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With the Amsterdam guide, you'll get the most out of your trip, with useful information and you'll find and book activities, guided tours, and excursions. This Amsterdam guide is completely free and has been created by the Civitatis team, the leading company in the sale of guided tours, excursions, and free tours in English all over the world. So you can guess what you'll find there: all the tourist information you need to make the most of your trip to Amsterdam, with a perfect combination of cultural, sightseeing, and entertainment options. You'll also find in this Amsterdam guide practical information that will help you organize your trip to Amsterdam, as well as tips and advice to make the most of your time in Amsterdam. What to see in Amsterdam? Where to eat, where to sleep? What are the places you really have to visit? Any tips to save money? Our Amsterdam guide will answer all these and more. The most interesting sections of this free guide to Amsterdam are: • General information: Learn how to plan your trip to Amsterdam and find out what is the necessary documentation to visit it, what is the weather like at the time you're traveling, or what are the opening hours of its stores. • What to see: Discover the main attractions in Amsterdam, as well as practical information on how to visit these tourist spots, how to get there, opening hours, closing days, prices, etc. • Where to eat: Learn more about the most traditional dishes in Netherlands and the best places to sample them in Amsterdam. And why not do it for the best price? We tell you the best places to eat on a budget in Amsterdam. • Where to stay: Are you looking for a quiet neighborhood to rest or a lively one to party until dawn? Our free travel guide will let you know in which area you should look for your accommodation in Amsterdam. • Transport: Find out how to get around Amsterdam and which are the best ways to move around depending on your budget or your time. • Shopping: Get the perfect souvenirs and save time and money by knowing in advance which are the best areas to go shopping in Amsterdam. • Map: The most comprehensive map of Amsterdam, where you can see all the must-see sights, where to eat, the best area to book your hotel, or the neighborhood with the greatest and liveliest atmosphere in Amsterdam. • Activities: With our Amsterdam guide, you can also book the best Civitatis activities for your trip. Guided tours, excursions, tickets, free tours... Everything to fill your trip! We know that when you're traveling, there's no time to waste. And even more, when there are so many things to do in Amsterdam. That's why, with this free travel guide, we want to help you fill your trip to Amsterdam. Have a blast and enjoy your vacation! P.S. The information and tips in this guide were written by and for travelers and were collected on January 2023. If you find any inaccuracies or find something you think we should change, please contact us (https://www.civitatis.com/en/contact/).

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Wonderful experience but very little english.

Beautiful views from the balloon and neat to see the temples. Very nice experience but frustrated with the lack of English, considering the description said it was an English tour. Nothing at the balloon ride was in English to the point I had to just copy other people to even figure out I had to check in at the balloon location. Safety briefing was just subtitles on a video which were actually covered on one of the two videos. Almost no landing instructions. No tour of any kind at the temples. It is offered at extra price but everyone there must agree. Sales pitch was not nearly as annoying or high pressure as other tours I've been on so that was nice. A little expensive.

Date of experience : May 17, 2024

Marianna has ben a superb guide

Marianna has ben a superb guide, Hungarian but married with an Italian man, so Italian native speaker. Very skillful on Budapest and history, available to help on any issue and provide suggestions

Date of experience : May 18, 2024

Tour instructivo e interactivo

La guia Maria nos explicó la historia de Boston con detalle y de forma muy amena, haciendonos participes.

There were some points that should have…

There were some points that should have more attention than others. Sometimes The bus stopped for a long period where there was nothing interesting to see and when it really had it passed really quickly. Very inconsistent.

Date of experience : May 14, 2024

Disappointing customer service

I booked a transfer to the airport in Seville, The driver was very friendly and arrived a few minutes early. Unfortunately, the driver was a bit irresponsible. He was driving too fast and we nearly crashed. My side of the car scraped into the guardrail going around a bend due to the drivers negligence. I contacted Civitatis after to log a complaint about what happened and request a refund. They initially declined to provide a refund as 'the service was provided'. The account of what happened the driver gave them was entirely different to what happened too. I was extremely surprised at their handling of this, especially considering the refund would cost them 32 euro. They did refund it after having a back-and-forth.

