Amsterdam

Amsterdam From its humble origins as a city crowded around a dam of the Amstel river Amsterdam has grown up to be one of Europe s most beautiful and well loved cities The Rough Guide to Amsterdam is an indispe

  • Title: Amsterdam
  • Author: Martin Dunford Phil Lee Rough Guides Karoline Densley
  • ISBN: 9781848365155
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Paperback
  • From its humble origins as a city crowded around a dam of the Amstel river, Amsterdam has grown up to be one of Europe s most beautiful and well loved cities The Rough Guide to Amsterdam is an indispensible tool in discovering the works of Rembrandt and Van Gogh at the Rijksmuseum, navigating your way through the winding streets that follow the flow of the city s canals,From its humble origins as a city crowded around a dam of the Amstel river, Amsterdam has grown up to be one of Europe s most beautiful and well loved cities The Rough Guide to Amsterdam is an indispensible tool in discovering the works of Rembrandt and Van Gogh at the Rijksmuseum, navigating your way through the winding streets that follow the flow of the city s canals, and seeking out the hottest nightspots in the Leidseplatz This guide includes everything you need to know to eat, drink, and sleep in this most intriguing and captivating of cities.

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  • My first visit to Amsterdam was boring (thank you Fodors). I went to the tourist traps (Anne Frank Hause, Sex Museum, Medieval torture museum), toured the red light district, giggled at smoke shopsHowever, during my second visit I was in possession of a more enlightened guide (as well as staying with my Dutch friends). Yes, there IS a condomerie, and you should visit it! You should also party at the Ministry of Sound, move to a houseboat, and spend New Year's in an inappropriately themed warehou [...]


  • desperately needs updating while the outlay is fine, three things make me regret my purchase :1. the maps are awful on Kindle, Kindle iOS etc.2. the text layout is awful on Kindle iOS 3. much of the information is out of date ( ticket price from schiphol to centraal is NOT 6,30€ but more like 8€, and the chip card has been mandatory for all least 6 years now ) while many people flock to the city center and the canal rings, there is so much more to see, in up and coming new neighborhoods like [...]


  • Jak zachwalałam zawsze praktyczne przewodniki Pascala, to ten nie przypadł mi do gustu. Po pierwsze jest z 1998 r kiedy był jeszcze kawałek czasu do wstąpienia Polski do Unii Europejskiej i strefy Schengen. Poza tym od 1998 roku Pascal udoskonalił układ. W tym wydaniu układ leżał i nawet jeśli kwiczał, bo bardzo słabo.


  • Is it too much to tell us what mode of transport we may choose to take to a sight? It's a mainstay in guidebooks these days.


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