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Hoogoorddreef 66b, 1101 BE
Set in Amsterdam next to the Ziggo Dome, the Holiday Inn Express Amsterdam Arena Towers provides modern accommodation at affordable prices. The International Schiphol Airport is a short drive away,... Read more
Piet Heinkade, 11, 1019
The Mövenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre is a stylish 4-star hotel on the edge of the River IJ. Booking at the Moevenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre you will enjoy a fully equipped gym and a spa... Read more
Delflandlaan 15, Slotervaart, 1062
XO Hotels Couture in Amsterdam, ex Best Western Premier Hotel Couture, is just a 5-minute walk from the World Fashion Centre. Its strategic position makes it the perfect choice for those who want to... Read more
Oosterdoksstraat 4, 1011 DK
Area: oude zijde
Located next to the Central Station of Amsterdam, the DoubleTree by Hilton Amsterdam Centraal Station is the ideal accommodation for both tourists and businessmen. Booking at DoubleTree by Hilton... Read more
LINNAEUSSTRAAT 2C, NL-1092 AMSTERDAM
Area: eastern canal ring
The Tropen Hotel Amsterdam, formerly known as NH Tropen, is located in Dapperbuurt district, close to points of interest such as the Oosterpark, the Tropenmuseum and Artis Zoo. All rooms of this... Read more
Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 5, 1012
Area: nieuwe zijde
Kimpton De Witt Amsterdam is located only a 5-minute walk from the city's Central Station with direct trains from/to Schiphol Airport. This modern hotel incorporates two 17th-century townhouses... Read more
John M. Keynesplein 2, NL - 1066 EP Amsterdam
With stylish interiors enriched by many artworks, the Dutch Design Hotel Artemis features 4-star rated accomodations at nice prices. Located in between the centre of Amsterdam and the Schiphol... Read more
Schiphol Boulevard, 701, 1118 Schiphol
Area: schiphol airport
Located only a 5 to 7 minute walk away from the international terminal of Schiphol airport, Hilton Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is the right choice for both tourists and for those who are in Amsterdam... Read more
Sloterweg 299, 1171 VB - Badhoevedorp
Area: schiphol airport
Modern and affordable, the 4-star Hotel Ramada Amsterdam Airport Schiphol allows easy access both to the centre of Amsterdam and to the airport. Providing a free shuttle service from and to the... Read more
NDSM-Pier 3, Amsterdam Noord, 1033
Moored on the northern bank of the river IJ, Botel, formerly known as Amstel Botel, is located in the heart of Amsterdam. This floating 3-star hotel is situated in a strategic position to easily... Read more
Kattengat, 1, 1012
Area: nieuwe zijde
The Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel is just a short walk away from the Dam Square and the Royal Palace. Conveniently set in the historical centre, the location of this Amsterdam 5-star hotel allows easy... Read more
Staalmeesterslaan 410, 1057 PH
The Hotel Ramada Apollo Amsterdam Centre is the biggest hotel of the Ramada group in Europe. Located in a quiet part of the city, it is just a few steps away from a large park. Read more
Amsterdam, the capital of The Netherlands, is located in the northern part of the country. Its main feature is the net of canals and bridges crossing and surrounding the city. While in the past these canals were used for commercial and postal traffics, to and from the city, today they are a great tourist attraction. The Canals of Amsterdam received UNESCO world heritage status in 2010.
What To See In Amsterdam
The capital of the Netherlands has a great cultural heritage. The network of canals is not the only attraction of the city, even if it is undoubtedly at the top of the things to see in Amsterdam. As a matter of facts, many historic palaces, churches and monuments overlooking the main canals are worth a visit.
Art lovers will appreciate the richness of the works exhibited in museums. Two of them should not be missed at all: the Van Gogh Museum, entirely dedicated to the famous Flemish Artist, and theRijksmuseum, the public museum with works by Van Gogh, Rembrandt and Vermeer.
When answering the question "what to see in Amsterdam?" you should never miss Dam Square and the Nieuwe Kerk. The square may be well considered the real centre of the city, with the cathedral and the royal palace. It is often the scene of events and meetings of various kind. Other interesting places in Amsterdam areAnna Frank’s house and the Westerkerk, the protestant church whose bell tower is the highest point of the city.
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When Best To Visit Amsterdam
Amsterdam has a continental climate. Although temperatures are not excessively cold (except a few, exceptional cases, temperatures rarely drops below -5°C / 23ºF). The best seasons to visit Amsterdam are spring and summer. During those months temperatures are mild and it’s never too hot. Rain is mainly concentrated in autumn and winter, and therefore travelling between April and September generally guarantees a nice weather and good temperatures.
Among the best times to visit Amsterdam it is worth to consider the tulip season. The typical symbol of Holland opens in early spring, at the beginning of April, making the Dutch countryside a charming canvas full of colours. During the blossom weeks, if you cannot travel across the countryside, you can see them at the Bloemenmarkt, the floating flower market in Amsterdam.
How to reach the City
The best way to reach Amsterdam is by airplane. The Amsterdam-Schiphol airport is about 20 km (12.42 miles) South West the city centre. Trains and buses connect the airport with the city centre. The airport train station is located below the airport. To reach the airport, a good alternative to the train is the bus. The journey is a little longer (about half an hour), but it offers a nice view of some of the most interesting parts of the city.
How To Move in Amsterdam
Dutch people generally travel by bicycle. If you want to experience a holiday living like the locals, you can rent one and move around the city with it. You can find many rental points around the city and most of the time hotels directly rent bicycles. The fee for a daily rental is about 10-15 Euros, allowing you to freely move throughout the day. A guide, available in all tourist info points, provides a list of the cycle lanes and the rules to follow.
If you prefer a faster way to move, you can rely on buses, trams or underground. Means of transportations are very quick and the public transportation system is one of the most efficient in Europe. The waterways are also worth being considered: a boat tour among the city main canals is an attraction that is really hard to resist. Amsterdam’s historical centre is very small and can be easily enjoyed on foot. Walking along the small streets of the centre and crossing the bridges while discovering the city symbols is a very pleasant and relaxing promenade.