Amsterdam has more than its fair share of culture, art and history but what if you’re cultured out, coffee shop weary and can’t face another Stroopwafel? I’ve put together a list of six cool and quirky things to do in Amsterdam.
The Red Light District area of De Wallen is actually one of the oldest and prettiest areas of Amsterdam but along with the city’s cafes, it has an altogether different side…
A guide to Amsterdam sightseeing on a budget – a list of free or nearly-free sightseeing highlights in the city with a handy map to guide you around.
A stroll along Amsterdam’s canals taking in the pretty gabled merchant houses, their history and why so many are tilted to extraordinary degrees.
Amsterdam is a city of history, architecture, art and, of course, an infamous edgy side, but what I enjoyed most were the pretty leaf-lined canals crisscrossed with curvy little bridges, edged with cobblestone streets and leaning gabled houses.