What is there to see and do in the Venice of the north? We discover the very best that the Dutch capital has to offer in our 3-day Amsterdam itinerary.
I lived in Amsterdam for 2 years previously, so being back in the city felt strange, but it was a good strange.
Autumn is a great time of year to be sailing around Amsterdam. Although a bit cooler, the canal ring is quite magical with changing color of the trees that line the water. Experience it with us!
This is it – I’m saying goodbye to Amsterdam to continue traveling full-time and blogging! It’s the right time to follow my dreams!
This year, I am spending Easter with a person closest to my heart – my mom and my best friend in our favourite city – Amsterdam. We’ve been cooking and baking a lot, laughing and talking for hours. We could finally catch up with daily stories and my travel adventures, but how did I keep the Easter spirit alive? – You may wonder …
Thus this blog post is to wish you all, our dear readers, followers and fellow travel bloggers, Merry Christmas that we hope will be filled with love, amazing food and great people.
Since I moved to Amsterdam, I’ve been recommended to vitis Holland’s biggest Planetarium and a Zoo called the Artis Royal Zoo. For many it’s more like a very remarkable spot where nature, culture, knowledge and pleasure come together.
Amsterdam is a great city for healthy eaters. It is packed with salad bars, smoothie bars and vegetarian and vegan restaurants. If you are planning to explore the city, but you are afraid your healthy diet will be destroyed by deep fried Dutch goodies – there is nothing to worry!
I tried to make my move to Amsterdam as smooth as possible, so I created a checklist which I followed from day 1. You can also do the same to make sure nothing surprises you and you don’t miss anything important!
NEMO is a science center located in Amsterdam at the Oosterdok between the Oosterdokseiland and Kattenburg. It is a nice place to spend an afternoon when visiting the city center.
Dutch healthcare is among one of the best in the world, with people having access to advanced treatments and preventative care during all stages of their lives.
Founded in the late century, Amsterdam’s name originates from a dam on the Amstel River. The city is also often called the “Venice of the North”, due to its many canals.