How to Visit Amsterdam in 3 Days When You Feel Lazy

Netherlands, Amsterdam Guide (B): How to Visit Amsterdam in 3 Days When You Feel Lazy

Awww beautiful Amsterdam… the city of bikes! Visiting this gorgeous historic city with modern flair doesn’t take more than 3 days, even if you feel as lazy as me.

Day 1

This is a map of the first day of your visit of Amsterdam. You can easily walk from one attraction to the other. The longest distance between two sights takes 13 minutes to walk, so it will only be a nice stroll around town. But if you prefer to go Amsterdam’s way, why not rent a bike?

Vondelpark

Why not start your journey through Amsterdam at Vondelpark? This amazing park offers peaceful lawn and nice playgrounds, a theatre and many easy walkways.

Van Gogh Museum

Step into Van Gogh’s world! Discover the world’s largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh, featuring masterpieces such as Almond Blossom, Sunflowers and The Bedroom.

Admission
Adults: €17
Children and youth (up to 18): free

National Museum (Rijksmuseum)

Get to know the history of the Netherlands and see the artworks of local and foreign artists.

Admission
Adults: €17.50
Children (18 and under): free
Multimedia tour: € 5

If you buy your ticket online, you can skip the queue at the ticket counter.

Heineken Experience

Walk through the old brewery in the heart of Amsterdam and learn about the ingredients and the brewing process of the world-known beer.

Admission
Adults: €18
Children (12-17): €12.50
Children (11 and less): free
Online tickets: €16

Leidseplein

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Guide Name: How to Visit Amsterdam in 3 Days When You Feel Lazy
Guide Location: Netherlands » Amsterdam
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Vondelpark   Van Gogh Museum   National Museum   Heineken Experience   Leidseplein   Royal Palace   Dam Square   Old Church   Northern Market   Anne Frank House   Flower Market   Begijnhof   The Rembrandt House Museum   Red Light District  
Author: Dominique Lessard
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