When you think of Amsterdam, images like clogs, tulips, cheese and windmills spring to mind. But beyond the clichés lie unique sights. Just outside the city, there’s the Zaanse Schans museum, detailing the history and symbolism of the clog, and other tradtional crafts.
The most famous place to buy tulips is the Bloemenmarkt, along the Singel, and you can find flavourful cheeses at the smart Reypenaer tasting room. Meanwhile, eight windmills remain in Amsterdam, the most famous of which is De Gooyer.
It’s a great place to sip a beer, as it’s right next to the award-winning artisan brewery.
Price: From £93 per night
Week-end break Hotel 3*
The offer is valid during July, August and September 2013 for a double room including breakfast.
We can also arrange flights from your chosen airport.
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