Amsterdam: free guide on cultural activities

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Amsterdam may be too expensive for lower-budget travelers. That’s why I approached this free guide on cultural activities to enjoy this beautiful city of Holland. If you are one of those adventurous and want to know this wonderful city, there are no excuses not to go this is your chance!.

Free Museums …

The Historical Museum of Amsterdam is an interesting visit for those who have saved some seats. For those who do not want to spend money on museums but just like to enjoy the arts and culture, this museum offers the public a collection of portraits of the Civil Guard. This exhibit is free.

Art and books in the street:

In the square Spui every Friday there is a market for books and on a Sunday art market. While you probably do not want to spend money, it’s a good idea to enjoy reviewing books used in different languages which artists and works out in the street.

Outdoor concerts:

In the Vondelpark are available during the summer, outdoor concerts and plays and special events devoted to kids. The park has 50 acres that buzzing in the warm season. A good option to enjoy Amsterdam without spending money.

The activities are especially Wednesday through Sunday and are specially designed for a family audience.

Hand in hand with Rembrandt:

Crossing the Jordan neighborhood discover the most exquisite art galleries to be found in Amsterdam. Is that this neighborhood used to live in Rembrandt and the art is imbued with the tiles.


A good idea is to visit the street where you will find Roemer Visscherstraat seven houses with very specific: the facade of each reflects the architectural styles of different countries.


While this Dutch city is not the most expensive in Europe, Amsterdam can be expensive in the pockets of lower-budget travelers. So I made this guide: Amsterdam for free. Activities, rides and pins that are free! To begin we will recommend parks, gardens and activities related to nature.

Oasis of peace in Begijnhof:

Begijnhof is a village built by the charity dedicated to women in the fourteenth century. Here we can enjoy another side of Amsterdam: peace and quiet, beautiful parks and old houses (including the oldest building structure that is kept completely made of wood). The entrance to the site is completely free, although there are certain conditions to maintain a discreet silence.

The park is open to visitors daily from 9 AM to 5 PM. You can also access the chapel.

Fantastic gardens:

The Rijksmuseum is known as the National Museum in Amsterdam. They retain some of the most important collections in the Netherlands. Visit our complete vision of the city, but is not free. In contrast, the gardens are free and really worth it to see something different.

Of flowers and perfumes:

The flower market in the city of Amsterdam is a wonderful chance to walk and enjoy with all senses without spending a coin. This is a departure that will benefit especially those who love photography, because of the location, the lights and colors, the market is left to photograph.

The Bloemenmarkt known as this market is open Monday through Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm, and Sundays from 11.30 am to 5.30 pm.

The rides are really free, says that these recommendations will leave short of what you’ve prepared and get him out from, and enlists your suitcase!

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