Date of experience : May 25, 2024

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Excellent service

Excellent service. Every thing so well organised from booking forms and contact. Same driver from airport to apartment who was very helpful and carried my friends very heavy suitcase down stairs. Would highly recommend.

Date of experience : May 07, 2024

Excellent guide

Our guide Mark explained all the detailed history very nicely and with good humour which made the trip very interesting

Date of experience : May 10, 2024

Desert experience

Very good application to book activities and flexibility to change something (i.e the date). High level of communication and info exchange with the local organizer. Nice experience to spend half day and the evening. We appreciate the dune bashing with a crazy driver We enjoy the dinner well cooked.

Date of experience : April 30, 2024

I bought here an excursion around…

I bought here an excursion around Havana recently and everything was fine for me. It was an interesting excursion full of various details that made me dive deep into the history of the city and the country. The price pretty much aligned with my budget so that is the reason why I decided to book it. And yeah, due to their website I quickly understood what I wanted to get and props to them for this! If I will be about going to another tour, I will certainly visit this site again and choose proper excursion.

Date of experience : May 01, 2024

The staff were really friendly and made…

The staff were really friendly and made the whole experience really enjoyable, got to see Dolphins close up to the catamaran, all in all a lovely excursion

Date of experience : May 09, 2024

Fair experience, still recommend

I have booked different tours with Civitatis and I recommend to use this tour agency, but the reason I do not rate 5* is related with a recent bad experience. I was in San Pedro de Atacama and I booked a tour with Atacama Extrema via Civitatis that did not go well. I still advise to trust Civitatis as I had good experience with other tours.

Date of experience : May 02, 2024

Perfect, as always. I booked the English version but I had even the chance to switch to Spanish after talking to the guide. Amazing.

Date of experience : May 11, 2024

Excellent free tour guide

Excellent free tour guide Our Letton guide “Carlos” explained very well the history of Riga and the famous areas. It was interesting and wonderful. He also gave some tips to enjoy the city. Thanks for all these explanations

The tours offered were good for the…

The tours offered were good for the most part. Guides were knowledgeable about their respective cities. But, we had 1 tour operator that cancelled on us the less than 24 hours before our tour. The tour operator, Vivaldi Tours in Florence, Italy, did not call us to tell us that there was an issue with our tour in fact one of us received a confirmation email while the other received a cancellation notice. We tried to clarify whether the tour was cancelled or not, by calling the number provided for the tour operator on the Civitatis confirmation email. Someone from the tour company answered the phone, told us to email they inquiry (I had to Google them to find that email address), and promptly hung up on us! We then tried to communicate via the Civitatis app messaging to the tour company, but no reply. We decided to go to the meeting point at the next day at time the tour was to operate only to find that it was indeed cancelled. We did call Civitatis to ask for help they were unable to reach out to the tour operator on our behalf. It is disappointing that they were unable to help us with this issue or to help us find a replacement tour.

Date of experience : May 16, 2024

Hello, thank you very much for trusting us. We are sorry that the activity could not take place as originally scheduled. However, tours may be subject to modifications in case of not reaching the minimum number of participants required, last-minute cancellation of other members of the group, unavailability of the guide, etc. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and we strive to keep such incidents to a minimum. Thank you, again, for your time and patience.

Excellent service. Perfectly on time. When our original flight was cancelled until the following morning, our pick up was automatically changed and was waiting for us without being contacted.

Civitatis: a guaranteed experience

Wherever I go I look for Civitatis tours for a guaranteed experience visiting the most relevant points of interest in a city, always with reliable, knowledgeable giuides! Once again, we had a wonderful walking tour with Peter in beautiful Brugges. Thank you, Peter and Civitatis!!!

Date of experience : May 08, 2024

Free walking tour in Florence with Armando

I highly recommend our guide, Armando for the free walking tour we had in Florence. Armand is very passionate and an excellent story teller. Never a bored moment with him.

Date of experience : May 05, 2024

Excellent way to be introduced to Madrid city

Excellent guide providing a lot of information. Good way to introduce the beauty of Madrid and then continue our stay by ourselves.

Date of experience : May 03, 2024

These are the right words to describe…

These are the right words to describe my feelings and my general view of the historical tour. An emotional tour I think, because it includes all the real experiences and difficulties of the city. Hermes is very good, with humor and knowledge of course. It is an experience that reminds us of the necessity and our duty as citizens of the act to continue our fight against corruption. It also cultivates our democratic and political consciousness.

