So you only have 24 hours in Amsterdam, and you want to know what to see and how to get there? Well, I’m here today to show you exactly how to make the most of your time! There’s a good chance that you’ll be starting your trip from the beautiful Central Station. And right here is our first recommendation for your short stay. One of the best ways to see Amsterdam is from its famous canals. Most cruises take about an hour and you get to discover loads of interesting facts along the way. And just as pretty as cruising through them in them in a boat is strolling along the peaceful canals. From Central Station, it’s just a few minutes walk to any of the main canals in the center ring.. Once you’re ready to explore Amsterdam off the water, if you’re planning not to bike around the city, then the next best way to explore it is with the public transportation. The public transportation here is easy to use and takes you all over the city quickly. You can get a 24 Hour card to ride all the trams, buses or metros and the easiest way to do this is from the conductor. To use your transport chip card, just hold it up to the reader to check in and out. Our next stop in this 24 hour wild ride is the Museum Quarter To get there from Central Station, just take trams 5, 16 or 24 to the stop called Museumplein. These are some of the world’s most famous museums. And they’re all in one place! Here you can find the Rijksmuseum, The Van Gogh Museum, The Stedelijk Museum and the Royal Concertgebouw. After a few hours of exploring Amsterdam’s best cultural wealth I bet you’re a bit hungry. Our next stop will help you with that. We’re on our way to the famous Albert Cuypmarkt. From Museumplein take trams 16 or 24 to the stop Albert Cuypstraat. At this busteling street market, you can select from one of the many vendors to try some of Amsterdam’s most popular delicacies, such as pofferetjes, stroopwafels or herring All while checking out the selections fresh fruits & vegetables, as well as trendy clothing and leather goods from one of the 260 stalls. One of the things you must try at the Albert Cuyp market which is typically Dutch and incredible is these poffertjes- little mini pancakes. These are going to be so delicious! This is another Dutch treat that you must try. This is a stroopwafel. And here at this stand at the Albert Cuypmarkt, they actually make them fresh. This is the dough. I put it inside of here Then I slice it in two and the syrup comes between This is the traditional caramel syrup And the other half goes on top. Or if street food isn’t quite your thing, come on over to FEBO. It’s just a few blocks over on Van Woustraat. At this Dutch fast food restaurant you just walk up to the automat, put in your money and pick out your food. Here you can try foods such as krokets, frinkandel and cheese souffle. Now that you’ve had your fill of Dutch food, you’ve got time for one more site! No visit to Amsterdam would be complete without a walk around the infamous Red Light District. From the Albert Cuypmarkt, you’ll head back in the direction of Central Station. Take tram 4, 16 or 24 and get off at the stop called the Dam. From there, it’s just a few short blocks away. From brothels and sex shows to museums and coffee shops this district leaves nothing to the imagination. Probably most famous for its red- lit windows filled with scantilly clad sex workers. Here you can look, and for the right price you can touch, but you cannot however take a picture! That is strictly forbidden! It is ridiculously crowded tonight! Oh my God! And those were our tips for 24 hours in Amsterdam Now it may seem like a lot, but it’s really not. And it’s going to give you a great overall impression of the city. If you’d like more in depth information to plan your stay in Amsterdam, just check out the links below. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to give us a like and subscribe. I’ll see you next time.