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The Amsterdam RAI Center is one of Europe's largest and most popular conference spaces, so it attracts a huge number of business visitors. However, it is also a great place for families and couples to base themselves when enjoying time in one of Europe's most beautiful cities. At Hotels.com, we can hook you up with the perfect place to stay, with hotels around Amsterdam RAI - World Trade Center, Amsterdam to meet all budgets and travel needs. Check out features like location maps, photographs of rooms and reviews from our trusted customers so that you can make an informed choice about where to sleep. With our expert help, you can take all of the stress out of finding accommodation, and you can also secure bargains by booking early with Hotels.com.

What's the Area Around Amsterdam RAI - World Trade Center Like?

The Amsterdam RAI center is located just to the south of the city's major attractions making it a great base to explore what the Dutch capital has to offer. The complex itself is an attraction, with regular events, great dining opportunities and shopping as well. Nearby, visitors can head to the Olympic Stadium, with is sporting museum, the gallery dedicated to 20th century artist Herman Brood and the charming Beatrixpark, which is a great place to unwind. Take a canal taxi to famous sites like the Rijksmuseum, which is stuffed with some of the world's greatest masterpieces. Then there is the Van Gogh Museum - another feast for the eyes - as well as historical sights like the Oude Kerk, the Magere Burg drawbridge and the house of Anne Frank.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is famously easy-going and laid back - so look forward to a warm welcome and a chance to explore the local way of life when you visit. Most people will speak good English, but it may help to learn some Dutch, if only to impress the locals with your courage. Be sure to take local advice about seeing the sights. For example, booking galleries beforehand can be a great way to beat the queues, and your concierge can arrange this with ease. You can also attend one of the many cultural events hosted by the city. Summer sees plenty of dance music events, while Restaurant Week at the end of March is a great time to sample the culinary delights on offer at bargain prices. You might also want to rent bikes - as Amsterdam seems to be dominated by cyclists and it's a cheap, healthy way to get around. However you travel, book with Hotels.com and enjoy a memorable stay in Amsterdam.

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