Discover the Dutch capital’s world-class museums, fantastic shopping and legendary nightlife on Amsterdam city breaks.
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From globally-renowned cultural attractions to renowned nightlife – the range of things to do in Amsterdam includes something for absolutely everyone. Explore this beautiful city by bike, tram or canal boat and discover the huge amount it has to offer.
Take in the Dutch capital’s idyllic canals and wonderful 17th century buildings on Amsterdam city breaks. Art lovers are spoiled with world-class galleries, while famous attractions including the Anne Frank House will delight culture seekers. Vondelpark offers a wonderful retreat - with six children’s playgrounds and an outdoor theatre it is ideal for families. Enjoy a shopping spree then rest your legs at an atmospheric pub. And by night, experience the city’s thriving club scene or legendary Red Light District.
Shopaholics will be in their element at the six storey-high flagship Bijenkorf department store, on Dam Square. From there, make your way along the 1km-long Kalverstraat, a retail paradise lined with big-brand stores. Head to the exclusive P.C. Hooftstraat for luxury labels, or the trendy 9 Streets for unique boutiques.Experience the energy of Albert Cuypmarkt street market or visit Singel canal’s colourful Bloemenmarkt flower market.
Marvel at over 200 treasured works of art by the celebrated Dutch artist and his contemporaries at the Van Gogh Museum – children will enjoy the treasure hunt, Vincent’s Travelling Case and interactive workshops. Admire even more masterpieces at the Rijksmuseum or visit the Anne Frank House and see her famous diary. Beer lovers will be in their element at the Heineken Experience, which is located in the trendy De Pijp area.
Dine at a historic restaurant in Spuikwartier, or stop at one of the many broodjeswinkels (sandwich shops) to be found around Amsterdam’s bustling squares. Treat your taste buds to the syrupy sweetness of a crispy stroopwafel, and soak up the ambience over frothy beer at a traditional brown bar. Rembrandtplein square is the place to go for outdoor dining, while IZAKAYA at Sir Albert offers exquisite Japanese food.
A stroll through Amsterdam’s Red Light District reveals a beautiful canal-side setting with excellent bars and eateries that you might not expect to find in this notorious neighbourhood. Head to the ultra-chic Jimmy Woo for cocktails, or make your way to Leidseplein for cool clubs offering every kind of sound. Cafe Casablanca, which can be found just outside the Red Light District at Zeedijk 24, has been a fixture of Amsterdam’s jazz scene since 1945 and enjoys a nostalgic feel.
Families will love Amsterdam’s beautiful 116-acre park, Vondelpark. A haven for little ones, it features an outdoor theatre with free children’s shows in summer, and slides, swings and rides that will keep kids entertained for hours. Amsterdam beaches are also a popular day trip. Follow the sun-seekers to Bloemendaal aan Zee and Zandvoort aan Zee to bask on the beautiful golden sands or soak up the sunshine at one of the hip cafes or beach clubs that overlook the sea.
This hassle-free tour is an easy and convenient way to visit Keukenhof Gardens and Tulip Fields, which are out of the city centre. You won't believe the colourful display of tulips and other springtime bulbs in bloom at the magnificent Keukenhof Gardens. This seasonal display, which includes more than seven million tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, spring bulbs and gorgeous trees, is one of Holland’ top attractions. En route to Keukenhof you'll drive through the beautiful Dutch countryside, passing vibrant tulip fields along the way.
Combine two of Amsterdam's top highlights: a canal sightseeing cruise and entrance to Amsterdam's Xtracold Icebar - choose to do both activities on the same day or on alternate days. Relax and take in the sights on a one-hour sightseeing cruise, then don your thermal clothing for a drink in the Xtracold Icebar – where even the glasses are made of ice. Get your sightseeing fix as you pass some of Amsterdam’s top sights – followed by 30 minutes, accompanied by a Smirnoff cocktail or Heineken beer, in the ice bar.
Limited on time in Amsterdam? The Highlights of Amsterdam sightseeing cruise allows you to see the city’s top sights in just an hour. Discover the highlights of the Dutch capital aboard a glass-topped canal boat – with highlights including the famous Golden Bend, Ann Frank House, River Amstel and canals and the picturesque Seven Bridges of Reguliersgracht – all in just 60 minutes.
Combine a 1 hour 45 minute city tour with a visit to the Gassan Diamond Factory on this fantastic tour. After enjoying panoramic views of Amsterdam's most popular sites, take a walking tour around the diamond factory to see rough stones polished into sparkling gems. If you want to explore Amsterdam's UNESCO-listed canals, then upgrade to include a ticket for a 1-hour sightseeing cruise - which can be enjoyed on any day, not just on the day of your tour.
This great-value tour allows you to combine a hop-on hop-off canal boat tour of Amsterdam with a visit to the famous Rijksmuseum museum. Choose from a 24-hour or 48-hour canal bus pass, and sightsee your way around the city on four different canal bus lines, with 19 stops. This hop-on hop-off pass gives you the freedom and flexibility to explore Amsterdam's UNESCO-listed canals at your own pace. Make sure you take advantage of discounted entry to the city's show-stopping museums and attractions.
A must for every Amsterdam break, explore the city the 'Dutch way' - by bike. Follow your local expert guide, as you enjoy a leisurely two or three hour bike ride. A great way to see the sights of this fantastic city – with its typically flat streets, which are perfect for cycling. Passing alongside the city's charming canals, you’ll see the world-famous Rijksmuseum, the Anne Frank House and Amsterdam's infamous Red Light District.
Representing great value for money. The I Amsterdam City Card is an outstanding way to explore everything that the city has to offer. Save money on top Amsterdam attractions with the I amsterdam card, a city pass valid for up to three days. Gain free admission to the Van Gogh Museum, Rembrandthuis Museum, Hermitage Amsterdam and other top Amsterdam attractions. And enjoy unlimited free public transport throughout the city, with a free canal cruise.
Experience traditional Dutch culture and admire beautiful scenery on this day trip from Amsterdam. This wonderful tour combines historic windmills, picturesque canals and a delectable lunch with cheese tastings – as it stops in four authentic villages. Walk the charming streets of Marken, take a boat ride to Volendam, see the famous windmills of Zaanse Schans and taste Edam’s famous cheese on this day trip through the Netherlands’ countryside from Amsterdam.
This full-day trip runs from Amsterdam to the Zaanse Schans windmills, Delft and The Hague. An Amsterdam super saver this experience combines two bestselling tours, at a discounted price. Take a morning tour from Amsterdam to see the famous Zaanse Schans windmills and the quaint fishing villages of Marken and Volendam. Then, continue your day trip from Amsterdam with visits to Delft and The Hague.
Sit back and relax on a two hour candlelight cruise along Amsterdam's famous canals – it’s the perfect way to unwind after a long day of sightseeing. Glide along Amsterdam's famous canals on a glass-enclosed boat and enjoy amazing views from every angle – the illuminated waterfront sights make a spectacular backdrop for your cruise. Enjoy unlimited wine and cheese as you wind your way through the Canal Belt of the Amstel river.
Video bloggers (vloggers) Nadine Sykora & Laura Bubble venture to Amsterdam to sample the local cuisine whist taking in the local culture. See how they got on in the video below.