WELCOME IN AMSTERDAM
I am always such a happy girl when I can visit Amsterdam, it makes me think sometimes that I should move there.
A girl can dream right? Who knows what will happen in the future but for now I am more then happy to visit this city for a couple of days.
Perfect to get some quality time with your boyfriend or for a girls trip.
But where to go? Since there are so many things to do!
Well, today we’re talking tips and places I visited.
Well, everyone knows Bagels&Beans, so I don’t have to tell you much about this place!For those who have never been to Bagels&Beans, time to make a change! It is the perfect place to get some energy after your arrival.
Fresh juices, coffee, bagels and most of the time biologic.
No time for a get away? No worries, you can visit this place all around the Netherlands!
The Breakfast Club Amsterdam
It’s like a little girl going to the candy store.
This place is thé place you should visit if you love food, hotspots and sorry not sorry, Instagram photos.
We went for the egg breakfast and the Paris breakfast.
I have to admit, the croissants are de-li-cious!
With some fresh orange juice and my daily caffe latté, I was more then pleased.
Monday – Thursday from 08:00 till 23:00.
Friday – Saturday from 08:00 till 00:00.
Sunday from 08:00 till 23:00.
Are you staying for a longer periode or you’re cooking yourself during your stay?
This market gives farmers the space to create good and healthy products.
Having respect for the animals and taking care of the nature, are you joining?
- Beethovenstraat 75
- Bilderdijkstraat 108
- Ceintuurbaan 402
- Gelderlandplein 118
I love going to the 9 streets, vintage stores or boutique’s, but I also love to go to the shopping district for the MONKI, Lush or Topshop store.
- City Centre: Dam, Nieuwendijk, Kalverstraat, Leidsestraat, Rokin, Heiligeweg
(H&M, Forever21, Pull&Bear, Bijenkorf)
- The 9 Streets: in the Jordaan
(Vintage, great place to shop original gifts)
- Amsterdam Markets
P.C. Hooftstraat, Van Baerlestraat, Cornelis Schuytstraat, Beethovenstraat
For those who have the budget, the P.C. Hooftstraat is the most luxurious street in Amsterdam South.
For those who haven’t the budget and for fashionista’s…
The stores and shop windows are totally worth the visit.
The Chanel store
Café de Paris
I’m going to be honest, the credits are for my bf, since he was the one who wanted to go here, and I’m happy we did!
Looking for a place where you can eat varied? This is the place.
Wine, hamburgs and pasta fruit de mer. I think it was the best one I ate since I went to Croatia.
The service is just lovely (and international), great vibe and budget friendly!
When you’re done with dinner, you can have drinks at the bar on the other side of the building. Tested and approved.
Rokin 81/83 / Nes 96
1012 KJ Amsterdam
+31 20 620 2442
Amsterdam is full of musea’s, that are beautiful but sometimes it’s time for something new. When you’re having that feeling or the weather is terrible, visit House of Bols
This musea is pretty inspiring and not like the musea’s you know.
I’m not going to spoil anything, find out yourself!
They have great cocktails…
- Do you like “heavy” cocktails? Try one with the Maltwine
- Are you a Mojito fan? Ask the bartender for their alternative
Do you have questions or you want more hotspots, places to go out?
ASK! I’m excited to answers the questions.
Visiting Amsterdam and one of these places? Let me know what you think about it.
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