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Amsterdam, The Netherlands Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 238
Total Sleeping Rooms 27,137
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 610
Committable Meeting Rooms* 72
Convention Center Space 108,300 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 4,181 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate EUR 208
Average Daily Meal Cost EUR 127
Average Weekly Car Rental EUR 150
*Maximum for a single hotel

Amsterdam, The Netherlands Things to Do and Attractions

Westerpark

Part of Amsterdam West, this park combines expansive greenery with the Westergasfabriek's wealth of cultural goings on and is home to a varied mix of independent shops, old-school street markets, shiny new restaurants, and traditional cafés. It is a

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Blijburg aan Zee

The 'Blijburg' city beach is located at the artificial island 'IJburg' and is open to people of all ages. The beach bar/lounge offers great food for a beach bar and also hosts parties. You can reach the beach via a 15 minute ride on tram 26 from

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Vondelpark

Vondelpark is one of the most famous parks in the Netherlands that is visited by around 10 million people each year. The park is located south of Leidseplein and near Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum, and Van Gogh Museum. Free concerts are held at the

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Natura Artis Magistra

Natura Artis Magistra (Artis Royal Zoo in Esglish) is one of Amsterdam's premier visitor attractions. The magnificent zoo is set in a large park in the picturesque Plantage area of the city. It is home to some 900 animal species and 250 varieties of

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Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

Rijksmuseum is a Dutch art museum located at Museumstraat 1 that opens daily from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The museum showcases 8,000 artistic and historical objects that tell the story of 800 years of Dutch history, from the year 1200 right up to the

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Van Gogh Museum

This popular museum displays the world's largest collection of works by painter Vincent van Gogh. The building is located at the Museumplein in the Amsterdam South borough. The Rietveld building's spectacular designed galleries focus on the

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Vinkeles

This beautifully decorated restaurant is housed in an old bakery at the Keizersgracht canal. Vinkeles’ intimate and historic setting provides the perfect ambiance to enjoy the classic yet contemporary style French cuisine offered there. The place is

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Restaurant Bussia

This fine Italian restaurant offers an adventurous and imaginative menu that comprises of freshly made pastas, bread, and pastries. Located in the charming 9 Streets, amongst the beautiful canals of Amsterdam, the open kitchen and mezzanine level

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Bridges Restaurant

This restaurant is located between the two oldest canals in the heart of the city. Not many people know that the building was originally founded as a 15th-century convent. The food served here can be best described as a bridge between Dutch and

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Paradiso

The Paradiso is a concert hall, club, and cultural center located at Weteringschans. The concert hall has a capacity to accommodate 1,750 people, and is used for hosting live musical concerts and festivals. The club at Paradiso is used regularly for

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EYE - Film Instituut Nederland

The EYE museum showcases exhibitions and film screenings. The building has four modern cinemas: one with 315 seats, two with 130 seats, and one with 67 seats. The museum also offers plenty of space for exhibitions (1,180 square meters), educational

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Dutch National Opera & Ballet

Dutch National Opera creates and performs dramatic musical art, focusing on quality, diversity, and innovation. They take a fresh approach to the opera classics, rediscovering repertoire that has seldom been performed, and by creating brand-new

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The West Church (Westerkerk)

The Westerkerk is important Protestant church in Amsterdam. Its bell tower, the Westerkerk Tower, offers a beautiful view of Amsterdam from its balcony. The church is open to visitors all year round for no charge, while the tower is open to visitors

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Jordaan

One of the most famous neighborhoods in Amsterdam, the Jordaan is full of hidden courtyards, cafés, art galleries and outdoor markets. The Noordermarkt is a popular flea market that opens in this area on Mondays. One can find a mix of second-hand

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Anne Frank House

Anne Frank wrote her world-famous diary while hiding in this house in occupied Holland. The museum is open to visitors every day at 9 am. Anne Frank lived with her family in the annex of the building at Prinsengracht 263 for more than two years. The

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