March 21, 2013
San Francisco, Calif. (March. 21, 2013) — In Amsterdam, 2013 is all about numbers — 7 million, 400 and 40 just to name a few and with help from the team at Viator.com — the leading resource for researching and booking tours and activities worldwide — travelers can experience all of them. Visitors to Amsterdam will have the chance to see more than 7 million tulips and flowers in bloom; commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Van Gogh Museum with its highly anticipated reopening; and cruise along the city’s Canals, turning 400 this year. Viator’s things to do in Amsterdam and the Netherlands — hand-selected for their special attributes, quality and value — help travelers get an insider’s glimpse into the Dutch marvels and masterpieces that make it a truly unique destination.
Spring has sprung in Amsterdam Today the gates officially open to one of the most beautiful displays of nature anywhere in the world. A stroll or guided tour around Keukenhof Gardens immerses visitors into a sea of color and fragrance, with masterful outdoor gardens and equally impressive indoor exhibitions. For a sneak peak travelers can check out Viator’s insider video featuring Keukenhof Gardens. To see for themselves, travelers can check out:
The Dutch Masters 2013 will mark the reopening of two of Amsterdam’s magnificent museums — the Rijksmuseum on April 13th and the Van Gogh Museum on May 1st. Some 75 of Van Gogh’s most renowned works are currently on display at the Hermitage Museum so travelers won’t have to miss out. When the doors reopen the lines will be long, especially as high season for Amsterdam starts now, so travelers should consider Viator’s “skip the line” access to some of the city’s most popular venues:
UNESCO World Heritage Site — Amsterdam Canal Ring 2013 marks the 400th anniversary of the construction of the Amsterdam Canal Ring, named to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2010. A truly distinctive and mesmerizing way to explore one of Europe’s most unique destinations, gliding along shouldn’t be missed.
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