The epitome of a romantic city, a heritage and cultural gem, with its UNESCO-listed canals and outstanding museums, Amsterdam offers a standing invitation for travelling and exploring.
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However, around its new business district Zuidas, the Dutch capital is also a reputed economic stronghold, which brings together extremely well all of the conditions for a successful business stay.
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Rumor has it that Amsterdam, the kingdom of the little queen, has twice as many bikes as inhabitants. In addition to being economical, it is the most suitable means of transport for exploring the city, thanks to the 400 km of cycle paths laid out along its canals, in the shade of its Baroque facades.
Refuge of lovebirds on the prowl, the Vondelpark is the emblem of a city that knows how to breathe. The place of green spaces in Amsterdam, where wooded and flowered areas abound, says a lot about the rhythm of life of the Dutch, many who come to recharge their batteries between two concerts and plays in this haven of peace.
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Full of amazing boutiques, Amsterdam is one of the strongholds of European shopping. Its Bloemenmarkt (flower market) is an institution, like its Cuypmarket, where you can find everything. For vintage, head to the shops in the Pijp district, before joining the 9 Straatjes (9 Streets) sector, in the historic center…
Follow in the footsteps of the great masters
A romantic city par excellence, Amsterdam is also a formidable cultural melting pot. Many masters have left their mark on the city, from Vermeer to Van Gogh via Rembrandt, whose major collections are kept in the museums of northern Venice, starting with its most beautiful jewel: the Rijksmuseum.
Taste Amsterdamer's design touch
Dutch and foreign designers have planted an incomparable decor in terms of design in Amsterdam. Take the rue Nieuwe Spiegelstraat to explore the trendy galleries, before stopping by one of the most important museums dedicated to design in the world: the Stedelijk Museum.