Start with the healthy breakfast, there are many restaurants and cafes, which serve the best breakfast in the city such as The breakfast club, which is in two locations in Amsterdam West Bellamystraat & Haarlemmerplein, this hipstery hotspot is the place to go for late, lazy brunches that last all day long or until 5 pm, at least, Staring at Jacob, Rum baba, Yoghurt Barn, Conservatorium Brasserie and many more will open till late evening.
After a healthy breakfast soaks into some culture and starts your day with visiting museums, delve into Amsterdam’s major museums and history. Although there are around 70 museums in the city, so to save your time, make sure you visit, The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the country and home to Golden Age art from Rembrandt. Come face to face with one of the Netherlands’ most famous artists at the Van Gogh Museum, or delve into a world of modern art at the Stedelijk, for Jewish history, Anne Frank House Museum.
Street shopping or Flea markets in Amsterdam is a treasure hunt in itself, one can find great antiques, books, vintage clothing, the IJ-Hallen market at NDSM Wharf is the most famous and the biggest. Whereas, Albert Cuypmarkt in De Pijp is great for trying Dutch cuisines.
The most famous Amsterdam’s Bloemenmarkt flower market is a favorite spot to photograph all year round, with plenty of colorful tulips and overflow of bouquets.
There are numerous ferry tours available in the Amsterdam, pick the one you like with open roofs or boats and experience the city through lakes, which is the most majestic and beautiful ride you will ever have. And enjoy the panoramic views of the city.
In Amsterdam, there is everything for all kinds of food lovers, and when it's about all the food joints at one place, then foodhallen is the place to be a former tram depot in the newly hip Oud-West neighborhood now converted into a cultural center and food and drink haven.
Amsterdam’s nightlife is world famous and there is always something great going in some part of the city. There are numerous pubs, bars, and clubs, where you can tipple the night away. Also, walking through the lanes of the red light area of Amsterdam is also a must visit. So make the most of your nightlife in Amsterdam.