You may think you know Amsterdam; you’ve likely heard great tails about Berlin. But to go a little deeper on these cities, we’ll take you right beneath their skin. From the trendy bars of Berlin, to Amsterdam’s underground heart. This trip is for those who go beyond the monuments, and take travelling on like an art.
Welcome to Amsterdam, where we’ll be greeted by all the expected trademarks, & begin scurrying past them to find the soul of the city.
Today we’ll tackle Amsterdam in a most acceptable fashion, grabbing pushbikes & cycling through the city’s picture perfect canals. Although we’re in one of Europe’s most alternative cities, viewing tulip gardens & decedent cheese samplings will not be out of the question.
Today we suggest getting your scream on at the Tower Swing, then easing the jitters with a curtsey to the cocktail skills at House of Bols. The Van Gogh Museum or Albert Cyup Market are also worth a visit, & by night we could swing to the converted theatre club of De Soos (Chicago Social Club).
Feeling sufficiently enamoured by the multidimensional city of Amsterdam, we’ll gather up our worldly possessions & hit the road. With a German club hub & culture king on our agenda, you may want to send out a few zzz’s during the journey. With more museums than rainy days per year, Berlin is a place worth knowing about.
Today we can cruise Berlin the vintage way, taking a tour in the official cars of the DDR. When hunger strikes, the carnivores could spend some time differentiating bockwurst from kinderwurst from fleischwurst. Meanwhile the more vegan inclined could sample a jackfruit burger or cashew bolognese at the solar powered organic hotel of Amaranth.
If yesterday’s independent food roamings whet the appetite for something more substantial, then todays offer of a progressive food tour should provide ample satisfaction. Later you could let kilos settle by sipping tea in a palace at the Tajik Tearoom, or by walking the abandoned building of Museumswohnung museum where you can see remnants of the communist era.
If you’ve got any last minute business to take care of you could drop by Betahaus co-working space, where an enviable collection of city start-ups can be found. If you fancy yourself a bit of a travel blogging kid, you can find your kind at the blog specific co-working haunt of blogfabrik. Today officially marks the end of our time together, but in the spirit of travel you’ll leave feeling the world is your oyster.
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Trip Name: Amsterdam to Berlin
Duration: 7 Days
From Price: $1,193
Supplier Tour ID: EXAB/205264
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