November in Amsterdam
Time flies when you’re having fun, the end of 2019 is coming near. And as usual, we made a to-do list for all of our guests!
Are you in Amsterdam this month, then we are your ultimate city guide!
In the ZiggoDome this month is a real premier, Chantal's Pyjama Party. After the success of Chantal Blijft Slapen, she will have her own slumber party at the ZiggoDome on 15 and 16 November. There will be a number of famous guests, including Lil' Kleine, Wibi Soerjadi and Glennis Grace. By buying a pair of pyjamas you even support the Princess Maxima Centre for Paediatric Oncology.
Click here for more information.
Must see and do
Amsterdam Light Festival
Every year you can enjoy the Amsterdam Light Festival in Amsterdam. Dozens of national and international artists work together on a beautiful exhibition. Sail through the canals of Amsterdam and see the works of art while enjoying a glass of (glüh)wine or a bite to eat. You can opt for a real guide, but also for an audio tour! Of course there are also a number of walking routes to experience not only the city, but also the art.
With about 900,000 visitors in 2018, it promises to be a huge success again this year! Would you like to go? Book your tickets here now!
Do you fancy something completely new? Something you've never done before? Something you want to think back to forever? Then book a Pizza Cruise. On this cruise you can see the city from the water, with an English or Spanish guide at your disposal.
During the tour you will not only see and hear things about Amsterdam, but fresh Italian pizza will also be made especially for you. Choose from a pizza with meat, fish or vegetables and drink unlimited wine, beer or soft drinks. Finally, there is even a homemade brownie for dessert.
Combine food with a unique view of the city and make your day complete.
For more information and tickets, click here!
National Maritime Museum
Since we are so into sailing this month, make a trip to the National Maritime Museum. With approximately 400,000 objects, the National Maritime Museum's collection is one of the largest in the world. Discover 500 years of Dutch maritime history in the form of ship models, world maps and paintings.
For more information and tickets, please visit their website.