You're planning a trip to Amsterdam, a city you have never visited or visited once before but don’t quite remember what is where and how it works. You've had plenty of recommendations but you are not quite sure where to begin. Are you considering visiting Amsterdam during winter but are afraid of the weather conditions? You don’t know how the public transport works, where you should buy tickets or how you should plan your trip? You will find all these answers in these articles.

Finding your way in Amsterdam

You're planning a trip to Amsterdam, a city you have never visited or visited once before but don’t quite remember what is where. You've had plenty of recommendations but you are not quite sure where to begin. It’s not very clear where to go first and what to see later. Preferably you want an easy-to-follow route so you won’t find yourself running around the city like a headless chicken. You want to visit all those places on your list and you don’t want to miss a thing. You want the entire mind-blowing experience.

So how do you plan in advance? And how do you maximize your navigation skills like a true Amsterdammer? Click HERE to find the most useful tips to make your holiday easy, smooth and perfect.

Public Transport in Amsterdam and the Netherlands

  
Are you planning on visiting Amsterdam and have decided not to rent a car? Clever decision! Not only it is not necessary to have a car in Amsterdam city center, but with so many pedestrians, bicycles, scooters, trams, trucks and other vehicles, driving is not easy, and on top of that parking is very expensive. The solution is obvious: walk, because you really only get to know a place on two feet. Having said that, if you get tired, if you would rather not walk in the rain, or if you want to go outside Amsterdam, public transport can be helpful.
Click HERE to read all the information you need about public transport in the Netherlands, so you can use it (almost) like a local.

How to cope with the European winter weather

Are you considering visiting Amsterdam during winter but are afraid of the weather conditions? I completely understand! What you need to do is first understand the weather forecast and how the temperature, the humidity and the wind influence the way we experience the cold, then plan the trip in advance, and finally prepare accordingly. So what should you do, how should you organize it all and what should you pack? Click HERE to find all these answers.