Things to Do in Amsterdam

By on November 1, 2015

What is it of Amsterdam that catches your attention? With under $25, you are able to enjoy the atmosphere of Amsterdam and just let the enigma of it drift you along.

Bicycle Tour

Bicycle Tour

With $12, you can rent a day bike from Frederic.nl for a whole day from 0900 till 17:30. Ride around the city along the canals and mesh in with the crowds of cyclist. Riding from street to street will give you a good glimpse of the Dutch daily lifestyle in Amsterdam. Netherlands is a cyclist nation; you need not to worry about traffic as they give cyclist the priorities. It’s totally safe for a young one to handle its own bike.

With an extra $10, you can rent for a whole 24 hours exploring the night life of Amsterdam.

Or you could sign up with one of the $25 bike tours that are available with different variation of interest.

Art Tour

Art Tour

For those artsy artists, Amsterdam embraces all kinds of art. Whether it is street art, mural art, paintings, fashion art, comic art, stencil art, video art, really anything that touches the world of art, you are in for a treat. With just $25, you can go on walk tour of Street Arts of Amsterdam. Or you could pay $22 entrance fee for the most famous Van Gogh Museum. One of the generous offers of Amsterdam is you could enter in most of the art galleries for free! Imagine the world of arts to your heart’s content.

Canal Cruise

Canal Cruise

Some of these boat cruises offers $22 cruising in the canal complimentary with a bottle of Dutch beer. For $25, you could go on a harbour cruise. Or if you are seeking for a more romantic scene, $25 night canal cruise with night lights of Amsterdam at your viewing.

Anne Frank Museum

Anne Frank Museum

The famous Jewish Frank family during the World War II, their life pre-war and their hidden lives from the Nazis are detailed in the Anne Frank Museum. Some excerpts from Anne Frank’s diary and the actual belongings and possessions of the Frank family is still in preservation. For those who are interested in the dire strait life of the Dutch people during World War II, this museum for $22 entrance fee is worth a visit.

Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Tour

Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Tour

For $25, you will be taken on a double decker bus that gives a panoramic view of the city of Amsterdam. The tour will give you a sense of bearing along with commentaries as it drives past the attractions and famous places – in the language of your choice!

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