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

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Sights in Amsterdam

Sights in Amsterdam
Nemo
Who does not remember boring biology teachers, tricky physics tests or the headache following chemistry lessons? Forget about that right away and give natural sciences a second chance! The Nemo Science Centre communicates scientific topics of every-day life in an entertaining and fun way. Completely without tons of formulas and complicated technical terms you learn about scientific backgrounds. Giving simple and amusing explanations, the Netherlands' largest science centre devotes itself to knowledge that you can hear, taste and touch.
Heineken Brewery
Rent a bicycle

Eat in Amsterdam

Eat in Amsterdam
FEBO
The Dutch are practical when it comes to food and thus easily satisfied. They are used to the fact that not everything made from vegetables contains vitamins or that some foods look good but don't taste it without mayonnaise. And they probably think that freshness is overvalued. At least that's what the FEBO automats suggest and they are so bizarre that you should pull out a sandwich in any case. There are more than 20 such automats in Amsterdam, representing a fast food chain without visible staff. At least almost: You insert money and pull out croquettes, a hamburger or a sandwich from behind the display window. The stuff doesn't look too good, you need courage for it, but it tastes okay and it is worth a story back home. But you may rest assured: There are people behind the automat who see to its filling with fresh products regularly - at least that's what is said.   You want to know what the letters FEBO mean? FEBO started out in 1941 as bakery on FErdinand BOlstraat. 
Stork
Blue Pepper

Stay in Amsterdam

Stay in Amsterdam
Maison Rika
Multitasking skills have seemed to be quite trendy for a couple of years. At the moment, this trend moves toward the opposite direction again - but not for Ulrika Lundgren: she manufactures leather bags and cashmere cardigans, publishes a magazine and has recently opened her own guest house - the Maison Rika - with view on the Herengracht in Amsterdam.   The former Vogue and Elle stylist is smart: she has designed the interior of the two suites in the hotel that is located in an old corner house directly opposite to her boutique. Each spreads over a whole floor and manifests her personal living style. She has put vintage pieces and white furniture on the black oak floor, and art objects by Sang Ming adorn the walls. The Gallery Boutique on the first floor with her favourite pieces also functions as the hotel lobby. There she hosts events with artist friends and colleagues from the newly founded Dutch Vogue. You might not be served breakfast the next morning there but she will provide snacks in the suite throughout the day. It's also the perfect spot to browse through the hotel's own city.
Roemerhotel
Citizen M

Shopping in Amsterdam

Shopping 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.
Daryl van Wouw
Maison NL

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