Hire A Private Jet To Amsterdam
Take a private jet to Amsterdam which is often called the ‘Venice of the North’, Amsterdam offers many amazing sights and experiences to every tourist. With many delightful local restaurants, laid-back bars and world-class museums, Amsterdam has been a tourist destination for many years. There is never a shortage of places to explore and of things to do in Amsterdam.
If you think that you would find Golden Age canals and tilting gabled buildings thrilling, then perhaps Amsterdam is the place to visit. Filled with vintage shops, design scenes and bicycles all over the city, Amsterdam is definitely a gem of its own.
Things To Do In Amsterdam
Amsterdam is the home of Europe’s best museums and galleries. With the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum in the Museum Square, you will be amazed by the large variety of masterpieces. What is more, Van Gogh Museum holds over 200 paintings and 500 drawings and letters from Van Gogh which is the largest artist’s collection of work in the world.
Amsterdam is known for its festival culture and there’s always something going on in this spectacular city. During Kings Day on the 27th of April, you will be able to experience colourful street parties, markets, stalls and other forms of entertainment in the city. Before your visit, check the schedule for the festivals so you don’t miss out.
For lovers of flowers, there is so much more to see in Amsterdam. The tulip is the national flower of the Netherlands, you can expect to see them everywhere. A famous flower show runs between March and May just 30 minutes away from the city of Keukenhof. If you want to see an annual tulip display which takes place between July and September, you can visit Tulip Island in Vondelpark.
There’s always something going on in the canal of Amsterdam. You can take a standard canal cruise on a traditional canal boat, as well as hire a canal bike or hire your own mini boat for the day to explore the hidden parts of the city.
Places To Stay In Amsterdam
The Hotel Okura Amsterdam was built in 1971 which was initially a combination of a Barometer and a hotel. The hotel itself is located in the De Piip district, which is a trendy location of the Amsterdam city. The Okura is right next to the business district and the Amsterdam World Trade centre, which is a perfect location for travellers for business and leisure. The hotel features two Michelin-starred restaurants, Ciel Bleu which is on the top floor and Yamazato which is on the ground floor.
Conservatorium Hotel is located at Museum Square and is within a walking distance to some of the best attractions and museums such as Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum and Vondelpark. The city canals are just a few minutes away. The location allows you to enjoy the city’s attractions and shopping opportunities to the fullest. Also, the suites of the hotel offer a spectacular view of the city, featuring large windows with wooden beams. Finally, a spacious lobby and an outstanding concierge service will make your stay comfortable, reliable and entertaining.
InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam hotel is located on the banks of the Amstel river and this luxurious 5-star hotels offers spectacular views of the city. Founded in 1867, this hotel hasn’t stopped impressing its guests with aesthetics, design and outstanding service. Indeed, it has resulted in the hotel keeping its reputation and prestige ever since. The high-vaulted ceilings in the lobby, as well as the large staircase and aesthetic chandeliers will definitely catch your eye once you walk into this gem.
Sofitel Legend the Grand Amsterdam hotel is located in the heart of the city, surrounded by high-end shops and right next to the Amsterdam’s most popular shopping centre. The history of the hotel goes back to the 15th century and the aesthetics of this monumental building have been preserved since then. In addition, it includes carved wooden door frames and stained glass windows. Throughout the years, the hotel has been renovated to a more contemporary style and decorated with modern pieces of art. The rooms are spacious, cosy and consisting of rain showers too.