- 1 Is 5 days in Amsterdam too much?
- 2 Is a week too long in Amsterdam?
- 3 Is a trip to Amsterdam worth it?
- 4 Is Amsterdam an expensive city?
- 5 Is everything open in Amsterdam?
- 6 How much does it cost to stay in Amsterdam for a week?
- 7 Which is the best area to stay in Amsterdam?
- 8 What is Amsterdam known for?
- 9 Is 2 nights in Amsterdam enough?
- 10 How many days do you need in Netherlands?
- 11 What goes on in the Red Light District Amsterdam?
- 12 Is 3000 euro a good salary in Netherlands?
- 13 What is the cheapest month to go to Amsterdam?
- 14 Is 60k a good salary in Amsterdam?
Is 5 days in Amsterdam too much?
Re: 5 days in Amsterdam – Too much? NO. Five days is a good start to your Journey.
Is a week too long in Amsterdam?
Re: Is 1 week in Amsterdam too long or just right? Yes a week is a good start for a trip in October, as the weather can be very changeable at this time of year. There will still be heaps to do though. I strongly suggest seeing the city from canal level, so a rondvaartboot trip is a must.
Is a trip to Amsterdam worth it?
“Yes!” Amsterdam is absolutely worth visiting for new and experienced travelers. I had a lot more fun in Amsterdam than I had originally expected (which is why you don’t believe everything you read in travel forums), and at this point, I would recommend the city to anyone coming to Europe.
Is Amsterdam an expensive city?
Amsterdam is one of the 10 most expensive places to live in Europe. So yes, Amsterdam is definitely not cheap to live in. Especially ‘binnen de ring’ (in the most central neighbourhoods) prices could be double or triple compared with places in for example Friesland or Limburg.
Is everything open in Amsterdam?
Exploring Amsterdam Most of Amsterdam’s public venues are currently open. Take additional safety precautions into account. For updated information about the coronavirus measures at museums, cinemas, restaurants, bars and other attractions, check government.nl.
How much does it cost to stay in Amsterdam for a week?
So how much does it cost to go to Amsterdam? My research estimates approximately $2,255 per person for one week including flights, accommodation, food, transportation and attractions, and some extra spending money.
Which is the best area to stay in Amsterdam?
Amsterdam-Centrum is the best area to stay in Amsterdam. It holds all the main attractions, restaurants and cool cafes. However, you can split Centrum up into smaller districts that have different vibes. We’d recommend Westerpark or Oud Zuid.
What is Amsterdam known for?
Amsterdam is famous for its canals, beautiful houses, ‘coffee’ shops and Red Light District, but there’s plenty more to this liberal city than most visitors realise. Rick, our local ambassador in the Dutch capital, shares 17 delightful things to do and see for free!
Is 2 nights in Amsterdam enough?
2 days in Amsterdam is enough time to see the major highlights and central neighborhoods. But if you want to really dive into the museums, explore more of the parks, etc., you’ll want an extra day or two.
How many days do you need in Netherlands?
We recommend spending at least four days in The Netherlands. In four days, you can visit the most famous highlights in Amsterdam and surroundings. However, when you have more time and want to explore more sights, cities, and villages, you’ll need 10 days to do a full roundtrip through the Netherlands.
What goes on in the Red Light District Amsterdam?
The Amsterdam Red Light District is not only about prostitution and coffee shops. You can find a great variety of sex shops, peep shows, strip clubs, sex theaters and typical Dutch brown cafes. The RLD is also home to many gay bars and cinemas which can be found on the very busy Warmoesstraat.
Is 3000 euro a good salary in Netherlands?
For all of Holland (no Amsterdam surcharges): around 3000-4000 euro gross per month which usually (taxes and social security premiums) translates to between 1500-2000 euro net in hand.
What is the cheapest month to go to Amsterdam?
The cheapest time to visit Amsterdam is definitely winter, except for the weeks around the Christmas holidays. Prices start to go down in November and stay low until late February.
Is 60k a good salary in Amsterdam?
Very decent! If you are IT person and fit for 30% criteria, you will most probably get it, they grant it easily. That means that you will pay significantly less then locals, and that salary it rather nice for 2 even minus tax, with 30% discount will be very nice.