Date of experience : April 20, 2024

I had an excellent experience on the…

I had an excellent experience on the Madrid bike tour! The way it was conducted was truly enjoyable. The guides were knowledgeable and attentive, ensuring everyone felt comfortable and engaged. Riding through the vibrant streets of Madrid, we explored some hidden gems and famous landmarks alike, making it a perfect blend of adventure and learning. I highly recommend this tour to anyone looking to see Madrid from a different perspective.

Date of experience : April 27, 2024

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One Day in Utrecht Itinerary: A Day Trip from Amsterdam

Last Updated on March 6, 2024

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Planning a one day in Utrecht itinerary is one of the best ways to see a bit of the Netherlands beyond the capital. Just an hour by train outside of Amsterdam , Utrecht is the perfect day trip from the Dutch capital.

While Amsterdam is a thriving city with vibrant nightlife and culture, Utrecht is the close and friendly neighbor giving a deeper look into everyday life in the Netherlands.

Home to the largest train station in the country (Utrecht Centraal), a cyclist’s paradise without intimidation, and a picturesque medieval city center, you’ll discover that Utrecht is the Dutch city you may have never heard of but undoubtedly will fall in love with.

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How Many Days in Utrecht?

As the 4th largest city in the Netherlands, Utrecht is a mid-size city with a deep history, culture, and things to do. With that being said, how many days in Utrecht are ideal to do the Dutch city justice?

The city center of Utrecht is quite small, with suburban and residential areas making up a large area of the city.

With that being said, if you’re hoping to see the main sights of Utrecht and get a good understanding and visit of the city, one day in Utrecht is enough.

Moreover, if you’re planning on visiting Utrecht and would like to have more of a holistic experience, getting stuck into local life, I suggest 2 days in the city. This way, you’ll be able to explore the city center as well as wander into more residential areas or nearby areas.

Canals of Utrecht

Getting To & Around Utrecht

Getting to Utrecht from Amsterdam is extremely quick and convenient. The best mode of transport between the two cities, as well as other Dutch destinations, is by train.

Trains run frequently between Amsterdam and Utrecht, with direct connections available. The journey takes around 20-30 minutes, and you can catch a train from Amsterdam Centraal, Amsterdam Amstel, or Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA stations. You can view train schedules here .

Another option for transportation to Utrecht is to take a bus, although ticket prices are around and transportation time is a bit longer than the train, at around 30-50 minutes depending on traffic and time of day. You can view bus schedules here .

Another important factor for your visit to Utrecht is deciding how you’ll get around the city.

Fortunately, getting around Utrecht is relatively easy due to its compact size and well-connected transportation network. Utrecht has an efficient public transportation system that includes buses and trams.

You have the option of using an OV-chipkaart (public transport smart card) or purchasing a single-use ticket to travel on buses and trams.

If you mainly plan on exploring the city center during your Utrecht day trip, I think that walking is the ideal way to see the city. Utrecht’s city center is wonderfully pedestrian-friendly, and many of the main attractions are within walking distance of each other.

Walking is also a great way to explore the historic streets, canals, and picturesque medieval and modern neighborhoods.

Finally, the local’s favourite mode of transportation in Utrecht — cycling. If you are visiting Amsterdam and really would like to take a spin on the local cycling scene but are too intimidated by the busy bike lanes, Utrecht is perfect.

While Utrecht is still a busy city with many people and a lot going on, the atmosphere is much more laid back, with locals being more forgiving if you’re a visitor looking to learn the ways of the bike culture in the Netherlands.

You can rent a bicycle from various rental shops or make use of the public bicycle-sharing systems, with bicycles all around the city, from cargo bikes to simple bicycles and electric bicycles.

The city has dedicated bike lanes and paths, making it safe and convenient to cycle around, and honestly, just cycling around the city between the center and relaxed residential areas makes for a wonderful day out in Utrecht.

St. Martin's Cathedral

1-Day Utrecht Itinerary

Less than half an hour away from Amsterdam by train, Utrecht is the quintessential Dutch city to visit.

