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How Expensive is Amsterdam, Netherlands? Walking Tour, Food & More

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AMSTERDAM IS EPIC! - Travel Amsterdam vlog #165

Our first full day in Amsterdam. We take Sandemans Free Amsterdam Walking Tour with our guide Sam (samsterdamtours@gmail.com). First things first, Amsterdam's Red Light district, then off to the coffee shops and historic quarters of Amsterdam.
Despite how famous Amsterdam is for it's Red Light district and Marijuana use, the town was quite tame, clean, and friendly. We LOVED Amsterdam and would love to visit again when we have more time.
Plus we visited with some friends who have lived there for a few years and got the local Amsterdam experience!

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Visit Amsterdam - Free Things to Do in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Free Things to Do in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Thinking about visiting Amsterdam and the sticker shock of hotels has put your wallet on alert? Well this video covers some of the free things you can do in Amsterdam to help your travel budget.
Thank you to Dutchified for helping us with this great list of free things to do in Amsterdam.
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Amsterdam Street Food Tour - DUTCH STREET FOOD of Holland | UNIQUE Street Food in The Netherlands

Dutch Street Food | Street Food in Amsterdam | Food in Netherlands

AMSTERDAM has a LOT to offer in terms of DELICIOUS and UNIQUE Street Foods! You NEED to try these incredible DUTCH Foods in Amsterdam next time YOU visit! Everything from Stroopwafels to RAW Pickled herring, we had a blast filming in The Netherlands!

Dutch cuisine is unique and interesting and the food culture in Amsterdam is strong! This is the last episode from our European Street Food tour! We are now in South Korea producing a ton of content for you guys and we can't wait to bring it to you! Thanks for watching :)

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Tips for Amsterdam, Netherlands

Tips for Amsterdam. Amsterdam is a great place for a family trip. I brought my wife and 5yr old son and they loved it!

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Leidseplein - Party area and lively at night

Dam Square - This is about a 10 minute walk along the city's main street Damrak from Central Station. Both Damrak and Dam Square are very touristy with generally over priced bars and restaurants.

Red Light District - The epicentre of 'naughty' Amsterdam the Red Light District is actually quite a small area. It is in the area bordered by the canals. It hosts a number of great bars. This place is buzzing at night, particularly at weekends and is generally regarded as safe. There are not many hotels in this area.

Rembrandtplein - One of the main nightlife areas of Amsterdam this square and its immediate area is surrounded by hotels, eateries, bars and clubs. There are a wide range of hotels, mostly middle to upper market, here.

Leidseplein - Along with the Red Light District and Rembrandtplein, this is the other main nightlife area in Amsterdam. Like Rembrandtsplein it and the area immediately around it is surrounded by hotels, eateries, bars and clubs.

Museumplein (A5) - Whilst only a few minutes walk from lively Leidseplein, the museum area of the city has a totally different atmosphere. It is much quieter, particularly at night and is, museums and small offices aside, a more residential area of the city. There is a wide range of hotels, from high to low end, in this area.

Jordaan - A delightful, mostly residential area the Jordaan is quite arty. It could perhaps best be likened to Covent Garden in London or Greenwich Village in New York although, this being Amsterdam, it is both smaller than and very different to either of those areas. Between Jordaan and Dam Square hosts some of the city's nicest boutique hotels.

Vondelpark - Quieter and more residential, the Vondelpark area has a few upmarket hotels and a good number of B&B/Guest House type establishments.

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o Zaanse Schans is a wonderful day trip from Amsterdam where you can experience quintessentially Dutch things like windmills. 15 minute train from Amsterdam’s Centraal Station and then it is a 20 minute walk to the village. You can wander around the village for free, but will need to pay to enter the wind mills and the Museum.
o Keukenhof is an impressively large flower garden boasting up to seven million flowers. It is only open for two months of the year and is filled with amazing collections of flowers in every colour imaginable
o Village of Volendam:
which is known for its fishing boats and cheese factories. You’ll have a chance to tour a factory to see how cheese is made.
Marken:
, where you can wander the fishing village on foot. There’s even time to see a local shoemaker fashion clogs by hand!


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14 Tips for an AWESOME Trip to Amsterdam

Known as the Venice of the North, join me as I show you one of my favorite cities in the world.

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???????? AMSTERDAM Travel Guide ???????? | Travel better in the Netherlands!

As y'all know, Amsterdam is famous for its liberalism, the coffee shop vs café enigma and, of course, the Red Light District.

We explore all of these in our Top Things To Do video:

In this video, however, we're showing you the absolute *essential* things you need to know as a visitor to Amsterdam: how to get around, what things cost, which things are where, etc. etc.

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Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands. It’s about a four and a half hours’ journey by Eurostar or it’s just an hour’s flight from London.

