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Travel-and-Leisure Learning the Ropes of Winemaking at the Amsteltuin Vineyard Amsterdam nowadays is congested with so many businessmen, tourists and locals going about their busy lives, so when you want an easy escape from the glaring city life, go to the nearby village of Amstelveen. There you can find the only Dutch vineyard near Amsterdam, the Amsteltuin vineyard, which gives out courses and workshops about wine. Different group tours around the vineyard are possible upon request. The grapes in the vineyard are still under experimentation as of now, conceptualizing which wine is best made with the grapes, so wine tasting sessions will have to be under special request. In the more warm-weathered months, one can enjoy a barbecue and buffet from the staff if wished. The laidback ambiance of the setting though is enough for you to spend the day perfectly, relaxing with wine in hand on their patios and terraces. Coincidentally, the vineyard has also been transformed into a care centre for the disabled. What you can discover in Amsterdams Centrum Centrum, apt to its name, has everything Amsterdam has to bring tourists centralized in one area. Theres the Royal Palace of Amsterdam where Queen Beatrix of Netherlands lives occasionally, rotating around her four homes found around Netherlands. Before, it was closed due to safety reasons but has since opened again late last year to ac.modate tourists and locals interested to see where royalty lives. Theres also Bloemenmarkt, considered as the worlds only floating flower market. Tourists will also love the different souvenirs found at the market for affordable rates. Then of course, theres the Van Gogh Museum where the largest collection of the Dutch Painters works are found. Aside from the more famous ones, theres also hidden museums found in Amsterdams canals with private residents as curators or those intended to benefit small organizations, and are also worth the tour. Prisengracht 263 where famous child diarist Anne Frank once lived with her family should also be visited. Other shops and restaurants in Centrum are bound to invite you along the way, so be sure to prepare some extra cash and a half-empty stomach always. Amsterdam as a Shoppers City Where do you go when you want the best shopping experience in Amsterdam, with everything from gadgets to clothes in one stop?The place is called 9 Streets and its one of Amsterdams hidden treasures. The place was named as such because the streets which carry the shops that lead to the main canal and houses some of the most unique stores in the area. For the fashion conscious who want to grab some attention, theres Donna Fiera and Goods nearby. If your style is a little more feminine and older world, one can go to Zipper or Laura Dols. If you want something more couture and branded, then try Razzamatazz which has Dexter Wong, Vivienne Westwood and Beirendonck designs in their closet. Another beautiful store is Beadies, a jewelry shop and supplies store. And for the homemakers at heart, theres Whats Cooking?Speaking of kitchens, there are several great restaurants and dessert shops in the area as well. Theres Van Harte, serving French-Mediterranean cuisine, Urban Picnic which has a shop inside its restaurant or De Pels where youre bound to meet an artist or two while drinking or eating cake. Discovering why Amsterdams Film Scene is Thriving A trip to Amsterdam wont be .plete without enriching oneself in many Amsterdammers local pastime: going to the cinemas. In fact, the love for film is so inculcated in their system that its no wonder that many major film festivals are held here such as the International Documentary Film Festival and Cinekid Festival. As said, theres a place in the heart of Amsterdammers for independent films, where many cinemas of historical significance such as Path Tuschinski, Het Ketelhuis, Pathe de Mune and Rialto Filmtheater showing local works all the time. Theres a cinema run by students, Kriterion. There is also the Film Museum found at Vondelpark which shows art movies and classics. The language barrier shouldnt be a problem since there are many cinemas offering Hollywood films although for a more in-depth experience, it is re.mended that you sit through a local Dutch film to get a feel for their art. In any case, the love for film is so apparent in Amsterdam, that joining in the experience is a must while youre there. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: