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Royal Amsterdam

Surroundings of Royal Amsterdam Hotel are aimed to represent the vast history, which is why you can choose among several options for your trip.

The multicultural city of Amsterdam loves food and drinks; almost every type of cuisine is represented in the city center and in a wide range of restaurants and bars. The Italian, Argentinean, Mexican, Greek and Indian restaurants are just a small part of the different cuisines you can taste in Amsterdam.

Would you like to choose a more cultural option? Within walking distance from the hotel, there are countless museums and galleries in Amsterdam city centre, such as the Rijksmuseum, famous by its impressive collections from the Golden Age. We strongly recommend you to visit the Jewish resistance museum, just a 5 minute walk from the Royal Amsterdam. When coming back to the hotel, make sure to stop at the Hermitage Museum for a monthly changing exhibition or to visit Artis, the oldest zoo in the Netherlands.

We include some famous places you cannot forget to visit when staying in Amsterdam:

Dam Square

This is the most central square in the city, surrounded by different historical buildings, as the Royal Palace or the NieuweKerk, the new church.

The square also has a 22 meter high obelisk presiding the square and paying tribute to the soldiers who dead during the Second World War.

De Wallen

Is there anybody who has not heard about the De Wallen neighborhood? It is widely known by colorful lights and store windows where lightly dressed women are shown.

Although you can see the windows and walk around the neighborhood, it is extremely forbidden to take any photograph to them.

The canals

The most representative icons in Amsterdam are the Canals and the floating houses (about 2,500 at the moment). You can walk along them or to go on a boat and discover every corner.

There are three canal rings you can ride and recognise the impressive city and its structure!

Bloemenmarkt

Bloemenmarkt , the flower market, is a compulsory attractions you have to visit while you are on the road.

Be fascinated by the wide range of flowers and colours the market has and buy a typical tulip!