15 Hidden Secrets & Best Places in Amsterdam

by Erik Schmuck, 9 months ago
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Ultimate 15 hidden secrets, things to do and best places to visit in this travel guide loaded with tips for Amsterdam which I carefully selected. You won't believe number #6

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Start off your journey through Amsterdam at Wynand Fockink, taste room located in a back alley at dam square which is a must-see!

Grab some fresh herring at Henk's Herring, a local delight! For more crazy food adventures, check out my recent article: 5 Crazy Foods You Wouldn't Dare To Eat!

The public urinals in Amsterdam may seem disgusting to some, but the locals love em', known in Dutch as 'De Krul' and have been in Amsterdam since 1880. At least 15 people die annually while peeing into an Amsterdam canal due to being often drunk and falling in.

For dinner go to Blue Amsterdam panorama restaurant, a true hidden gem in Amsterdam, which offers the best view of the city, they serve amazing local comfort food and drinks.

Vincent van Gogh Museum has 1.5 million visitors per year, and the best time to go is Friday evening when you can enjoy live DJs, a live art show.

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