A canal tour is a classic Amsterdam experience that you shouldn’t miss. Cruising through the historic canals is the best way to see all the impressive landmarks of the city. If a trip to Amsterdam is a hamburger, a canal tour is the ketchup. It’s the special ingredient that completes the whole experience.
Most visitors to Amsterdam know very little about Dutch food before they arrive. Depending on where they’re from, they may have tried some rubbery imitation Gouda or Edam cheese, or they might be under the illusion that everyone eats hash brownies for breakfast. Luckily, neither of these are the reality. And while Dutch food is still pretty undiscovered internationally, this only makes it more of an adventure for the first time visitor to try it… So if you’re coming to Amsterdam, here are 5 foods you simply can’t leave without trying.
Hohensalzburg castle towers high above the city of Salzburg. During its centuries-old history it was not captured once. These days, it prefers to let in guests and besiegers voluntarily, albeit, unfortunately, not free of charge. There are many ways up to the castle.
There is actually a lot to see and to do in the wonderful Milan – gastronomic and cultural, even for the children.
Hamburg is famous for its fish market. Every Sunday it attracts thousands of visitors. Here you can find fish in every variation. And there’s also plenty of stuff to see and buy around the fish stalls. Unfortunately though, not every day is Sunday, but given that one fish roll – at the very least – is a must for a large number of tourists in Hamburg.
Working as a familytravelblogger based in Cologne I have already visited many capital cities all around the world with kids. London, Washington DC or Oslo. But our own, Berlin, was missing on
The screech of the seagull, the gentle lapping of the waves of the Elbe and a fresh breeze on the face – that’s Hamburg in its ideal form
With more than 7,000 officially recognized historical buildings and monuments, Amsterdam is a city with a rich history and countless stories to tell. Just take a walk in the city centre and its historical heritage will unveil to you step by step.
The old saying goes, ‘Not even a lifetime would be enough to get to know Rome’ and it’s true.
Amsterdam, commonly referred to as the Venice of the North, is the cultural, financial and creative centre of the Netherlands.