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Walking, cycling or cruising around Amsterdam’s famous canal network offers a picturesque and invigorating way to view the city’s landmarks.
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For big entertainment, visit this multicultural district, home of the Amsterdam ArenA, Heineken Music Hall and the forested Gaasperpark where you can enjoy watersports.
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Thought to be named for its long, straight streets, this district was once the residence of artists such as Mondrian and is now one of Amsterdam’s trendiest spots.
The Dutch capital of Holland, located in the western part of the Netherlands close to the North Sea, is one of Europe's biggest tourism destination. As a hub of culture, Amsterdam boasts incredible art galleries, museums, and live music, not to mention incredible nightlife. In the Old Centre, you can visit medieval architecture, a 17th century distillery called the Wynand Fockink, the stunning Esnoga, or Portuguese Synagogue, and the Royal Palace, which was built halfway through the 17th century. If you are a fan of the arts, then don't miss the incredible exhibits at the Rembrandt House, the Van Gogh Museum, and the Rijksmuseum, which holds works by Vermeer, Frans Hals, and Rembrandt. The Anne Frank House is a poignant destination that shouldn't be missed, while the Verzetsmuseum, or Dutch Resistance Museum, is a good addition that explains Dutch culture and bravery during the Second World War. For those eager to experience the nightlife, venture beyond the infamous Red Light District in the Old Centre and head to Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein, both in the Canal Ring, where locals enjoy drinks and dancing at night. During the day, stroll the Canal Ring district and admire the incredible waterways that bring beauty to the city of Amsterdam.
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Amsterdam has an oceanic climate, thanks to its proximity to the North Sea, and four distinct seasons. Winters are cool but still mild, with average temperatures of five degrees between December and February. Summers are significantly warmer, with temperatures averaging 20 degrees, which makes June, July, and August the most popular time of year to visit Amsterdam. Most travellers who come to Amsterdam fly into the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS), which is 15 kilometres from the city centre. The airport can be accessed easily if you opt for an Amsterdam rental car, but other transport options include taxis, NS Dutch Railways, and the Amsterdam Airport Express bus.
Here at Expedia.co.nz, we work hard to ensure that you get great savings when it comes time to book accommodation in Amsterdam. Whether you plan on staying in one of the lavish resorts in Jordaan or you are trying to cut costs with budget hotels in the City Centre, we have a wide range of options to suit your travel budget. If you need airfare or even a car rental while in Amsterdam, you can book it all from our convenient and easy-to-navigate website. For some of Europe's best art, culture, nightlife, and canal views, it is hard to imagine a more perfect spot to visit than Amsterdam in the Netherlands.