Amsterdam owes its reputation not only to its unparalleled liberalism, as, besides the city’s unique architecture, its rich art and historic museums, such as Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Anna Frank House or Rembrandt House also attract the fans of classic sights to the city. Amsterdam’s Old Town has been welcoming travellers to the city since the 16th century with an almost unchanged cityscape, typical canals, bridges as well as narrow and high brickwork buildings so typical of the Flemish Renaissance.
Important sights to see in Amsterdam
Travel Tips and Advice
Accommodation fills up fast in the late spring tulip season and summer, so you might want to book accommodation well in advance. Available at tourist offices, the monthly English-language publication “Day by Day” offers detailed information on all entertainment opportunities over a broad spectrum from concerts to museum exhibitions. Most of Amsterdam’s attractions and sights can be reached on foot, as well. Amsterdam Card (www.iamsterdamcard.com) offers free access to public transport, discounted entry to many museums and free participation in a boat trip on the canals.
Bus Services info
VOLÁNBUSZ's partners run bus services to Amsterdam several times a week. The buses depart from Népliget Bus Station Budapest, which is easily accessible by public transport.
Return tickets on MiniPrice already from HUF 18 900!
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