Welcome to Amsterdam! This fascinating city has so much to offer visitors, from world-famous museums and picturesque canals, to a vibrant, buzzing nightlife. Pick Amsterdam for your next city break with Travelcircus, stay at one of our 4- and 5- star hotels and soak up the atmosphere in this vivacious metropolis.
Just wandering around this gorgeous city is a highlight in and of itself. Explore the streets which fan out across Amsterdam’s characteristic network of canals and bridges. Whether you choose to discover the Dutch capital on a bike or on a boat, you can’t help but be stunned by the beautiful cityscape. Amsterdam, of course, has so much more to offer visitors:
Museum-lovers are exceptionally well catered to in Amsterdam. Walk in the footsteps of Rembrandt and van Gogh, at the Rembrandt Museum and Rijksmuseum and immerse yourself in Dutch cultural history. A visit to the Anne Frank House is an absolute must for anyone on a city break in Amsterdam. This museum tells the moving story of the young, Jewish girl who once hid in the house with her family to escape persecution.
Amsterdam is easiest to explore on foot. It offers you all the flexibility to stroll along the streets and soak up the Amsterdam city spirit. The public transport network of trams, underground, buses and ferries is also a great way to hop around the city. You’ll need to buy a ticket to use the network, these are available as single day tickets or multi-day tickets and give you unlimited journeys within the chosen time frame.
If you’re starting your city break in Amsterdam with a flight into Schiphol airport, you might be better off getting the Amsterdam Travel Ticket. This includes the journey to and from the airport in 2nd class as well as use of the city public transport network.
Amsterdam is a mini-paradise for luxury shopping. P.C. Hoofstraat, the most elegant shopping street in the city, is a haven of luxury boutiques including Gucci, Chanel and Louis Vuitton. The Spiegelkvartier district is perfect if you’re looking for art, antiques or other knick-knacks. Head to the Negen Straatjes (Nine Streets) neighbourhood for a relaxed afternoon surrounded by welcoming cafés, art galleries and small boutiques.