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Italy Swiss France Netherlands with FREE Excursion to Mount Pilatus13 days & 12 nights
INR 1,89,699
Ultimate European Highlights | FREE trip to Mount Titlis13 days & 12 nights
INR 2,50,878
Gems of Europe | FREE Trip to Prague Castle13 days & 12 nights
INR 2,26,500
European Bonanza with FREE Rhine Falls Tour8 days & 7 nights
INR 1,56,384
London Paris Amsterdam Tour Package7 days & 6 nights
INR 1,24,500
London and Amsterdam Tour Package8 days & 7 nights
INR 86,900

Amsterdam Tour Packages- Browse through a wide range of Amsterdam Holidays Packages with exciting offers at Thrillophilia. Book customized Amsterdam vacation packages with exciting deals & offers.

Take a memorable journey to the capital city of the Netherlands with Thrillophilia’s meticulously crafted Amsterdam Tour Packages. These thoughtfully designed packages promise a seamless exploration of the city, covering iconic attractions and hidden gems. We also provide you with 24/7 customer assistance along with expert guidance which ensures that you have the best experience all through the trip. With the most affordable, convenient, and expert guidance, we promise you the time of your life with your loved ones with the Amsterdam holiday packages.

These packages encompass charming canal cruises, visits to world-class museums like the Rijksmuseum, and strolls through historic neighbourhoods such as the Red Light District. Ranging from the vibrant Dam Square to the culturally rich Anne Frank House, you can catch the essence of Amsterdam without any hassle. You can also immerse yourself in Dutch culture with Netherlands packages, featuring visits to traditional windmills, tulip fields, and local markets. Whether you're a history enthusiast, an art lover, or a leisure seeker, these Amsterdam packages offer a perfect share of activities. Book your slots now and let Thrillophilia curate a magical Amsterdam experience for you.

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Visa Requirements:

A Schengen visa is required to visit Amsterdam which comes within the Schengen Area of Europe. Typically, it's a short-stay tourist visa, valid for up to 90 days within 180 days. The approximate cost in INR ranges from 4,999 to 7,000, depending on various factors.

To obtain the visa, applicants need to submit necessary documents, including a passport with at least three months validity beyond the intended departure, recent passport-sized photographs, a travel itinerary, hotel reservations, proof of financial means, and travel insurance. The application process is done through the VFS Global services, where applicants can book an appointment, submit documents, and attend a visa interview.

Thrillophilia’s Amsterdam Tour Packages often include assistance with the visa application process, ensuring a smooth and stress-free experience for travellers. However, It's advisable to check the latest requirements and guidelines before planning the trip, to ensure a seamless journey to Amsterdam.

Best Time For Amsterdam Trip:

Amsterdam is a year-round destination, welcoming tourists with open arms throughout the year. Its charm persists throughout the peak, shoulder and waning season with each of them offering something unique.

1. Peak Season (June to August): Amsterdam dazzles during the summer months, attracting visitors with pleasant weather and a lively atmosphere. From June to August, the city blooms with vibrant festivals, outdoor events, and bustling canal-side activities. It's an ideal time for those seeking a vibrant and energetic experience. Consider booking Amsterdam Tour Packages from Thrillophilia during this period for a delightful summer escape.

2. Shoulder Season (April to May and September to October): Spring and early autumn bring a quaint charm to this capital city. From April to May, witness the city's transformation with blooming tulips and mild weather. September to October offers quite a similar kind of experience. The shoulder seasons provide a balance between favourable weather and fewer crowds, making it an ideal time for peaceful exploration.

3. Waning Season (November to March): Embrace the quieter side of Amsterdam during the winter months, from November to March. While temperatures may drop, the city takes on a cosy and magical ambience. Winter markets, festive lights, and fewer tourists play a crucial role in setting up an ideal atmosphere. Amsterdam Packages during the waning season offers an enchanting experience for those preferring a more tranquil visit in the holiday season. 

How to reach Amsterdam:

Choosing air travel is the safest and fastest option from India to Amsterdam. Numerous connecting flights operate from metro cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, and Bangalore, connecting you to the Dutch capital. Our tailored Amsterdam tour packages are designed keeping in mind your flight schedules, ensuring smooth airport transfers on your trip.

Direct Flights: 

  • From: Bangalore, Mumbai, New Delhi, Pune, Kolkata
  • To: Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam
  • Major Airlines: Qatar Airways, Air India, Etihad Airways, Air India, KLM Royal Dutch, Air France, Oman Air, IndiGo, Finnair, Virgin Atlantic and Gulf Air.

