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Best things to do in Amsterdam

De 9 Straatjes

Amsterdams 9 ‘Straatjes’ is the perfect place to go if you love to go shopping away from the big malls. 9 Straatjes is a quarter full of cozy and narrow roads, winding alleys facing the canal and leaning buildings. A wonderful quarter in which craftsmen settled down in the 17 th century.

Today you will stumble upon many greta museums, like the tulipmuseum, the biblemuseum, the cheesemuseum or the world famous Anne Frank Museum.

www.de9straatjes.nl

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Heineken Experience

The Heineken Brewery is located in the centre of Amsterdam but it is NOT ‘a regular museum’ as the guides won’t get tired to mention, although you will learn a lot about the whole process of brewing beer while visiting. But walking through the ‘Heineken Experience’ feels more like joining a party. For the price of 18 € visitors will enjoy a very interactive walking tour, have some fun photo sessions, will be able to lay hands on the ingredients and will even see the famous brewery horses which still deliver beerbarrels to the bars in Amsterdam. In the end you will be led into a multimedia-room for a very special short movie. Perfect to make you look forward to the 2 beer that are included in the entrance fee and you may enjoy them at the Heineken Experience bar.

www.heineken.com
Heineken Brand Store
Amstelstraat 31
Amsterdam

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Albert Cuyp Markt

The Albert Cuyp Market is not only the biggest daily market in Amsterdam, it is also the biggest open air market in Europe! Located right in the heart of the de Pijp quarter, hundreds of vendors sell a huge selection of tropical fruits, interieur equipment, books or clothes. A wonderful opportunity to explore fancy de Pijp and to spend the day.

www.albertcuypmarkt.nl

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You can also discover our modern hotels in Amsterdam!

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