The capital of The Netherlands is already for years one of the most popular gay destinations of Europe. Besides the high number of gay people living in Amsterdam, there are also many gay venues and excellent museums such as the Van Gogh museum, Het Stedelijk Museum and the Rijksmuseum. Most of the gay venues are around the street Reguliersdwarsstraat, although this is changing. Also around the river Amstel, the Zeedijk and the Kerkstraat there are several gay bars, shops and clubs.



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Dikker & Thijs Fenice Hotel

Dikker & Thijs Hotel is housed in a beautiful historical building at the Prinsengracht in Amsterdam. Within 5 minutes you find yourself at the Kerkstraat, and the Reguliersdwarsstraat is not much further. The hotel has non-smoking rooms with free WiF

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Eden Hotel

At an excellent location, in the heart of Amsterdam, you will find the Eden Hotel Amsterdam. From this hotel it is very easy to explore both the many tourist attractions and the gay scene of Amsterdam. To the Hermitage Amsterdam it is only a five minute walk, to Museumplein (Museum Square), where you will find the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk Museum and the Van Gogh Museum it is 15 minutes by tram.
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Albus Hotel Amsterdam City Centre

The Albus Hotel is a perfect hotel for your stay in Amsterdam. The hotel has great facilities and is situated at a central location in Amsterdam. From the hotel it is a short walk to the Reguliersdwarsstraat and the Kerkstraat. The hotel has excellent connections to public transport. The nearest tram stop is Herengracht. Tram number 4, 16, 24 and 25 stop here. You can also rent bicycles at the The
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BackStage Hotel

The BackStage Hotel Amsterdam is a unique hotel, designed for music lovers. Paradiso, where the Rapido Parties are organize is within walking distance of the hote. Other music venues like the Sugarfactory and the Melkweg are also close to the hotel. Even the larger venues like the Ziggo Dome and the Amsterdam Arena are within a half an hour from the hotel. Other facilities of the hotel are a shutt
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Hotel Jakarta Amsterdam

Hotel Jakarta Amsterdam is a unique hotel in Amsterdam. This newly build hotel is an environmentally friendly, zero emission hotel. If you compare the hotel to other hotels in Amsterdam, the rooms are much more spacious. Another plus point of the hotel are the spacious comman areas. The hotel is situated in the Zeeburg district of Amsterdam a ten minute tram ride from Amsterdam Central Station. To
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Bitterbal Amsterdam

Bitterbal Amsterdam, formally know as Hotel Toon is a tastefully decorated boutique hotel in the center of Amsterdam. The hotel only has five rooms, that are equipped with great amenities including free wireless internet. Near Bitterbal Amsterdam you will find many of Amsterdam's famous sights such as the Skinny Bridge and The Flower Market. The hotels' location is immediately behind the Reguliers
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Hotel Residence Le Coin

Hotel Residence Le Coin is nice hotel right in the center of Amsterdam. From the hotel you can stroll along the canals of Amsterdam to various attractions and many gay venues of Amsterdam. The rooms are spacious, especially for Amsterdam standards. The rooms are equiped with large windows so there is plenty of light. Hotel Residence Le Coin offers both single and multiple rooms. All rooms have acc
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Motel One Amsterdam Waterlooplein

Motel One Amsterdam is a stylish and affordable hotel located in the heart of Amsterdam. The hotel features modern and comfortable rooms that are designed to offer guests a relaxing and comfortable stay. It is an ideal place to stay for tourists who want to explore the city's top attractions. The city's canals are a must-see, and guests can take a canal tour to explore them. Other popular tourist
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Amistad Hotel

Amistad Hotel is a small hotel with basic facilities at an excellent location in Amsterdam. The hotel is located closely to several gay bars & clubs and music hall De Melkweg. From Amistad Hotel it is easy to visit other parts of the city. From the nearest tram stop it is just ten minutes to both the central train station as to the Museum Square. On the Museum Square you can find the Rijksmuseum,
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Room Mate Aitana

Room Mate Aitana is a lovely design hotel located near Amsterdam Central Station. All beautifully designed rooms feature large windows that enable excellent views of Amsterdam. The bathroom is fitted with a hairdryer and shower, and complimentary toiletries are provided. You can enjoy a breakfast buffet in the morning. If you prefer to have breakfast in your room, that is possible as well. Enjoy s



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  • What Are the Most Important Holidays & Closing Days in Amsterdam?
  • There are many important holidays in Amsterdam. The Queen’s Day is one of the favorites of many. It is the time to celebrate the birthday of Queen Juliana, where everyone is required to wear orange dresses. Various events take place throughout Amsterdam and even outside the city.
    The Grachtenfestival, known as the festival of the channels, is another much-anticipated event for the locals and even other tourists.
    If you are a die-hard fan of classical music, this festival is for you. It is usually held from August 12 to August 21. For nine days, concerts are held in different parts of the city, including shops, parks, churches, and libraries.

  • What is the Best Time to Travel to Amsterdam?
  • It is between April and May. But it is still good to go to Amsterdam in September, October, and November. There are fewer tourists, and you can avoid a large crowd. The temperature is also mild. But if you do not mind the winter, why don’t you explore Amsterdam during the cold season? It will also be fun but prepare your clothing.

