Amsterdam Travel Planner
Address of venue: Beurs van Berlage, Damrak 243, 1012 ZJ Amsterdam
We are working with the hotel service of the venue, Beurs van Berlage, to help you find the best hotel rates at discounted prices. Most likely, using our service will get you the best rates possible.
1. Best strategy: tap on the hotel service link, and you'll be redirected to the hotel service page to find discounted rates on a large list of hotels in Amsterdam. Visit: HOTELS
2. We also have recommended hotels listed with descriptions of each area of Amsterdam that you may want to review (Finding a hotel), and then go to our hotel service site to book for a discounted rate. Visit: HOTELS
3. Please read descriptions of each area below to help in your search.
4. Want to find a restaurant to add to your experience in Amsterdam? Visit our top-rated restaurants listed on our restaurant page, along with many tips to help you enjoy your stay. Visit: RESTAURANTS
Conference Participants: watch for the link in your inbox soon to download the INSPIRE 2018 Conference App, where you'll find many more tips to enjoy your stay in Amsterdam, including: Amsterdam Overview, Planning Your Stay, Best Restaurants, Top Sights, Top Activities
Find some of the best rates for hotels in Amsterdam!
Het Centrum: tourist sights, easy access to public transportation, shopping, and proximity to the venue are among the many upsides of staying in the center of Amsterdam. Downsides include noise and hotels that often lack character.
The Jordaan: historic Dutch ambiance and architecture fill this quiet area, along with candlelit restaurants. The district is only minutes from the venue and de Dam in the center of Amsterdam.
Museumplein: this semi-suburban neighborhood in the area of Vondelpark and Museumplein is near the Rijks museum and van Gogh museum. Positives include good hotel values and proximity to multiple museums. Downsides include the distance to the venue (at least a 30-minute walk or more than 10-minute tram ride to the venue).
West Amsterdam: facing historic canals and showing ornate lobbies, you may feel transported to another century in the stately canal side hotels of the Toren and Hotel Ambassade.
Tips for accommodations: request for a quiet room in the back of the hotel if you are a light sleeper. You'll see construction cranes and bricklayers throughout Amsterdam's cobbled streets. Parking is as bad as driving in Amsterdam, and not recommended. Canal houses have steep stairs, with no elevators. If stairs are challenging for you, be sure to ask if your hotel has an elevator, and ask how many and how steep the stairs are.
Amsterdam's Top Attractions
van Gogh Museum
Day 1: Anne Frankhuis & de Jordaan, with Canal Cruise
Day 2: Museumplein, Vondelpark, and Leidseplein
Day 3: Plantage, Jewish Cultural Quarter, and Nieuwmarkt
Day 4: de Pijp, Heineken Experience, and het Centrum
Day 5: Cycle to Haarlem
Amsterdam: In-Depth Videos
Below, the Extended Guide and Complete Episode both show you the main highlights of Amsterdam, along with history and background. They take more time, but if you prefer to plan thoroughly, you may find them extremely helpful.
Traveling Outside Amsterdam
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