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Tourists can pick and choose from 350 Hotels, seventeen of which are five star hotel accommodations. Amsterdam also has five camping sights and many holiday apartments. 18 000 holiday rental rooms and almost 45 000 holiday accommodation beds are provided.

The Red Light District, south of Central Station and east of Damrak, showcases Amsterdam’s relaxed legal attitudes and is a popular nightlife destination for those desiring a peek at the wilder end of the spectrum. And Amsterdam is justifiably famous for the richness of its nightlife and dining selections. Food and drink enthusiasts will find a selection of pubs, cafes, and restaurants that is superb with cuisine choices from around the globe.

Alongside the coffee shops, museum and galleries of the city, the Red Light District is a major attraction and a definite must-see, if only for the window shopping! Whilst it may cause the more reserved amongst us to blush, Amsterdam’s Red Light District is one of the most important attractions of the city, bringing in thousands of tourists every week, and generating a huge amount of income for locals.

Housed in a patrician canal house in the center of Amsterdam, the van Loon Museum is owned by the aristocratic Van Loon family and provides visitors a unique view into the life of the Dutch upper class.

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The Red Light District is located in the oldest area of Amsterdam and is made up of tall old buildings overshadowing the canal. It’s the oldest part of Amsterdam and dates back to the 14th century. It developed even more during the 17th century, a time when Amsterdam was Europe’s main trade center, with the creation of Amsterdam’s canals.

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Whatever option you choose, don’t pass up a canal cruise in Amsterdam. You may be able to rent a boat individually, but without knowledge of where you are going and what you are seeing tours are usually unrewarding. Residents and visitors agree that the views of the city from water are totally disparate from the land views and beautiful enough to be unmissable. The best way to experience the city as an unguided novice is to take a tour. There are many guided tour options to choose from, both for dinner and for daytime.

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The tourists are never bored in Amsterdam with so much on offer. You can also enjoy a movie in any of the 50 movie halls or make the most of the music concerts in the Concertgebouw Orchestra- one of the renowned symphonic orchestra. And of course there are the dance and ballet- the famous Dutch National Ballet and the Miziek Theater, which presents both modern and classical dance. You can also catch a theatre or two in the popular halls centered on the popular Leidseplein or the Nes Street. There are loads of museums and art galleries to explore along with music concerts and operas and movies. A leading center of culture in Europe, you will enjoy some world class entertainment- you will love the numerous festivals, special performances, street performances and there are live bands in the bars and cafes. The night life surely deserves special mention and the party goes on till the wee hours of the morning.

Even the hottest days in summer are bearable for visitors and the coldest or snowiest days in winter are still tolerable compared to many other European cities. Situated off the coast of the North Sea, the weather in Amsterdam remains mild all year round.

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