Words & photos by Diti Asiag. This guide to solo travel in Amsterdam is written by a local and contains affiliate links to trusted partners!
Considering a solo trip to Amsterdam?
Then you’re in the right place, as the following guide will help you travel Amsterdam alone with confidence and have an incredible time.
Amsterdam is the Dutch capital often referred to as the “Venice of the North.”
It’s one of the most popular destinations in Europe, and is probably most famous for having no fewer than 165 canals, 1281 bridges, and 75 museums!
Additionally, this unique city has an abundance of things to offer visitors; rich history, art and culture, stunning architecture, picturesque views, and vibrant nightlife.
Keep reading to learn how to plan an unforgettable Amsterdam solo travel itinerary. As an Amsterdam local, I can’t wait to share this incredible city with you!
Amsterdam Solo Travel Top Picks:
✈️ Airport Transfer: Click here to book
🏨 Amsterdam Hotels: Some of my favorite accommodations for solo travelers include:
–Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht
–INK Hotel Amsterdam – MGallery
– Flying Pig Downtown (hostel)
Click here for an Amsterdam accommodation map with pricing
🎉 Things To Do: A few top picks for Amsterdam tours include:
–Amsterdam Alternative Culture Walking Tour with Local Food Sampling
–Bike Tour of Amsterdam’s Highlights & Hidden Gems
–Anne Frank Guided Walking Tour through Amsterdam’s Jewish Quarter
Click here for a full list of local Amsterdam tours
☔ Solo Travel Safety: While Amsterdam is safe for solo travel, it’s still smart to pack travel safety essentials. One top pick is the She’s Birdie Personal Safety Alarm, which is TSA-approved and can help scare away potential attackers. Other recommendations include Clever Travel Companion Pickpocket-Proof Garments and Speakeasy Travel Supply Hidden Pocket Scarves.
🚅 Train Travel: Omio
🏥 Travel Insurance: SafetyWing
📞 Staying Connected: Airalo eSIM
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Why A Solo Trip To Amsterdam Is A Great Idea
Okay, so let’s start by talking about why enjoying female solo travel to Amsterdam is absolutely something you should consider and why the city is one of the best places in Europe for solo travel.
First of all, no Netherlands travel guide would be complete without talking about this exciting city. There is truly so much to do and see in regards to history, culture, art, food, nature, and more.
Moreover, Amsterdam is a safe city to visit for women of all ages. From my own experience of living here for over 17 years and speaking with solo female travelers, women experience little if any harassment here.
That being said, it’s important to remember — as you would anywhere else you visit — to be mindful of where you are and follow normal safety precautions just to be on the safe side.
In terms of solo female travel, Amsterdam is safe to explore on your own. The locals are friendly and open-minded, and they enjoy meeting new people from around the world.
You also don’t have to worry about getting odd stares when doing things on your own and sitting at a restaurant by yourself, as everyone is free to be and do as they please.
In my opinion, that is really the beauty of this city; the vibe here feels very liberating.
Another thing that makes Amsterdam easy to wander through and discover on your own is reliable and safe public transport.
Having said that, Amsterdam is a compact city compared to other European capitals. The center is relatively small and most of the sights and attractions are close together, meaning that seeing the beauty of the city is possible on foot.
English is spoken well by most people, as well as other languages like German and French.
On that note, let’s dive into some important tips for enjoying solo travel to Amsterdam:
The Best Time To Visit Amsterdam
The best time to visit Amsterdam is from spring in late April through the summer until September. This is when the weather is at its best and it’s wonderful to be outside.
The fall months from late September to early November can be pleasant as well; however, there is a bigger chance of sometimes having bad weather.
Getting To Amsterdam From Schiphol Airport
The cheapest way to get from the airport to the city center is by train.
The trains here are comfortable and punctual. There is a train running to Amsterdam every 10 minutes, and a ticket will cost you €4.60 (Euros).
The train will take you to Amsterdam’s Central Station — also known as Amsterdam Centraal. This station is located in one of the most beautiful buildings of the city built between 1881 and 1889.
From the main hall, you will find bus routes, trams, and the metro to connect with any part of the city you need to get to.
