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Overview Event Hotels Amsterdam

Visit the world famous capital of the Netherlands from the 17th century. Enjoy the historical buildings, wonderful museums and a welcoming atmosphere. Take a boat tour through the canals, take a stroll through the Vondelpark and shop to your hearts content in the old city center. Amsterdam is really unique!

More information about Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a city in the Netherlands that is known for its picturesque canals, historic architecture, and vibrant culture. Visitors to Amsterdam will find a wide variety of things to do and see, from museums and art galleries to parks and markets.

One of the most popular attractions in Amsterdam is the city’s network of canals, which are often referred to as the “Venice of the North.” Visitors can take a boat tour of the canals, which offer a unique perspective on the city, or rent a boat and explore on their own. Along the canals, visitors will find a variety of historic buildings, including the famous 17th-century merchants’ houses that line the canals.

Another popular attraction in Amsterdam is the city’s museums, which are home to some of the world’s most important art collections. The Rijksmuseum is one of the most famous museums in Amsterdam and is home to works by famous Dutch artists such as Rembrandt, Vermeer, and Van Gogh. The Van Gogh Museum is also a must-see for art lovers, as it is dedicated to the life and work of the famous artist.

For those interested in history, the Anne Frank House is a must-visit. The house where Anne Frank and her family hid from the Nazis during World War II is now a museum that offers a powerful reminder of the Holocaust. Visitors can see the original diary of Anne Frank and learn more about her life and the events of the war.

Amsterdam is also known for its parks and gardens, which offer a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. The Vondelpark is the largest park in Amsterdam and is a popular spot for picnics, relaxation, and outdoor activities. The Hortus Botanicus is also worth a visit, as it is one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world and is home to a wide variety of plants and flowers.

In addition to its many museums, parks, and canals, Amsterdam is also known for its vibrant nightlife. Visitors can find a wide variety of bars and clubs in the city, from cozy pubs to trendy nightclubs. The Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein are two popular areas for nightlife, and offer a wide variety of entertainment options.

Overall, Amsterdam is a great holiday destination that offers something for everyone. Whether you’re interested in art, history, culture, or just looking for a relaxing getaway, Amsterdam has something to offer. With its charming canals, historic architecture, world-class museums and vibrant nightlife, Amsterdam is definitely a must-see destination.

Overview Amsterdam

Select your Event Hotel from the exclusive locations in and around Amsterdam!

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Mercure Amsterdam Aiport

Welcome to Mercure Amsterdam Aiport

152 Rooms
Conference Rooms
Free WiFi

Bilderberg Garden Hotel

Comfortable Conferences in the Heart of Amsterdam

124 Rooms
5 Conference Rooms for up to 200 Participants
Restaurant De Kersentuin
Child-friendly Extras
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Highlights in Amsterdam

Amsterdam has a lot to offer. On the following map you will find the highlights of the capital of the Netherlands.

Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

The Rijksmuseum Amsterdam is a National Museum of the Netherlands at Museumplein in Amsterdam’s Oud-Zuid District, in South Amsterdam. The museum is dedicated to the arts, handcraft and history.

Oude Kerk

The Oude Kerk (Old Church) is the oldest preserved building in Amsterdam. It is located in Amsterdam’s Red Light District. Aside from church services, art exhibitions and concerts also take place in this church.

Van Gogh Museum

The Van Gogh Museum is an art museum in Museumplein in Amsterdam’s Oud-Zuid, District in Southern Amsterdam. It hosts the largest collection of the works of the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh.