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Amsterdam has an amazing history. The unique, large and untouched historic centre has a rich architectural history, dominated by water. Various different cultures around the world have a welcoming attitude towards the visitors.

The city is well-known for its museums, red light district, coffee shops and an endless variety of nightlife with non-stop eating and drinking. Being the striking capital of Holland, it even claims to be the 'gay capital of Europe'. Therefore, a lot of hostels and hotels abide providing good value for money and environment. Amsterdam is truly beautiful and romantic with antique houses, lovely bridges, famous canals and a vault of world class attractions.

For all the key information about cheap flights, low budget hotels and all-inclusive Amsterdam holiday packages, browse our user-friendly website and fill in the details to book Amsterdam flights. Schiphol Amsterdam Airport (AMS) serves as the main air hub to the city and it can be reached from any major airport of the UK. Search and find the best travel deals and low cost car hire to save and create a long-lasting trip to Amsterdam
Amsterdam has a recognizable charm whether you see it under the blue skies, in rain or even at peak season. The best time to visit Amsterdam is all through the year, no matter what time of year. But most travellers visit Amsterdam between April and September when the days are longer and temperatures are quite milder than other months.

Amsterdam has a broad spectrum of cultural and recreational sights ranging from the ancient buildings like the Oude Kerk and Hash Marihuana Museum. Museums are the main tourist attraction in Amsterdam; and everyone knows Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum and Van Gogh Museum and many more. There are around 50 museums that attract millions of tourists everywhere.

The old church Oude Kerk remains a calm heaven at the heart of the Red Light District. The buildings are in a Gothic renaissance style that gathers and captures a lot of attention. The Dam Square is the heart and centre of Amsterdam, although there are much prettier sites surrounding the Dam Square.

Apart from the broad alleys and the down-town scenic areas, a narrow and vaulted passageway leads to another charming garden that is surrounded by old houses. Entry is free, but silence must be maintained. The Amsterdam's canals have tagged the Dutch capital as 'the Venice of the North'. Thus, a trip to Amsterdam is not complete without a boat cruise.

Travelling to Amsterdam is not only a feast for the eyes but a feast for taste buds also. With many cultural influences, it is a city which offers a varied selection of cuisines to gratify and challenge the palate. For vegetarians, Amsterdam offers plenty of appetizing choices which are easily accessible than you imagine. You can experience amazing vegetarian dining from spicy raw foods, Italian, Dutch and Indian cuisine.

On the other hand, there are stylish restaurants that are ready to please your palate and hunger of any meat lover. From luscious multifarious options, there is no shortage of mouth-watering steak and lamb's leg. You can order Persian lamb and chicken or perhaps tempting Peruvian grilled meats. A saying goes, 'its pancakes, pancakes and pancakes during breakfast, lunch and dinner".

The Dutch capital is the city of antiques, diamonds, books and several souvenirs. Some shops are open for a very short time and some supermarkets like Albert Heijn stay open until 8 or 10 pm. Since the shopping centres abide at a central point, shopping is pleasant. You can still find buses, trams, taxis and other mode of transport that easily drops and picks you up right from the shopping corridors. Ardent shoppers can shop in their own charm and speciality.

Nieuwedijk-Kalverstraat is endowed with shops running up to a kilometre long. There is no traffic, other than the constant movement of tourists, scholars, students and locals. One can shop for clothes, music, gift shops, sportswear and mix with the vibe of Amsterdam. Parallel to this, are the Rokin and Damark where restaurants are in plenty. No wonder, shopping and eating go hand in hand.

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