsterdam
Check this video of our vlog partner Dutchified to get a great impression from the water of what to expect at the Amsterdam Gay Pride. And an impression of the Drag Olympics. A very fun event on the Friday evening before the Canal Parade. Fighting for the rights of the LGBTI community worldwideAmsterdam Gay Pride – and any other pride in the world – fights for inclusion, acceptation, equal rights and common respect for lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and intersexed. Not just in Amsterdam, but worldwide. Therefore we give a pride week .....like this a 2 for human/social consciousness. Show less
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Rosalia's Menagerie
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Als we op een regenachtige februari-avond op een soort mini kroegentocht gaan door Amsterdam, ontdekken we dat onze Amsterdamse bartenders ontzettend leuke dingen doen met pisco. We bezoeken vier verschillende hotspots (restaurant C, Rosalia’s Menagerie, Morgan & Mees en Roses by Sal), die allemaal hun geheel eigen versie van een pisco sour serveren. Ze gebruiken daarvoor Pisco 1615.
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Stichting Discussiëren Kun Je Leren
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Proeven? T/m 10 februari kun je de verschillende pisco sours onder andere uitproberen bij C Amsterdam, Rosalia’s Menagerie (Amsterdam), Morgan & Mees (Amsterdam), Vesper Bar (Amsterdam), Roses by Sal (Amsterdam), Labru (Rotterdam), Ceviche Y Maas (Rotterdam), Supermercado (Rotterdam), Tapisco (Den Haag) en The Five Points (Den Haag).
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Volendam
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Volendam, Amsterdam
Volendam, Amsterdam
Volendam, Amsterdam
Volendam, Amsterdam
Volendam, Amsterdam
Volendam, Amsterdam
Volendam is a small fishing village straight out of a postcard, with a harbor full of classic sailing vessels and rows of brick houses featuring great examples of 17th century Dutch architectural detail. The main street in Volendam is quite touristy, selling traditional syrup waffles, clogs, and plenty of Heineken and Amstel, and there are many things worth seeing. Check out the Hotel Spaander, where many famous artists have stayed. Inside, the walls are adorned with paintings that were exchanged for room and board. If you’re a fan of cheese, I recommend .....visiting De Smikkelaar cheese shop, located just off the main street on Zeestraat 2/B. The store has fare prices and myriad cheeses, from seasonal farmers cheeses made from unpasteurized milk to several versions of the famous Dutch Edammer (or Edam). The St. Vincent Church is also nice to tour, with detailed woodwork and paintings. Show less
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Marken
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Marken, Amsterdam
Marken, Amsterdam
Marken, Amsterdam
Marken, Amsterdam
Marken, Amsterdam
Marken, Amsterdam
Marken has a population of less than 2,000, and traditional architecture abounds. Tiny paths run through the village and over canals on drawbridges. The Marken Lighthouse is a 35-minute walk from town (or a short bike ride). A small number of cafes have outdoor seating overlooking the small harbor, and after a stroll through town, they’re the perfect place for a restorative drink while you wait for the ferry to take you back to Volendam.
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British Consulate General Amsterdam
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British Consulate General Amsterdam, Amsterdam
British Consulate General Amsterdam, Amsterdam
British Consulate General Amsterdam, Amsterdam
British Consulate General Amsterdam, Amsterdam
British Consulate General Amsterdam, Amsterdam
British Consulate General Amsterdam, Amsterdam
You’d better get moving to your next flight! Keep in mind that if you’re transiting between a long-haul or a non-Schengen European destination (such as the United Kingdom) and a Schengen destination in the European Union – or vice-versa – you will have to pass through passport/security controls. There are fast-track lanes if you have a tight connection.
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Leiden
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Leiden, Amsterdam
Leiden, Amsterdam
Leiden, Amsterdam
Leiden, Amsterdam
Leiden, Amsterdam
Leiden, Amsterdam
Leiden (map) is a vibrant university city located southwest of Schiphol Airport. The city played an important role in the history of the Netherlands as well as globally in the scientific field (Leiden University has since its inception in 1575 spawned thirteen Nobel Prize winners!). Leiden is also the birthplace of Rembrandt. From Schiphol Airport station, frequent trains take you to Leiden in just 20 minutes, making it a great alternative to Amsterdam.
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Royal Delft Experience Amsterdam B.V.
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Royal Delft Experience Amsterdam B.V., Amsterdam
Royal Delft Experience Amsterdam B.V., Amsterdam
Royal Delft Experience Amsterdam B.V., Amsterdam
Royal Delft Experience Amsterdam B.V., Amsterdam
Royal Delft Experience Amsterdam B.V., Amsterdam
Royal Delft Experience Amsterdam B.V., Amsterdam
Delft (map) is a historic town situated roughly between The Hague and Rotterdam. Famous for its Delft Blue pottery and as the birthplace of Vermeer, Delft played an important role in the creation of The Netherlands in the 16th century. The Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) in Delft is the the official burial place for the House of Orange (the Dutch royal family), a tradition that began in 1584.
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Hotel School The Hague Amsterdam
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Hotel School The Hague Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Hotel School The Hague Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Hotel School The Hague Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Hotel School The Hague Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Hotel School The Hague Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Hotel School The Hague Amsterdam, Amsterdam
The Hague (map) is the administrative capital of The Netherlands. All the government ministries are housed in this vibrant city which is just 30 minutes by train from Schiphol Airport. The Hague is a city of contrasts: from gleaming, futuristic-looking skyscrapers, to historic monuments such as the Binnenhof (one of the oldest Parliament buildings in the world that’s still in use) and the Peace Palace. The city also houses all embassies and important international organisations such as the International Court of Justice. The King of the Netherlands also has his .....official residence (Huis ten Bosch) and office (Noordeinde Palace in the city centre) in The Hague. Another important attraction in The Hague is the Mauritshuis Museum, which is home to a stunning collection of, among others, Vermeer and Rembrandt paintings. Sign up for a walking tour of the historic city centre to see the most important sights. Show less
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Westerkerk
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Westerkerk, Amsterdam
Westerkerk, Amsterdam
Westerkerk, Amsterdam
Westerkerk, Amsterdam
Westerkerk, Amsterdam
Westerkerk, Amsterdam
Westerkerk Church is free to enter and is actually the biggest church in Amsterdam. The church is where famous Dutch painter Rembrandt is buried. Although at the time the painter was so poor, he was buried in an unmarked grave. There is however a memorial shield inside the church, standing as a symbol to remember the artist. 
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Zeedijk
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Zeedijk, Amsterdam
Zeedijk, Amsterdam
Zeedijk, Amsterdam
Zeedijk, Amsterdam
Zeedijk, Amsterdam
Zeedijk, Amsterdam
Amsterdam’s Chinatown area is packed full of Asian markets, shops, and restaurants. As well as being a great place to explore, here you will find the Fo Guang Shan He Hua Buddhist Temple. The brightly coloured temple is actually the biggest Chinese style Buddhist temple throughout the whole of Europe. The temple is free for visitors every day, apart from on Monday’s. 
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