Hotel Utopia

NZ Voorburgwal 132, Amsterdam, 1012, The Netherlands
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new years!

by indyblu


me and some friends are meeting up in amsterdam from 30th dec till 3rd jan.. for new years eve celebrations! any one know whats going on and where to go?

many thanks


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Re: new years!

by pieter_jan_v

No public transport between 8PM and 1.30AM.

Fireworks in the streets.

BIG party at the DAM square.

Smaller events elsewhere downtown.

You might have to reserve for your dinner and NYE party.


Re: new years!

by dila

On 31 december there will be a big party on museumplein.
21.00 -1.00 Nick & Simon (dutch singers) will be there too also its a lottery (staatsloterij)
for party think nearby where you staying as the public transport in Amsterdam will stop around 20.00 in new years evening.
nightbusses will start after 1.00 dont know exact time
some video s from last year lottery

Travel Tips for Amsterdam

A great relief finally

by Rupanworld

after all my travels across european countries where I really found it so difficult to communicate with people, Netherlands in general was the first place that i could freely communicate with people. Everybody understands and speaks in English and are proud to say that.

Take a stroll around the city!

by wen_viaggio

The locals are very friendly and helpful whenever it came to asking for directions. Walking around Amsterdam is the best way to take in the sights. Yes, its possible to walk from the city centre all the way to Centraal Station. If you get tired, you can always take their trams which arrive at regular intervals.
Also do check out their many shops which range from the usual souvenir fare
to the sleazier ones like those selling adult toys and xxx videos, mementos.....Definitely an eye opener for people like us Singaporeans where such items are banned in our country.

Left: Clogs of different sizes and colours deck the walls of souvenir shops.

Two places that you must go to...

by dballgame

Two places that you must go to in Amsterdam would be 'The Red Light District' and the 'Hash Bars.' You must realize I was a 26 year-old male in a city with very few inhibitions, with that in mind, I frequented both on various occasions. The red light is unlike anything I have ever seen. Window shows, vendors, tourists, 'regulars.' As for the hemp can go to the Blarney Stone first thing in the morning, order ham and potatoes with a side of 'white widow.' Like coffee shops in the U.S., these are places where people hang out, eat and talk about current events...oh yeah they smoke hash and marijuana there also. You can look at a book that resembles a catalog with various choises...purple haze, northern lights, and hawaiian to name a few. Simply lovely!


by micas_pt

One of my fondest memories from Amsterdam are the bicycles. There were bicycles all around me! One of the first sights I had when leaving beautiful Centraal Station were countless bicycles parked there. And as I walked through the city I could see so many more bicycles lined on street. And Dutch cycling everywhere, both young and elderly, with or without children, to and from, doing their shopping, just going everywhere by bicycle!! This is something that amazes me as i live in a city that is built on seven hills, … so doing my daily life with a bicycle is something i am not used to. And Amsterdam stands from other cities i’ve visited, as i don’t remember having ever seen so many bicycles in short period of time and a limited area of the city.

Canal boat departure place

by Erkmen

Amsterdam is famous with its canals and a boat tour in the canals is a must do..

However due to on going extensions of the metro line, Canal boats are now leaving from a different place..

So all canal boat companies near the central station is temporarily closed..


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