On your day trip to Utrecht, you’ll make your way through the medieval and traditional Dutch architecture, get lost in the culture, art, and quaint canals of Utrecht, and take a bite into an incredible local food scene. You can take a walking tour or a bike tour if you prefer to explore with a guide.

Utrecht Historic Center

A great spot to begin any trip to Utrecht is in the city’s stunning historic center. Compared to other European city centers, Utrecht’s is rather compact, allowing you to see all of the magical city center during a day trip without needing to rush.

Despite its small size, Utrecht’s historic center is a captivating blend of picturesque canals, charming streets, and remarkable architecture, giving a special experience in this friendly Dutch city. Spending time wandering around this area is one of the best things to do in Utrecht.

Dom Tower (Domtoren)

Easily the most recognisable monument in Utrecht and the tallest church tower in the Netherlands, The Dom Tower, an architectural masterpiece of the Netherlands, graces Utrecht’s skyline. Standing 112 meters tall in the center of Domplein Square, it offers breathtaking views of the city.

Built in the Gothic style, the Dom Tower symbolizes the city’s rich history and serves as a reminder of Utrecht’s cultural significance. For a unique experience, I suggest taking the opportunity to climb the 465 stairs to the top for unforgettable, panoramic views of the city.

A standard adult ticket to enter Dom Tower is €13.50, with reduced and free ticket options available. Tickets include access to the lower sections of the tower along with the upper section.

Dom Tower

St. Martin’s Cathedral (Dom Kerk)

Next up during your time in Utrecht, I suggest visiting St. Martin’s Cathedral, also known as Dom Kerk, a church adjacent to the Dom Tower.

Dom Kerk is a magnificent Gothic masterpiece in Utrecht with a stunning interior featuring intricate stained glass windows, ornate chapels, and a rich history dating back centuries to the middle ages.

The church is open at varying times depending on the date of the week as well as the time of year, so make sure to check the daily hours in advance before visiting.

University Quarter

Utrecht University, established in 1636, is a prestigious public research institution located in Utrecht. Situated in the lively University Quarter, this area of the city is brimming with charming and distinct corners, showcasing a side of the local culture that is not to be missed.

The University Quarter features a mix of modern and historic architecture, with charming shops such as vintage shops and trendy boutiques. Also located in the University District of the city in Janskerkhof Square, you’ll find The Janskerkhof Market.

Known for its lively atmosphere and diverse offerings, you can explore stalls selling fresh produce, flowers, local crafts, clothing, and more. It’s a great place to immerse yourself in the local culture, interact with friendly vendors, and discover unique items.

Much of the architecture in the University Quarter is some of the oldest in the city, with a unique blend of Gothic, Neoclassical, Renaissance Revival, and Modern architecture styles. The blend of architecture styles in the area shows a comprehensive past of the city, along with idyllic corners and photo opportunities.

Utrecht University Building

Coffee and Apple Ball at Graaf Floris

Wandering through the enchanting city center of Utrecht in the first half of your one day in Utrecht will likely have left you ready for a sweet pick-me-up. Herein lies the perfect opportunity to try my favorite local sweet treat, apple ball, or “appel bollen”.

Dutch appel bollen are a traditional treat consisting of whole apples encased in dough and deep-fried until golden and crispy, stuffed with a cinnamon and sugar blend.

These treats are truly delicious and best enjoyed somewhere local such as Graaf Floris , a cosy traditional cafe canalside, offering great views, delicious coffee, and possibly the best appel bollen in the city.

Wander the Utrecht Canals

The canals of Utrecht are the lifeblood and soul of the city, offering a charming and romantic atmosphere. When searching for what to do in Utrecht for one day, make a point to explore the Oudegracht and Nieuwegracht canals, lined with cozy cafes, boutique shops, and bustling markets.

Another way of seeing the city through the canals, is to take a leisurely boat tour to discover hidden gems and picturesque views of the city’s architecture.

Taking a boat tour is an ideal and budget-friendly way to witness this symbolic part of the Netherlands but at a fraction of the price you would pay to do a similar boat tour in Amsterdam.

Another option is to take part in a walking tour of the city. With walking tours, knowledgeable guides will share fascinating stories, facts, and insights about Utrecht’s landmarks, architecture, and traditions giving a unique insight into the historic city.

