Amsterdam Itinerary 3 Days

This is a glimpse of what to see in 3 days in Amsterdam from Amsterdam itinerary 3 days created by our travel experts. These are the attractions one must visit while planning a 3 days trip to Amsterdam.

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Presenting quirky dining options, vintage shops, colorful tulips, Golden Age canals and noteworthy museums, Amsterdam, the capital city of Netherlands, captivates you beyond words. An exuberant city small in size but definitely large in character and attitude, Amsterdam is a holidayer’s treasure trove. Go through this Amsterdam Itinerary 3 Days to know about the best way to make the most of holiday!

Are 3 days in Amsterdam enough?

Amsterdam boasts of a huge variety of tourist attractions and points of interests like museums, markets, parks, and food places which cannot be covered completely in just 3 days. While one can cover most of the popular tourist attractions in 3 days, a 3-day vacation is not enough to do justice to the diversity and beauty of Amsterdam.

What to see in Amsterdam in 3 days?

Amsterdam is full of museums and galleries like Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art. If you wish to go museum-hopping, then, Museumplein is the most popular area. FOAM photography museum, the spectacular Tropenmuseum, the Willet Holthuysen, and the Anne Frank House, are also quite popular.

The iconic tulips have often been synonymously used with Amsterdam. To enjoy these magnificent blooms, head to Bloemenmarkt – the world’s only floating flower market located in Singel. The Tulip Museum is the best place for those who want to know more about the history of tulips in Holland and the infamous tulip craze.

Home to 165 canals, Amsterdam’s waterway network is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and hence a must-visit. There are various tours along these canals which let you enjoy the best of this region in a short time – from canal tours to walking tours to bike rides.

Amsterdam is also known for its glorious weather and what better place can there be than open-air parks to enjoy this weather? If time permits, you can also head to the Vondelpark, the largest park in Amsterdam as well as Oosterpark, a lesser-known but equally beautiful park in the city.

Travel tips for the visit to Amsterdam:

1. Get yourself an ‘I Amsterdam Card’ to save money on internal local transport, boat ride, museum entry, and food.

2. If you include a visit to the Red-Light District in your trip, keep in mind that photography is strictly prohibited there.

3. Though Amsterdam is known for its sunny weather, it can start raining anytime here so better keep an umbrella at hand.

4. Coffeeshops in Amsterdam are not typical cafes but cannabis cafes.

5. The majority of foreign nationals wishing to stay in the Netherlands for up to a period of three months require a Schengen visa.

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