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Amsterdam

Amsterdam
Amsterdam is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. If you are looking for a place where you can enjoy the day and the night, you should visit Amsterdam. This is the capital city of the Netherlands and has several historic and interesting places to visit. If you are planning to fly with Austrian Airlines to Amsterdam you can book your tickets online. This is one vacation you can enjoy with your family. You can take a nice romantic trip down the canals of Amsterdam. The open-air markets are great if you are looking for some bargain shopping, however, remember to negotiate while you are shopping. You can also go visit the museums and explore the historical buildings in the city.

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Worth knowing

Netherlands
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: Dutch
  • Capital: Amsterdam
  • Austrian flight destination: Amsterdam
Airport
  • Amsterdam-Schiphol (AMS): The airport is situated 15km (9 miles) southwest of Amsterdam.
  • Address: Evert van de Beekstraat 202, 1118 CP Schiphol, Netherlands
  • Telephone: +31 20 794 0800
  • Airport Amsterdam You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.


Where to eat in Amsterdam

Where to eat in Amsterdam
Café Amsterdam
Because industrial style is en vogue, the engine room of a water tower happens to accommodate Café Restaurant Amsterdam. The restaurant has been there since 1996. Old engines that have partly been preserved create a special atmosphere and interesting interior unlikely to be matched by a designer. Cosy and rustic wooden tables and chairs as well as the ancient illumination of the Olympic Stadium enhance the special flair. The cuisine mixes Dutch down-to-earthness with French ingenuity and Italian classic style. While the prices are appropriate, the only thing that's missing in the restaurant is intimacy. Due to its vastness it is hardly apt for romantics in need for niches, candles and secrets. But larger groups and families with kids that want to move around will feel good here.
Stork
IJ-kantine

Where to shop in Amsterdam

Where to shop in Amsterdam
Shoebaloo
What sounds comfortable is not really comfortable. The focus here lies on the look. How you manage to walk or dance in these shoes is your problem. Since 1983 men have been spoilt with high-end products by the most acclaimed designers in the world. Sad ladies, however, remained empty-handed (or -footed) when just another impertinent guy came out wearing the hottest boots, trainers, patent-leather shoes, slippers or sandals. Since 2000, with the opening of the shop in the Leidsestraat, the girls' sufferings have come to an end. Now, all the great labels - Gucci, Prada, D&G, Lanvin, Galliano - and smaller labels - Dsquared2, Frankie Morello, Y-3, Cesare Paciotti - make shoe fanatics beaming with joy. The shops are all but uniform - so everyone finds his or her favourite shoes here. The price category, however, is a different story: Be sure your credit card will screech with shock. In the meantime, there are four shops in Amsterdam - and they are all worthwhile visiting: Koningsplein 7, PC Hooftstraat 80, Leidsestraat 10, Cornelis Schuytstraat 9.
Centre Neuf
290 Square Meters

What to see in Amsterdam

What to see in Amsterdam
Melkweg
Milk used to be processed here in the past, but then a bunch of hippies came along and staged quite a fuss. What began as spontaneous theatre, is today one of the major cultural centres in town. The Melkweg - you got it: the word means nothing else than milky way - started as beautiful location for spontaneous acting. That was more than 40 years ago. Despite its years, the Melkweg has a young and refreshing flair. Thanks to tough work and determination, the project has well developed. Today, the area comprises two stages, a cinema, several exhibition sites and a restaurant. There is a colourful and diversified programme. The Melkweg is a centre of music, film, theatre, photography and media art, it is a get-together for creative people, active artists and friends of art from all over Europe.
Coffeeshops
Rent a bicycle

Where to stay in Amsterdam

Where to stay in Amsterdam
Citizen M
The hotel lies closer to the airport than the city - but who cares about a 15-minute drive when one lives stylishly and in the future? Personal service is minimalistic. It's modern technology that reigns here. Citizens of tomorrow do not need human help when checking in. They just need a computer that - with the help of light and music - delivers the right kind of atmosphere to each and every guest. If you arrive stressed out and your mood changes to perfect in Amsterdam - you wouldn't be the first one - you can adapt to your room's atmosphere via Mood-Pad. Always handy: flat screen, W-Lan, soft beds with designer linen, rain shower, sophisticated lighting and a secret toilet. If you want to thank us for the tip, thank Vitra, Philips, Commes des Garçons and Viktor & Rolf as well for the fantastic design. The price for one night in the double room starts from 79 Euros.
Hotel V
Okura

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