Art, History And Nightlife Surrounded By Countless Canals And Beautiful Parks
Daan Ginneken

Beat the crowds by paying a morning visit to some of Europe's most riveting museums surrounding the Museumplein. Pick and choose from the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum or the Stedelijk Museum.
Buy your lunch at a local grocery store on the corner of the Museumplein and go for a stroll in the lovely Vondelpark, where you can stare at the crowds passing you by while you're savoring your picknick lunch.
Canal ring Amsterdam Unesco World Heritage Site
Do as the Dutchies do and explore the UNESCO World Heritage grachtengordel (rings of canals) on your rental bike.
Hermitage Amsterdam
Drive your bike along the stately merchant houses lining the canals and pass by the Hermitage Museum and the Royal Theather Carre before shifting back from wheels to feet as your mode of transportation.
Café Koosje
Before heading into Amsterdam's oldest neighborhood, dive into some of the picture perfect old cafe's to get a taste of some of the Nation's proud beers and gather some energy for the rest of the night.
Enjoy an exquisite dinner at The Dylan
Enjoy an exquisite dinner in the old world interior of The Dylan, one of Amsterdam's Michellin Star rated restaurants.
Red Light District / De Wallen
Go for an after-dinner stroll through the Red Light District in the heart of the old city center. Hop into one of the small bars between the 'windows with the red lights' to stare outside and laugh at all the passersby who are so desperately trying to look like they're not looking
Meet the locals in one of the countless bars surrounding the Leidseplein before finally heading to my favorite late night club, Club Air
I would stay at: Amsterdam American Hotel - Hampshire Eden
Stay at the American Hotel, close to all the action.