The other option is to use a licensed taxi — though note that it will be pricy, especially if you’re traveling solo and don’t have anyone to split the fare with. The short journey will cost you between €45 to €50.
Note that if you’re arriving to the airport between midnight and 5am then a taxi is your only option.
Practical Tips For Visiting Amsterdam Solo
Before we start, here is some important practical information you should know:
1. You can pay with a debit card almost everywhere in Amsterdam — as well as credit cards, though not in every shop. I would recommend having some cash with you for small purchases, local markets, taxis, and emergencies.
2. The Dutch weather may be less reliable than you are used to. The weather can change rapidly and even during summer, you can have two seasons in a matter of hours. In the last few years — possibly due to global warming — spring and summer have been very warm. When you pack, please keep this in mind.
3. Yes, you are expected to tip in Amsterdam! For some strange reason people tend to think that the Dutch don’t tip well, but we do! We tip between 10-12% in restaurants and bars.
4. Carry a water bottle when you are sightseeing in Amsterdam. This is not only cheaper and more convenient, but it is also a more sustainable way to travel. This way you won’t have to purchase plastic drink bottles when out and about.
5. Have an adaptor with you in Amsterdam for your electrical devices. Here is a budget-friendly one you can buy.
6. The cheapest way to have internet in Amsterdam is by purchasing a local SIM card for your phone. It is important to have internet — and not just for sharing beautiful travel photography on social media. You will need it for navigation, online purchases for Amsterdam museum tickets and other attractions, paying for parking, and safety reasons like downloading travel safety apps.
7. Amsterdam shopping tip: Most tourists flock to the main pedestrian shopping street called the Kalverstraat (near Dam Square) or to Leidsestraat. If you would like to shop beyond the usual H&M or Zara, I recommend the Utrechtsestraat shopping passage and the Nine Streets neighborhood for unique boutiques and outside-the-box options including vintage stores.
8. Get an iAmsterdam City Card and save money. The iAmsterdam City Card is a pre-paid pass and discount card to museums and other Amsterdam attractions around the city. It also gives you free access to public transport. If you plan to visit museums and attractions during your visit, it is worth checking their free entry and discounted admission list. You can buy it at the airport or tourist information offices.
How To Get Around Amsterdam
Amsterdam is very easy to explore. It is small, accessible, and easily done on foot — though if you want to explore the different neighborhoods you can use the tram or the metro.
You can also take a tuk-tuk for a short sightseeing tour.
Here are a few tips for getting around on your solo trip to Amsterdam:
1. The local way to get around Amsterdam is by bike but please, do not rent a bike if you can’t ride a bike! It can get very busy and hectic on the bike path. Moreover, locals ride like no one else you have ever encountered and have zero tolerance for tourists on bikes. If you’re up for the task, Yellow bikes and Rent-A-Bike are very popular with visitors.
2. Amsterdam has great public transportation that connects all parts of the city. Trams run until midnight, and then from midnight to 5am you have night buses. Note: I personally don’t feel comfortable taking the night bus and would recommend skipping it if possible.
3. To be able to use Amsterdam’s public transportation you will need a tourist OV Chipcard. Note: Buying your ticket in cash on the tram is no longer possible! If there is a conductor on the tram, you may purchase a card using your debit card but not cash. You can buy a single-use tourist chipcard or an anonymous OV-Chipkaart at public transport service desks or from the ticket vending machines in stations.
Depending on how often you’ll take public transportation, it may make sense to opt for a 24-hour ticket. Usually, it is cheaper this way than buying single cards each time.
You will need to scan the card when you get on and when you get off the tram, bus, or metro. Failing to do so means your card is invalid for your next trip. I can’t tell you how many tourists I’ve seen arguing on the tram, saying they bought their card only 10 minutes ago and so it must still be valid.
Again, don’t forget to scan it when getting off!
4. Know how to avoid getting ripped off in a taxi in Amsterdam. Make sure the rate is arranged before you start the journey. To avoid getting ripped off by a taxi driver, it’s helpful to ask your hotel for specific directions and a suggested rate beforehand.
