Amsterdam Travel Coverage
The Dutch Way: Tulips, Windmills and Barnyard Animals
A mother recalls a favorite ritual with her young daughter, visiting some of Amsterdam’s many neighborhood children’s farms or petting zoos.
- August 30, 2016
By RUSSELL SHORTO
Tourism and global hipsterism have transformed the city where I once lived. But not entirely — the canals endure.
At Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum, Art on the Plate
By EDWARD SCHNEIDER
The cooking at Rijks is precise and imaginative in both flavor and technique.
A Religious Museum Expands in Amsterdam
By DIANE DANIEL
The reconfigured Our Lord in the Attic Museum in Amsterdam, with exhibits that cover the theme of religious freedom, will open this week.
20 Years After Honeymoon, a Return Trip to Amsterdam
By HELENE STAPINSKI
Returning to our honeymoon destination for a family vacation was a little less romantic, and certainly less trippy.
Sail Amsterdam 2015 Set for August
By DIANE DANIEL
The nautical festival will host 43 tall ships and begin with a parade of hundreds of historic ships along the North Sea Canal.
In Amsterdam, Loving Rembrandt Again
Two exhibitions prove the enduring popularity of Rembrandt, who lived and worked in Amsterdam starting in late 1631 and died there in 1669.
Home Exchange 101
Lending your home in exchange for someone else’s is kind to your budget and offers a chance to act like a local.
Are European Museum Passes Worth the Money?
By INGRID K. WILLIAMS
The answer: It depends. That said, here are some things to consider if you’re visiting Amsterdam, Madrid, Florence or Paris.
Hotel Review: Fletcher Hotel in Amsterdam
Comfortable with a shower in the middle of your room? You just might be ready for a stay at this property that’s six miles outside the city center.
Hotel Review: Sir Albert Hotel in Amsterdam
This property, which opened a year ago in a former diamond factory, offers warmth and personality just a 10-minute stroll from notable museums.
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