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Private Tour: Half Day Guided Amsterdam Bike Tour
"After getting a brief introduction about the city and the route to follow we will head towards the Vondelpark. On the tour you will also get to visit the area museums squares and many other places which will simply take your breath away. The tour would highlight 3 main stops: Between art and HistoryThe tour will start from Dam Square and after a brief history about the historic square the royal palace and the church we will head towards the train station. On the way you will also get to have a cup of the finest Italian coffee. Next we will ride toward the famous canals of Amsterdam and the Anne Frank museum. You will also get to have a closer look at the buildings there. Squares and parks of AmsterdamNex which is famous for its nightlife and busy restaurants. From there we head toward huge Vondelpark which is spread on more than 40 hectares. Moreover we will also visit the museum there and see the famous Amsterdam.Markets and Red LightOur tour will also take us to the Biggest and most known market of the city
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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
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Half-Day Tour of Red Light District and Jordaan District with Private Guide in Amsterdam
"Discover Amsterdam on this half-day walking tour with a private guide. Start off with the Red Light District explore the atmospheric streets and learn about the coffee shop culture the prostitution history the political issues and the city's history. Walk through the narrowest street of Amsterdam see one of the first coffee shops and condom shops in the world.Next head to the famous Jordaan district
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Amsterdams Markets

Amsterdam is a city of markets ~ there is one on every day of the week somewhere in the city! From flowers to antiques ; from books to second hand clothing, there is a market for everybody!The most...
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Dec 07, 2004

Albert Cuyp / Street Markets

In a less visited area by tourists known as De Pijp, there is a colourful market. De Pijp is the home of flamboyant Dutch people and immigrants. So when I say colourful, I mean all the different...
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Nov 07, 2004

De Peperbo

De Peperbo is a lovely market-like shop right on the Albert Cuyp (just behind the stalls) where you will find everything for tea and coffee, kitchenware, spices and herbs, sweets and lovely gifts.I...
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Dec 21, 2003

Albert Cuyp

You will find there specially cheap clothes and the usual food. This is a place for locals, I think.I liked a lot the vegetables and fruit stalls, with a lot of products. There was also good bargains...
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Aug 16, 2003

Albert Cuyp Markt

If you’re in the mood for shopping and haggling, then this market is for you. The Albert Cuyp Markt is an outdoor market that stretches for about a mile down the Albert Cuypstraat. You’ll find stalls...
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Jun 10, 2003

Albert Cuyp Markt

Albert Cuyp is a mile-long, no-nonsense, 100-year-old street market where locals stock up on food, flowers, clothes and notions six days a week. There is something very satisfying about a market in...
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Apr 17, 2003
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Things to Do Near Albert Cuyp - Street Markets

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Heineken Brewery

This is not just a museum it really is an experience.Set on four levels this former brewery has everything you need to know about the Heineken Brand.History,information,tasting areas,videos,games and...
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Whether you take a quick walk or bike ride through the middle, or spend the day chilling on a blanket with snacks and a book, Vondelpark is totally worth a visit. The park has a few main paved roads...
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Canal Boat ride is the hype in Amsterdam. There are lots of canal boat rides and/ or canal ferries to choose from like 1 hour , 2 hours , 3 hours or even with lunch or dinner and snacks. It is up...
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De Pijp

If you are a tourist and you visit Amsterdam, you will probalbly make a canal cruise and go to the diffrent museums. The PIJP is a name of a district wich is normaly NOT in the travel books, thats...
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Gassan Diamonds, a family owned business, is located in a beautifully restored factory building in the centre of Amsterdam. Originally it was built in 1878 as a steam driven diamond factory and at the...
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For me, no trip to Amsterdam would be complete without a visit to the Rijksmuseum. The gigantic collection of art, artifacts and cultural items includes 8000 pieces, 2000 or so of which are paintings...
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Getting to Albert Cuyp - Street Markets


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