Discover the selection of hotels in Amsterdam by the famous travelers Oriane and Angel. From 3* to 5* everything is reviewed.
We’ve selected the most unique and unusual activities for you to do in Amsterdam for your bachelor or bachelorette party, or for an unbridled trip with your partner or a group of friends.
What should I consider before renting a bike in Amsterdam? Which bikes are the safest in the city?
When you spend a weekend or at least 3 days in Amsterdam, in my opinion, you should think about buying a public transportation pass for the city.
Getting around in Amsterdam is quite easy (except by car). Public transportation and biking are the absolute best ways to get around.
Amsterdam is a city that can be toured on foot if you don’t have a pass. You can pay for entrance to museums on the spot. But, if by the second day you start to get tired of walking around the city to get back to your hotel and you get tired of spending hours waiting in line to get into a museum, my advice is that, if you know what kinds of things you’d like to do during your weekend in Amsterdam, you’d better choose the right pass.
Choosing the right Amsterdam pass is very complicated. There are many different passes, and choosing the right one depends on your budget and on what you want to do during your stay. To help guide you through the pass jungle, we have made a comparative guide with information about all of the different Amsterdam passes. All you have to do is click and buy the right one for you.
Photos and tips for visiting Amsterdam’s Red Light District. We have listed all the dos and don’ts.
The Concertgebouw Amsterdam is one of the most prestigious concert halls in the world. Here is information about concert dates as well as tours.
Why book museums in advance in Amsterdam?
Amsterdam is a city that is becoming more and more touristic: millions of tourists from all over the world flock to Amsterdam every year. It is not uncommon not to be able to visit a museum such as the Van Gogh or the Rijksmuseum due to lack of space.