Things to Do in The Netherlands

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Within walking distance of Amsterdam’s central station train depot, AmsterBike is conveniently located with options for product rental or full... Read More

Great for sports fans, the Arena is the home of Ajax, the legendary Amsterdam football team. Tours of the stadium give you an insider's view and bring... Read More

A visit to the house and secret annex where Anne Frank and her family hid for two years during the Holocaust is a deeply moving experience. Plan ahead;... Read More

Although predominantly known for its cutting edge furniture and home decor, Anno Design also offers practical pieces that have wider, more cost... Read More

Stefan Lehner's home and workshop is located on one of the prettiest canals in Utrecht. Lehner doesn't sell his pieces in stores. He works on private... Read More

Licensed massage therapists offer 10- or 20-minute fully clothed chair massages; or you can wrap yourself in a waterproof blanket for an aqua massage.... Read More

Stationed within the Dylan Hotel, this elegant, brasserie-style bar is a popular spot for lunch, dinner, and business meetings over cocktails. The space... Read More

Dating back to 1307, this quiet courtyard was once home to the lay sisterhood, the Beguines - women who lived a religious life but without taking vows.... Read More

In its prime, this world-class jazz venue has hosted Charles Mingus, Archie Shepp and Chet Baker. These days, it forms part of the wonderful... Read More

Summer’s mild days see chic Amsterdammers decamping for one of the many long, sandy beaches nearby: of these, Bloemendaal is far and away the... Read More

This floating flower market is always filled with people, who come for the experience, colors, and fragrances, even if shopping isn’t on the... Read More

Boom Chicago's comedy shows are a humorous look at all things Dutch and international. Funny and fast-paced, this comedy shop's always worth a visit,... Read More

This whitewash-and-brick building at Rozengracht and Marnixstraat sports a tall, skinny sign with “Sound Garden” in vertical letters,... Read More

Considered one of the world's great concert halls thanks to its impeccable acoustics, the Concertgebouw is also an architectural gem. Over 900 concerts... Read More

Amsterdam has a longstanding history in the diamond trade, in which Coster's has played a major part. Founded 175 years ago, today it offers a free tour... Read More

The bakery is filled with scrap-wood furniture of Piet Hein Eek. Come in for freshly baked breads, homemade cakes, and jars of jam. Read More

Don the walking shoes, pack a camera, and line up behind a guide to ascend the country’s most sky-scraping church tower. A symbol of Amsterdam,... Read More

Droog sells functional, everyday household items with unusual designs—including accessories, lighting, furniture and studio work—all of... Read More

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