Europe’s most popular tourist destination, Amsterdam capital of Netherlands, this city has much to offer. A rich history, Canal system, brick building and narrow houses. You can walk on the sidewalks by foot or you can roam around on bike which is more popular and explore the beauty of this city with some delicious food and beer.
Things to do for Day 1:
Exploring Amsterdam is great fun, Amsterdam has 150 canals, whether you are walking on the streets or exploring this city by canal cruise, so start your first day with canal cruise which is popular in Amsterdam this is the best thing to enjoy and capture pictures of this beautiful city. Here you will explore wonderful 17th-century architecture.
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After the canal cruise ride, next thing is to go and walk around the hip Jordaan area here you can do a food tour, you can have some Dutch favorite bites, mini pancakes to apple cake, to cheese.
After having some delightful cakes, start a bike tour, explore Amsterdam on bkie enjoy highlights of Museumplein and Vondelpark, if you are done with biking and if you want to learn history more in-depth so learn about the life of Anne Frank. You will learn about the fascinating stories of Jewish quarter and the 2nd World war.
End your first day with a visit up to the A’DAM Lookout Observation Deck. Enjoy a sundowner drink as you see Amsterdam below with a 360-degree view from your viewpoint on the 20th floor.
After walking on the streets and exploring, it’s time to ascertain Amsterdam below 360-degree from the 20th floor of the A’DAM Lookout Observation Deck. And end your first day with dinner during a comfy restaurant of Jordaan area, for bar-hopping go the hip De Piip area.
Things to do for Day 2:
Today is all about exploring and know about art, food, beer, and even Jewelry. First thing to do is to visit Van Gogh Museum, here you will see the famous Dutch artist masterpieces collection which is world’s largest collection. Right now you are in the Museumplein area, so you can also visit Rijksmuseum too. Houses are the work of Dutch masters such as Vermeer and Rembrandt, and the building itself is the grand architecture of the Renaissance period and Gothic styles.
So you start your day by exploring museums and art, and if you haven’t stop for food, which we recommend you to take a break and try delicious pancakes, French fries (Frites), or waffles, and you can also learn about the cheese manufacturing and taste their cheeses and beer which is locally produce in Netherlands.
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Now it’s time to learn about the history of stunning diamond artifacts, this city is famous because of its diamond-polishing history, you can go on a tour of private diamond factor to explore how the master craftsmens working on diamonds and jewelry.
After exploring streets, stunning museums and tried delicious food you must be Thirsty so take a deep dive and experience Heineken beer which is popular around the world, here you will learn about the brewing techniques, about its history and new innovations at Heineken by having a full glass of delicious good stuff.
End your Amsterdam 48-hours trip with an evening canal cruise ride. If your planning trip in spring, Keukenhof Gardens is a must visit here you see over 7 million tulips it’s a once-in-a-lifetime experience, this 32 hectares garden welcomes you with rainbow colors and beautifully designed floral work, it’s a perfect for a day trip.