Places to Visit on Amsterdam Tour:

Here are some of the best places to visit in Amsterdam Trip:

1. The Anne Frank Museum

No matter what kind of Amsterdam Packages you sign up for, your tour is bound to take you to the famous Anne Frank Museum. It is the erstwhile home of possibly the most famous victim of the Holocaust- Anne Frank and her family. Relics from her life can be found in the house where she lived while hiding from the Nazis, and the whole experience is bound to induce goosebumps.

Location: Westermarkt 20, 1016 GV Amsterdam, Netherlands

Timings: Sunday to Friday (9:00 am - 7:00 pm), Saturdays (9:00 am - 10:00 pm) 

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2. The Van Gogh Museum

The Van Gogh Museum is one of the largest stock houses of Van Gogh’s paintings. You will not only find some of the most iconic paintings of Van Gogh in this museum, but also a number of artefacts that belonged to the troubled painter. You will also get a keen insight into his tragic life and death, along with the depth and meaning in his paintings.

Location: Museumplein 6, 1071 DJ Amsterdam, Netherlands

Timings: Monday to Sunday (9:00 am - 5:00 pm) 

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3. Rijksmuseum

Founded in 1809, the Rijksmuseum is possibly Amsterdam's most iconic attraction. It is home to a number of fascinating artefacts that are a testament of Amsterdam’s rich history and colourful culture. With more than 35,000 books and 5,000 precious paintings, this is a museum you must visit when you are in Amsterdam. Enhance your exploration with an Amsterdam tour package, ensuring a comprehensive and enriching experience of the city's cultural heritage.

Location: Museumstraat 1, 1071 XX Amsterdam, Netherlands

Timings: Monday to Sunday (9:00 am - 5:00 pm)

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4. The Jordaan

If there was a neighbourhood that compares to the famous Greenwich Village, this would be it. The Jordaan is one of the most beautiful neighbourhoods in Amsterdam, popular for its narrow canals, quaint pubs and cafes, boutique stores and incredible scenic beauty. It is the perfect place to visit if you want an authentic taste of Amsterdam’s unique local culture. 

Location: Amsterdam city centre 

Timings: Open 24 hours, all days of the week 

5. Vondelpark

Vondelpark is one of the more beautiful recreational parks in Amsterdam. It is a place where locals gather to participate in activities like cycling, jogging, having a picnic or just relaxing by the beautiful lake in Vondelpark. It is a great place to get some fresh air and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere. If you're planning to explore Amsterdam, don't miss out on experiencing Vondelpark as part of your itinerary with tailor-made Amsterdam packages. It is also one of the oldest parks in Amsterdam and was built in the 17th century.

Location: Van Baerlestraat & Vondelpark Museum Quarter, Amsterdam The Netherlands

Timings: Monday to Sunday (8:00 am - 10:00 am) 

6. Begijnhof

Begijnhof is one of the oldest and most beautiful neighbourhoods in Amsterdam that you must visit when you are in the city. The beautiful, winding lanes of the neighbourhood pass between some of the oldest houses in Amsterdam, and it is a great place to check out the history and architecture of the place. You can also unwind in a secluded park within Begijnhof, if you are seeking a peaceful and relaxing evening in Amsterdam. 

Location: 1012 AB Amsterdam, Netherlands

Timings: Monday to Sunday (9:00 am - 5:00 pm) 

7. The Botanical Gardens and Zoo in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is known for its incredible natural beauty and its many exotic flowering plants which grow here, all of which can be seen represented in the Botanical Gardens and Zoo. Apart from the beautiful flowers that you can find here, you can also check out animals like marine creatures and coral reefs at the zoo. The place was built in 1638, making it one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world. Enhance your Amsterdam experience by exploring these attractions with specially curated Amsterdam tour packages. 

Location: Plantage Middenlaan 2a, 1018 DD Amsterdam, Netherlands

Timings: Monday to Sunday (10:00 am - 5:00 pm) 

8. The Oude Church

If you are interested in the history of the city of Amsterdam, you must pay a visit to one of the oldest churches in Amsterdam- The Old Church or the Oude Kerk. It was built in 1306 and had several elements added to it over the centuries such as the famous tower in the 16th century and the church windows during the Dutch Renaissance, which makes it perfectly representative of the history of Amsterdam. You can also catch a breathtaking view of the entire old part of the city from the church tower.

