What’s on in Amsterdam in June?
What’s on in Amsterdam in June? June is an amazing time to visit Amsterdam and the rest of the Netherlands. It’s not too hot, and it’s not too busy (yet). This blog doesn’t just focus on Amsterdam! There is so much more to see in this incredible country. So here are some June highlights to inspire your adventures.
If any of these pique your interest, get in touch to arrange your own private tour, and see the country like a local. All these cities are an easy day-trip from Amsterdam!
Hidden behind the stately façades of the houses along Amsterdam’s canals lie some of the city’s best-kept secrets: private gardens. For one weekend in June you can look behind these impressive canal-side homes and step into a completely different world, where a quiet green oasis welcomes visitors. Get in touch with us and we can arrange a tour through these incredibles places just for you!
2: Book-Worm Heaven in Haarlem
Why not escape Amsterdam on a private tour with your own local guide, to Haarlem. On Sunday 24 June, the annual antiquarian book market takes place in Grote Markt with some 60 traders from across the Netherlands providing a wide range of interesting books. Its situated in one of the prettiest Dutch cities, and only 15 minutes from Amsterdam by train. Get away from the crowds and explore this city!
3: Rotterdam Roof-tops
Take a day trip to Rotterdam with us, and on a private tour in June, you can explore over 40 roofs, famous and completely unknown, both public and private. Join in the informal drinks, intimate concerts, and silent discos for a truly unique Rotterdam experience!
4: Delft Fringe Festival
Get out of Amsterdam and head to Delft. Delft Fringe Festival is a leading festival where up-and-coming talents, old souls and free spirits provoke cultural goosebumps. The divers program connects musicians, dancers, theatre performers and other performing artists to enthusiasts, epicureans, connoisseurs and discoverers. Delft Fringe Festival will let you discover Delft in an exciting new theatrical way.