We, personally, think Amsterdam is the most beautiful city in the world and we want you to explore it to the fullest. The best way to experience the allure of Amsterdam is by open boat. Let us share all the reasons why.
Amsterdam’s city flag is super badass. We already knew this, of course. But in 2015 it was confirmed by flag enthusiast Roman Mars during one of his TED talks. Aren’t you wondering about the origin of ‘the most badass city flag of the world’? Well, we were! That’s why we did some research.
Amsterdam is seen as a LGBTI+-friendly city. One of the reasons is one of the world’s largest celebrations of the Pride, every last week of July and/or first week of august. Did you know Amsterdam was the first city to decriminalize homosexuality in 1811? The first official public gay bar opened up its doors in 1927. Since then, many more LGBTI-bars and clubs in Amsterdam followed. We’ve listed a few of the many places to go.
Amsterdam Gay Pride is without a doubt one of the happiest events of the year. This year the event takes place from Saturday July 27th until Sunday August 4. During these days there will be festivities and celebrations all over town. In this blog we tell you about the ultimate things to do at Amsterdam Gay Pride 2019. Don't miss these events!
What’s the best place to relax in a very crowded and entertaining city? Yes, indeed: the park! One of our favorite parks is Westerpark at the westside of the city. It’s easily to reach by bike and by Hop On – Hop Off bus, has a lot of cool hotspots and is truly beautiful all year long. Check out all the things to do in the Westerpark area in Amsterdam.
We made a smart guide with 14 of the best children's attractions in Amsterdam. From museums where you can do science experiments to the most fun outside activities and the best places to eat. We got you and your family covered!
The Amsterdam canals are much praised, world famous and the canal belt is even on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Residents of Amsterdam cycle past the canals on a daily basis, but have you ever considered the history of this picturesque part of town?
The red light district in Amsterdam is known for the ladies of the night and coffee shops, but it has way more to offer than this kind of entertainment. Did you know you can also find cute coffee salons, hip bars, museums and a brewery in the red light district? Read our guide to the hidden gems of the red light district to find out what’s good!
We’ve all been there: your regular go-to spots just won’t cut it for some dinner dates. From dining with a view to dining in the dark and everything in between. We got you!