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Amsterdam Beer Festival

 

27th – 29th October 2017

Email us with your travel requirements and we will gladly quote accordingly

Price includes travel, 3 night’s B&B in 3 or 4* hotels, VAT/TAXES and service charges.

© Pictures of Amsterdam courtesy of Amsterdam.info

 

 

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Your Trip

With over 50 types of glorious ‘bok’ beer on tap, it’s a haven for connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike. In many ways it’s back to basics, you get a glass upon entry and this is yours for the entire visit, so take good care of it! After you’ve tried a beer, rinse out your glass and it’s off to the next brewer’s stand. For a large part of the time, a live band ensures a positively festive atmosphere in the main hall. Bokbier traces its history back to the 14th century. Originally brewed as a dark beer, nowadays it also comes in paler and amber tints and is often brewed for special occasions including Christmas, Easter and Lent

Entry - in 2013 was €10

Tasting Glasses – TBA

Beer Tokens – €2.50 per coin in 2013

Opening Hours - Friday: 17:00 – 23:00 Saturday: 12:00 – 23:00 and Sunday: 12:00 – 19:00

Prices and times are dependent on travel requirements, please contact us for further information.

The Anne Frank House

Anne Frank had to go into hiding during World War Two to escape the Nazis’ persecution of the Jews. She was discovered and perished in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Her story is known worldwide because of her diary. Anne Frank’s diary has been translated into 70 languages. The place where Anne hid from 1942 to 1944 is known as the secret annex and is part of our museum. In the museum you can see Anne Frank’s original diary, which she wrote while in hiding. The museum tells the story of how the eight people in hiding lived and who helped them. The language in the museum and the exhibition is in Dutch and English. A museum guidebook in your language is available at the entrance. annefrank.org

The Heineken Experience

There is something secretive about the taste of the world’s best beers and certainly Heineken pilsner belongs to this group. The brewery was established in Amsterdam in 1864 and today Heineken is a huge multinational company, one of the three largest beer producers in the world. Throughout its history, Heineken remained by and large family company, with Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken as its biggest stockholder and her husband Michel on the company’s board. Heineken rich and successful history has been presented in their old defunct brewery in Amsterdam, with several amusement park attractions added to the exhibit and renamed as Amsterdam Heineken Experience. amsterdam.info

The Amsterdam’s canals 

The number of canals have led Amsterdam to become known as “The Venice of the North”. And thus, a trip to Amsterdam is not complete without a boat cruise on these well known attractions in Amsterdam. A canal tour can be both fascinating and relaxing by day and enchanting and romantic at night when many of the houses and bridges are illuminated. The four main city center canals are Prinsengracht, Herengracht, Keizersgracht and Singel. There are also numerous smaller canals in the neighbourhood of Jordaan, of which the Brouwersgracht, the Bloemgracht and the Leliegracht are especially pleasant. amsterdam.info

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