3. Floating Flower Market
Visit the World’s Only Floating Flower Market
Amsterdam belongs to one of the most famous cities of the world. Monumental buildings, museums, art, hippies, coffeeshops, historians, nice shopping streets, good restaurants, an amazing nightlife and many many more.
The only floating flower market in the world.
The flowermarkt (bloemenmarkt) is open the whole year through. Located in the center of Amsterdam. Flowers are available throughout all the seasons. During the holidays or Christmas, visiting will leave an everlasting impression.
4.The Vincent Van Gogh Museum
Like many artists, most get their fame after death. Vincent van Gogh is no exception. Located in the South part of Amsterdam, this museum serves as a tribute of Vincent’s life and work. An amazing collection of prints, etchings and paintings.
Open: Every day from 09:00 till 17:00 and Fridays open till 22:00
Costs: €15 euro.
5. Rent a bicycle and take a bike ride In Amsterdam
For a capital city, Amsterdam is relatively small, with many citizens and tourists. This is one of the reasons bicycles are one of the most common and healthy ways to get around. Grab a bicycle map from the VVV (tourist information center) and travel with ease from one location to the other.
Best time to ride: Always, but be carefull in the winter when it’s slippery and during rush hour times.
Costs: about €6,50 euro a day
6. Walk, Shop and Dine in De Pijp
Unique shops and great restaurants, this and more you will find in “De Pijp”.
Albert Cuyp Market, the Biggest in Amsterdam. A Must Visit market, also famous for it’s 19th-century architecture.
Best time to visit: in the afternoon for the Market and evening or Restaurants
7. Visit the Anne Frank House
More than a million visitors visit The Anne Frank house each year. This is where, during World War II, the family of Anne Frank was forced to live in one small hidden room. She kept also a diary which later became the worlds famous diary.
Best time to visit: Because the draw so many people each year, there are always a lot of people. In the early moring or evening is probably the least crowded time.
Costs:€ 9,50 euro
8. Go to the Leidseplein
A place full of entertainment. Street preformers, bars, nightclubs, restaurants. During the day, in the evening or at night, this place is real vibrant.
Best time to visit: During the day when you want to shop, in the eventing (when it’s dark) for dining, drinking and parting.
Historians and Architecture enthusiasts will adore begijnhof. Nice gardens, lovely houses and the famous Begijnhof Kape. in the 14th century this area was a former convent. Nowadays, it rermains an amazing place to visit.
Best time to visit: Open from 08:00 till 17:00
10. Best Coffeeshop Amsterdam
Amsterdam Coffeeshops are Europeans’ Reason Number One for Tourist Visits!
The Stud Top 4 Best Coffeeshop
Amsterdam’s Most Puffalicious CoffeeShops
Coffeeshop The Stud is wellkown by tourists and locals. Today you can also buy merchandise and souvenirs in The Stud Store. The Stud is located at Molukkenstraat 581 (Amsterdam-Oost) and The Stud Store on 583. In 2015 we have been awarded as „Best Coffeeshop of The Netherlands”
Check our webside for travel information.
11. Oude Kerk
Amsterdams oldest building (the “oude Kerk”) is build in 1306 to honor Saint Nicholas. From here you will have one of the best views in the whole city.
Best time to visit: from monday till saturday from 10:00 till 18:00 (sunday from 01:00 till 17:30)
Costs: €5 euro
12. Visit Amsterdams Zoo (Artis)
With or without kids, you will truly enjoy Artis. Give yourself plenty of time to visit this place. Besides the land animals, Artis also has amazing aquariums, a butterfly house, a planatarium and an insectarium.
Best time to visit: from 09:00 till 17:00/18:00 (check artis.nl)
Costs: €19,95 euro