Amsterdam is definitely an amazing place to visit with all the historical museums and architecturally beautiful buildings it has to offer. Apart from these, given below are some interesting things you could give a try on your Amsterdam tours.
Hop on your Bike
There are around 800,000 bicycles in Amsterdam and the city has a network of cycle routes and flat landscapes through which you can explore the beautiful canals and streets in the city. Obviously, Amsterdam is known to be the most cycle-friendly cities in the world and you can hire a bike and enjoy your ride during your Amsterdam Tours.
Food, Drink, and Culture at Westergasbafriek
The Westergasbafriek is a complex located at Westerpark and this is home to a variety of restaurants, coffee roasters, tempting bars, art house cinema, a microbrewery, and many more. You can also look out for mini-festivals, food markets, and many events such as Sunday market held here.
Catch the Ferry to Amsterdam North
Most tourists do not even think about visiting the North of Amsterdam, but not visiting this place is such a loss. The vibrant food, drink, and cultural scene burgeoned across the water are all must-experience things during Amsterdam tours. You can also enjoy waterside hangouts, frequent events, and festivals.
Discover Amsterdam’s Park Life
There are about 30 parks in Amsterdam and are for sure the best places to chill out. The largest of the parks is the 47-acre Vondelpark and it houses an outdoor theatre with live concerts held during summer, three bars and restaurants, and many more attractions. Some other notable parks in the city are the Sarphatipark, Rembrandtpark, and Westerpark.
Discover Amsterdam’s Independent Shopping Streets
In ‘The Nine Streets’, also called ‘De Negen Straatjes’, you can find about two hundred retailers including vintage shops, a fine selection of independent boutiques, and specialty stores where you can get anything from a designer dress to handmade cosmetics. You can also have similar shopping experience at the Utrechtsestraat, Haarlemmerdijk, or the Czaar Peterstraat.
Eat your Way around 30 Food Stalls in a Former Tram Depot
Located in the Oud-West neighborhood, De Hallen is a new center for fashion, food, art, and crafts. De Hallen houses independent stores, a cinema, a boutique hotel, and the Food Hallen. The Food Hallen is where you can munch on some Dutch street food delicacies.