Amsterdam

King’s Day, on the 27th of April

King’s Day, on the 27th of April

Did you know that Dutch people celebrate Koningsdag, the Birthday of the King, on April 27th? This national holiday was celebrated for the first time in the 19th century, when on August 31 of 1885, the fifth birthday of Princess Wilhelmina was commemorated. At that...

Keukenhof in a Day

Keukenhof in a Day

Did you know that the Netherlands is the paradise of tulips, specially the Keukenhof Park? If you like flowers - especially tulips - you don’t want to miss the opportunity to visit the Keukenhof Park. Each year it opens its doors in spring to offer us a whole show,...

The Rijksmuseum, the National Museum of the Netherlands

The Rijksmuseum, the National Museum of the Netherlands

The Rijksmuseum, the National Museum of the country, is my favourite place in Amsterdam. Petrus Cuypers, the Dutch architect, designed the museum, in addition to the Amsterdam Central Station. The museum was inaugurated in 1885. Moreover, the building is made of brick...

Amsterdam and the Red Light District

Amsterdam and the Red Light District

Wallen, better known as the Red Light District in Amsterdam, is located in the oldest part of the city. It is probably one of the most visited neighbourhoods in Amsterdam, where prostitution has always existed in a legal way. It was during the 17th Century when the...

What to eat in Amsterdam, discover its gastronomy

What to eat in Amsterdam, discover its gastronomy

The Netherlands have fresh products that enrich their cuisine. Highlights include Texel lamb, asparagus from Limburg, fresh fish from the North Sea and seafood from Zeeland. But without a doubt, Holland is known worldwide for its cheeses. It is a country with great...

The best tour to see Amsterdam in 2 days

The best tour to see Amsterdam in 2 days

The best way to explore the city of Amsterdam is on foot or by bike. In this blog you will find out how to make the most out of 2 days in this city, Amsterdam.Day 1 Day 1 starts at Central Station, and from there, you can walk to the Royal Palace, conceived as City...

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