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مدينه جميله وساحره من افضل المدن السياحيه في العالم مطاعم جميله افضل انواع الجبن والبطاطس التجول سهل يوجد طرق عديده للمواصلات افضل المشي او الدراجه يوجد عده انشطه يمكنك عملها عن طريق مكاتب التذاكر لايمكنك حصرها
Amsterdam has a quirky range of public transport, including traditional tram services that work through the city, numerous buses, and an extensive and efficient train service that runs to outer parts of the city and nearby towns. Thanks to the canals, there are also a range of water-based transport options, but the best way to get around is by bike – a firm favourite amongst the locals.
Cons: Asked for a toothbrush, it never arrived. Several plug sockets in the room didn’t work. Spa is very basic, only a sauna available. Breakfast was a bit chaotic with food arranged around an open kitchen – needs improvement.
Drukke stad, mooie plekjes aan het water met gezellige tuintjes naast de grachten. Voor mij is de stad iets te groot.Enorm druk verkeer en fietsers die je gewoon omver rijden als je niet uitkijkt. Amsterdammers zijn wel heel behulpzaam. Openbaar vervoer is goedkoop en gebruiksvriendelijk
From the moment of booking online till leaving the apartment I felt taken care of. I was in contact with Vivian, who takes care of Esther’s apartments. She was quick with her replies to all my questions (I had many…) and also gave me awesome hints and tricks for my first stay in Amsterdam. Vivian was available and very flexible for our check-in time. The apartment itself was clean and made me feel at home. It is an apartment which doesn’t leak of character. Only the floor was pretty cold and I would recommend to future guests to bring warm socks or house shoes. In summertime, one might be happy with the cold. Heating, Wifi, hot water, beds: all perfect. The apartment is perfectly situated for guests who like to spend time in the city centre. Only a 10 minutes walk and you are there and still the road at the apartment is very quiet. The church bells are something different. I didn’t mind but my friend recommends earplugs. I highly recommend this apartment and will book again for the next time. Best regards Kim
The medieval Old Centre with the always busy Dam Square and the tempting Red Light District is the most visited part of Amsterdam. Make sure to stop at Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein, homes to the best nightlife venues.
تقع هذه الضاحية الهادئة بالقرب من واترلوبلاين. وتضم المنطقة بيت الرسام الهولندي رامبرانت ومتحف الارميتاج ومتحف تروبينميوزيوم. كما يمكنك التمتع بالطبيعة في الحدائق النباتية (Hortus Botanicus) وحديقة الحيوان آرتيس. شاهد الفنادق.
Pros: We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Amsterdam and couldn’t have asked for a better hotel. Very comfortable, immaculate, great location, incredibly friendly and professional staff. Would definitely recommend this hotel for pleasure or business trip.
Pros: The location is great, opposite Centraal Railway station and you avoid the added cost and hassle of catching a cab to your hotel. Most tourist spots are within walking distance. Staff was great, they let us check in early and check out late which helped us a great deal.
Originally a working-class neighbourhood, an influx of artists has given Jordaan a bohemian feel, with its narrow streets, charming hofjes (inner courtyards) and independent boutiques and art galleries. On Monday mornings a flea market stretches from Noordermarkt to Westerstraat in the heart of the Jordaan district. View hotels.
Trance music is very popular in the Netherlands and home to some of the scene’s leading talent, including DJs such as Armin van Buuren and Tiesto. Every October, Amsterdam hosts the Amsterdam Dance Event which is one of the biggest electronic music festivals in the world.
Pros: It’s right in the center of things and I had no problem walking to most of the hotspots in the city which was awesome. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Great design of the place as the rooms are pretty stunning. Would def recommend to others
We loved the galleries palace museums and walking along the canals. Also trams were good. Many places did not take cash which was interesting and I booked the art exhibitions on line in advance. In short we loved it all.
De Jordaan is van oorsprong een arbeiderswijk, maar heeft nu een hippe, artistieke sfeer, met smalle straatjes en verborgen hofjes. Er wonen veel kunstenaars, en u vindt er originele design- en modewinkels en galerieën. Op maandagen is er ‘s ochtends de drukbezochte lapjesmarkt op de Noordermarkt en de Westerstraat. Bekijk hotels.