Location: Oudekerksplein 23, 1012 GX Amsterdam, Netherlands

Timings: Monday to Saturday (10:00 am - 6:00 pm), Sunday (1:00 pm - 5:30 pm) 

Things to do in Amsterdam Trip:

Here are some best things to do in Amsterdam:

1. Visit the Neighborhood of Jordaan: What used to be the working-class neighborhood of Jordaan is now one of the most bustling, elite places in Amsterdam. It is an artsy nook in the city, dotted with art galleries, independent shops, curiosity displays, and much more. Enhance your exploration with tailored Amsterdam tour packages, ensuring you don't miss out on any of the hidden gems this vibrant neighborhood has to offer. 

2. Indulge in a Canal Cruise: No tour of Amsterdam is complete without a trip on the famous 17th-century canals that maneuver their way through the city. The canal belt in the city is lit up at night and takes you through some historical places during the day. It is definitely one of the more interesting ways of discovering Amsterdam.

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3. Try the Local Cuisine: Amsterdam has a wonderfully unique local cuisine that you must sample when you are on your Amsterdam tour. Some of the things that the city is famous for include stroopwafels, herring, salt cod, poffertjes (mini pancakes), satays, and their famous oorlog French fries. To enhance your culinary experience, consider exploring curated Amsterdam packages that offer a delightful blend of sightseeing and gastronomic adventures.

4. Go For Museum Hopping: If there is one thing that Amsterdam is famous for, then it is its rich history spanning several centuries. It is also known for its many world-class museums, most of which house precious artwork and historical pieces that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. If you are interested in history, culture, royalty, paintings, art, science, or anything else, chances are, you are going to find a massive museum dedicated entirely to your taste. 

5. Experience Dutch Culture at Westergas: A neighborhood that earlier used to be an industrial neighborhood has now been turned into one of the city’s most artistic lanes and cultural hubs. It attracts tourists, artists, cyclists, food-lovers and history-enthusiasts from all over the world because of its uniqueness. You can find many quaint cafes serving hand-made local food, microbreweries, shops for many small, boutique and creative businesses as well as an art-house cinema. It is the perfect place to spend an afternoon with good food and good company, in the heart of Amsterdam. 

6. Sample the Local Beer at De Gooyer Windmill: Whether you are a beer lover or not, visiting the microbrewery at the De Gooyer windmill is one of the most fascinating experiences in Amsterdam. The De Gooyer Windmill is home to Brouwerij T IJ, an award-winning brewery with their in-house recipes, which are some of the best-kept secrets of Amsterdam. They also have a beautiful outdoor seating area where you can sample their drinks, and also take a guided tour of the microbrewery. Enhance your Amsterdam experience by exploring various beer tasting tours and activities included in Amsterdam tour packages.

7. Shop at one of the Biggest Flea Markets in Europe: A lot of people travel to Amsterdam exclusively to indulge in shopping. Make the most of your trip by visiting IJ Hallen, one of Europe’s biggest and best flea markets. You can expect to find everything imaginable, from clothing, furniture, refurbished designer items, jewellery, antiques, vintage clothing, and of course, a delectable range of street food. The market is set up inside an old, industrial warehouse, which adds to the rustic, old-world feel of the place. Whether you are going to IJ-Hallen to shop or just to look around, there is guaranteed to be something that catches your fancy. 

Popular Restaurants to visit on Amsterdam Tour:

1. Ashoka Restaurant: Ashoka, located near Dam Square, is a culinary haven which you must include while planning your Amsterdam tour packages. This restaurant boasts a rich menu featuring classics like Biryani and Chicken Korma along with some of the best Indian vegetarian recipes. The warm, vibrant interior enhances the dining experience, providing a taste of Indian hospitality. Ashoka endulges fresh ingredients ensuring a flavoursome journey through the diverse and aromatic Indian palate. 

2. Ganesha Restaurant: Ganesha is another must-include in your Amsterdam trip packages. Situated along the picturesque canals, it stands out for its exquisite South Indian dishes and cosy setting. From flavorful dosas to spicy curries, the menu caters to varied tastes. It also serves the best paneer saag and chicken madras in the country. Its inviting decor and friendly staff make it a popular choice for both locals and Indian visitors alike.

