Amsterdam! The city of Van Gogh and all things art and history! A lovely visit if you have a taste for art and appreciating abstract art forms plastered all around its buildings and architecture. I really wanted to give you all the amazing details that may save you some precious resources, so I also included some hotels and flights that can help you be prepared and ready for your next trip in the first section. I highly suggest to bookmark this page for future reference and to easily access all your relevant links in case it gets lost somewhere else. Here are the three top locations in Amsterdam you should know about:
Flights And Hotels
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Flights to Amsterdam are cheap because of the cheap airline tickets; the airlines offer for flights to and fro. The expensive part of Amsterdam is the stay. Hotels are considerably more expensive, and the overall stay will cost you a few bucks, so make sure you are ready for that before you book your holiday there. I also included a link for some cost effective Europe tours. If you are considering another option, please click here for flights and hotels.
Van Gogh museum
The prime activity I would suggest you should indulge in, is visiting the one and the only Van Gogh museum! Walls are covered with art pieces and colors by Van Gogh himself, providing you an opportunity to drool and drown in the beauty of the museum. The ticket costs the only US $20! I also included some great hotels you should check out that are very close to this museum.
Next up would be to take the one and a half hour canal cruise. You will not believe how beautiful Amsterdam looks when you are in waters, or well at least floating on water. The lights set in the waters, the smooth sail of the ship, all adding to your perfect experience. The trip has always been given a full 5-star rating and costs the only US $23.
Moving along, I would suggest getting yourselves cocktails at Amsterdam’s ice bar. Experience the place’s coolest venue and have complimentary cocktails to go along with it. It has great reviews on Tripadvisor, but I ultimately recommend seeing for yourself what is has to offer. I have included a great list of hotels here too.
There you have it, people. A brief explanation of what there is to do in Amsterdam during your stay there. The city is, admittedly a bit on the expensive side, but keeps up with your savings and keep being a good sport, you will be able to afford the travel. Moreover, you will not at all regret any part of it. Hope to have helped you out and convinced you to head to Amsterdam soon enough! Leave a comment down below and tell me what tour you plan to head to first in Amsterdam. If you have been to Amsterdam, leave a comment below and tell me about your experience, I’m curious to know how it went!