It’s one of the most popular destinations in Europe. Millions of people are drawn in by the laid-back culture, hundreds of museums and galleries and, of course, the famous Red Light District, home to legalised prostitution and soft drugs.

Amsterdam is served by Amsterdam Schiphol, the world’s fifth busiest airport. It’s not far from the city and there are trains, buses or taxis to take you the short journey to the centre. Trains take about 20 minutes to Amsterdam Centraal Station and you can get tickets on Schiphol Plaza outside Arrivals. There are ten train stations in Amsterdam, so make sure you get to the one that’s nearest your hotel. We found the train to be quick, efficient and cheap. It’s definitely our recommended way to get in to the city.

You can take the 197 bus from bus stop B9 outside the airport. It takes about 40 minutes to get to the city centre. The bus was crowded and we had to stand the whole way, so we’d only recommend it if you’re staying in the south.

You can book a taxi on Schiphol.nl. However, taxis are expensive and will cost you around €50.

Amsterdam’s fairly compact, with most sites fairly easy walking distance of each other. You can get from Centraal Station to Van Gogh Museum in the south, for example, in around 40 minutes by foot. However, there are lots of ways to get around the city quickly if you prefer.

The tram is usually your best option. The stops are frequent and tickets are cheap. There are maps at every stop but we recommend downloading GVB’s app to help plan your route. When it comes to tickets, we recommend getting an iamsterdam card. It gives you unlimited use of public transport, as well as free entry to many of the city’s hundreds of attractions and museums.

Amsterdam is the most bike-friendly capital city in the world and it shows. All roads have dedicated cycle paths and riding round the city was surprisingly easy, even in the rain! The locals can be quite impatient with tourists, so we recommend waiting until you’ve been in Amsterdam for a day or two, just so you can get a feel for how the system works. Remember to treat the cycle lanes as you would a normal road back home. Obey the traffic lights and stop for pedestrians at zebra crossings. You’ll see lots of locals ignoring the rules but you’ll be okay if you stick to them.

De Pijp has the widest variety of restaurants and bars. We’d suggest checking out the Albert Cuypmarkt for some Dutch stroopwafels. The Marie Heinekenplein is also here, home to lots of bars and the Heineken brewery. Foodies, De Pijp is for you.

De Wallen is home to Amsterdam’s Red Light District, made famous by its coffee shops and legalised prostitution. There are many companies offering tours of the area that’ll show you its many secrets. We recommend AmsterdamRedLightDistrictTour.com. They provided us with a fun and informative tour and were happy to answer all of our many questions.

Museumplein in the south is home to the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk Museum.

The currency in Holland is the Euro and prices are generally lower than you’ll find in London. Expect to pay about the same in Euros as you would in Pounds but remember that beer is a little bit more expensive.

Lots of places in Amsterdam have free wifi, including popular tourist attractions like here, in the Van Gogh Museum. WifiAmsterdam.nl has a list of free wifi spots across Amsterdam.

Stunning and historic AMSTERDAM ???? (The Netherlands), let's go for a walk!

SUBSCRIBE: - Let's go for a walking tour of Amsterdam, this fascinating European (and very unique) capital in the Netherlands. Amsterdam is the capital and most populous municipality of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Its status as the capital is mandated by the Constitution of the Netherlands, although it is not the seat of the government, which is The Hague.
Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ capital, known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age. Its Museum District houses the Van Gogh Museum, works by Rembrandt and Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum, and modern art at the Stedelijk. Cycling is key to the city’s character, and there are numerous bike paths.
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THE COST OF LIVING IN THE NETHERLANDS - EXPAT LIFE

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Today I am here to speak about the cost of living in #TheNetherlands #CostofNetherlands

All is about money... Cost of accommodation, cost of transport, cost of drinks and food, cost of education. Cost of living!

I am Spanish living in The #Netherlands since 2018. And I think this video could be interesting if you want to study or work in this country. International life in the Netherlands! #Expatlife

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Walking Through the Streets of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam Food Tour - Dutch Pancakes, Ossenworst and Huge Food Market!

Today we're on a mission to find delicious food to eat here in Amsterdam! First we try some Dutch Pofferjes, Ossenworst and then we head to a huge food market called Foodhallen ????????????