3. Mayur: Renowned as one of the oldest Indian restaurants in the European country, Mayur is a must-visit when longing for familiar flavours during your Amsterdam tour. Whether you're a local or a tourist with a penchant for Indian cuisine, Mayur stands out as the go-to place for authentic Indian dishes. If you want to have some of the best tikkas, biryanis and naans, then consider including them in your Amsterdam travel packages. It proudly asserts itself as one of Amsterdam's finest Indian restaurants, consistently meeting expectations and ensuring a delightful culinary experience.

4. The Seafood Bar: If you are a seafood enthusiast, you can consider including the Seafood Bar in your Amsterdam Tour Package. Located in the city centre, it offers a variety of fresh catches, from oysters to lobster. The vibrant and lively atmosphere complements the ocean-fresh flavours, providing a quintessential Dutch seafood experience. The Seafood Bar's commitment to quality and sustainability ensures a delightful culinary journey for seafood connoisseurs.

5. Pasta e Basta: Situated in the Jordaan district, Pasta e Basta promises an Italian feast for the senses. This charming eatery is known for its opera-singing waitstaff and freshly made pasta dishes. From classic Spaghetti Bolognese to creative seafood options, the menu caters to those seeking an authentic Italian dining experience. The intimate setting and musical accompaniment make Pasta e Basta a unique and memorable stop for foodies.

6. Restaurant De Kas: Located in a greenhouse dating back to 1926, Restaurant De Kas offers a farm-to-table dining experience. The menu showcases seasonal, locally sourced ingredients, creating a dynamic and ever-changing culinary adventure. With its elegant setting and lush surroundings, diners can enjoy a blend of Mediterranean and Dutch flavours. Restaurant De Kas provides a sophisticated atmosphere for a unique culinary journey with a focus on freshness and sustainability.

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How much does an Amsterdam trip cost?

Thrillophilia offers a wide range of European and Netherlands tour packages covering Amsterdam along with a visit to other European cities. A standard 5-day, 6-night Amsterdam Tour Package starts from INR 1,00,000 and can go up to 2,50,000 depending upon the type of accommodation chosen and the experiences included. However, Thrillophilia has several affordable options which allow you to cover the whole of Amsterdam without breaking the bank.

Is 4 days enough time to see Amsterdam?

Yes, 4 days is ample time to experience the unique essence of Amsterdam. In this timeframe, you can explore the iconic canals, visit world-class museums like the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum, and wander through charming neighbourhoods. Enjoying a canal cruise, discovering historic landmarks, and immersing yourself in the local culture are all achievable within this timeframe. While there's always more to explore, a well-planned 4-day itinerary allows you to capture the highlights and unique charm of this vibrant city.

Is the Amsterdam visa-free for Indians?

No, Amsterdam is not visa-free for Indians and requires a Schengen Visa which is a quite hassle-free and affordable process. Thrillophilia’s Amsterdam holiday packages from India come with visa assistance and let you plan out your visit without worrying about anything. Our team of experts handle the entire process with ease and allows you to focus on the planning without the worry of visa and other formalities.

What is the cost of a visa to Amsterdam?

The cost of a visa to Amsterdam in INR depends on various factors like the type of visa and duration of stay. Generally, for a short-stay Schengen tourist visa, the fee ranges from 4,500 to 7,000 INR. It's essential to check the latest fees and requirements through the official embassy or consulate channels. Ensuring your documentation is in order and understanding the fee structure beforehand helps in planning and budgeting for a smooth visa application process.

What documents must one carry on an Amsterdam trip?

While planning out your Amsterdam tour package from India, ensure that you have the following documents in place-

  • Passport: Ensure your passport is valid for at least three months beyond your planned departure.
  • Visa: Check and carry the required Schengen visa for your stay duration.
  • Travel Insurance: It's wise to have comprehensive travel insurance covering health, trip cancellations, and lost belongings.
  • Flight Tickets: Carry printed or electronic soft copies of your flight itinerary and tickets.
  • Accommodation Details: Keep reservation details for your stay in Amsterdam.
  • Currency: Carry Euros or a credit/debit card allowing international transactions for your expenditures.

Is Amsterdam expensive to visit?

Amsterdam, known for its vibrant culture and rich heritage need not be a strain on your wallet. With Thrillophilia's Amsterdam Tour Packages, exploring this charming city becomes not just affordable but a memorable experience. From cosy accommodations to seamless transfers, these packages cover everything without breaking the bank. Affordable dining options and an efficient public transport system make Amsterdam a budget-friendly destination. Thrillophilia's Amsterdam packages from India ensure you enjoy the best of the city without worrying about excessive spending, making your visit both economical and delightful.

