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2 days in Amsterdam

August 21, 2016

Amsterdam Bucket List

Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands known for its beautiful canals and narrow houses. There is plenty to see and do, below is a list of what I did during my visit.

  • Take a photo with the I amsterdam sign
  • Walk or cycle around the canals 
  • Anne Frank Huis – try and book in advance otherwise you’ll be queuing for hours. Check online or try refreshing page around 10am as new tickets become available then, you can buy tickets here.
  • Eat patatje oorlog – a mixture of chips, onions, satay sauce and mayonnaise, tastes better than it looks!

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  • Visit Rijksmuseum – massive art museum with a beautiful library.
  • Try Stroopwafel – two thin waffels stuck together with caramal syrup.
  • Free walking tour – great way to learn about the history of Amsterdam
  • Stroll through Vondelpark – a beautiful park great for reading or having a picnic.
  • Walk through streets of Jordaan – full of small boutiques, cafes and vintage shops

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I had an amazing time in Amsterdam its so beautiful, below are some things I want to do next time I visit.

  • Boat ride along canals
  • See the Tulip fields in April about 30 mins from Amsterdam
  • House of Bols – cocktail experience, there is also the Heineken experience if you prefer beer

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5 Comments

  • Reply vinneve September 10, 2016 at 6:19 pm

    I really want to see this place someday! 🙂

  • Reply equinoxio21 October 20, 2016 at 11:05 pm

    Amsterdam is a nice place, especially in the summer. 😉

  • Reply Spence's Girl October 29, 2016 at 6:28 pm

    I adore Amsterdam – one of my most favorite places in the world and I hope to return. Loved your post and am going to follow you – travel is one of my most favorite things to do!

  • Reply travelczar January 10, 2017 at 8:40 am

    Aww Jess these tips are great. I am visiting Amsterdam later this year!

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