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City trip to Amsterdam

 

 

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Anne Frank's house

The story of Anne Frank has been read by millions of people all over the world. The original house of Anne Frank is now a very impressive museum. Here you can experience how the family Frank hid during World War 2. Children will also enjoy a visit, but we recommend that they are at least 10 years old. A visit to Anne Frank's house will leave nobody unmoved.

 

 

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NEMO

Everything kids have always wanted to know about science and technology can be found here. And the fun part is that children can experience everything for themselves. By doing experiments and undertaking fun activities they learn whilst playing. The little professors will have a great time here. And the whole family can take a nice break on the beautiful rooftop terrace that has a view over the centre of Amsterdam.

 

 

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9 Streets

The 9 Streets is the collective name for 9 picturesque shopping streets in the Amsterdam canal area. A very lively and fun district full of vintage shops, boutiques, shops with lifesyle products, book shops, restaurants and cafes. You're sure to find something here that is just what you've been looking for.

 

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Some tips about eating and drinking in Amsterdam:

  • In general the service charge is included, but in Holland it is very common to leave a tip when you are satisfied.
  • Explore the small streets and alleys. This is often where you find the best places to eat.

Eating with children

Of course you can go to famous chains like Mac Donalds, but in almost every restaurant in Amsterdam you will find a child's menu. Often it is something like fries with fish or meat, plus apple sauce of course! Also high on the list for children is a visit to an old Dutch pancake house.

 

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