How much cost a train ticket to Colone Germany?
Do you know when is the schiphol airport duty free closing please?
I would like to buy fragrence but I'm affraid it'll be clises when I get there.
I am having trouble purchasing tickets through the website. I have tried 3 browsers and to no avail. It says there are tickets available, however, it will not allow me to select the time slot and number of people. Anyone else have this problem or a resolution??
I read on a website that Stubbe's Haring has closed. Did it close or did it move to another location?
I really look forward to eating herring in Amsterdam.
We would like to be able to walk the city and also be located near mass transit. What hotel do you recommend?
Hi experts, we (me & my wife) we have 4 days from next Thursday till Sunday, we live in Holland and want to go for vacations, anyone has any suggestions? as we don't want to travel a lot but enjoy our time, relaxing and sightseeing.
Hi we are 5 friends traveling to Amsterdam for the first time. Where should we stay and few good places to eat and visit if you could recommend? We are planning to spend 3 nights in Amsterdam.. Is it fine or should it be more or less?
Does anyone know of a good place in central Amsterdam that serves a savory (not sweet) buckwheat pannenkoeken?
Arriving @ Schipol at 21:30, I will need 400 euros that night to pay for lodging. I'm staying in a private home for 4 nights and the host has requested cash on arrival. I'm guessing that any airport bank would be closed. I have an ATM card, but I don't know if a withdrawal of that amount is allowed.
Dear friends, please advice any unusual restaurants with local food in Amsterdam. Do you know any special?
He there....does anyone know a website where I can get cheap rooms ....I am.travelling 18 to 20 June. ....my friend has let me down so I will be travelling alone.....thanks.....
Hi. I want to study interior design in Asmterdam, so I wanna know which is the best design school in Amsterdam or near Amsterdam?
Visited Amsterdam in 2004 but alone, little bit familiar with the city. I July 2016 travelling with family (3 kids, 11, 8 &4). Therefore need accurate information about hotel, Halal food, attractions and Mosque. I need help on following points:
1. Cheap accommodation in city center. Independent room with breakfast
2. Halal (Muslim) food places, not luxury places.
3. Location of Mosque
4. Tourist attractions like: windmills, landscapes, any attraction for kids, any ferry tour of the city.
Where do they depart from?
Can I get tramadol 50mg tabs over the counter. I arrived today and noticed I forgot my meds.im going to be here for 3 weeks so need my meds. I have a copy of my irish prescription. What do I do next. Pls help
Where in Amsterdam , you can safely park your car? Are there safe car parks?
I'm planning a short trip for one day.
My husband and I (in our early 30`s) are arriving in Amsterdam 11/05-16/05, 4 full days.
We have been in Amsterdam once, and visited Van Gogh, Rijkmuseum, Heineken Experience, Anne Frank House and Madamme Tussauds.
One day I want to be dedicated to shopping and I was wondering which day would be the best and not too crowded (THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY OR MONDAY?)
What would you reccomend us to do? What to do and not to miss?
Last question! We are celebrating our anniversary and I want to reserve a special dinner for the 2
I want a special and cool place; something different :D
Your help will help us a lot!
Hey y'all---been awhile since I checked in at VT---my wife (who I met because she read some of my Adam reviews on VT!) and I are finally coming back together for a visit----got a great houseboat for 9 nights and hoping for some good
weather during the last week of May---We want to take the 10 euro bus from Central Station north as one of our day trips (that's still an option correct?)Also want to take the train to Zanvoort area if warm enough for a beach visit...
Staying on the Prinsengracht close to Harlemerstraat----any specifically good places to eat close to that?
Saw a question about Texel that sounded interesting but maybe too far away for a day trip? VT reviewers are the best!
This used to be easy to do online, but seemingly not-so-much anymore.
If anyone has a link to the place on the GVB site where I can punch in my sixteen numbers to check my balance, that will be most appreciated.
