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Explore the Winding Canals of Amsterdam
Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, is a city of charming canals, rich history, and vibrant culture waiting to be explored. And the best part?

You can experience the magic of this European gem without breaking the bank! Discover affordable ways to enjoy a city break in Amsterdam, from budget-friendly accommodations to free and low-cost attractions.


Amsterdam is a city that can be enjoyed on a budget, with plenty of affordable accommodations, attractions, and dining options to choose from.

Whether you're wandering along picturesque canals, exploring world-class museums, or savoring local street food, you can make the most of your city break without spending a fortune.


Scroll down and book your budget-friendly city break to Amsterdam with Cassidy Travel today to discover the beauty and culture of this enchanting European city without breaking the bank, or click here and get a quote.

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Budget Accommodations

Hostels: Consider staying in one of Amsterdam's many hostels, which offer affordable dormitory-style rooms and a chance to meet fellow travelers.

Budget Hotels: Look for budget-friendly hotels and guesthouses, especially in areas like the Museum Quarter and De Pijp neighborhood.


Affordable Attractions

Free Museums: Take advantage of free admission to some of Amsterdam's world-class museums on select days, such as the Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum.

Vondelpark: Spend a leisurely afternoon in Vondelpark, a beautiful city park perfect for picnics, people-watching, and relaxing by the ponds.


Canal Cruises

Budget Canal Cruises: Opt for budget-friendly canal cruises that offer shorter rides but still provide a fantastic perspective of Amsterdam's picturesque canals.


Street Food and Local Eats

Street Markets: Visit street markets like Albert Cuypmarkt and Ten Katemarkt to sample affordable Dutch treats and international street food.

Indonesian Cuisine: Enjoy a rijsttafel, a Dutch-Indonesian meal with an array of small dishes, at affordable Indonesian restaurants.


Biking Adventures

Bike Rentals: Rent a bicycle, the most popular mode of transport in Amsterdam, to explore the city like a local. It's an affordable and eco-friendly option.


Hidden Gems

Hortus Botanicus: Explore the Hortus Botanicus, Amsterdam's botanical garden, featuring exotic plants and serene greenhouses at a reasonable entrance fee.

Begijnhof: Visit Begijnhof, a peaceful courtyard surrounded by historic buildings, offering a tranquil escape from the city's hustle and bustle.