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Ten things not to miss in Amsterdam.

Ten things not to miss in Amsterdam.

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  • Amsterdam Bucketlist10 things visitors must not miss
  • 1. Enjoy the bikeKeep right, don’t stop abruptly, give priority to traffic coming from the right and make as much use of the bikelanes. Now explore the town. When taking a break: double lock the bike. Good luck!
  • Bar-restaurant Riva floating Kiss under the skinny bridge and you’ll never part above the Amstel River Bike along the Amstel river Hermitage Museum & docks Bike along the Amstel river2. Enjoy the Amstel, now until foreverRent a boat and kiss under the Magere Brug. Sit down at a river-side terrace. For a never-to-forgetexperience, bike along the river southwards, passing meadows and ‘summer houses’ down to Ouderkerk a/dAmstel (7km).
  • Brouwerij ‘t IJ Wynand Fockink3. Enjoy an Amsterdam brewAmsterdam has a world-class brewing tradition. visit a brewery with a tasting room such as Wynand Fockinkdating back to 17th century, or Brouwerij ‘t IJ a beer brewery with a phenomenal terrace. Two ‘museums’honour Amsterdam’s brewing heritage: the Heineken Experience and the House of Bols.
  • Cafe Alto Concertgebouw BimHuis Melkweg4. Enjoy Amsterdam tunesAmsterdam has the most visited Concert Building in the world (classic/jazz/world) and the Conservatoriumvan Amsterdam hosts performances by new talents. Cafe Alto is the best jazz bar in town. Enjoy a livingroom concert in a canal house, or a concert at music house Bimhuis (jazz/improv) or music temple Melkweg.
  • Winkel 43 Cafe Papeneiland Eetsalon van Dobben Restaurant Moeders Reypenaer Tasting Room5. Enjoy Dutch cuisineWinkel 43 is known to serve the best apple pie in town, but I prefer a ‘koffie & appeltaart’ at CafePapeneiland. Reypenaer cheese its tasting room is worth a visit. For a true acquaintance to Dutch cuisinehave dinner at a Dutch restaurants and a kroket at Van Dobben or Cornelis.
  • EYE Film Institute Van Gogh Museum FOAM Rijksmuseum Anne Frank House6. Enjoy Amsterdam Visual delightsA visit to at least ONE Amsterdam museum is a must. From the internationally praised museums shownabove, to lesser known, small museums - there is enough variety to suit your taste!
  • Albert Cuypmarkt Boerenmarkt Noordermarkt7. Enjoy Amsterdam market vibesGet a sense of ‘daily life’ of Amsterdammers at the Albert Cuypmarket. There are two Saturday farmers’markets with organic delights. For an acquaintance with Amsterdam’s multicultural population visit theDappermarkt.
  • Vondelpark Open Theatre Hortus Botanicus Hidden courtyard8. Enjoy & Relax, Amsterdam styleThe Vondelpark is the city’s most popular park offering you a great insight into how amsterdammers relax.The Wertheim park and the Amstelpark are my personal favourites. The Hortus Botanicus is an oasis oftranquility. Or wander around town and discover a hidden courtyard!
  • Cafe Spanjer en Van Twist Bars along Noordermarkt Houses along Herenmarkt Westertoren9. Enjoy the Amsterdam JordaanGet a sense of ‘daily life’ of Amsterdammers at the Albert Cuypmarket. There are two Saturday farmers’markets with organic delights. For an acquaintance with Amsterdam’s multicultural population visit theDappermarkt.
  • View from Rembrandttoren View from RestaurantBoardroom (let for private parties) View from Double Tree Hotel REM eiland’s rooftop View from Blue 360 View from Public Library 10. Enjoy Amsterdam sky-high. Get a bird’s view of the city of Amsterdam from one of these skybars: modern Double Tree Hotel (21/F), REM eiland (22 m above the water), Blue 360 in city centre or at the public library (free entrance, 7/F).
  • About Life in Amsterdam.comWith this presentation and on the blog LifeinAmsterdam I share with you my favouriteAmsterdam places. I am not part of the Amsterdam tourist desk and everything I publish(digitally) is merely my opinion based on my personal experiences.Loves: Sushi & ChardonnayFav Amsterdam place: on the canals, on a private boat with friends. I welcome your feedback.Kirakira [at] lifeinamsterdam.comⓒ This (digital) presentation is protected by copyright.ⓒ Dit (digitale) werk is auteursrechtelijk beschermd.
  • Enjoyed this Amsterdam slideshow?Also check out the 10 most beautiful streets of Amsterdam!
  • Photography acknowledgementsOpening slide: two photographs pasted onto a photo by the Van Gogh museum. Pasted photo left byWynand Fockink and pasted photo right by lifeinamsterdam.com.Slide 2: All photos by lifeinamsterdam.com.Slide 3: All photos by lifeinamsterdam.com.Slide 4: (f.l.t.r.), photo by Brouwery ‘t IJ, Wynand Fockink and lifeinamsterdam.comSlide 5: photos by the venues as labeled.Slide 6: photos by the venues as labeled.Slide 7: photos by the museums as labeled.Slide 8: photos by the market organisations as labeled.Slide 9: photos by the venues as labeled, with exception: hidden courtyard photo bylifeinamsterdam.comSlide 10: All photos by lifeinamsterdam.com.Slide 11: All photos by lifeinamsterdam.com, with exception: photo by Blue 360.