What’s going on in Amsterdam

| Near Central Station

De Ruyterkade 127

Do like the Dutch do and get yourself a bike for your stay in Amsterdam. Fast, easy and environmentally friendly. Ask for a tour map to explore the countryside around Amsterdam, e.g. taking the ferry to the other side behind Central Station and bike along Nieuwendammerdijk en Schellingwouderdijk.

| Near Anne Frank House

Leliegracht 51

A small and friendly canal touring company called Boathouse offers a variety of canal tours, dinner cruises and very interesting walking tours, showing you hidden treasures like the 'hofjes' (courtyards) that even many Amsterdammers haven't seen.

| Near Central Station

Stationsplein 10

Unlimited travel within Amsterdam on public transport: Tram, Metro and Bus. You can purchase the pass at GVB outside Central Station.

| All over town

Very special taxi services: with bikes! Order it in advance for a special occasion or haul one in the street. You'll find plenty around, particularly in summer.

| Dam Sqaure

Tour the city in a horse and carriage. Order them in advance, or check whether they are available at Dam Square.

Canal biking is the ultimate way to enjoy the canals, even though it does require quite a bit of physical exercise. But then: you are completely undisturbed by the traffic and have a different perspective of the city. Pick one up at e.g. Leidseplein.

Vertrekpassage 259

A spectacular cruise through the canals of Amsterdam with an amphibious bus! The bus starts at Schiphol Airport and then splashes into the water near the Nemo museum.

| All over town

GPS navigation for your walking and biking tours through Amsterdam, loaded with nice bars, coffee shops, restaurants, monuments, shops, museums, etc.

| Canal Area

Make your canal cruise extra special by doing a dinner cruise. There are options from simple Pizza Cruises to a romantic Candle Light Cruise.