Tips and Articles for Amsterdam

Lyndsey Matthews

This story originally appeared on BusinessInsider.com. Tamina Koehne-Drube was a solicitor at King & Wood Mallesons in Canberra and Hong Kong. She... Read More

This story originally appeared on Fortune.com.Some brands have their fans—and then they have their superfans. Apple has legions of fanboys (and fangirls... Read More

Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants is opening its first property in Europe on Monday in Amsterdam’s busy Palace Quarter neighborhood in the city... Read More

Get ready to spend the summer abroad. There are flights to major cities all across Europe on sale for as little as $304 round-trip.Scott’s Cheap... Read More

When you tell fellow travelers you’re flying with Ryanair, most do not react with envy. However, one of the low-cost carrier’s pilots is changing minds... Read More

If you’re already planning to take a trip to Europe this summer, you may want to stop and rethink how you’ll get there.Icelandair announced Thursday it... Read More

Thanks to airlines that offer free stopovers, you can explore two cities for the price of one.Instead of having customers wait for connecting flights at... Read More

No one was injured when a Flybe plane crash landed at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam on Thursday afternoon, although the video footage of the incident is... Read More

Mellow Yellow, which opened in 1967, and 27 other cannabis cafes in Amsterdam closed on Sunday due to a new law that prohibits the shops within 820... Read More

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will begin serving beer on tap at 35,000 feet next month.After years of development and experimentation with high altitudes and... Read More

This story originally appeared on FWx.com Amsterdam has a reputation as an “anything goes” sort of city. But now, that free-for-all no longer includes... Read More

Amsterdam Get 33 percent off from INK Hotel Amsterdam - MGallery Collection, which boasts 149 bohemian-chic rooms in the former office of a... Read More

San Francisco-based travelers, rejoice! Today, The Airfare Spot found five amazingly low fare deals to destinations across Europe. All of the trips... Read More

It may be Friday the 13th, but this deal is nothing short of good luck (if you’re in college, anyway). According to the Airfare Spot, Student Universe... Read More

The ConceptA cross between the Ace Hotel and Soho House, it’s got great prices and an impossible-to-beat location on the Herengracht canal—along with a... Read More

The ConceptFive historic rowhouses, adjoined and beautifully preserved, on the tony Herengracht canal—including a two-Michelin star restaurant and one... Read More

For the First-timerSpend an hour or two with the Dutch masters (Rembrandt, Vermeer, Hals) in the department of 17th-century Golden Age art. Then see the... Read More

The city of Amsterdam is perhaps best known for the curb appeal of its canal-side rowhouses, springtime tulips, and abundance of bikes. It’s got no... Read More

With its numerous canals and bridges and stately lost-in-time architecture, Amsterdam gives Venice a run for its money as a Valentine’s Day location.... Read More

Take advantage of Amsterdam’s great rail connections and jump on a train for a short but sweet break from the city. Try a different Dutch city, or brave... Read More

It’s an easy place to overindulge, but the good news is that Amsterdam has plenty of options for getting healthy to help you recover. Here are a few of... Read More

It’s no secret why certain sights become famous, and their perennial crowds underscore their enduring allure. But every once in a while, it’s worth... Read More

There’s nowhere quite like Amsterdam on New Year’s Eve (or Oud en Nieuw, as they call it here). The whole city erupts into a gigantic, riotous street... Read More

Everybody has those iconic vacation photos posing by major attractions the world over—jumping in front of a famous sky-high landmark, balancing in tree... Read More

From the Van Gogh Museum to the Anne Frank House, Amsterdam has its share of blockbuster attractions—but there are plenty of lesser-known, and frankly... Read More

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