Enjoy a relaxing stroll along the promenades, soak in the vibrant ambience and admire the beautifully restored wharf cellars.

Unlike Amsterdam, the canals of Utrecht consist of two levels, with the bottom level named the Wharf Cellars. The wharf cellars of Utrecht are historic spaces where goods were once loaded and unloaded.

Today, many of them have been transformed into unique bars, restaurants, and shops, offering a glimpse into the city’s rich trading past.

Oudegracht Canal

Dinner at Humphrey’s

For dinner, a wonderful option to take in the surrounding scenery while eating history within the Wharf Cellars is to dine at Humphrey’s, a local restaurant in the heart of Utrecht offering a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Humphrey’s is known for its fixed-price three-course menu, which provides a variety of delicious dishes to choose from. The menu features a combination of international and Dutch cuisine, prepared with fresh and high-quality ingredients for an affordable price.

Trajectum Lumen

If your Utrecht itinerary brings you into the evening hours when the sun has set, one of the most unique and exciting ways to see Utrecht and explore the city is with the artistic light route, Trajectum Lumen.

Trajectum Lumen is a free, captivating light art installation in the heart of Utrecht that is a distinctive display within the city and the perfect way to end your day.

This nighttime experience takes you on a mesmerizing journey through the city’s canals and streets, highlighting its landmarks with enchanting light installations. Follow the designated route to witness the stunning transformation of bridges, buildings, and hidden corners into works of art.

Trajectum Lumen showcases Utrecht’s beauty in a unique and immersive way, offering a magical experience that will leave you awe-inspired. Trajectum Lumen begins after dark and the route of the installations begins in the central point of the city, Domplein Square.

From there, you’ll want to look for the starting signs for the route which then will lead you through the light exhibits in their entirety throughout the city.

Have More Time?

If you have more than one day in the city and are looking to further enhance your trip, there’s still much to see and explore, both in Utrecht and in other nearby areas.

Utrecht has a wide array of unique museums where you can learn more about the history of Utrecht that can be worth visiting if you have a longer period of time:

The Centraal Museum , located in the historic center of Utrecht is a wonderful option. The museum features a wide collection of art from artists worldwide along with a dense collection of art from local Dutch artists spanning from the Middle Ages to contemporary works, including Dutch Golden Age paintings and exhibitions.

For architecture enthusiasts, the Rietveld Schröder House is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an important part of architectural history. The house itself was designed by renowned Dutch architect Gerrit Rietveld in 1924 and is an iconic example of De Stijl architecture that at the time was beyond its’ years in the current architectural style.

The house showcases Rietveld’s innovative use of space, geometric forms, and primary colors and offers a fascinating glimpse into the world of modernist architecture and its impact on design.

If you’re keen to spend time in one of the city’s many green spaces to take an airy break during your stay, one of the best parks in Utrecht is the Griftpark.

Located in the northern part of the city, this spacious park offers a peaceful retreat from the urban bustle, along with outstanding panoramic views of the city thanks to its elevated spot in Utrecht.

And if you’re a fan of fairytale-like castles, then make sure to venture a bit outside the city center to visit De Haar Castle . Though it was only built in the 19th century, its medieval style and beautiful grounds are certainly impressive.

For those looking to venture further out into a nearby city/town, I highly suggest visiting the medieval city of Gouda as a day trip from Utrecht, just about 20 minutes by train from Utrecht.

Gouda is a charming city that offers a rich blend of history, culture, and delicious cheese that, yes, is even more delectable when you taste it from its source! While in Gouda, visit the historic City Hall and the magnificent St. Janskerk, famous for its stained glass windows.

Explore the picturesque canals, enjoy a few cheese tastings, and savor the city’s delightful atmosphere and medieval city center.

Historical Town Hall in Gouda

Where to Stay in Utrecht

Slapen onder de Dom – This cosy B&B is a great option for mid-range visitors to Utrecht. Situated on one of the city’s many canals, they have a range of rooms on offer, a great location and a wonderful breakfast available for guests each morning.

Cozy Pillow – If you’re looking for something a bit more upmarket while staying in Utrecht, then this hip hotel is a great choice. Centrally located close to all the city has to offer, they have a number of bright and comfortable rooms available.