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Visit The Netherlands - What to Know Before You Visit The Netherlands

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Heading to The Netherlands & Not Sure What to Expect? Well here we go through the top things that tourists should know when they visit The Netherlands.
1. It is The Netherlands, Not Holland. Holland is the name of two counties in The Netherlands.
2. The language of The Netherlands is Dutch, but as a tourist you really do not need to know any Dutch as the Dutch speak English extremely well throughout the country.
3. The Euro is the currency in The Netherlands and you can find ATMs all over the country. Credit cards are widely accepted as well.
4. The Netherlands is a small country with a very well developed transportation network. Therefore you can easily take trains all over the country in a fast and efficient way. Make sure you tap in and out with your tickets as you enter your platforms.
5. Biking is a very popular pastime and way to get around Dutch cities. There are a number of bike rental agencies throughout The Netherlands. Look for one near a train station and rent a bike for the day to explore, or sign up for one of the numerous bike tours around the country.
6. The Netherlands is rather safe for tourists. Do take care with pickpockets and extremely aggressive beggars in Amsterdam's more popular areas. The bike line is for bikes only so watch out unless you want to get hit by a bike and yelled at by a local.
7. Drugs bring a lot of tourists to Amsterdam and the Dutch/German border. If you are going to The Netherlands to experiment with soft drugs make sure you go to a Coffee House they have menus and trained personnel that can help travelers. We do not recommend you do drugs and highly discourage travelers from doing this. However, we do know a number of tourists do go there for that. So please be safe, and speak with the coffee shop attendant about your previous experiences so they can help you.
9. The best things about the Netherlands are the quaint cities and towns like Haarlem, Leiden, Groningen, as well as the larger cities of Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The architecture and museums throughout the country really are outstanding. And yes you will see quite a few windmills as you explore The Netherlands.
10. The food is hearty in The Netherlands, make sure you try a bitter ballen or a traditional pancake or herring from one of the stalls. The market and food halls have tons of great treats for travelers. There are numerous international restaurants all over The Netherlands as well.
11. The Netherlands is not a cheap place to visit, however the prices are on par with the US & other major European destinations. Amsterdam accomodation will be your biggest expense. Therefore you may want to stay outside of Amsterdam to have a cheaper and more Dutch experience.

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The 10 things to eat in Amsterdam | WHAT & WHERE to eat, by the locals ???????? #Amsterdam #cityguide

Withlocals presents: the top 10 things to eat (and where!) in Amsterdam, handpicked by the locals.

Check out Amsterdam’s best local food tours & tastings @Withlocals: Try the real taste of Amsterdam!

Watch this unique food guide to know what to eat on your next trip to Amsterdam, and where are the best places to try each speciality, according to the locals.

This is the third video of the ‘Withlocals Amsterdam city guide: discover the real Amsterdam’.

FEATURED Simon, Christa, Efi, Fusina, Caroline are the amazing locals that accompanied Martijn in this Dutch gastronomic experience across Amsterdam. They are / have been amazing hosts @Withlocals, too. We want to share their tips with you to make your Amsterdam trip really unique.

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#7 Juggle those bitterballen! (02:09)
#6 Taste the holy apple pie (02:28)
#5 Discover the finest Dutch cheese of Amsterdam (02:47)
#4 Now some sweets: Stroopwafel (a.k.a. the Dutch waffle) & Poffertjes (03:29)
#3 Savor the famous Indonesian cuisine (03:57)
#2 A local liquor: what is it, how to drink it and where to drink the best in town (04:21)
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Walking Through the Streets of Utrecht, Netherlands

Exploring the beautiful old town of Utrecht in the Netherlands.
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Amsterdam City Centre - ???????? Netherlands - 4K Virtual Tour

Walking on a beautiful autumn day in Amsterdam City sightseeing iconic buildings and the traditional canal system. Click here ▶ to see highlights and guide.

Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands but not the seat of government, which is The Hague. The royal family, for example, is only occasionally in residence at the Royal Palace (see highlight timestap), on the square known as the Dam, in Amsterdam. Amsterdam’s intimate character is best reflected in the narrow, bustling streets of the old town, where much of the population still goes about its business. While there are reminders of the glorious past—gabled houses, noble brick facades clad with sandstone, richly decorated cornices, towers and churches.The inner city is divided by its network of canals into some 90 islands as seen in this walking tour!

Date recorded: October 2018
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▶(0:57) Damrak ☉
▶(6:38) Dam Square ★
▶(7:28) Neoclassical Royal Palace ★
▶(7:43) Madame Tussaud ★
▶(9:28) National Monument ★
▶(10:10) Dam Street ☉
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▶(13:38) Ouderzijds Achterbrug Wal ☉
▶(17:05) Kloveniersburgwal ☉
▶(19:40) Aluminium Bridge ★
▶(22:51) The Munttower ★
▶(25:25) Floating Flowermarket ★
▶(27:07) The Singel ☉
▶(30:07) Herengracht View ★
▶(30:38) Huidenstreet ☉
▶(32:15) Keizersgracht View ★
▶(32:55) Runstreet ☉
▶(34:05) Prinsengracht - Looiersgracht View ★
▶(34:47) Prinsengracht ☉
▶(37:08) Prinsengracht and WesterChurch View ★
▶(37:34) Berenstreet ☉
▶(38:51) Keizersgracht View ★
▶(39:17) Wolvenstreet (The Nine Streets) ☉
▶(40:56) Herengracht View ★
▶(42:13) Singel View ★
▶(42:37) Raamsteeg ☉
▶(43:40) Spuistreet ☉
▶(44:15) St Luciensteeg ☉
▶(44:40) Entrance Amsterdam Museum ★
▶(46:00) Kalverstreet ☉
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Dutch Sweets in Amsterdam | Holland | Netherlands - Amsterdam food!

