Amsterdam Online Guide
Accomodation in Amsterdam, Hotel amsterdam, Hostel amsterdam, Apartments amsterdam
Sleeping in Amsterdam
In our Accommodation section we have listed several hotels, hostels and apartments for you to search through. There are a lot of them, but since Amsterdam is a very popular city, it´s best to book your hotel or hostel a couple of months in advance. To book, you can use our site by looking in the section hostels.
In the sections rooms and agencies we have listed several housing agencies for those who are planning to stay in Amsterdam a bit longer and are thus looking for an apartment or room in the city.
Since Amsterdam is such a crowded city, we also provide you with tips fo when you´re looking for an accomodation. You can also look through to our classifieds to find an accommodation.
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Activities in Amsterdam, what to do in Amsterdam
What to do in Amsterdam
Our Amsterdam activity guide leaves you with tons of ideas and fun things to do while being in Amsterdam.
Especially for expatriates living in Amsterdam we’ve listed several expat member clubs.
Going to the gym can sometimes be expensive, due to the high amount of membership fees. So why not break the routine with some imaginative solutions to keeping fit? Some of these activities are free, whilst others require some investment in equipment or to cover a charge for classes.
For those who are planning on staying in this beautiful city a little bit longer, there are lots of classes and courses you can join ranging from cooking classes to martial arts and self defense classes.
The guided tours offer another way to get to know Amsterdam inside out. Enjoy Amsterdam while being guided through a typical Dutch tour, such as the famous Ajax tour.
The perfect opportunity for foreigners to learn Dutch or any other language from a native speaker! Language exchanges take place in an informal atmosphere, such as a pub or a café. You will practice your Dutch or any other language with a native speaker that wants to learn your native language. This informal language swop makes it easier for you to speak the language that you want, while you meet natives at the same time.