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The future is bright, the future is orange?

Standing at sea level (Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport is actually 5 metres under sea level), Amsterdam is a city of huge international significance in many fields making school trips to Amsterdam the perfect choice for a wide range of subjects. The artists Rembrandt and Van Gogh both lived and worked here creating some of their great masterpieces, during WWII the city was under Nazi occupation and has protected many of its historical sites from that time. These days Amsterdam is a major player in the international diamond trade and a shining light in tolerance and understanding and was the first to allow same sex marriages in 2001.
Due to its low level the city is considered to be at high risk from rising global warming and sea levels and has become one of the leading authorities on flood defences.

Hotels for Amsterdam School Trips

Generator Hostel

Generator Hostel

Includes: Free Maps, Free WiFi, Restaurant, Meeting Rooms, Steam Room, Bike Hire, Luggage Storage, 24hr Reception, Café, Vending Machines

Meininger Hotel & Hostel

Meininger Hotel & Hostel

Includes: Free WiFi, Snack Bar, Bike Hire, Pool Table, Large Lounge, Vending Machines, Luggage Storage, Packed Lunches, 24hr Reception

A & O Hotel & Hostel

A & O Hotel & Hostel

Includes: Free WiFi, ATM Machine, Free WiFi, Lockers, Packed Lunches, 24hr Reception, Meeting Rooms, Bike Hire, Pool Table

School Trips to Amsterdam

A Cosmopolitan City Steeped In History

Amsterdam school tours will find the city’s history is well documented through its museums and protected sites such as Anne Frank’s house, there are also many art museums and galleries featuring modern Dutch artists as well as the more familiar Dutch masters. Economically the city is a European powerhouse with 70% of the world’s bacon, being a leader in commercial flower production and also a world renowned brewery which exports more beer than the USA and owns many other large brands such as Strongbow.


Amsterdam School Trip Facts - Did you know...

  • The city's 165 canals run a combined 60 miles.
  • The canals are now a UNESCO heritage site.
  • The city’s building are supported by around 11,000,000 wooden poles driven down into the mud.
  • Approximately 25,000 bicycles end up in the canal each year.
  • Amsterdam has more bicycles than people.
  • The city's population is less than 1,000,000.
  • More than 85% of Dutch people speak two languages.
  • They’re tall, the average height is 6’3” for men 5’6” for women.

Places to go, people to meet...

Great Amsterdam Locations

  • Anne Frank House
  • Van Gogh Museum
  • Rijksmuseum
  • Vondel Park
  • Dam Square
  • Rembrandt House Museum
  • Natura Artis Magistra
  • Our Lord in the Attic
  • NEMO Science Centre
  • Verzetsmuseum
  • Heritage Museum
  • Seddelijk
  • Royal Palace
  • Amsterdam Dungeon
  • EYE
  • Tropenmuseum
  • Diamond Museum
  • Museum of Bags & Purses

Famous Amsterdam Residents

  • Johan Cruyff
  • Vincent Van Gogh
  • Rutger Hauer
  • Tiesto
  • Rembrandt
  • Nina Simone
  • Johannes Vermeer
  • Willem-Alexander
  • Armin van Buuren
  • Anne Frank
  • Rem Koolhaas
  • John de Mol
  • Kirk Douglas
  • Willem van Oranje
  • Caro Emerald
  • Albert Camus
  • Baruch de Spinoza
  • Freddy Heineken
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