A two-day break
Two days is the perfect amount of time to capture Amsterdam's relaxed and culturally exciting, vibe. Hire a bike at Ajaxbike near the Di Pijp area, stop off at a coffee shop or visit the Heineken Experience nearby: all that pedalling deserves a reward! For a historical trip, visit the Anne Frank house situated on the cusp of the charming, De Negen Straatjes, meaning, The Nine Streets which is bursting with hidden boutiques and delicious eateries to wander through after. With Campanile Amsterdam Zuidoost Hotel so close, you’re guaranteed to make the most of even the shortest visits.
A week-long stay
With so much culture and stunning architecture to see, a week’s stay will satisfy the keenest art goers. Visit the Van Gogh museum to see the stunning ‘Sunflowers’ up close. And afterwards cycle ot take a tram ride over to Vondelpark: one Amsterdam’s biggest and most vibrant parks. Enjoy a picnic or a stop off in one of its many cafes and bars inside. For captivating architecture visit, the Eastern Docklands for contemporary inspiration. And by contrast, the Museum Het Schip's quintessentially Dutch architecture, designed by Michel de Klerk, will make you fall head-over-heels in love with this city, if you haven't already.
A family holiday
Bike tours are a fun and safe way to explore the city for all the family. Companies like Mike’s Bike Tours put on both city and country bike tours. So whether you want to see Amsterdam’s urban sights or ride along the river Amstel, a guided tour will make sure your family doesn't miss a thing. With so many sights surrounding Amsterdam, why not take a family excursion? Take a bus to the Keukenhof Gardens in Lisse, between March and May, and travel through a spectacular display of Amsterdam’s finest tulip fields. Or board a ferry by Central station to any one of their family-friendly Islands.