“Just perfect. 4 metro stops from center and station (stop just close to hotel). Nice staff and bar, 2 clubs, restaurant. Breakfast complete and really tasty. Room tiny and comfortable with nice view of the city.”
I’d like to say the apartment was lovely. It was clean and comfortable and had everything we required. It was so much better than staying at a hotel as you feel as if you have a home base which is much more relaxing than a hotel. The location was ideal. Really close to the city centre on the many trams that went past nearby. It was close to a main shopping area where there were supermarkets etc. And to the local market that was there every day (except Sunday) . The local bars and restaurants were extremely friendly and welcoming…as was everywhere we went in the city. I would definitely recommend this apartment for anyone looking in this area and will be looking for availability here next time we visit Amsterdam Thanks again for all your help with my cancelled booking/re-booking Anne-Marie
Hi I had a fantastic stay. The apparent was spacious, warm and even had UK mains adapters in the sockets. Everything I could possibly need was in the flat. First rate accommodation, weed friendly and at a reasonable rate. I’ll definitely be staying here again Graham
Like most major cities Amsterdam is made up of a collection of neighbourhoods, each one with its own personality and selling points. There’s the 9-Straatjes, a small area in the centre that boasts lots of narrow streets lined with quirky shops and cafes. The Centrum is in a similar area and is perhaps the busiest spot in the city. It has a plethora of museums, lively bars, and top-notch shops that are a big hit with tourists and locals. Then there’s De Pijp, which is similar to the 9-Straatjes in appearance but has a lot fewer tourists. This is where you’ll find lots of the markets and local, independent stores. Jordaan is one of the best-loved neighbourhoods in the city, and is home to a lot of young creatives, up-and-coming bars, and street art. NDSM-Werf is similar to Jordaan in that it is hugely creative and is called home by a number of artists, musicians, and students. Then there’s Oud-Zuid, the richer part of the city that caters to expensive tastes and luxury desires.
Amsterdam’s Centraal train station leads directly to the city’s medieval centre, known as De Wallen. Home to the infamous Red Light District as well as Dam Square, this area features a variety of hotel options ranging from hostels and basic hotels to 5-star luxury accommodation.
مدينه رومانسية وحولك القنوات المائيه في كل مكان لكن لا تصلح للاطفال وذلك لعدم وجود سياج حول القنوات او حاجز الا على الجسور!! وانتشار رائحة الحشيش الكريهة في الاسواق والكافيهات وذلك لانه مسموح في هولندا.. وكذالك ترى المتعاطين في الكافيهات يتعاطونه ولكن بنِسَب محدده..
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Pros: Bar and eating area were cool to hang and chill. The beds were a bit firm but I did not mind. Having to keep riding the ferry was a bit much but if you factor that into your commute you should be good. Currently there is a ton of construction on all sides which hindered me finding it the first time but once I found the bridge I was good.
Amsterdam has a thriving and diverse nightlife that attracts many tourists. In addition to the traditional bars serving beer and snacks, there are various nightclubs around the city, such as the Escape, Club Home, and Panama. For a safe and quick journey we have a wide range of hotels in Amsterdam city centre that will make your nights out less complicated.
there were only 4 cups and 5 glasses with one to chip. The vesicle lava door was held with tape. the full under the cuissine too. One of the shower had no fitting and was leaking a lot. No calves, no double bed and especially no bed at the same height to make a double bed. On the gas stove only one plate out of 4 was functional. The WIFI did not work either and it did not work out of the week despite a trip to the agency.
Cons: Small room, tiny bathroom Room unclean, dirty carpet: when we first came into the room, there was a bit of paper on the floor. It was not hidden or difficult to get. I left it there on purpose and it stayed there for three days. It was finally removed (vacuumed?)
This little hotel is situated in an authentic monumental Canal House. In this building on the Prinsengracht with a view over one of the most beautiful canals you are in the heart of Amsterdam, only a 5-minute walk from Rembrandt Square. The ITC Hotel has basic rooms with free Wifi, a few have a great view over the canals.
