Amsterdam travel guide: Flights, hotels, attractions and restaurants


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A culture vulture’s playground.

With its historical canal houses, World Heritage Listed canal system and artistic atmosphere, Amsterdam is the kind of destination that lets you drink up history while letting your hair down.

International flights and European river cruises work year-round to deliver you to its banks, while a rich bicycle network allows you to explore by ground, discovering they city’s gems, including historical windmills, flower markets, art museums, coffee shops and the famous red light district.

If you’ve timed your trip for spring, don’t pass up the chance for a day trip to one of Holland’s iconic tulip fields. Though to be frank, whichever season you arrive, they’ll always be entertainment to delight – from traditional Christmas markets in winter to outdoor festivals in summer.

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