  • What are the General Opening and Closing Hours of Shops / Museums?
  • Your travel to a city like Amsterdam won’t be completed without exploring its shops and museums. But what are the opening and closing hours for most commercial establishments and museums in Amsterdam? Well, it is similar to most European countries. For shops, it is from 8 am to 6 pm. On Saturday, it is close at 5 pm. On Sunday, almost all establishments are closed.
    On the other hand, museums open at 9 am and close at 5 pm. Sometimes, they extend it up to 6 pm.

  • How Far is the Nearest Airport from Amsterdam?
  • The nearest airport to the city is Amsterdam Schiphol, and the travel time will only last for 14 minutes. The train is also accessible, which is operated by the Dutch Railways. From Schiphol Airport to Amsterdam, it will require around 20 minutes. The ticket is also affordable. It ranges from 360 to 800.

  • How Do I Get from the Airport to My Hotel?
  • There are many gay hotels Amsterdam near the airport. If you are from Amsterdam Schiphol to YOTELAIR Schiphol, you can take the train, which will only need 15 minutes of travel. That’s fast and perfect for those who want to get rest after a tiring flight.

  • How Do I Get from the Central Train Station to My Hotel?
  • If you are from the Amsterdam Central Station, there are many means of transportation to your hotel. You could take a bus or taxi. But if you want to enjoy the scenery around the central train station to the hotel of your choice, you could walk for sure.

  • Is it Easy to Find a Parking Spot in Amsterdam?
  • Like other larger cities in the world, going by car into Amsterdam will not be easy, especially when you are not familiar with the streets. To make things simpler, you can make a reservation for the parking space you need. But is there such a thing as a free parking space? Unfortunately, it does not exist there. The hourly price for on-street parking is around 5 euro. On the contrary, a day ticket costs between 30 and 45 euros.

  • Is it Easy to Use Public Transport in Amsterdam?
  • While it is hard to find a free parking lot, the public transport in Amsterdam is not the same thing. In fact, it is convenient and straightforward. GVB, a reliable name in the industry, operates an extensive network in the city, which connects the neighborhoods by ferry, train, bus, tram, and metro.

  • Is it Easy to Get a Taxi in Amsterdam?
  • Taxis are also handy when traveling around Amsterdam, even at night. But be careful when getting a taxi. Choose the one that carries a roof light and blue license plates. While some provide cheap services, always rely on a trusted service provider for your safety and peace of mind. If you have a terrible taxi experience, you can send your complaints to www.taxiklacht.nl. or you can call at 0900-202-1881.

  • What Are the Main Attractions of Amsterdam?
  • Actually, there’s a lot of attractions in Amsterdam, and you will be overwhelmed by the variety of options.
    If you are an art enthusiast, Rijksmuseum will be your best bet. As an important art repository in the city, Rijksmuseum is home to a vast collection of antiquities and rare art. There are a million cultural artifacts and 8,000 paintings. What’s more, Rijksmuseum has a well-stocked library with over 35,000 manuscripts and books.
    If you are a fan of Van Gogh, Amsterdam is where to find the largest collection of Van Gogh paintings and artifacts. Overall, Van Gogh Museum displays 200 paintings, 700 letters, and 500 drawings. That’s massive. So when you are in the city, do not miss this museum.
    Other popular landmarks and attractions are the Museum of the Tropics, National Maritime Museum, NEMO Science Museum, Amsterdam Museum, and The National Monument.

  • Which Hotels are Near the Rijksmuseum?
  • Good choice! Rijksmuseum won’t disappoint you. But which hotels are near to this most famous attraction in Amsterdam? Good question! Amsterdam Wiechmann Hotel, Hotel JL No76, Hotel Cornelisz, Hotel Aalders, Mac Brown Hotel Museum Square, and Amsterdam Marriott Hotel are great options.

  • Which Museums Can I Visit in Amsterdam?
  • Rijksmuseum? Van Gogh Museum? Name it! Amsterdam has them all. If you have visited Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum, there are other options you should go to.
    These are Stedelijk (displays the works of Karel Appel, Koons, Matisse, and other artists), Anne Frank House, ARTIS-Micropia, STRAAT Museum, Nxt Museum, and more. So, what’s your choice? What does your partner prefer? Whatever it is, all of these museums are superb.

  • In Which Area You Can Find Most Bars & Restaurants?
  • Millions of people flock to Amsterdam. You probably wonder why. Aside from the world-class attractions, it prides itself on bars and restaurants you can see throughout the city.
    Every morning, it is fun to have some coffee, right? You can visit Cafe Pollux! Besides its wide array of coffee, it is a good spot to enjoy the view of the Central Station, the Conservatorium, and the Amsterdam Bibliotheek.
    The Happy Feelings Coffeeshop is another good alternative. As the name indicates, your satisfaction is its ultimate priority. Its meal choices are incredible. Plus, the staff is very accommodating.
    If you get hungry after a long escapade, go to Jansz, De Kas, Wilde Zwijnen, and Sotto Pizza.

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