Holidays in Amsterdam expensive? They don’t have to be. There’s lots of stuff to do in Amsterdam in December, free or cheap.
True: it’s difficult to find out the little gems only residents know about. To help you out What’s up with Amsterdam has composed a list of stuff to do in Amsterdam in December 2013.
Collecting is in the heart of Dutch people. In the 16th and 17th century the Dutch bourgeoisie was famous all over the world for their collector’s cabinets.
Collecting was done for showing off and later, for collecting. Collections grew and grew until they became entire museums.
Here’s 5 weird museums in Amsterdam:
Amsterdam in summer can be very busy. The canals fill up with boats, the streets with tourists while locals rush by with their bikes. An Amsterdam summer can best be enjoyed combining museums and things to do in the city with a day of nature. Luckily, Amsterdam is a small city and nature is never […]
Here’s a list of 5 Amsterdam Things To Do in April.
1. Day trip to visit tulip gardens of Keukenhof in Lisse [...]
In October and November, the leaves fall and Amsterdam changes colours. The brightness of summer makes way for the warm and cosy reds and browns. What to do in Amsterdam for your autumn holiday to Amsterdam? Here are 10 things to do in Amsterdam in autumn. 1. Drink Herfstbok Bokbier, Bock or Bock Beer […]
Amsterdam is a lovely city to visit. But just like any other famous city, you gotta be wary of those tourist traps: streets you should avoid, museums you shouldn’t visit, places you shouldn’t go.
Here is a Top 10 list of Amsterdam Tourist Traps:
Christmas in Amsterdam in 2012 will be very special. This year, the Amsterdam Light Festival takes place for the first time. The historical centre along the river Amstel as well as the IJ-water behind Central Station will be illuminated by art installations and hundreds of Christmas lights. You don’t want to miss the Christmas Canal […]
The Kröller-Müller Museum holds the second largest collection of Van Gogh paintings in the world. The museum is located in the midst of the quiet woodland forest of Dutch national Park Hoge Veluwe. The museum makes for a great day trip visit from Amsterdam. From Amsterdam it takes 2 hours by train and bus to get […]
A lush and secluded garden just across the IJ water, a 3-minute ferry ride hosts a series of intimate ambiance mini-festivals during summer. The garden of Tolhuistuin is an easy to reach spot for a laid back crowd to hang out, chill, drink, eat and try out some dancing moves. Tolhuistuin consists of five buildings […]
The area of Westergasfabriek, a complex of 19th century buildings was a once gas plant, then a venue for house raves in the 90′s and now it’s one of the biggest cultural venues of Amsterdam. At Cultuurpark Westergasfabriek Amsterdam you’ll find an artist workshops, theatres, music festivals, house parties, many outside terraces, a coffee bar, […]
When summer (finally!) arives in Amsterdam, what can be nice than taking a dive in natural water? Outdoor swimming in Amsterdam is possible in 5 heated swimming pools in the city. But Amsterdam is a city of water and there are many spots you can take a swim in natural water. In the North, […]
What to do a rainy day in Amsterdam? Are you tired of museums and coffee shops? A fun thing to do in Amsterdam is going to see a film at one of Amsterdam’s art house film cinemas. These film theatres are generally cheap and they are located at interesting venues. Art film houses in Amsterdam […]