Amsterdam Hotel Parklane

Plantage Parklaan 16, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1018 ST, The Netherlands
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  • Solo90
  • Business42

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Forum Posts

Gay Pride Weekend

by Matt87

I recently booked a weekend in Amsterdam for my Birthday in August (5-8th), a few days after booking I found out that Amsterdam gay pride takes place during the same weekend which I've booked.

Does anyone know what I can expect in terms of how many people go? Does it take over the entire city? Are all the bars and clubs booked for gay only events?

I don't have a problem with gay people I just wanted a bit more info about what to expect when I visit

Re: Gay Pride Weekend

by ATLC

It is a very busy weekend in Amsterdam. So you're actually lucky you got accommodation. But no, Amsterdam is not all gay. It will be more colourful and certainly, as I said: busy.

Have a look at photos from previous years:
http://www.amsterdamgaypride.nl/

Re: Gay Pride Weekend

by r13

Will be huge crowds, but gay parties and events concentrate in "gay streets" (there about 3-4 main clusters, you can look up), other places work "as usual". One exception is boats parade which is main event and is routed trough the canal around the central part of city - it is several hours long. Huge crowds flow to see it,so so trams will be packed and slow.

Re: Gay Pride Weekend

by ATLC

daring to open a gay website or preventing mum and girlfriend getting a heart attack at seeing you do so...

for all our liberalism, I'm glad that looking at a gay website and a bit of nakedness is for most of us Dutchies a complete non-issue.

Re: Gay Pride Weekend

by OiKnow

I watched the boat parrade from my hotel room three years ago. The crowds were concentrated and as well behaved as any crowd in Amsterdam.

Re: Gay Pride Weekend

by Odinnthor

It is no different than it is in any other city that has a Gay Pride parade. In my country the parade in Reykjavik is a lot of fun. It is festive and everyone gay or not is have ing a good time.

My tours have twice caught Gay Pride in San Francisco, and it is a complete gas. Same in Los Angeles, it is a festive day, but it is mostly in West Hollywood.

Don't worry, you will have a great time in Amsterdam, whether you catch the parade or not.

Travel Tips for Amsterdam

I-amsterdam card

by virattravels

If you are in the city for 24/ 48 / 72 hours as a first timer and want to do most of the things that tourists do - I think this package is neat and cheap. Check out the website it packs in quite a bit - you wont have the time to include in everything.

http://www.iamsterdam.com/

the shopping centre near the...

by kryzhn

the shopping centre near the amsterdam arena - there are a lot of cheap price-high quality products shops in that area. If you go there, get in the Media Market - they got good prices ****

artis zoo - the oldest in europe - pretty cool - i love to visit the insectorium and a sort of green house where you can feel (there are the tipical temp/insects/plants ecc) whats the feeling of being in several different types of forests ecc... ****

the nemo roof - a sort of futuristic beach - great view - very cool and relaxing sitting-on (or sleeping on) green bags ****

red light district - of course!! - lots of girls (some 50% of them are quite hot) - dance in the windows - you talk to them - negotiate the price and the time and enter the their room - they close the windows and ............(the rest is left to your imagination) :-) ****

btw - go to food plaza - behind the palace in the Dam square for reasonable food prices

Neck gable

by Helga67

As I already told you, there are different kinds of gables determining a certain period.
Here you can see the neck gable. It dates from the second half of the 17th century and can be recognised by two angles of 90 degrees. The edges have nice decorations.

A very diverse town

by acemj

Amsterdam is a great place to experience all that is Dutch, but it's certainly not a monoethnic city. In fact, the population is fairly diverse and you'll be able to find all kinds of dining options ranging from traditional Dutch to Indonesian to South American. The area around Leidseplein was packed with all kinds of dining choices and appeared to be the most diverse that I ran across.

visit the Rijksmsueum which is...

by matcrazy1

visit the Rijksmsueum which is set in its historic home designed by P.J.H. Cuypers, houses the largest collection of art and history in the Netherlands. The museum has an internationally renowned collection based around the paintings of the seventeenth-century Dutch Republic, the Golden Age, including twenty works by Rembrandt, four by Vermeer and numerous other paintings by artists such as Frans Hals and Jan Steen. Displayed at the very heart of the museum is Rembrandt’s Night Watch. But the museum houses more than just paintings: there are superb collections of silver, delftware, doll’s houses, prints, drawings, the mysterious Asiatic art and a recent completely renovated presentation on Dutch history. Works of art on paper, prints and drawings and since 1996 the photographic collection, are shown four times a year in different exhibitions. the canals

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Address: Plantage Parklaan 16, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1018 ST, The Netherlands