The apt was fully equipped with beautiful artwork and a lovely fresh bouquet of flowers. Those nice touches made it feel like home. Host was welcoming and provided a great deal of info re transits, etc.
The Quentin England Hotel is housed in an 18th century building, opposite the Vondelpark and just a 7 minute walk from the Rijksmuseum and van Gogh Museum. The hotel’s facilities include free wifi, a 24-hour reception, a private garden with a terrace, and continental breakfasts are available. The smart rooms feature free wifi, flat-screen TVs, and desks.
الوصف يقع موتيل وان أمستردام-ووترلوبلين في أمستردام وضمن مسافة 500 متر من مسرح الباليه والأوبرا الهولندية الوطنية و900 متر من ساحة رمبرانت ويوفر بار وغرف مع خدمة الواي فاي المجانية، كما يقع مكان الإقامة هذا…
ClinkNOORD – Hostel puts you within a 15-minute drive of Nemo Science Museum and Hortus Botanicus. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Also, Stopera and National Maritime Museum are within a short drive.
Amsterdam’s 17th century canals run through the heart of the city and have been awarded World Heritage status. Lined by iconic, narrow buildings and home to many sleepy houseboats, a stroll along the maze of canals is a pleasant attraction in itself. When you need to relax, there’s always a café nearby. A combination of pub and cafe, ‘brown cafes’, as they are called, have an intimate, cosy atmosphere and serve a range of traditional drinks and snacks.
An indulgent stay at Sofitel Legend the Grand Amsterdam comes with spa services spread across two floors, as well as access to the swimming pool, hammam, sauna and fitness rooms. Meanwhile, the spa at Hotel Okura Amsterdam in the De Pijp neighbourhood features a Japanese twist with bamboo and shiatsu massage treatments and a tea lounge.
The house is very comfortable, has everything you need for a short or long stay, everything was clean. We were 2 couples, and we had a really nice stay at Brazil apartment. The hostess is very helpful and very kind too 🙂 Recommend!
Pros: Three adults, including myself, stayed here a day before and after a cruise. The hotel was a great price and offered three single beds and a very large bathroom. Being from the U.S. with limited public transportation where I live, I did not realize that the tram is different than the train. We thought we could take the tram to and from the airport and port, but you need to take a taxi, so that was a little disappointing. The tram is an excellent way to get downtown, though. You pay right on the tram, 7.50 Euros for 24 hours. The staff was extremely helpful in giving directions regarding navigating the city and helping answer a variety of questions. They even ordered taxi pick up for us.
The Anne Frank House is where the young Jewish girl, Anne Frank, and her family hid from the Nazis during the war and where she also wrote her famous diary of the ordeal. Today, the house is a museum dedicated to her memory with the original diary, photographs and personal possessions on display.
Accommodation in Amsterdam comes in a wide variety – from luxury landmark hotels to cozy boutique hotels overlooking the canal. Groups of travellers and families may appreciate self-catering apartments or bed and breakfast, while people a on budget may look for cheap hotels and hostels. It’s perhaps best to choose based on either price level or location.
Hostels are cheap Amsterdam accommodation option where a number of people share one room or a dorm. Cheap hostels are a good alternative for those on a budget, but offer less privacy. They are mostly visited by students and backpackers, thus are popular places to meet fellow travellers. Most of the youth hostels are situated in the city centre and the prices vary from 17 to 30 euros per person. There are also smoking allowed hostels equipped with smoking room.
With its liberal attitude towards sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll Amsterdam has become a firm favourite with stag parties, hen do’s, and students. It’s not all red lights and coffee shops, however. The capital of the Netherlands is home to hundreds of museums and art galleries, colourful flower markets, sprawling parks and quaint cobbled streets. A wide array of independent shops, flea markets and vintage boutiques makes it a dream destination for fashionistas and hipsters.
Situated on Dam Square and offering views of the Royal Palace, the 5-star NH Collection Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky is an elegant choice. A short walk away, the 4-star Radisson Blu Hotel, Amsterdam, cleverly merges contemporary design with the historical architecture of 18th century merchant houses.
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