Additionally, I always act on the side of caution when taking a taxi and have someone on the phone with me during my ride. There have been stories about taxi drivers trying to hit on female passengers and I want to avoid this.
5. Uber is an option in Amsterdam, too. Consider installing the app before you leave home so you have it ready to go.
Where To Stay In Amsterdam
Amsterdam’s city center and the canal belt that surrounds it is really where the magic happens!
There are beautiful hotels along the canals and in the city center. You will find boutique hotels here that are modern and yet have lots of character and are safe places to stay in Amsterdam.
In terms of charm, there are three main canals dug during the Dutch Golden Age. When wandering around you have stunning Dutch architecture to admire as well as museums, bars, restaurants, and lovely shopping streets.
The biggest advantage of staying in the heart of Amsterdam is that you are within walking distance of all the major attractions Amsterdam has to offer.
If you are in Amsterdam for the first time, I highly suggest staying here rather than in one of the suburbs.
Amsterdam has a wide selection of hotels visitors can choose from to match different styles and solo travel budgets.
These are some of my favorite Amsterdam hotels offering an amazing city experience:
Some solo female travelers prefer to stay in a social hostel with common areas and group events where the chance to meet fellow solo travelers is greater.
In that case, the Flying Pig Downtown is a popular place to stay with people backpacking in Amsterdam.
If you’d like some additional options or to price compare, here is a local accommodation map showing a mix of hotels and self-contained rentals:
You can also click this link to pull up the map.
Safety Tips For Solo Female Travelers To Amsterdam
As I mentioned at the start, using common sense and keeping your wits about you is the key to staying safe while on the move. Always let someone know where you are and what you are planning to do.
Here are some other Amsterdam safety tips:
1. Don’t buy drugs from street dealers in Amsterdam. This should go without saying, but because Amsterdam is popular with drug tourism I think it’s important to mention. Not only is buying drugs off the street illegal, but it’s dangerous, too.
2. Beware of pickpocketers in busy areas and on Amsterdam’s public transport. While solo travelers don’t need to worry too much about violent crime, it’s smart to know how to avoid pickpockets to keep your valuables safe.
Building on this, never walk around with your phone or other valuables in your back pockets. Consider using a front or cross-over bag — like these — instead of a backpack so to keep your belongings safe.
While we’re talking about valuables, it’s probably smart to leave your passport in your hotel’s safe along with your other valuables.
3. Don’t walk in Amsterdam’s cycle paths. It’s a sure way to get hit and potentially badly injured.
4. Stay safe in Amsterdam’s coffee shops: Please beware when smoking and drinking by yourself. In general, the only people you’ll find here will be tourists — and not always tourists with the best intentions. Building on this, don’t accept drinks from strangers and don’t leave your drink unattended.
5. Street harassment can happen anywhere. That being said, in my 17 years of living in Amsterdam I’m happy to say I have never encountered it. Should you receive unwanted male attention most times if you ignore the person and walk past they will get the hint.
6. Know what areas of Amsterdam to avoid. The Biljmer as well as parts of the Bos and Lommer neighborhoods are not considered the best to hang out in, and I recommend avoiding them. Besides, unless you live there, there’s nothing to see there.
7. Notes on the Amsterdam Red Light District: Much has been written about this quarter known for its prostitutes and sex shows, and tourists do flock there; however, I personally don’t understand why. In fact, I advise you to spend your time elsewhere — not necessarily because of safety issues, but because there is no shortage of worthwhile things to see and do in Amsterdam.
That being said, if you must visit the Red Light District, I suggest going during the day when the atmosphere is friendlier and more relaxed.
During the evening it is very crowded and unpleasant to stroll through.
Also, there is absolutely no photography allowed here. Please respect the privacy of the women who work in this district.
If it’s Amsterdam solo nightlife you’re after, there are better places to enjoy your nights where you won’t have to worry about things around you. You’ll find some recommendations below in the food and drink section of this Amsterdam solo travel guide.
8. Keep the address of your Amsterdam hotel handy. You might even consider carrying around their business card to have it within reach at all times.
Unforgettable Things To Do In Amsterdam As A Solo Traveler
Looking for fun things to do in Amsterdam on your own? Don’t miss the following local experiences!
