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Take a walk on the Dutch-side

Take a walk on the Dutch-side

Wake up! Even if your night is still blurry after clubbing or you are tired of yesterday’s tourist stuff, Amsterdam is ready. Recover while exploring or cruising the channels right before before heading to the Dam Square and the museum area. You’ll be watching Van Gogh’s sunflowers (and the shoulders of fellow travelers) before facing the streets and the charm of a truly beautiful city.

A colorful spring, a famous red quarter and 75 kilometers of water channels: Amsterdam might not be Venice but, as the Italian city, it is great escape to explore if you are into water towns. Trams, bikes or feet, these are your choices. Don’t expect gondolas or sapore di mare, but do expect Christmas markets, trendy students and a modern while still traditional city.

Bicycles, streets and flowers… Amsterdam is waiting for you: water channels, orange colors and a red wild district. Art, fun and history mix in the city of our dear Anna Frank. A city to live, to walk and to enjoy by day and night, Amsterdam is a top choice in the European capitals group… no wonder!



Enjoy life between sunflowers and windmills

Enjoy life between sunflowers and windmills

We love even its name: Amsterdam! And Amsterdam is not just about museums, mr. Van Gogh or famous coffee shops (yeah, not the ones where you have a coffee...). Amsterdam is also about lots of things to do.


7 secrets in Amsterdam

Anna Frank: the house of this little hero is a memorial to the fight for injustice.

Bikes or boats: walking is fun, but cycling or taking a boat can be even more attractive experiences when in the city.

Museumplein: art, emotions and… museums for you all!

Mills and tulips: one of those famous mills is now a good place for beer. If you are looking for tulips, make sure you check out when blooming seasons starts.

Parks and parks: parks are one of the identity signs of the city… and a great place to fully live it.

Coffee shops: not fit for all kinds, but kind of fit for some kinds.

Van Gogh: not really a secret...





Welcome to the Venice of the north!

Welcome to the Venice of the north!

Wake up! Even if your night is still blurry after clubbing or you are tired of yesterday’s tourist stuff, Amsterdam is ready. Recover while exploring or cruising the channels right before before heading to the Dam Square and the museum area. You’ll be watching Van Gogh’s sunflowers (and the shoulders of fellow travelers) before facing the streets and the charm of a truly beautiful city.


A colorful spring, a famous red quarter and 75 kilometers of water channels: Amsterdam might not be Venice but, as the Italian city, it is great escape to explore if you are into water towns. Trams, bikes or feet are cheap ways to move and your best choices. Don’t expect gondolas or sapore di mare, but do expect Christmas markets, trendy students and a modern while still traditional city.

Excursions from Amsterdam

Excursions from Amsterdam

Tulips, mills, the neighboring Belgium. There’s lots to see and do in Amsterdam. The city is in a central position in Europe though, and it becomes a great traveling stop when discovering Europe. Germany and Belgium are just a step away!

Also, if you have the time and will to explore, there are great escapes close to the Dutch capital. Save some hours for a day-trip and enjoy what’s close to the city.


You base to Holland’s flat territory

Zaansee Schans: where you’ll see the real windmills from so many paintings and photos.

Keukenhof Gardens: nature’s living a blooming celebration. The place to be for flower power.

Bruges: one of Belgium’s most beautiful towns. Ancient and majestic.

Volendam: the charm of fishermen’s villages. You’ll breath it there.

Find your way between channels

Find your way between channels

You’ll have time to move around by foot or bike, and discover why mountains are not in Holland’s passport. But, first of all, you’ll need to make a choice on where to stay.

Sleeping in the center is a good option when visiting Amsterdam. You’ll find out why soon, as if you are into museums or botanic gardens, which are all close-by, you’ll be sleeping with a smile on your face.

It’s pretty simple when you are in the quest for accommodation: to put it in few words, everything inside the inner channels can be considered central. Dam Square, the main station or the Red District would be parts of the city’s downtown. Of course, there are always alternatives depending on your budget: keep in mind that the city has a practical public transportation system as well, so options grow when choosing your place.


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