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Amsterdam

Iamsterdam
The city's official English-language site has information for tourists, business travelers, and current or propective residents.

Amsterdam Hotspots
You'll find a little of everything at this first-rate site, from hotels and restaurants to "redlights" and user reviews.

Amsterdam.info
This is a good introduction to Amsterdam, with plenty of information on all the basics.

The Amsterdam Appreciation Project
The Prinsenhof, a budget hotel, prepared this guide for younger travelers.

Amsterdam XXX - The Walletjes
This guide has general advice plus an extensive section on Amsterdam's "naughty bits."

The Hip Guide to Amsterdam
The site that once positioned itself as a guide to "hippyland" seems less countercultural than it was in its heyday, but it's still useful for business listings, maps, and a user forum.

Internet Guide to Amsterdam
Steven Pemberton and Astrid Kerssens wrote this straighforward, succinct, and informative guide.

Netherlands-Tourism.com: Amsterdam
This independent site (not to be confused with the country's official tourism site, Holland.com) covers the basics with a short guide and related articles.

Netherlands

Holland.com
The Netherlands Board of Tourism invites you to discover Holland with its "16 million people and 16 million things to do."


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