Amsterdam is without a doubt one of the most picturesque cities in the world. No wonder filmmakers have used the city as their decor for decades. In this blog we give you our top 5 famous movies in which Amsterdam plays a star role. Visit these locations with our Hop On – Hop Off Boat.
If you're going to visit Amsterdam, checking the weather forecast is one of the things you're most likely to do several times. Silently you're hoping it's going to turn the weather in Amsterdam into something sunny and bright at the moment you arrive.
Enjoy the beauty of light during the Amsterdam Light Festival and let the city brighten up your days. For all lovers of art and light.
It is always a good idea to visit Amsterdam, but during the Christmas period Amsterdam really is at its best. With the beautifully decorated shops, lively atmosphere in the streets and gifts on display in the shop windows, you will immediately be in a Christmas mood.
Certificate of Excellence winners include accommodations, eateries and attractions located all over the world that have continually delivered a superior customer experience.
Sensational 360° views of Amsterdam at LOOKOUT, the best beer in the world at Heineken Experience and a shuttle canal cruise connecting those two attractions.
NBTC Holland Marketing and Respons have published the ‘TOP50 Day attractions’ for 2014. The list contains the most popular amusement parks, zoos, museums, tours, cruises and other places of interest in the whole of the Netherlands. With more than 1.4 million visitors, Canal Company is in fifth place. The first four places are taken by the Efteling, the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum and the Zaanse Schans.
Canal is introducing as many as two apps as your personal guide on the canals. One especially for the Hop On – Hop Off Boat and another one for the other cruises. With the app, you can see where you are, look at photos and read information about the places of interest in the neighbourhood. After downloading, you will also have a good map available (which will also show where you are, offline as well) during your visit to Amsterdam.
The Jan van Riebeeck boat is not new to the canals, but its drive system is. With an electric engine and batteries, the canal boat has now been given a second, ‘zero emission’ lease of life, with which it fully meets the standards of tomorrow. In 2025, all boats on the canal must be emission-free, and the conversion of the Jan van Riebeeck shows that this is also possible with existing boats.