I will be in Amsterdam on May 4th and 5th, and was wondering what a tourist should do on those days. So I looked things up and came to the following conclusions - and questions:
May 4th - Remembrance Day:
The place to be (or try to be, due to the crowds!) is the main memorial ceremony at 20:00. There isn't much else for the tourist. Another couple of things I noticed:
(1) The "Silent March" led by the mayor of Amsterdam, from Dam Square (17:45) to Museumplein.
(2) Open Jewish houses, where stories are related about the war period. However, it isn't clear to me whether this is only in Dutch or there are some locations in which the stories are told in English. If there are stories in English, where do you suggest I go?
May 5th - Liberation Day:
The general impression I get is to just walk around the center of town (from what time?) and one will 'bump into' all sorts of festivities. Should I concentrate on a specific area?
And, of course, the (free) Amstel concert at 21:00. Exactly where along the Amstel will it be? In the Magere Brug area only? Or all along the river?
I have been to Amsterdam twice before. Last year I stayed at a hotel in the museum quarter which was not great, but not terrible either. The location was absolutely perfect. I will love to stay there again, but would not be able to afford it because of our currency being very poor lately. I looked into hotels near the airport which are much more affordable. I am trying to compare total cost, taking daily transport into the city into account. I normally use the 197 airport bus which is much more convenient than the train. Can anyone give me advise on this.
Is anyone going to amsterdam this weekend?
What are the best spots (quality and Price) to buy traditional dutch delftware products in Amsterdam and belgian laces in Bruges?
Whats the best way to get to Brussels to Bruges?
I will be immigrating to Ireland in June and will travel from South Africa to Dublin via Amsterdam. I was wondering if 7 hours would be enough to see some of the city, and would it be wise leaving the airport concidering time needed to board our plane to Dublin.
My son has a European passport, and my Schengen Visa is valid till 2017, so I'm hoping it not be a problem leaving the airport and coming back in!
We are scheduled to fly from BWI (Maryland) at 21:30 pm and arrive April 20th at Heathrow at 10 am. Then we fly from Heathrow to Amsterdam 13:30 to 15:30. I figure unless we can hop on an earlier flight (for extra money) we won't get checked in to the hotel until at least 16:00. Normally what I do is try to do something outside and have an early dinner and then crash. But if I do that and have dinner at 17:15 or so, I won't see anything at all of Amsterdam. I was thinking about doing the 2000 evening cruise, but not sure Bob will stay awake. Also it looks like they won't be going through the Red Light district until June. I don't know if we should do a dinner cruise and visit the Rijksmuseum (which I have not been to since I was 12) or if that would be too much to try. Or we might just go to Dam Square and visit the Royal Palace (which I don't think I have visited) and maybe shop. I'd like to buy a small sapphire and diamond ring for my granddaughters 16th birthday so I want a good quality stone, but nothing huge and ostentatious.
We are visiting Van Gogh museum and after we will go to Volendam Park. Is there a restaurant nearby to eat someting for lunch or have a quick snack?
What time the sun sets at 7th of April?
Thank in advance
My son is visiting Amsterdam with his girlfriend and another couple, during the visit, is his girlfriend birthday, so he would like to take her to a nice dinner, but as both are students he can't afford very expensive restaurant for the occasion and let's face it Amsterdam can be very expensive .
Can anybody of you lovely ppl suggest restaurant with good food and bit of romantic setting for somebody on the budget?
I'm going to Amsterdam in May and I'm interested in short hikes or national parks that can be visited by public transportation from the city. I love the outdoors, and finally on my third visit to this beautiful city I plan to experience some nature.
Any information and advice would be greatly appreciated!!!
We are a family of 2 adults, 2 seniors and 2 children (13 and 8). Have been trying to book tickets on DB Bahn website from Amsterdam to Berlin. Not able to succeed, as the number of passengers are restricted to 5 and clicking the other options takes it to another screen where a group of 6 including 2 children also is not working...
Any suggestions as we will need more tickets later through DB Bahn...cannot seem to solve this puzzle...