Are you coming to Amsterdam during the Christmas period. Enjoy the many Christmas markets. Such as the Ice Village Amsterdam on the Museumplein. From December 13 to December 26 you can discover the cozy Christmas village. The winter chalets and skates are certainly skate a on the ice ring. Free entrance. Hopefully you can also skate on the canals of Amsterdam this year. It is also nice to visit the Amsterdam Winter Paradise at the RAI Amsterdam. From December 21 to January 5, you can go on après-ski, ride the Ferris wheel, go to the cinema or theater or listen to the performances that take place. Admission is 5 euros.
The Amsterdam Light festival can still be visited! The Light festival is best viewed from the water. The tallest Christmas tree in Amsterdam can be found in the inner gardens of Pulitzer Amsterdam. Are you more interested in some classical music? Like every year, music is played in different places. This year you can even enter the Gashouder for free if your name is “Maria”.
still looking for a unique location for a beautifully arranged Christmas dinner?
Our team at Rent A Boat Amsterdam have developed a delicious menu together with
our partners. Enjoy together with your loved ones, friends or colleagues a
delicious 4-course menu on one of our heated saloon boats. Do you want a little
less formal? Then view the options together with our account managers.
The most famous light festival in the Netherlands is back in Amsterdam. For 53 days, Amsterdam’s canals have been illuminated by art. The exhibition called “Disrupt!” will focus this year on the disruption of life and the world. Think of an earthquake or an economic crisis. A very radical event. With this theme in mind, artists from home and abroad have been inspired. They use light to be disruptive and to give us as a spectator a new impulse for our lives.
Gabriel Lester, one of the collaborating
artists, draws his inspiration mainly from “mysteries” and
“things that are unsolved.” His artistic ability embraces every
medium. His work is implicitly narrative, explicitly visual or both at the same
time. It is often about a way to relate to the world.
The work of Krijn de Koning often has a
disruptive character. With his work he tries to break through the usual way we
look at an object. De Koning’s art is not just a spatial intervention; his work
can best be described as a mix between installation art, painting and
architecture. For edition # 8, he transforms a famous Amsterdam landmark. This
time not with bulkheads, but with light.
You can admire this exhibition on foot or from the water. The sailing route has been changed from previous years. We have developed wonderful offers for you so that you can enjoy the art and also the city of Amsterdam in style. It is also important to mention that the Amsterdam Light Festival takes place in the winter. You do not have to worry about the cold. Our boats are in fact heated.
Enjoy the exhibition together with us. See you
on the water.
The 400,000 trees that connect the canals of Amsterdam give a magical image of our city. It makes Amsterdam one of the most leafy cities in Europe. We can no longer wait for the warm after summer days to share the last BBQ with loved ones and friends. Not in the mood for a BBQ? No problem! For the cooler days you can enjoy a piece of apple pie with warm chocolate milk. View the nice hotspots for hot chocolate milk here!
From 16 to 20 October, Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) will also take place in Amsterdam again. At more than 120 participating locations. Dancing outside until the late hours, you can also immerse yourself in dance music during the many interviews, discussions and various pop-up events. For ADE we have developed a “Happy Hour” offer so that you can enjoy a unique experience from the canals.
Are you more in a sporty mood? The Amsterdam marathon takes place on October 20th. The route starts in the Olympic Stadium and brings the runners under the Rijksmuseum, along the Amstel and through the Vondelpark back to the Olympic Stadium. This sporting spectacle provides a unique view of the city of Amsterdam not only for the participants but also for the spectators.
From November 28th you can enjoy the Amsterdam Light Festival again. The Amsterdam canals will be illuminated by numerous artists. Such as Gabriel Lester, Krijn de Koning and many others. With the exhibition “Disrupt!” The disruption is central. The artists were challenged to question the surroundings of the city with their light artworks, to test them and to wake them up. This exhibition is best viewed from our luxury boats. Enjoy the exhibition in peace. Be quick, we know from experience that these trips are very quickly fully booked.
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Enjoy the last months of 2019 together with us.
See you on the water.