Let's Go Budget Amsterdam: The Student Travel Guide

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Avalon Travel, Mar 6, 2012 - Travel - 184 pages
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"Let's Go Budget Amsterdam" is a budget traveler's ticket to getting the most out of a trip to Amsterdam--without breaking the bank. Whether you want to finally see "Sunflowers" in person at the Van Gogh Museum, sample the fare at one of the city's world-famous coffeeshops, or partake in Leidseplein's hopping bar scene, this slim, easy-to-carry guide is packed with dollar-saving information to help you make every penny count. "Let's Go Budget Amsterdam" also includes neighborhood maps to help you get oriented, plus eight pages' worth of color photos to whet your appetite for sightseeing. From how to get discount tickets for museums, performances, and public transportation to where to find cheap eats and affordable accommodations, "Let's Go Budget Amsterdam" has got you covered--and it's small enough to fit in your back pocket.
Let's Go Budget Guides are for travelers who want to spend less but have more fun, students with more time than money, and anyone who appreciates a good deal. Let's Go Budget guides are written by Harvard student researchers. And who better than a starving student to figure out how to stretch a budget--and discover what's free and fun along the way?
 

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Contents

Wn _
3
Planning Your Trip
9
Acconnnodafions
29
Sights
49
Food
73
Nightlife
94
Arts and Culture
115
Shopmng
125
Essenfiah
132
Amsterdam 101
151
BeyondTbufisnt
159
Index
171
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Every summer for the past 50 years, Harvard students have gathered together the bare necessities and set off with nothing but a backpack and some old-fashioned grit. Budget-conscious gourmets, nimble transit-takers, and die-hard bar-hoppers--Let’s Go Researchers have the time of their lives, so you’ll know exactly how to have the time of yours. As our veterans like to say, it’s more a lifestyle than a job. We’ve done it all--the good, the bad, the ugly, and the unforgettable--to bring our readers the most candid, witty, and irreverent travel advice available.

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