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Amsterdam Pub Crawl
"This trouble-free evening gives you a taste of the best nightlife Amsterdam has to offer. Your knowledgeable guides will lead you on a journey to handpicked local bars and nightclubs in Amsterdam where you can enjoy one free drink at each stopYou bars and nightclubs to keep you entertained into the early hours.Delve into the depths of Amsterdam's infamous Red Light District if you dare. You''ll visit many pubs bars and clubs to keep you dancing until dawn.Both tours offers you a complete package including access to exclusive venues. Enjoy shots of vodka along the way and party like never before in Holland's capital city.Please Note: You must ""Do you like to party? Book Amsterdam's most famous pub crawl and party like never before. This walking tour is the ultimate way to discover the city and its numerous bars and nightclubs. You'll meet other travelers and share your stories over a drink or ttitle=Highlights&1=The+ultimate+way+to+discover+the+best+nightlife+Amsterdam&2=Gain+free+entrance+into+6+dance+bars+and+clubs&3=The+first+drink+at+each+venue+is+FREE&4=Unlimited+shots+between+8%3A30pm-9pm&5=Knowledgeable+and+entertaining+guides""
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Private Tour: Amsterdam City Walking Tour
"You’ll be picked up from your Amsterdam hotel or Dam Square at your pre-determined time and taken to the tour starting point. This tour can be taken in English French German Spanish or Portuguese; simply advise at the time of booking which language you prefer.Start with a tram ride to the Jordaan district a former working class area that’s now an upscale hub full of students art galleries specialty shops and markets
From EUR50.00
Guided Motorcycle Sidecar City And Dutch Countryside from Amsterdam
"Start your tour by riding around the city of Amsterdam for approximately 45 minutes and seeing all it's most famous and traditional locations such as Central Train Station Nieuwmarkt Leidseplein Rembrandtplein De Dam Prinsengracht Maritime Museum and a glimpse of the Red Light District.Ride 1.5 hours through the beautiful Dutch countryside
From EUR205.00

Satellite Sports Café Tips (3)

Sattelite Sports Cafe: Great place to catch a game

I think the place is British owned, but it clearly is a great place to watch rugby, soccer, American sports of all kinds and also grab a meal. I stopped in for breakfast and had a Dutch style apple-cinnamon pancake complete with powdered sugar, and dark, almost molasses colored syrup.

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Apr 30, 2004

Sky Sport Café: Sky Sport Café

A sportive atmosphere given by several TV screens showing sky competitions.
Rather cheap.

Favorite Dish A pancake + a Dutch chocolate.
A Dutch pancake is not like the US one or the French one. It is large and the toping is included within the pastry.

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Sep 07, 2002

Satellite Sportscafé: Avoid this place - go elsewhere!

The ONLY good thing about this place is the satellite TV showing sports from around the world. Other than that, the drinks are overpriced, the staff & management are rude, and the service is poor. Stay away & find another place to watch your football match!

Favorite Dish None

Sep 06, 2010
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Leidseplein is a most popular square of Amsterdam. There are a lot of cafes, bars, restaurants on that square and in the surrounding streets. Most of the restaurants are not Dutch so that I sometimes...
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This muesuem is AWESOME !!!! The paintings here are one of a kind and just amazing. Get here early to be able to see every room and exhibit. Could spend the entire day here if you had the time. A MUST...
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It is not advisible to visit the Diamonds factories specially with your wifes ,fiancees,girlfriends etc.etc. You can take this suggestion as a warning tip. During the war Amsterdam losts 2000 diamond...
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Bijbels Museum

Biblical Museum. Located on Herengracht in a group of stately mansions called the Cromhouthuizen. I was impressed by their collection of Bibles, and the model of the Temple Mount. "Archaeological...
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De Krijtberg

Officially dedicated to St Francis Xavier, De Krijtberg is another Catholic church in Amsterdam. The actual elegant Neogothic edifice was constructed in 1883 by the architect Alfred Tepe. The church's...
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Flower Market - Bloemenmarkt

New Year's is certainly not the season to visit a flower market, so Bloemenmarkt was not super exciting when I was there in late December 2014. There were definitely flowers being sold along with...
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Getting to Satellite Sports Café


Leidseplein 11 -1017 PS Amsterdam


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