Remember, one of the biggest benefits of traveling alone is having ultimate freedom over your schedule, so feel free to adapt the below suggestions to suit your itinerary.
1. Explore a local Amsterdam museum (or three!)
You are spoiled for choice in Amsterdam when it comes to museums, as the city has about 75 to choose from.
Stroll through the Rijksmuseum to admire the Dutch Masters.
It is huge so you will need to devote serious time to it. Or you can head directly to one of the most famous paintings in the world called The Night Watch by Rembrandt.
Additionally, I would recommend the following museums as important additions to your Amsterdam itinerary:
- Anne Frank House, where you can learn about Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank and see her family’s secret annex.
- Moco Museum, which puts on expos featuring Banksy, Warhol, and Dali.
- Van Gogh Museum, a museum dedicated to the works of Vincent van Gogh and his contemporaries.
As you can see, exploring the museums when going to Amsterdam on your own is worthwhile.
2. Visit the Lord in the Attic Museum
This is probably one of the best-hidden churches and museums in Amsterdam!
It’s a unique museum that stretches over three canal houses dating back to the 17th century. These houses were secretly connected at a time when Catholics could not freely practice their religion in the Netherlands.
The museum showcases what life was like centuries ago — though the cherry on top is the beautiful Catholic church in the attic, which is not visible from the outside.
Additionally, the decor, furniture, and architecture are in the Golden Age style.
3. Explore the Westerkerk
Located next to the Anne Frank House, you’ll see a church and tower called the Westerkerk.
This large church and high tower are mentioned several times in Anne Frank’s diary written while the family was in hiding from the Nazis.
Apart from the history and beautiful architecture, if you climb to the top of the tower you are guaranteed spectacular panoramic views of Amsterdam.
4. Spend time at the Royal Palace of Amsterdam
If you like palaces, step inside the Royal Palace of Amsterdam in Dam Square.
It’s one of three palaces in the Netherlands. While the facade is beautiful, visitors can also explore the interior and tour the stately rooms.
Opposite the palace, you’ll find the National Monument of Amsterdam, a World War II memorial honoring the nation’s fallen soldiers.
5. Explore Amsterdam’s canals by boat & bike
On a canal cruise, you’ll learn about the city’s history and see some true Amsterdam hidden gems that aren’t easily seen while exploring on foot.
Moreover, what you see from the water you cannot see from land, so bring your camera for unique photos.
Most of these cruises depart from near Amsterdam Centraal station.
Another option idea is to rent a canal bike, which is a small boat with foot pedals.
Add cheese and a small bottle of red wine to the mix and you’re set to have fun on the water.
Just don’t forget to take a map!
Overall, going on a canal cruise or riding a bike to explore the city’s canal are must activities in Amsterdam for solo travellers.
6. Visit a Buddhist temple
Visit Fo Guang Shan, a Buddhist temple in the historical and colorful neighborhood of Nieuwmarkt.
This area is also known as Chinatown and is worth a stroll through.
The temple is beautiful as it stands out from the traditional Dutch architecture found here. The golden roof tiles and traditional ornamentation for the temple were flown in specially from China.
If you’re looking to ground yourself or still your mind, the Buddhist temple serves as a meditation center.
7. Wander Amsterdam’s Vondel Park
Here you can have a picnic and just chill out with the locals and other travelers. If you’re traveling solo in Amsterdam, consider bringing a picnic and offering to share with new friends.
Vondel Park is Amsterdam’s version of NYC’s Central Park. It is where locals like to unwind, walk, jog, and enjoy the sun with friends.
There is art to see throughout the park, too, the highlight of which is a sculpture named The Bird located at the southern end of the park made by Picasso!
This outdoor sculpture was created in 1965 to commemorate the park’s 100th birthday.
Vondel Park is home to one of the best terraces in Amsterdam!
8. Admire Amsterdam’s architecture
If you’re traveling alone in Amsterdam, take to the streets and don’t forget to look up!
The most beautiful symbols and typical Dutch features can be found at the top of the houses.
Plantage Middlelaan, the Nine Streets, and the Jordaan are my favorite neighborhoods to wander around in for architecture.
