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Your Amsterdam Travel savings guide

Amsterdam has long been an escape for those who want to live the real life. Many visit the city to gorge on Gouda, cruise on historic canals, or even gaze at the Vermeer’s and Van Gogh’s. All of these can be done for just a fraction of your budget. Amsterdam is the perfect place for those who are on a tight budget. Affordable Amsterdam hotels aren’t hard to find, and food and drink bargains are abundant. Even bar hopping leaves change to spare for the coming days.  

There are a lot of hotels offering rates under 80 euros for a standard double room. it’s best to book in advance, especially if you plan to arrive during the weekend. You’ll find hostels in the Old Center, while the south area puts you near plenty of museums. Consider making a reservation at the Marriott Amsterdam Hotel, or the Hilton Amsterdam, or the Pulitzer Hotel Amsterdam is also a great choice. For the best hotels in Amsterdam visit Reservations.com. 

Savings Tip: For the best rates, you could travel during the summer, when everything else is relatively inexpensive. With at least 165 canals, your best bet to explore the city is by boat, which is also the cheaper option. The train is relatively cheap and convenient, asking for just 3.60 euro for a one-way trip.

Budget-Friendly Amsterdam Activites

While traveling Amsterdam on a budget stop at the Van Gogh Museum for a fun day activity. The Ann Frank House is also a must-see while visiting Amsterdam. Dam Square is Amsterdams most popular town square and it hosts many local events. So  make sure to see if there are any events going on here during your travel dates. The area also offers amazing architecture and historical buildings including one of the three Royal palaces. Vondelpark is another a budget-conscious activity that travelers can enjoy for free. Rent a bike and pack a picnic and spend the day enjoying Amsterdam’s nature. 

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