Amsterdam in February: the cold February air is the perfect excuse to snuggle up to the people you love. Fairy lights, canal rides, hot chocolate. Love is in the air in Holland this month with Valentine’s Day! We have got some great places to spend with your valentine.
Check out our Top 5 Amsterdam Restaurants for a romantic dinner date. Maybe it’s on the water, in an art museum, or in a castle ?Whatever your taste, we can help you have a romantic time on your own private tour with us.
1: Take your relationship up a level
Thrill-seeking lovers can get an adrenaline rush Europe’s highest swing on the top of the A’DAM Tower. Offering stunning panoramic views of the city, there’s no denying it’s the best seat (for two) in the house. When you come back down to earth, go for a glitzy dinner post-swing dinner at MOON on the 19th floor.
2: The love boat
Surprise your love and take a private tour on your own canal boat, with wine and cheese on board. Amsterdam is simply gushing with old city charm. A romantic Valentine’s cruise is the perfect way to see the city’s illuminated waterways while enjoying dinner and drinks. Book with us now!
3: Live the fairy tale
Indulge your inner knight or damsel this Valentine’s Day with a romantic trip to a fairy tale castle. Lying just to the East of Amsterdam in Muiden, the enchanting Amsterdam castle Muiderslot dates back to 1280 and comes complete with drawbridge, turrets, moat and landscaped gardens. Talk to us about a private tour.
4: Love is like a box of chocolates
You don’t need a valentine to go and enjoy this chocolate festival. Come along to the Chocoa Festival in Amsterdam for a festival promoting sustainable and good quality chocolate. Why not ask us where to find the best hot chocolate in the city as well? All in the attempt to stay warm in the chilly weather of course!
Join us on a Walk with Rembrandt Tour and walk in the footsteps of the Dutch master. Take advantage of the special exhibition that is on, with your local guide,Laboratory Rembrandt – Rembrandt’s Technique Unravelled. This is part of the 350th anniversary of Rembrandt’s death. This exhibition uses scientific analysis which provide insights into Rembrandt’s works. Runs 21 Sep 2019 to 16 Feb 2020.Enquire online