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Amsterdam - Fearless Adventure

Activities

A couple of nice things to do in this wonderful town are:

 

  • Walk through the Red Light District
  • Visit the Van Gogh Museum
  • Go to the Albert Cuijp Market
  • Visit the house of Anne Frank
  • Go Shopping in the Nine Streets (Negenstraatjes)
  • Paddleboarding on the canal!
  • Go for a walk around the flower district (de Jordaan)
  • Visit the Rijksmuseum
  • Chill at the Vondelpark
  • Visit one of our brewery’s, i would recommend Brewery ‘t IJ
  • Take a boat tour on the canal
  • Visit the NDSM wharve
  • Take a ferry

 

 

Places to swim & Viewpoints

When it gets hot in summer, you want to go for a swim. It is possible in Amsterdam, but you just have to know the places.

  • At the Omval
  • At Amsterdam Roest
  • Gaasperplas
  • Ouderkerkerplas
  • De Ceuvel
  • Amsterdamse Bos
  • Amstel

 Viewpoints

  • Adam tower
  • Public library at Oosterdokkade (5th floor!)
  • the bar in Jakarta Hotel

 

Festivals 

 

  • Dekmental
  • Kingsday
  • Amsterdam Fringe Festival
  • Amsterdam Light Festival

Amsterdam Light Festival

 

Street art Anne Frank at NDSM Wharf

 

Street Art in Amsterdam

There is a lot of street art in the city of Amsterdam, but there are a couple of places that has a little bit more!

 

  • At the NDSM wharf
  • At the Platanenweg
  • Spuistraat
  • Schellingwoudebrug
  • Marnixstraat

Places to sleep

Hostels

I always love staying in hostels when i am traveling. I have never stayed in a hostel in Amsterdam, because i got family there. These are the hostels that my friends recommend.

 

Ecomama hostel

 

Public Transport

 Public Transport chipcard

In the Netherlands we use a chipcard for our public transport. You can buy it for €7,50 in the yellow machines on the trainstations. You have to load it with money to be able to use it. For trains you will need at least €20 and for busses it is €4. 

 For the trains you can buy seperate tickets in those machines as well, that will add another euro to the price. If you want to buy a ticket at the bus, you can do that only by card. Changes are high that the pin machines won´t take your card. A lot of machines in the Netherlands only accept Maestro and Mastercard.

You could also buy a (multi) day ticket for the Amsterdam region here.

Schedules

You can find all the public transport schedules in Google or the 9292 app.

For more information about:

Trains: go to the NS website
Trams & busses in Amsterdam: go to GVB website

 

 

 

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