Travel to Amsterdam
With DMC Amsterdam you have a professional and creative partner, not just for incentives, groups, meetings and events in Amsterdam, but also for the rest of the Netherlands.
Mix stately old merchant houses in various forms and shapes on a myriad of canals, lots of cultures, old traditions and modern influences, add some bicycles, hip restaurants, trendy bars, traditional coffeehouses and voila: you've got Amsterdam.
The only Dutch city that never sleeps, is home to beautiful architecture, many famous museums, the most wonderful hotels and lovely shops. Dutch people love watching the world go by, which seems to happen right here, preferably on one of Amsterdam's many terraces. So don't be surprised if you see people wrapped into blankets sipping a glass of wine or a hot chocolate outside in the middle of the winter.
1096 AJ Amsterdam
Tel. +31(0)20 2050 985
More about DMC Amsterdam
At DMC Amsterdam we have one main goal: to provide you with the best event you could possibly have in the scenery called Amsterdam. Therefore we will go the extra mile to satisfy you and your clients. Our very motivated team will provide you with creative ideas, competitive pricing and excellent implementation of your event.
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Program idea Amsterdam
InterContinental Hotels Group has announced the
signing of the first Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants hotel outside of
the Americas. Debuting in Europe, the hotel will be located in the heart
of the vibrant city of Amsterdam. The hotel, which is currently
operating as Crowne Plaza Amsterdam City Centre, will undergo a complete
transformation following a full renovation of the lobby, restaurants,
facilities and guest room. Seen in Breaking newsRead more...
With its traditional green painted houses, warehouses and windmills these villages give the feeling of having stepped back into the 17th or 18th centuries. However this is not an open air museum but a colourful living and working neighbourhood. For more information: firstname.lastname@example.orgRead more...