Jun 23, 2011
Tipoa Car Hire Location in Netherlands
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Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) is the Netherlands' main international airport, located 20 minutes southwest of Amsterdam, in the municipality of Haarlemmermeer.
Amsterdam is a unique city. Despite the obvious presence of thousands of visitors, its life remained authentic. To observe it is enough to stroll along the canal streets or to sit for a while in one of Amsterdam many cafés.
Car hire in Amsterdam is the best way of seeing this beautiful country. Tipoa Car Hire has a wide range of car rental locations throughout The Netherlands. We are offering cars of all sizes from small compact cars to large luxury cars and mini buses.
Top sights in Amsterdam with your rental car:
Amsterdam canal ring
Civic Guards Gallery Schuttersgalerij AmsterdamThe city old centre is formed from canal rings, which give you the feeling of space, freedom and peace. Walk through these canal streets or better – take a trip with a boat by boarding one of the tourist cruises or by renting the boat yourself.
Civic Guards Gallery Schuttersgalerij AmsterdamThe Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands, with more than a million visitors each year. The Rijksmuseum is currently in a prolonged renovation, but a small part of it remains open. Its exhibition called The Masterpieces shows the most famous pieces of Dutch art from the 17th c., usually called the Golden Age of the Netherlands.
Van Gogh Museum
This modern museum houses some 200 paintings and 550 sketches showing Van Gogh in all his moods. This biggest in the world collection, combined with hundreds of letters by Van Gogh, and selected works by his friends and contemporaries, form the core of the museum's collection.
A narrow, vaulted passageway leads to this charming quiet garden surrounded by old houses, in the very centre of town. The devout celibate Béguine nuns have been replaced by old ladies.
This huge old protestant church with little houses clinging to its sides remains a calm heaven at the heart of the frenetic Red Light District.
Amsterdam Brown Café
After a busy day of walking enjoy a simple meal or just a coffee or beer in one of many Amsterdam old cafés called brown.
Is a traditional double-leaf Dutch draw-bridge connecting sides of river Amstel. About every 20 minutes the bridge opens, as the bridge master lets boats through.