Amsterdam Travel Tips

Getting around

√ The Dam Square is the heart of the city and is the most important historical area. The market is dominated by the Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis) which was used as headquarters of the City Hall.
√ Also, in the square you will find Museum Madame Tussauds wax figures, New Church (Nieuwe Kerk).
√ City Canels main attraction. With over 100 km of canals, Amsterdam is ranked as the city with the multiple channels of water in the world (or the watery city).
√ Magere Brug is an old wooden bridge over the river Amstel, located opposite the Theatre Carre.
√ Isolated from noisy traffic of the city, Begijnhof is a closed courtyard dating from the 14th century.
√ Rembrandt Square (Rembrandtplein) is an area where you will find terraces, bars and hotels and other night attractions.
√ Van Gogh Museum, dedicated to the fabulous work of famous Van Gogh.

Where to stay in Amsterdam

Where to Stay in Amsterdam | Amsterdam Travel Tips

1. Hotel Atlas – Van Eeghenstraat 64, 1071 GK Amsterdam
Location: Situated in a central but quiet part of town, near Vondel Park and 10 minutes away from the Van Gogh Museum.
̶ Single: 70 Euro / night
̶ Double: 85 Euro / night

2. Hotel Barbacan – Plantage Muidergracht 89, 1018 TN Amsterdam
Location: City center, near the train station, park, university and subway.
̶ Single: 90 Euro / night
̶ Double: 110 Euro / night

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