How to take pictures in Amsterdam

Amsterdam

If you put something on your list you have to do it. That’s what happened with Amsterdam. So there we were taking pictures in Amsterdam. This is a little guide on how to take pictures in Amsterdam.

Must do: Rijksmuseum, wandering, watching flowers and houses and shop in all the hipster boutiques

In a crazy moment we decided to go to Amsterdam and it was a mind blowing experience. It’s was high season so we were expecting many tourists. I guess we were one of them. On our list where all the ‘typical’ spots of Amsterdam. But I’m not waiting hours to enter a museum. So the only museum we did was the ‘Rijksmuseum’. The entrance is around 18 euros and they have different collections.

Fascinated by nature that I am I loved the parks in Amsterdam. The vondelpark is located in the center and you can find the Amstelpark just five minutes outside the center. I liked the Amstelpark more. It is much more quite and a better place to shoot some pictures. After all that is why we went to Amsterdam. Oh, and they have a little café where they have delicious pancakes. Taking a stroll down a park or next to a canal that is what Amsterdam is all about.

Amsterdam Concert

We are a huge fan of the architecture in Amsterdam. Did you know that every house there has a hook? It’s because the houses there are very small. So when you have to move your furniture it isn’t that simple. So the hooks are used to pull your sofa up to your flour. Pretty clever those Dutchies.

We saved the two best things of this trip for last. The first one is the experience of having dinner in the dark. Ctaste isn’t like any ordinary restaurant. The dining in the dark experience will trigger all your senses. You arrive in a lounge area where there is still light. They will ask for any allergies and make sure that your experience is one that you’ll never forget. I have to say that the service is remarkable! I could eat with my hands and nobody looked weird at me. And drinking from the bottle is allowed! Make sure to book a table in advance.

Amsterdam canals

The last thing that is definitely worth going to Amsterdam for is this hotel. The ‘toren hotel’ is peacefully located at the prestigious Keizergracht. One of the most beautiful canals, which for obvious reasons, is placed on the World Heritage List of UNESCO. It’s a charming four star boutique hotel in the center of Amsterdam. Do we have to say more? Let’s start by saying that we stayed in the special deluxe room with garden view features an in-room double Spa Whirlpool bath for a true romantic stay. There was breakfast in bed and champagne upon arrival. What can a girl ask more for?

On that note, Amsterdam I’ll be back for more pictures!

Do you know a place for non-traditional pictures in Amsterdam?

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8 Comments
  • Vetexbart
    Posted at 16:06h, 15 August Reply

    Amsterdam never disappoints me 🙂 It’s a nice and lively city only a two hours drive away from my hometown! Great post!

    • Stephanie
      Posted at 11:30h, 18 August Reply

      Thanks Bart for the comment! It’s also a two hour drive from my city and I’ve never been in Amsterdam. Well, I’ll be back for sure!

  • Chalsie
    Posted at 12:06h, 19 August Reply

    I’m heading to Amsterdam last this year! Super excited, it’ll be my very first time. I’ll definitely revisit your post when I’m there 🙂

    Chalsie x
    Wayfare | Travel & Life Blog

  • Necia
    Posted at 00:13h, 27 August Reply

    Great post! What is the name of this café on Amstelpark with the delicious pancakes? I must try it.

    • Stephanie
      Posted at 14:25h, 11 September Reply

      Thank you for your comment. It’s called ‘Restaurant de hop 2.0’. It totally pink on the inside, you can’t miss it!

  • Noortje Wijckmans
    Posted at 19:33h, 29 October Reply

    I live in the Netherlands, and only been to Amsterdam twice. Bad, bad, bad.. Your post has renewed my interest to wander around there again, lovely pictures!

  • Sixtina
    Posted at 18:28h, 25 September Reply

    I lived in Amsterdam for 1 year and I totally fell in love with the city. This article reminds of it <3 Next time you should totally visit Hannekens Boom, my favorite spot of all times.

    • Stephanie Smolders
      Posted at 12:12h, 26 September Reply

      Thanks Sixtina for the tip! How was it to live in Amsterdam for a year? I guess it is lovely.

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