2013 - The Year of Amsterdam
With a population of many nationalities Amsterdam exudes the charm of a cosmopolitan city, where it is quite normal to find the Flower Market directly next to Indonesian cuisine. If you have an appetite for culture, you are better off in this city than anywhere else in the world. Why? Amsterdam has the world's highest density of museums. Here it is just a stone's throw from the brand new Eye-Film Museum to the immortal classics of Rembrandt at the Rijksmuseum. But the newly opened Maritime Museum, and the interactive museum NEMO with its interactive experiments are worth a visit. Of course, smart shoppers will find bargains in Amsterdam: the huge colorful weekly markets benefit from the multicultural population of the city and seduce the traveller with many scents, colors and flavors. Numerous small shops, for example in the nine streets as well as the Haarlemmerstraat and in the Haarlemmerdijk, invite you to explore.
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KLM Main Sponsor and Official Carrier for Amsterdam 2013
Amsterdam will be partying in 2013. Many of the city’s institutions will be reaching historical milestones throughout year and the city will be celebrating with visitors and residents alike. As main sponsor and official carrier for Amsterdam 2013, KLM is proud to make a special contribution to the festivities, both on board and on the ground. Among the jubilees being marked in 2013 are 400 years of the Amsterdam Canals, the 125th anniversary of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, 40 years of the Van Gogh Museum, and the reopening of the Rijksmuseum.
More information can be found at www.klm.com/amsterdam2013.
There is also a lot to discover around Amsterdam…
Holland is the perfect country for a city break, as there are even more beautiful cities, which often are not far apart and can be reached from Amsterdam in a short time. Discover Den Haag! The royal city is the seat of the government and surprises with its historical and brand new architecture.
Those who visit Rotterdam, will be impressed with the dynamic skyline as the brave and unconventional architecture makes it easy to see that this city has its unique appeal.
Utrecht is sympathetic and a real city-tip. The student city, approximately 50 minutes by train from Amsterdam, is full of life and can be explored on foot.