How much money do I need for a 7-day trip to Amsterdam?

For a delightful 7-day Amsterdam getaway, Thrillophilia offers affordable Amsterdam Tour Packages starting at INR 1,00,000. The total cost can vary based on factors like accommodation preferences, dining choices, and selected activities. These thoughtfully curated packages ensure a seamless experience, covering accommodations, transfers, and key attractions. With Thrillophilia's Amsterdam vacation packages, you can enjoy a week-long exploration without worrying about excessive expenses.

What sort of climate can I find in Amsterdam?

Amsterdam welcomes visitors with a temperate maritime climate, making it a pleasant destination throughout the year. Summers offer mild temperatures ranging from 17°C to 20°C, ideal for exploring the city's vibrant streets and outdoor attractions. Winters are cool but not harsh, hovering around 2°C to 6°C, creating a charming atmosphere with occasional snowfall. Spring and autumn boast moderate temperatures, making them delightful seasons to experience Amsterdam's beauty. With Amsterdam Tour Packages or Amsterdam Netherlands vacation packages, you can explore the city comfortably, embracing its diverse climate and enjoying a memorable journey.

Is food and drink expensive in Amsterdam?

While Amsterdam is known for its culinary delights, food and drink need not be a financial burden. The city offers a range of dining options to suit various budgets. From charming street markets serving affordable local bites to cosy cafes with reasonably priced meals, Amsterdam caters to all. Exploring the city's diverse food scene becomes an enjoyable and cost-effective experience. Whether you're savouring Dutch specialities or international cuisines, the variety of options ensures that food and drink in Amsterdam are accessible and enjoyable for all. 

Is it safe to travel to Amsterdam?

Yes, Amsterdam is undoubtedly considered a safe and welcoming destination for travellers. The city's low crime rates and well-maintained public spaces contribute to a secure environment. Locals are friendly, and the city's infrastructure prioritises the safety of both the residents and visitors. Tourists can comfortably explore its beautiful canals, historic sites, and vibrant neighbourhoods without concerns. Like any other city, it's advisable to practise general precautions, such as safeguarding your belongings and being aware of your surroundings.

What languages are spoken in Amsterdam?

In Amsterdam, Dutch and English are widely spoken with the former being the country's official language. Many locals and service providers are very fluent in English, making it easy for tourists to communicate. Additionally, you may also come across people conversing in other languages, reflecting the diverse and multicultural atmosphere of Amsterdam.

What sort of nightlife is there in Amsterdam?

The nightlife in Amsterdam is so popular that there are special Amsterdam Packages that explore just the night clubs, parties and other social hubs in the city. Here are some places you must visit when you are in town: 

1. Go clubbing: Amsterdam is home to some of the best nightclubs not only in the Netherlands but in all of Europe. You can check out places like Melkwek and Club Hartje and Paradiso- where you can catch some great live music and dance the night away.

2. Check out the Red Light District: The Red Light District of Amsterdam is world-famous, despite its seedy reputation. It is an important part of Amsterdam’s culture, and you can witness a unique side of the city when you walk through the fascinating lanes of the Red Light district. 

3. Visit the canals: 
The canals of Amsterdam take on a whole new face at night when they light up after sundown. You can even take a late-night canal ride. Apart from taking a ride on a boat on the canals, one of the most beautiful things to do at night in Amsterdam is to walk along the canals while watching the lights get reflected on the waters. 

4. Seek out a secret bar or cafe: There are several small, homely cafes and restaurants and bars that are open till late at night. If you are wandering the streets, then seeking out one of the many cafes in the city is the perfect way to experience the famous coffee-shop culture of Amsterdam. Some signature late-night Amsterdam cafes are Barney’s Coffee Shop, 420 Cafe and Cafe Brecht. 

5. Catch a concert at Concertgebouw: Concertgebouw is one of the oldest concert halls in the world, and you can catch classical music concerts there even today. The hall remains open till late in the evening when there is a concert taking place, and you can catch moving performances by some of the best classical musicians in the world. 

6. Visit the museums by night: 
Some of the famous museums in Amsterdam, such as the Van Gogh museum, remain open till quite late at night and even have special night-time tours that you can sign up for. The magic of an illuminated museum by night is an experience that you must have when in Amsterdam.

Which are the best places for shopping in Amsterdam?

Amsterdam is a hub for a lot of designer boutiques, quaint shopping centres and streets which sell souvenirs and are curious. You can book unique Amsterdam Packages that explore some of the most popular shopping areas in Amsterdam.
1. Magna Plaza:  Magna Plaza is an ancient building with three floors full of stores selling clothes, cheese, jewellery, accessories, cosmetics and much more. You can also catch a bite to eat at the Grand Café Ovidius. 

2. Waterlooplein Flea Market: Most Amsterdam Holiday Packages include a stop at the famous Waterlooplein Flea Market, one of the most popular open-air markets in Amsterdam. You can find things like bicycles, furniture, books, jewellery, clothes, electronics, art and much more. 

3. Kalverstraat: This is a luxury shopping street in Amsterdam that you must visit as a part of your Amsterdam tours. The street is lined with stores belonging to international brands like H&M, Lush, V&D and Zara.

4. IJ-Hallen: IJ Hallen is considered the biggest flea markets in all of Europe. It is located indoors, inside an abandoned warehouse, and the range of products and the general aesthetics attracts thousands of people every year. The market is especially known for their vintage clothes, refurbished furniture, antique offerings and much more. 

5. The Nine Streets: Nine Streets are some of the oldest canal districts in Amsterdam, where you can check out hundreds of shops exuding an old-world charm. You can find several boutique clothing and jewellery stores, artisanal cafes, art galleries and quaint restaurants. 

6. Spiegelkwartier : If you are fond of vintage and artistic things, then there is no better place than Spiegelkwartier. It is a hub for paintings, sculptures, glasswork, ceramics, collectables from all across Europe and Asia, and antique jewellery that you are unlikely to find anywhere else in the world. 

What are the best places to stay in Amsterdam?

Depending on the nature of your Amsterdam Holiday Packages, you can choose one of the many safe and accessible areas and neighbourhoods in Amsterdam, where you can find the perfect hotel for the duration of your holiday. 

1. Old Centrum: Old Centrum is an important historical hub of the city, and a very convenient area to take up lodging when you are in town. It is also one of the most accessible places, right in the heart of Amsterdam, and can be accessed by bus, tramways, trains, cycles and cars. If you are visiting Amsterdam for the first time, this is the perfect place to stay as it is safe, accessible and you can find all kinds of accommodations here. Some of the best hotels in this area are Ambassade Hotel, DoubleTree by Hilton, Radisson Blu and Kimpton De Witt. 

2. Grachtengordel South: This is one of the newer, up-and-coming neighbourhoods of Amsterdam that is located beside one of the many beautiful canals in the city. You can find luxury hotels like the Waldorf Astoria, as well as smaller homestays and inns in this beautiful place, which is highly accessible and perfect for a young crowd, looking for pubs and clubs. Some of the other best hotels in this area are Hotel Nicolaas Witsen, Backstage Hotel and Verdi. 

3. The Jordaan: The Jordaan is considered the biggest cultural hub in all of Amsterdam, where you can stay like a local when you are passing through town. It is a beautiful neighbourhood overlooking a lake, with all the hotels in the area having convenient access to beautiful stores, cafes, boutiques, studios and much more. All the hotels are located near the main road, and you can also find several hostels in the area. Some of the best places to stay in this area are Hotel Mercier, Melrose Hotel, Mr Jordaan and Hotel Cappuccino. 

4. Amsterdam Noord and Eastern Docklands: If you are searching for modern accommodations, you can always check out the Eastern Dockland, whose wide, open spaces and rooms overlooking the sea are the perfect places to stay during your vacation. The avant-garde architecture and modern housing options are perfect for a change from the medieval feels of the main city. Some noteworthy places to stay in this area include NH Amsterdam Noord, Bastion Hotel, Hotel Jakarta, Lloyd Hotel, Movenpick Hotel and Hampton by Hilton. 

5. Haarlem: Amsterdam can be quite expensive and if you are travelling on a budget, the best place to stay would be somewhere in Haarlem. They have several sharing hostels which are affordable and safe for backpackers. It is also quite close to the city centre, for easy accessibility. Some of the best budget-friendly stay options in Haarlem include Stayokay, Boutiquehotel Staats, Haarlem Hotel Suites and Amrâth Grand Hotel Frans Hals.

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