Must do’s

Camping around Amsterdam

Let’s go Camping! Holidays are almost here and there is no better way to spend them close to your home but in a beautiful natural surrounding. There are plenty of camping areas around Amsterdam and probably one really close to you as well.

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Zevenlandenhuizen - France - Spain

7 Countries in One Amsterdam – Zevenlandenhuizen

The desire to venture far into the world has always been a huge theme for the Dutch. And one of the very best examples, you’ll find in the heart of Amsterdam next to the Vondel park in Amsterdam – the exotic “Seven-country-house” (Zevenlandenhuizen). The architect Tjeerd Kuipers (1857-1942), who has more than 50 churches under […]

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Amsterdam Tulip Festival 2019 and More!

From the 16th century to the present, a flower so beloved that it caused an economic crisis, the Dutch and the tulips certainly have a complicated relationship. Every early spring in Amsterdam, the city hosts an all around tulip festival. This year, the theme of the festival is “for every Dutchman a tulip”. We disagree, […]

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NDSM – Amsterdam’s Creative Outpost

If the museum square (Museumplein) represents the glory of Dutch art, then the fast evolving NDSM at Amsterdam North would be her contemporary, unruly sister1. This is the optimal corner for you to watch the city’s art scene unfold. NDSM stands for “Nederlandsche Dok en Scheepsbouw Maatschappij“, or the Netherlands dock and shipbuilding company. It’s a […]

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Bites on the Street | Amsterdam Food & Drinks Bike Tour

The Dutch cuisine is like the Dutch culture itself — a hotchpotch of all the goodies. And we deep fried it! The vibrant daily life in Amsterdam has a vibrant street food culture to match. And our very own Food & Drinks Bike Tour focuses on exactly that! Here, I’ll give you a sneak peek: […]

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Come, Feel Amsterdam on Our Bike Tour

Why book a bike tour with Amsterdam Travel Cafe?           Bikes, Amsterdammers, sunshine (okay only half the time), 16th century canals, 400-year-old hofjes, 1900s De Stijl, we have everything here, everything. It’s not just a city of weed, mushroom and red light districts. That’s just the appetizer. This is a city of bustling commerce, ground […]

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The best things to do in Amsterdam when it’s cold

It’s freezing cold outside and raining cats and dogs. Yes, it’s low season in tourist-land, but never boring. Still, lots to do in Amsterdam! Being a tour company running our tours mostly outside we have to be patient till the beginning of spring break next month! What can we suggest outside of bike tours- and […]

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Food and drinks by bike in Amsterdam

Food and drinks by bike  If you are coming to Amsterdam you know what To expect. Canals, bridges, bikes and cheese but we have so much more to offer. Especially for those people that want to see other things than the centre, hear other stories and especially taste something else than what you already know […]

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Kingsday in Amsterdam

Kingsday in Amsterdam!

Kingsday, April 27th is for two years the most popular date in the Dutch agenda. A street event which seems to grow annually and is worth planning a visit around. Special club nights and parties are held both the night before and the night after. However, to gain entree you’ll need to book in advance, […]

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Amsterdam has a wide range of museums. Whatever you might look for, from historical art to contemporary art, from colonial history to photography, everything is represented.  Below are some interesting museums: Amsterdam MuseumNieuwezijds Voorburgwal 359, 1012 RM Amsterdam RijksmuseumMuseumstraat 1, 1071 XX Amsterdam Van Gogh MuseumMuseumplein 6, 1071 DJ Amsterdam Anne Frank HousePrinsengracht 263-267, 1016 […]

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