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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


What to see in Amsterdam

What to see in Amsterdam
Coffeeshops
Of course we do not want to recommend you to get stoned in Amstedam, but visiting one of the coffeeshops holds more in store than the legal consumption of cannabis. If you think that coffeeshops are run-down honky-tonks where only stoned guys and girls hang out you should convince yourself of the opposite and visit one. And even if you won't touch substances that are forbidden elsewhere you will be able to enjoy something here. Many coffeeshops do offer excellent pastries and milkshakes, namely, and they have a relaxed atmosphere, often at low prices. Take the Mellow Yellow, for example. It's one of the best coffeeshops in Amsterdam and still no tourist trap. If you are lucky you can sit on the terrace and enjoy the special ambience. Whatever you order, you should not miss out on visiting a coffeeshop in Amsterdam.
Melkweg
Rent a bicycle

Where to shop in Amsterdam

Where to shop in Amsterdam
290 Square Meters
Ido, the enigmatic founder of the shop, started in 2001 with 90 inspiring square metres bound to attract creative, hip and talented people. The project was so successful that the shop soon needed a larger location and also a new name. The name 290 Square Meters serves as a good source of inspiration because it is much more than a shop. It is the venue of events, fashion shows, readings and similar events. But that doesn't mean that it doesn't offer great shopping opportunities. You'll find shoes, clothes, books, magazines, music, art - and all of it arty and exceptional. The labels include our Nordic favourites Wood Wood and Henrik Vibskov as well as Holland Esquire, Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair, Minimarket and Surface To Air.
Viktor & Rolf
Designers United

Where to stay in Amsterdam

Where to stay in Amsterdam
Hotel Weber
A kitchen of your own is not bad. While you generally tend to eat at restaurants on holidays, you might not want to go for a walk with what you see in the mirror the next morning anyway. The solution: breakfast in bed. You can brew your own coffee, the rolls are in front of your door. Others have done the shopping for you - the fridge offers jam & Co. After breakfast you first of all marvel at what you see, trying to figure out a fitting name for it. Modern antlers? And because you feel so good here you will from now on assume that all the real cool people in Amsterdam live like that. And when you finally manage to leave the cosy studio, you are rewarded at that: The best bars lie just around the block, but there are at least two cultural highlights nearby too, in case you want to soothe your conscience. We have to warn you though: The apartments lie amidst Amsterdam's hustle and bustle. But there are earplugs on the bedside table. The price for one night at the studio starts from 80 Euros.
Citizen M
't Hotel

Where to eat in Amsterdam

Where to eat in Amsterdam
De Kas
After several days in Holland the latest you'll have had enough of mayonnaise and wrapped food. Then the time has come for dropping in the De Kas. Here, they are keen on fresh products coming directly from their own garden, field and green house. With devotion and green fingers, owner Gert Jan personally grows herbs, vegetables and eatable flowers and serves them on your plate. If you want to see with your own eyes where your meal comes from, you can go on a tour of the garden and polder from May to October. But you can also believe what we are telling you and immediately drop in the glass building of eight metres height that accommodates the fantastic restaurant. There, you will be spoilt for choice anyway. Piet Boon designed the dining hall but in fine weather the tables in the herb garden are in keen competition with it. If you want to experience an extraordinary evening, book the chef table. You won't miss out anything from there as you have a direct view of the kitchen, the cooks and the staff. You will be served the perfect gourmet dinner with appropriate wines for two to four persons.
Stork
Café de Kroon

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