Amsterdam city break attractions this spring

Amsterdam

With further restrictions eased for travel to the Netherlands, it is even more attractive to visit this beautiful European city, especially during the Spring season. Stay at one of the chicest boutique hotels in the city – The Dylan Amsterdam.

Amsterdam

Museum Markt

  • Amsterdam’s Museumplein comes alive every third Sunday of the month for Museum Markt, decked out with colourful stalls for all kinds of locally made goods, food stands, and live music
  • Meet local entrepreneurs and designers selling fashion, accessories, textiles, home wares, and much more.

Take a private boat tour

  • Getting out on the water is one of the joys of Spring, which can be enjoyed by doing a private boat tour in Amsterdam.
  • Sit back and enjoy the sunshine whist cruising along the city’s stunning canals

Vondelpark Open Air Theatre

  • May 2022 sees the return of the Open-Air Theatre, hosting performances of dance, music, cabaret, comedy, and children’s events every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday until September – and it’s totally free!

Celebrate Pancake Day at the Pancake House

  • What better way to celebrate 2022’s pancake day than taking an afternoon trip to the pancake house and farm Boederij Meerzicht  for an indulgent breakfast/brunch

Celebrate King’s Day

  • King’s Day is the biggest national Dutch holiday. Filled with visitors wearing bright orange, and drinking plenty of the country’s famous beer
  • It falls on the 27th of April each year, and is an incredible springtime spectacle

The Floriade Expo 2022

  • the sustainability event in Amsterdam which seeks to find out how to make a densely built city greener, more fun, liveable, and sustainable. Held in Almere, Holland, from 14 April to 9 October 2022.

Rolling Kitchens Food Festival

  • The Rollende Keukens food festival (free entry) features dozens of mobile kitchens and food trucks offering appetising dishes plus live music. The festival is scheduled for 25-29th May 2022 at Westerpark in Amsterdam.
The Dylan-Courtyard

Where to stay: The Dylan Amsterdam

Located on the picturesque “Keizersgracht” canal in the heart of the Nine Streets shopping area, 17th-Century hotel, The Dylan hosts 40 rooms and suites over two canal-side buildings. The entrance itself – an original stone archway (in the 16th Century the site was home to a theatre) and cobbled front courtyard, lined by bikes and tulips leading up to the door – captures the hotel’s style and spirit, marrying old-world charm with contemporary flair. Each of the 40 rooms boast their own unique taste, split into four main interior categories. The “Loxura” series, modelled on the copper-coloured Loxura butterfly; the “Loft” bedrooms, highlighting the building’s original wooden beams; the “Amber” rooms, inspired by the precious stone; and finally, the “Serendipity” rooms, decorated in warm shades of brown and grey with splashes of luxurious fabrics. The charming terrace in the historical courtyard is reflected in the custom-made mirrors, doubling natural light during the day while guests are enjoying breakfast, having the best coffee in Amsterdam, an appetising lunch or afternoon tea. The Dylan’s brasserie, OCCO, offers a chic and casual setting, serving local dishes while Michelin-starred Restaurant Vinkeles is located in a former 18th-Century bakery.

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Amsterdam tulips - The Dylan

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