Take cultural city breaks to Amsterdam to gaze at the work of legendary Old Masters and innovative modern artists in the Museum Quarter, or make it a shopping city break and visit Amsterdam's flower and crafts markets. Spend a morning of your Amsterdam city break at the famous Anne Frank House, a reminder of how the city was German-occupied during the Second World War.
Travel the culinary world with city breaks to cosmopolitan Amsterdam. Snack on steaming hot dim sum dumplings from vibrant Chinatown, or the freshest of Japanese sushi in Leidseplein. Round off Amsterdam city breaks with a unique Amsterdam experience of traditional Dutch meat and vegetable dishes served on one of the barges moored in the Eastern Canal Ring.
If you're in Amsterdam for a cultural break, choose an elegant international hotel that's close to Amsterdam's Museum Quarter. For more of a party city break check in to a no-frills hotel on the edge of the all-night Red Light District. If you want peace and quiet from your Amsterdam city break, head for the townhouse hotels in tree-lined Plantage.
You could easily spend several Amsterdam city breaks just shopping from the city's high-end boutiques to its vibrant markets selling everything from tulip bulbs to local wooden arts and crafts. Tour one of the Museum Quarter's art collections, then take a break from art to see the place where a young Jewish girl put pen to paper in Anne Frank House.