Stay connected with us
Follow us on twitter
Link us on facebook
Follow our travel blog
Amsterdam is situated in the west of Holland and is a major world destination boasting outstanding cultural and family-type attractions and a sublime nightlife. The city contains some of the world's foremost museums and galleries, where the Dutch masters Rembrandt and Van Gogh are revered, while stunning landmarks, busy canals and numerous ancient gabled houses add further ambience to this amazing city.
Amsterdam is rated as the fourth most important tourist hotspot in Europe after Paris, London and Rome. It is as cosmopolitan and liberal as cities come and is visited by millions of foreigners and Dutch alike as well as playing host to a many important international business conferences.Visit this website for further information about Amsterdam Historic City Tour
The city is fairly compact, flat and easy to get about on foot, while the many canals, especially in the old city, make the city unique and pleasant for walking and bicycle riding. Outstanding attractions include the house where Anne Frank hid during WWII, the Rijksmuseum, Rembrandt House and the red light district.Visit this website for further information about Holland
Shopping, dining and entertainment options are diverse and attractive, with Leidsestraat offering countless smart department stores and jewellery shops and restaurants in every category, including five-star dining aboard a cruise boat. Meanwhile, the clubs and bars around the red light district and the Jordaan area will keep even the fussiest night owl happy.
Amsterdam also boasts many beautiful parks and gardens where quiet walks and bicycle rides can be enjoyed, along with a host of sporting activities. Tourist offices can be found in several locations throughout the city and offer tourists up-to-date information on Amsterdam, including travel-related information, sightseeing options and details on festivals and events.
There is a huge choice of hotels in Amsterdam, ranging from five-star luxury hotels with all the trimmings to simple two-star lodgings; every budget is catered for. Central hotels are all within walking distance of the city's major highlights, while the hotels along the canals and in the museum quarter are also popular areas in which to stay. Hotels should be booked well in advance, especially in the summer and around the Queen's birthday, with the best rates and choices available via online booking services.
The Dutch are among the friendliest people in the world; they are tolerant, well-mannered, neat and easy going. Most Dutch people speak English, so getting by without knowing the Dutch language is no problem, although it will be well received if you make the effort to learn a few words. Amsterdam residents are particularly known for their tolerance and enjoy having a good time, with any excuse for a party.
Cheap Tour packages
6 days tour package
14 days tour package
10 days tour package