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Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Amsterdam, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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Our audio guide will accompany you in every corner of Amsterdam, giving you privileged information and secrets that only an expert would know. Let your ears guide you and transform your trip into an unforgettable experience! It doesn't matter if you are an experienced traveller or a newcomer, this audio guide is perfect for everyone. Download it now and immerse yourself in the cultural richness of Amsterdam!

About the city of Amsterdam: Your comprehensive guide

Get ready to explore a city where historic canals meet cutting-edge art scenes! Here, 17th-century Golden Age splendor coexists with a vibrant, contemporary culture. Whether it's the cozy "brown cafes," world-renowned museums, or innovative design that grabs your attention, you're in the right spot. And you absolutely can't miss the iconic Anne Frank House. Before you go, make sure to try some mouthwatering local cuisine like stroopwafels and Bitterballen. Trust us, they're a must-try!

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

In Amsterdam, foodies can expect a delightful culinary journey infused with rich flavors, unique preparations, and diverse influences. A must-try is the traditional Dutch dish, Stamppot, a hearty meal featuring mashed potatoes mixed with vegetables, typically accompanied by sausage or meatballs. It's a true reflection of Dutch home cooking. Bitterballen, golden and crispy deep-fried balls filled with ragout, are quintessential Dutch appetizers, typically enjoyed with mustard and a beer.

Speaking of beer, don’t miss out on experiencing Amsterdam’s craft beer scene, where you can savor a variety of local brews, each with its distinct flavor profile and brewing technique. Heineken and Amstel are globally recognized, but smaller breweries like Brouwerij ‘t IJ and De Prael offer unique flavors and artisanal blends.

Raw herring is another Amsterdam specialty, usually served with onions and pickles. The locals enjoy it by holding the fish by the tail and taking a bite. For those seeking a sweet delight, Poffertjes, small, fluffy pancakes, are drizzled with powdered sugar and butter, creating a mouthwatering treat. Another sweet indulgence is Stroopwafel, two thin waffles sandwiching a layer of sweet syrup, an ideal companion to a cup of coffee.

Cheese lovers will be in paradise in Amsterdam. The Dutch are renowned for their cheese, with Gouda and Edam being the most famous. Explore local cheese shops and markets to sample and learn about the vast array of Dutch cheeses available. Amsterdam is also home to several Indonesian restaurants due to historical ties, offering a chance to experience the intricate flavors of Indonesian cuisine, with Rijsttafel (rice table) being a standout, featuring an array of small dishes accompanied by rice.

As for beverages, don't miss out on Jenever, a traditional Dutch spirit from which gin evolved. It's typically enjoyed neat but is also used as a base for various cocktails. Lastly, be sure to venture into Amsterdam’s café culture. With a plethora of cafes scattered across the city, it's the perfect opportunity to experience Dutch coffee, renowned for its high quality, paired with a slice of Dutch apple pie, known for its crumbly crust and spiced apple filling.

Throughout the tour, we will point out the nearest recommended restaurants and eateries at each spot, based on Google user opinions, ensuring you get to savor the best gastronomical delights Amsterdam has to offer.

Transportation and getting around the city

When you hit Amsterdam, one of the coolest things is that getting to the city center from Schiphol Airport is a piece of cake. You can catch a train directly from the airport; it’s a quick 20-minute ride, and you’ll find yourself right at Amsterdam Central Station. This is a good shout if you’re on a budget or just like to keep things simple.

Once you're in the city, you're going to want to explore, and Amsterdam makes that easy. Public transport here includes buses, trams, and metros, and they can get you almost anywhere you need to go. You can grab a reloadable OV-chipkaart or pick up a day pass if you plan on hopping on and off all day. It’s a neat way to zip around the city and soak in the sights.

Oh, and speaking of sights, Amsterdam is like, made for walking. The city center is pretty compact, and you’ll find loads of cool stuff, from coffee shops to museums, just by wandering around. The Jordaan and De Pijp are great neighborhoods to explore on foot, lots of quirky shops and cafes.

If you fancy cycling, which is super Dutch, there are plenty of places to rent a bike. It’s a cool way to live like a local and see the city at your own pace. Just remember to lock up your bike; it’s like a cardinal rule here.

Now, if you’re not much into public transport, taxis are everywhere, and they’re pretty reliable. Uber is also around if you prefer app-based rides. A bit pricier, but hey, sometimes convenience is key, right?

For a different spin on the city, those canal cruises are pretty iconic. They give you a relaxed way to see Amsterdam from its famous waterways, and you can usually snag tickets at any tourist info spot or directly at the canal cruise companies around Centraal Station or near major attractions.

And if you want to take it easy and see the city from a double-decker, there’s the hop-on-hop-off bus. It’s a chill way to get an overview of the city, and you can grab tickets online or at various points around town. You just hop off when you fancy, explore, and then catch the next one when you’re ready to roll to the next spot.

So, there you go! Whether you’re into trains, trams, bikes, or boats, Amsterdam’s got a bit of everything. Enjoy your trip!

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Van Gogh Museum . Rijksmuseum . Stedelijk Museum . De Wallen . Canals of Amsterdam .

3d : Van Gogh Museum . Anne Frank House . Rijksmuseum . Vondelpark . Stedelijk Museum . Bloemenmarkt . De Wallen . Canals of Amsterdam .

5d : Van Gogh Museum . Anne Frank House . Rijksmuseum . Vondelpark . Stedelijk Museum . Royal Palace . Bloemenmarkt . Dam Square . De Wallen . Rembrandtpark . De Nieuwe Kerk . Canals of Amsterdam .

All : Van Gogh Museum . Anne Frank House . Rijksmuseum . Vondelpark . Stedelijk Museum . Heineken Experience . NEMO Science Museum . Royal Palace . Amsterdam Centraal . Rembrandthuis . A'DAM Lookout . ARTIS . Singel . Albert Cuyp Market . The National Maritime Museum . Bloemenmarkt . The Oude Church . De 9 Straatjes . Eye Film Museum . Moco Museum . Hortus Botanicus . BODY WORLDS . Brouwerij 't IJ . Madame Tussauds . Skinny Bridge . Hermitage . Our Lord in the Attic Museum . Dungeon . Dam Square . Jordaan . De Wallen . Amsterdam Museum . Micropia . NDSM . Amstelpark . Westerpark . Oosterpark . Tropenmuseum . This is Holland . Red Light Secrets Museum . Rembrandtpark . Ripley's Believe It or Not! . Museumplein . Grand Hotel Amrâth Amsterdam . De Nieuwe Kerk . Sarphatipark . Verzetsmuseum Amsterdam - Museum of WWII Resistance . Hash Marihuana & Hemp Museum . National Monument . Basilica of Saint Nicholas . Museum of the Canals . Museum Van Loon . WONDR Experience . Beatrixpark . STRAAT Museum . De Poezenboot - La Barca dei Gatti . Waterlooplein Market . Museum Vrolik . Amsterdam Tulip Museum . Molen Van Sloten . BIMHUIS . Canals of Amsterdam .

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