Hostel Strowis – This highly-rated hostel in the center of Utrecht is a great place to stay for budget and solo visitors to this Dutch city. Located close to all of the top attractions, they have both dorms and private rooms along with great common areas and self-catering facilities.

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Utrecht is one of the most delightful cities in the Netherlands, which deserves much more attention than it gets under the shadow of Amsterdam. Spending time in this city full of both old and new with friendly locals is truly a highlight of any trip to the Netherlands.

Are you planning to visit Utrecht in one day? Have any questions about this itinerary? Let us know in the comments!

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Ruta por el Barrio Pijp

Ruta por el barrio de jordaan.

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Este antiguo barrio obrero se ha convertido en el lugar para estar en Amsterdam. Para bien o para mal, todo ha cambiado por aqui en los ultimos 20 años, aunque si lo recorremos bien, todavía es posible capturar algo de la escencia del barrio.

Al igual  a como sucede por ejemplo en el barrio de le marais en parís o kreuzberg en berlín . jordaan no tiene grandes atracciones (alguna sí), pero igualmente es el barrio de moda en amsterdam y donde pasa mucho de la vida cultural de la ciudad., este barrio característico de la zona de los canales de ámsterdam está rodeado por  callejuelas en las que se esconden tiendas a la última, restaurantes y cafeterías tradicionales., jordaan se construyó a comienzos del siglo xvii siguiendo la línea de los antiguos diques , algo que le distingue respecto a otros barrios, ya que aquí la orientación de las calles es inusual., y dentro de esas calles la principal es del rozengracht , que antiguamente fue un canal. si bien quedan canales y el más atractivo es del brouwergracht ., jordaan festival, durante tres días el festival ofrece multitud de actuaciones de artistas dedicados a la canción., el festival se celebra desde 1975 en los alrededores de elandsgracht , marnixstraat y appeltjesmarkt , con una gran fiesta popular y muchos escenarios. también hay juegos para niños, bandas de percusión, cabaret, ópera… pero todo al estilo de ámsterdam..

A. Canal Brouwersgracht 

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Brouwersgracht es un canal de Ámsterdam que conecta los canales Singel, Herengracht, Keizergracht y Prinsengracht. El canal marca el límite noroeste del Anillo de Canales.

En este lugar se ubica la antigua casa de las indias occidentales , donde se gestionaban colonias como nueva ámsterdam (nueva york)., antes de comenzar a caminar, una recomendación para desayunar en un pequeño café muy lindo a pocos metros. el lugar se llama toki y tiene unos postres muy ricos. d iferentes pasteles frescos para elegir. abren temprano, así que es ideal para desayunar., b. noorderkerk.

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El Noorderkerk es una iglesia protestante del siglo XVII.  Esta iglesia tiene una planta octagonal y una superestructura en forma de cruz griega con cuatro brazos de la misma longitud.

La noorderkerk es una de las primeras iglesias del mundo construidas específicamente para el culto calvinista., lo curioso de esta iglesia es que actualmente se suelen hacer conciertos y otras actividades culturales, aunque en amsterdam no es alto tan raro y se suele hacer en varias iglesias., c. plaza noordermarkt y su mercado.

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En el año 1616, esta plaza era conocida como Plaza del Príncipe. Luego cambió su denominación con la construcción de la Noorderkerk, o sea, la iglesia del Norte, un templo protestante construido en ese mismo siglo XVII.

La plaza de noordermarkt es un lugar ideal para comprar todo tipo de objetos , ya que los lunes se celebra un mercado callejero muy conocido., así como los sábados también se pueden ver y comprar los mejores productos de la agricultura ecológica de la zona, ya que aquí los granjeros y agricultores llegan para vender sus mercancías., de camino a nuestra próxima para en la ruta, podemos hacer un descanso en café p96 y tomarnos algo mirando a uno de los canales..

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D. Museo Ana Frank

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Otro clásico de Amsterdam, que tiene su complicación a la hora de visitarlo, debido que hay mucha demanda de entradas.