This week we're going for the best food in Amsterdam! Which of course involves lots and lots of sugar ;) We go for the famous stroopwafels, poffertjes, peanut butter (pindakaas!) and much more. Not sure where to go for a good snack in Amsterdam? Just check out the video :)

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Places we visited (in order of appearance):

'De Vier Pilaren' – for poffertjes, an amazing little threat!

Winkel 43 – Noordermarkt / Noordermarket for their amazing apple pie! It's delicious.

Goudse Stroopwafels – Albert Cuypmarkt. You can get stroopwafels all over town, also in all supermarkets. But the best ones you buy at the market.

Puccini Bomboni – there are multiple shops through town. They sell amazing chocolates, different from what you're used to.

Van Stapele – only one kind of cookie, but what they do, they do well! Especially the white chocolate center is amazing. Just a little piece of heaven.

Pappabubble – not as typically Dutch as the rest, but really cool sugar entertainment! And the flavors of these little sugary friends is also very good. They have ones with, and without atrificial coloring, very nice!

De Pindakaaswinkel – just opened recently, but popular by all who love peanutbutter. They come with amazing and surprising flavors. It's out of the center, but in the amazing area of Amsterdam East. Well, almost there ;) After visiting Brouwerij 't IJ you just walk here!

HEMA Tompoezen – My childhood favorite. I'm not talking about it, you just get your ass here and buy one!

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Bach Brandenburg Concerto No 3, 3 Allegro by Advent Chamber Orchestra

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AMSTERDAM ON A BUDGET | The Cheapest Breakfasts | Travel to The Netherlands, Holland, 2016 Full HD

This week we discover the cheapest breakfasts in Amsterdam.

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Places visited:
B&B Amsterdam. I love this place for their lunches! For this breakfast test they were not the cheapest though...

Ikea Amsterdam - Budget breakfast for one euro only! Pretty far out of town though...

Hema and Bakker Bart on the Kalverstraat. Right at the center. Note Hema opens at 9 o'clock but Bakker Bart only at 9.30.

Jumbo foodmarket. It's in north, but one of my favorites. Only 1,50 euro - very good quality food and a great ambiance. If the last spot wouldn't be there, this would be my favorite by far!

La Place at the top of the OBA (Amsterdam library). Here you can create your own breakfast, with cinnamon cookies or yoghurt, fresh fruit, granola, eggs - you name it. When the weather is good, go sit outside, the views over Amsterdam are amazing! For 3,25 euro each - you'll have an amazing starter of the day.

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One Day in Amsterdam! The best things to do in the capital of the Netherlands!

Amsterdam is one of our favourite European destinations for a great city trip. The Dutch capital has lots to offer from great food to awesome museums and some really great bars. We travelled all over the city to spend a perfect day in Amsterdam and capture our favourite experiences in the city. We start the day with a superfood breakfast at The Avocado Show. The restaurant specialises in instagrammable dishes featuring sustainable avocados. With a full stomach, it's time to shop. We hit up the picturesque Negen Straatjes. The nine small streets feature some of Amsterdam's best boutique shops. We visit contemporary clothing store Closed and second-hand shop Bij Ons. We jump on a bicycle and make our way to Albert Cuyp. We explore the world-famous market and taste some traditional Dutch snacks like poffertjes, stroopwafel and the famous Dutch Haring (Herring). To refuel after all the walking we visit Bar Bitterbal for a Dutch lager and some innovative new versions of Amsterdam's favourite beer snack, the bitterbal! Next up, we make our way to the famous canals where we rent a boat and navigate the maze of waterways in the city centre, it's our favourite way to see the city! As the sun sets, we keep up with the nautical theme as we wind down and have dinner at Surinamese restaurant and bar, Waterkant. The restaurant is named after the nightlife district in the former Dutch colony Suriname and serves traditional dishes like Roti and Bakabana which wash down perfectly with the Surinamese Parbo Beer.

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HOW EXPENSIVE IS JORDAN? Food, Hotels, Tours & More

In this video I talk about how much things cost in the country of Jordan in the Middle East.
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HOW EXPENSIVE IS JORDAN? Food, Hotels, Tours & More

How Expensive is AMSTERDAM? Exploring the City at Night

In this video I explore Amsterdam, capital of the Netherlands and show how much things cost.
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How Expensive is AMSTERDAM? Exploring the City at Night

How Expensive is Amsterdam, Netherlands? Walking Tour, Food & More

In this video I explore Amsterdam, the Netherlands (Holland) and show how much things cost.
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