DGTL Festival will be entertaining thousands of revellers on Easter weekend with an electric mix of electronica tunes at the NDSM Werf in Amsterdam Nord. So set the standard for your short stay in Amsterdam and join in with the party on April 19 and 20.
Museum Weekend 2014 will enable you to visit around twenty Amsterdam museums for free or at heavily discounted rates during April 5 and 6. With at least one special event at each museum this weekend makes for an interesting and fun addition to a short stay in Amsterdam.
If you’ve been to Amsterdam before, you already know that it’s got its fair share of weird buildings. Ranging from masterpieces of the avant-garde to houses whose very existence seem to contradict the laws of gravity, there’s no shortage of eye-catching architecture in the Dutch capital. When you’re in town, be sure to keep an eye out for these especially strange specimens.
A troubled genius, famed for his self deprecation and vibrant landscapes; Vincent Van Gogh is admired across the world. Though was his untimely end merely a simple tragedy?
Perfectly positioned within Amsterdam’s hugely popular Vondelpark, the delightful Open Air Theatre attracts the crowds with its entertaining performances of music, theatre and comedy, all of which are completely free of charge. Offering something for everyone, the Open Air Theatre hosts its events over the weekends of the summer months and is an attraction not to be missed when visiting the city.
Renowned for its heaving tourist crowds, raucous atmosphere and infamous window displays, Amsterdam’s boisterous Red Light District is the last place you would expect to find one of the capital’s most enchanting cultural gems, Ons’ Lieve Heer op Solder, a remarkable museum drenched in history, charm, and above all, inimitability.
As with any modern city Amsterdam has art galleries and plenty of them! Maybe it’s because of the Dutch fondness for the painted medium or their many prolific artistic sons, but it can be said that Amsterdam has art for all.
Choose one of our Amsterdam apartments near RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre and plan your holiday to explore the cultural offer of PAN Amsterdam.
With lots of our Amsterdam apartments located in the picturesque area of Plantage, you’ll be able to visit the magnificent Hermitage Amsterdam with real ease!
Founded in Amsterdam in 1955, the World Press Photo constitutes an independent, non profit organisation that produces over 100 exhibitions each year across the globe, alluring admirers in their droves through astounding visual journalism. This emphatic tour of prize winning photography is regarded as the most popular of its kind in the world, which strives to expose both the horror and beauty of modern life through the lens.