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This modern hotel is located on the A4 highway between Amsterdam and The Hague, 6 km from Schiphol Airport, 10 km from Keukenhof, and 12 km from the city ...
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of World Fashion Centre, Stedelijk Museum, and Van Gogh Museum. Concertgebouw and Leidseplein are ...
Located in Amsterdam West, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of The Movies, Anne Frank House, and New Church. Royal Palace and Leidseplein are also within 3 mi ...
Located in Museum Quarter, this hotel is steps from P.C. Hooftstraat and Rijksmuseum. Van Gogh Museum and Stedelijk Museum are also within 10 minutes.
Situated near the airport, this eco-friendly hotel is 4.7 mi (7.6 km) from Aalsmeer Flower Auction and within 12 mi (20 km) of Stedelijk Museum and Van Gogh ...
Linked to the passenger terminal and train station by a covered walkway, and next to the World Trade Center, this Avant-Garde hotel is twenty minutes from central ...
Located in Oude Centrum, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of The Old Church, Westerkerk, and Anne Frank House. Hortus Botanicus and Albert Cuyp Market are ...
Located in Oude Centrum, this luxury hotel is steps from National Monument, Dam Square, and Royal Palace. New Church and The Old Church are also within 5 ...
Bordered by a warren of narrow streets lined with pubs, cafés, and restaurants, this hotel faces a small square, and is 400 metres from the central train station. ...
Situated near the airport, this eco-friendly hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Aalsmeer Flower Auction, World Fashion Centre, and Olympic Stadium. Stedelijk Museum ...
Despite its rise from small fishing village to cosmopolitan capital, Amsterdam retains an appealing modesty. Its elongated, unadorned architecture, canals, and cobbled streets, combined with bicycle-friendly flat terrain offer its inhabitants an easy ride and a neighborhood feel. Modesty however, is not something which applies to its infamous red light district. Whether it repels you or draws you in, it is undoubtedly an eye-opening experience and an unashamed display of liberation and tolerance.
There are only eight windmills left in greater Amsterdam; a tour to Volendam and Marken will take you on a tour of two Dutch fishing villages, and onward to see the traditional Dutch windmills and polders. Sampling two famous cheeses, Gouda and Edam may put you in the mood for putting on some clogs, or klompen as they are known in Dutch.
Cutting edge couture
When you think of Amsterdam, fashion might not immediately spring to mind, especially if you have just klomped around in a pair of clogs. However, the city is quickly establishing itself as an alternative to the established catwalks of Paris and Milan. Blending practical tailoring and offbeat accessories, it has an ageless appeal and may just encourage you to dive into the nearest boutique for an asymmetrical bag or tilted hat. Try Van Baerlestraat for boutiques, P.C. Hooftstraat for high-end labels, and the Waterlooplein flea market for bargains.
Something that may already have your attention is Amsterdam's profusion of coffee shops. In another display of the city's open-mindedness, (and despite recent changes in smoking laws) cannabis is likely to be on the menu. If fruit teas and aromatic smoke aren't for you, the cafes are still worth visiting for their distinctive atmosphere and the convivial conversation. Head to the botanical gardens to find out what a 400-year-old potted plant looks like, and take a restful stroll in the subtropical house and medicinal herb garden.
The tragic story of Anne Frank is retold in a museum dedicated to her life and linked to the house in which she and her family hid from Nazi persecution. It was here that Anne wrote her diary, which was eventually published and has become one of the world's most widely read books. Other notable museums are the Rijksmuseum, which features the masterpieces of the Dutch Golden Age, and the Van Gogh Museum, which has the largest collection of his paintings in the world.
Capturing the canals
In contrast to the colorful red light district, a candlelight cruise along the canals will provide a more reserved evening of entertainment. Illuminated at night, the 17th century bridges will have you reaching for your camera, and the Reguliersgracht is perhaps the most photographed stretch of water in Amsterdam. Hop on one of the many trams to Leidseplein to enjoy snazzy cocktail lounges and cool clubs, and join the in-crowd to dance the night away.