Hemos publicado una guía sobre como conseguir las entradas online o directamente en la taquilla del museo. si bien no esta exáctamente en jordaan, es cuestión de metros y cruzar el canal., para los que no consigan ingresar, no es mala idea caminar un poco hasta the cold pressed juicery un lugar muy interesante, como unos jugos (zumos) espectaculares., ya también se puede visitar el the pianola museum , que esta muy cerca y es muy lindo museo., e. westerkerk.

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El mayor atractivo que posee Westerkerk es su torre de 85 metros de altura y su campanario. En éste se encuentra una campana que pesa más de siete toneladas.

Una iglesia gigantesca que se la preserva de la mejor forma para que continúe con su aspecto antiguo. una de las mejores vistas de amsterdam. cuesta 4 euros la entrada a la torre, el resto de la iglesia es gratis., la subida a la torre se realiza en grupos de seis personas y es necesario reservar hora en la entrada de westerkerk, algo que recomendamos hacer cuanto antes para no tener que esperar demasiado tiempo. el precio de la entrada de la torre incluye un guía (en inglés) ., f. museo del bote.

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El museo casa flotante (Houseboat Museum) es una excelente forma de conocer como es la vida en estos botes que se utilizan como vivienda a lo largo de los canales de Amsterdam.

Se encuentra en el “hendrika maria”, que inicialmente fue un barco de carga construido en 1913., la vivienda puede visitarse en su amarre cerca de la casa de ana frank . al contrario que en otros museos, se pueden hacer fotografías y también hay una zona de juegos para niños. puedes visitar el barco por tu cuenta con folletos en varios idiomas., esta visita es una magnífica oportunidad para comprobar cómo viven los holandeses. y no sólo en una casa flotante, sino en general, ya que la decoración y el ambiente son típicamente holandeses., y en esta zona terminamos nuestro recorrido por jordaan , después de haber caminado casi todo el barrio., para el fina tres recomendaciones para comer bien y a buen precio muy cerca. la primera opción es  burgermeester , con una hamburguesas de las mejores de amsterdam y además buena variedad de cervezas., otro a pocos metros es divan ‎ , que se especializa en cocina turca , pero con algunos agregados locales., los precios son buenos y cada plato esta bien pensado. el ambiente es bastante familiar, y si tienen dudas sobre que pedir, ellos recomiendan de muy buena gana., y por último uno de nuestros cafés favoritos del barrio, llamado café de laurierboom , muy local, nada turístico, con una barra gigante y juegos de mesa., la música del barrio, en holanda, el jordaan es asociado a la música popular . no existe otro barrio en ámsterdam al que se la hayan dedicado tantas canciones en la cultura holandesa como el jordaan y aquí se encuentran estatuas conmemorativas de varios artistas holandeses., el mejor lugar para ir de compras es la zona de las nueve calles ( de negen straatjes ) y los lunes y los sábados se celebra el noordermarkt, un mercado fabuloso.  pide que te pongan música típica del jordaan., aquí estuvo el último hogar de rembrandt tras su quiebra en 1655; el artista alquilaba una casa en la rozengracht 184 (antiguamente un canal, hoy la arteria principal del tráfico del oeste del barrio) así como un pequeño estudio en la cercana bloemgracht., artículo relacionados más del autor.

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[…] zona de Amsterdam ahora incluye los barrios antiguamente de trabajadores, como Jodaan y Haarlemmerbuurt, y las Westelijke Eilanden (islas del […]

[…] barrio es un imperdible en Amsterdam y le hemos dedicado una ruta. Durante tres días el festival ofrece multitud de actuaciones de artistas dedicados a la […]

El Barrio Jordaan es una zona de Amsterdam construida siguiendo los lineamientos de los antiguos diques y caminos en 1612 y por ello, la orientacion de sus calles es inusual con respecto a las demas.

[…] En el barrio Jordaan de Ámsterdam, los feligreses entraron una vez en secreto a una iglesia a través de un túnel que pasaba por debajo del canal. Ese túnel se abrió en el edificio que alberga el Café Papeneiland, y todavía se puede ver hoy. El mismo nombre del café es un guiño a esta historia: Papeneiland significa «isla de los papistas», haciendo referencia a cómo el edificio era un santuario para los católicos romanos, que también eran conocidos como «papistas» debido a su lealtad al Papa. […]

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