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Full-Day Total Amsterdam Cycling and Food Tour with Snacks and Traditional Drinks
"On this full-day Amsterdam tour you’ll leave a unique experience while cycling through the city’s history and modern growth with plenty of tasty stops along the way. Start downtown and ride your bike to the northern dijks (dykes). As you cycle with your professional guide you’ll observe some historical sites in the financial district and get an up-close look at the city’s defenses learning how windmills canals and walls helped to build this nation and its people. Once you're done with the cycling part
From EUR146.00
 
Amsterdam in the Golden Age: Admission to the Portuguese Synagogue
"Amsterdam’s prosperity in the Golden Age would have been unimaginable without the contribution made by the Jewish community. The Portuguese Synagogue was erected in the heart of Amsterdam in 1675 and was at that time the largest synagogue in th but it is also open to the public and concerts are held there regularly. The beautifully authentic interior is guaranteed to amaze and you will relish seeing with your own eyes the most exceptional collections of Jewish heritage. Be awed by the synagogue’s stunning interior with its larg white plastered walls and dark furniture bathed in the abundant light that shines through its 72 windows. Since its consecration in 1675 it has had no electric light or heating; the only artificial light comes from the 1000 candles in the many brass chandeliers. The sand on the wood floor protects it from dirt.The other buildings in the complex include treasure chambers where visi gold
From EUR15.00
 
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
From EUR25.00

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I had read that wearing white tennis shoes would label you as an American tourist, and it appeared that it was probably a true statement. I wore boots, and my boyfriend wore his tennis shoes the...
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Travel light

* Map and guidebook; * Crackers; * 2 Liter of water; * Fruit / power bars. * Hiking boots; * 1 extra t-shirt; * Shorts with many pockets; * Sunglasses; * Fleece type jacket; * Hat / cap; * Raincoat. *...
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Rain gear

Typical weather ranges from about 0 degrees Celsius in the depths of winter (although there is usually very little snow) to typically pleasant sunny days of +20 to 25C in the summer. However, the...
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Backpack

JUST BRING A BACKPACK U DONT NEED A SUITCASE I WAS IN AMSTERDAM FOR A WEEK ALL I BROUGHT WAS 2 PAIRS OF JEANS 4 SHIRTS AND 2 HOODIES YOU DONT NEED ALOT OF CLOTHING ALL I BROUGHT WAS SOAP, SHAMPOO,...
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During my six-day trip in August, there was only one day that it didn't rain at all. I had to buy two umbrellas and one rain jacket on different occasions before I decide to carry at least one...
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Guide Books - Journal

I must admit that I am a huge fan of the "In Your Pocket" guides. Always when I am in a city which is covered by the In Your Pocket guides I try to get the latest printed issue. So in Amsterdam...
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Money

Exchange point in Amsterdam: Exchange Corporation Damrak 12 1012 LG AMSTERDAM Telefoon +3120-6248120 Where: when you come out of Central Station, walk straight on, that's Damrak American...
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Camera

We went in March and weather was very cold, not rain and some sunny so put on my luggage winter cloth and confortable shoes there is lot to walk in Amsterdam. Fuimos en Marzo e hizo mucho frio, no...
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Voltage Convertor

Mark all of your bags with ID tags. Tie a ribbon around your luggage so you can ID them when you arrive. The AP is a jungle and this will make it easier for you. Don't expect to go to the country side...
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I think I read somewhere on this site where someone suggested "black, black, black", and I now understand why that is a good suggestion. I was there in late April/early May, and it was still pretty...
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Grote Markt

The Stadthuis is one of the three buildings which really stand out on Haarlem's Grote Markt (the others being St Bavo and the Vleeshal). It stands on the west of the square. Originally, from around...
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Panorama Terrace

The Schiphol Panorma Terrace is great place to spend some time with children and watch all the activities on the platforms below. The terrace stretches over most of the terminal building roof at the...
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Cheese market

One of the things we did in 1950 was visit the Cheese Market. In those days it was pretty low key. The thing I remember the most was the bouncing cheeses. There was a long boat like cradle which was...
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De Hoofdtoren

The Hoofdtoren (the Main Tower) is a tower near the harbor which was built for defense in 1532. It's made of limestone and brick I took photos of it as we left the harbor - I understand that it is now...
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Bottleship Museum / Flessenscheepjes Museum

When you see a bottleship for the first time you will most likely scratch your head about its very absurdity. First of all, how did it get into the bottle? How is it possible that a ship of some 10cm...
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De Kaaswaag / The Cheese Weighhouse

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