Fly First Class to Amsterdam and Dip into A Rich Cultural Scene
If you ever wanted to participate in one of its kinds open air-theater or be an audience to a rich collection of acts, then it’s the time of the year when you should pack your bags and head to Amsterdam. For those amongst you who like to travel in class and are an enthusiast of such events, booking tickets early and flying first class to Amsterdam might be the way to go.
Running from 5 June till 28th August, Vondelpark Open Air Theater brings to you an assortment of free concerts in the Vondelpark along with dance, theatre, jazz, cabaret, stand-up comedy and music. It offers varied music programs spread out over the summer weeks. Being a long event, the occasion would bring the best of the indie as well as professionals for your entertainment and let you soak in maximum fun during Amsterdam vacations.
Another equally interesting event would be the Amsterdam International Fashion Week. This event is also open to public and features both established and young fashion designers.
Besides these engaging open air theatre and fashion weeks, Amsterdam offers a plethora of exciting attractions as well to complement the various events it hosts. When free you can take a casual stroll and explore the places for their history as well as beauty.
The canal ring is one of the most popular places with the tourists. The best way to explore it is on a boat or a bike. The canal ring offers a lot of space, freedom and peace for the discerning travelers. Van Gogh Museum is another site to visit on fun vacations to Amsterdam to touch base with the rich history of the city and browse through the 200 paintings and 550 sketches depicting Van Gogh in all his moods. Amsterdam Brown Café is the place to head to for some delectable food and refreshening coffee. The prices are pretty low, people are famously friendly and the atmosphere is unique. Anne Frank House is a place of historical significance. It is located in the centre of the city and was the hiding place for Anne where she wrote her diary. With just few empty rooms, it would impress you no ends that two families survived in this cramped space for two years from Nazis. In this house, the original Anne Frank Diary is on display as well. Museum Amstelkring is yet another museum worth exploring for its paintings, religious artifacts and silver.
So if the Venice of North beckons you and you want to use the time well, plan your vacations now and book first class to Amsterdam early to save some money as well.