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  • So you want to go to Amsterdam, but

  • you don't know what to do other than

  • visiting coffee shops in the Red Light District...

  • Don't worry. There're coffee shops in

  • other neighborhoods, too.

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  • This is the top ten things to do in Amsterdam.

  • Number 1: rent a bike.

  • The Netherlands is the most bicycle

  • friendly place on the planet, and

  • the best way to get around Amsterdam

  • is on two wheels.

  • The city is connected by these little bike

  • highways, and you can literally get

  • anywhere in the city on a bicycle.

  • But be careful and be warned...

  • Dutch, extremely friendly as they are,

  • will not tolerate people F***ing around

  • in the bike lane.

  • Number 2: the Red Light District.

  • We know that your entire plan revolves

  • around smoking a Dutch Tulip, sitting in

  • a coffee shop , watching the ladies of the

  • night beckoning you from across the

  • canal, but there's so much more in

  • Amsterdam to do than that.

  • Locals don't do either of those two vices.

  • The Red Light District is the historic

  • core of the city.

  • It dates back to the 17th century when

  • the Netherlands, and Amsterdam in

  • particular was the hub of global trade.

  • There're tons of canal houses, tons of history

  • if you can wash away that smoke

  • cloud and get out and explore the city.

  • You're not supposed to smoke in public.

  • There're tons of rules around it.

  • You're supposed to do it in private

  • or in the coffee shops.

  • If you do smoke weed, read the laws

  • and be respectful.

  • Also, just to clarify, there're coffee shops

  • and then there are cafes.

  • If you just actually want a coffee,

  • do not go to a coffee shop.

  • Go to a cafe

  • because they don't sell coffee

  • at the coffee shops. Well they might.

  • They don't. Probably do.

  • Spliffs.

  • Number 3: the Van Gogh Museum

  • Vincent Van Gogh was one of the most

  • famous Dutch painters.

  • He's an impressionist, and he's

  • also my favorite artist, as you may be

  • able to tell.

  • Regardless, the Vincent Van Gogh

  • Museum is an essential stop for any

  • visitor to Amsterdam.

  • It's a three or four story cube building

  • that is full of Vincent's artwork,

  • his personal letters to his brother.

  • It really does give you a very in-depth

  • look into Vincent Van Gogh's life and

  • the things that influenced his artwork

  • and ultimately his tragic end.

  • Number 4: Museumplein.

  • More sober minds might actually like

  • looking at museums, and in the

  • Museumplein, which means Museum

  • Square, you're going to have a couple

  • of great options.

  • First up you've got the Rijksmuseum,

  • which has tons of Rembrandt and the

  • Dutch masters who were famous for

  • landscapes and still life.

  • Around the corner, you also have the

  • Stedelijk Museum, which is the

  • modern art museum, and there's a really

  • cool grassy area that's kind of at a slant

  • that's perfect for watching the sky

  • or having a picnic.

  • There's also the IAMsterdam sign,

  • which is the essential selfie stop for

  • any visitors.

  • If you want some real artistic inspiration,

  • or if you're just looking for a place to

  • chill out, head over to Vondelpark.

  • It's basically this beautiful expanse of

  • ponds, willow trees, and it's just a nice

  • little area of green right in the city center.

  • This beautiful ten acre park is right next

  • to the Van Gogh Museum, so why don't

  • you just combine the two into an epic

  • afternoon.

  • Number 6 is Oud West.

  • This is one of the most diverse

  • neighborhoods in Amsterdam.

  • It's a really cool place with tons of

  • great food, coffee shops......

  • cafes or coffee shops?

  • Cafes. I mean cafes.

  • I'm sure there're coffee shops there, too.

  • It's just a funky part of town.

  • And if you want to live life like a local,

  • I think this is one of the most accessible

  • neighborhoods to get into.

  • There's also a really cool spot called the

  • Foodhallen, which is a food hall.

  • It opened a few years back, and it's

  • got a bunch of great pop-up restaurants.

  • This is a destination in itself.

  • One of my favorite types of food

  • that I didn't even know existed is

  • surinamese food, and you can find it all over

  • the Netherlands. Literally, it's so good.

  • Do yourself a favor: check out

  • a Surinamese restaurant when you're in Amsterdam.

  • Number 7: Amsterdam Noord

  • Another up and coming neighborhood is

  • Amsterdam Noord.

  • It used to be the heart of the Dutch

  • ship building industry.

  • It's recently been taken over by artists

  • and entrepreneurs who formed an

  • artist colony at NDSM, which used to be

  • the largest ship building factory in the world.

  • Open for visitors, so go check it out.

  • Overall a great neighborhood.

  • If you're comparing it to New York,

  • formally known as New Amsterdam,

  • Amsterdam Noord would be like Brooklyn.

  • Number 8: Brourwerij't I J

  • I don't know how to pronounce it, but it's

  • a brewery, and it's in an old windmill.

  • Obviously, everybody knows the Dutch

  • beers, like Heineken and Amstel,

  • but this brewery is a craft brewery,

  • and it's in a very old Dutch windmill.

  • Definitely worth a visit, if only for a pint

  • outside, overlooking the canal.

  • Number 9 is King's Day.

  • If you're able to visit Amsterdam in the

  • spring, plan around April 27th.

  • This is King's Day.

  • It's a giant street parade that celebrates

  • the king's birthday.

  • It used to be known as Queen's Day.

  • If you've heard about that, it's the same

  • holiday, but now they have a king instead

  • of a queen.

  • If you can't visit in the spring time,

  • come in summertime.

  • The biggest festival of the summer is the

  • Pride Festival which celebrates

  • Amsterdam's long history as one of

  • the most tolerant places on earth.

  • It happens the first week of every August.

  • Number 10: escape the city.

  • The Netherlands is actually the most

  • densely populated country in Europe.

  • Fact. Yeah. And...

  • that means that exploring different cities

  • is really easy.

  • Just outside of Amsterdam you have

  • towns, small towns like Edam, famous

  • for its cheese,

  • Zaandam, famous for its windmills,

  • or Rotterdam, famous for being totally

  • flatten and rebuilt with amazing

  • architecture.

  • If you haven't seen our videos from

  • Rotterdam, click here.

  • All right, guys. Those are our top ten

  • tips on Amsterdam.

  • If you're from Amsterdam or you've

  • been there, leave your own tips in the

  • comment section so other travelers can

  • learn from your advice, and vice versa.

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  • keep exploring, and we'll see you guys

  • on the road. Peace.

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