Moreover, the cobbled streets surrounding the canals feature big, beautiful, and of course high-end homes. My recommendation is to wander around the Herengracht and the Keizersgracht canals.
9. Expand your palate with global cuisine
Try local and international delicacies in the Foodhallen. This is an indoor food market where even the pickiest eaters can find something to satisfy their taste buds.
Speaking of markets, most tourists go to the Albert Cuyp Market in the Pjip neighborhood. This market has some delicious food stands serving items like stroopwafels — which are thin waffles filled with maple — and poffertjes which are tiny pancakes with sprinkled sugar powder on top.
10. Shop at the Netherlands’ oldest flea market
I also love visiting the Waterlooplein Flea Market, a big outdoor bazaar showcasing over 300 stalls that is the oldest flea market in the Netherlands!
11. Have fun & take in the views from ADAM Tower
Cross over to Amsterdam Noord by using the free ferry behind Central Station.
On the other side, you can visit the ADAM Tower. This tower has an amazing lookout point at the top offering stunning panoramic views of Amsterdam.
On the entry-level as well as the top floors, they offer fabulous restaurants and activities. DJs play there on weekends, for example, in the Moon and Madam restaurants.
This all being said, the best part is definitely the swing on the 22nd floor which is the highest swing in Europe!
Located right on the edge of the building, there are three swings. Swinging on it is terrifying and exhilarating at the same time.
12. Have a cinematic experience at Eye Film Institute
The Eye Film Institute is a fun and interative experience.
This museum has a great archive of movies and they do screenings of Dutch as well as international films on occasion.
13. See an incredible Amsterdam sunset
Watch the sunset from Pllek, a restaurant with full views of the water and the city in front of you.
Along with having delicious food, they put on fun events like musical and theater performances as well as yoga classes.
14. Rent a bike & explore Amsterdam
Remember, do this only if you can bike!
If you can, cycling is a great way to feel the beat of the city and take in Amsterdam’s charm.
Renting a bike in Amsterdam is simple, too, as you have many rental companies — mostly around Central Station and Dam Square.
15. Spend time exploring Westergasfabriek
Westergasfabriek is a former gasworks that has been transformed into a cultural venue.
Here you’ll find restaurants, art galleries, music, and a big park to stroll through.
16. Enjoy mother nature at the Amsterdamse Bos
Amsterdamse Bos is a huge nature park that is three times the size of NYC’s Central Park.
Here you’ll find a big lake, multiple forests, grasslands, hiking trails, sporting events, and more. You can definitely spend a day here immersing yourself in greenspace!
17. Explore secret Amsterdam at the Begijnhof
The Begijnhof is a hidden courtyard right in the heart of the city. In fact, it’s located just off the main shopping street — though you would never guess it’s there.
This beautiful and peaceful inner courtyard dates back to the 14th century, making it one of the oldest courtyards in Amsterdam.
It features historic houses where religious single women used to live together after they vowed chastity.
18. Have a beer at Brouwerij ’t IJ
Instead of the Heineken Experience, head to Brouwerij ’t IJ, a small yet beloved local brewery.
It is located next door to the De Gooyer Windmill, the tallest wooden mill in the Netherlands at 26.6 meters (~87.3 feet) high.
Best Tours For A Solo Trip To Amsterdam
Another must-have experience when enjoying solo travel in Amsterdam: join a walking tour to connect with other solo travelers!
A few highly-rated local tours include:
- Amsterdam Alternative Culture Walking Tour with Local Food Sampling
- Discover Amsterdam’s Art and Culture with a Local
- Bike Tour of Amsterdam’s Highlights & Hidden Gems
- Amsterdam Cheese Tasting with Wine & Beer Pairing
- Anne Frank Guided Walking Tour through Amsterdam’s Jewish Quarter
Where To Eat & Drink In Amsterdam
Now let’s talk about food in Amsterdam!
The culinary options in Amsterdam are remarkable and honestly, endless. You’ll be able to find any type of cuisine you like — and then some.
To help you discover the tasty side of the city, I’ve comprised a list below featuring a mix of trendy bars and restaurants as well as yummy and relaxed pitstop options.
All are fabulous and are great for solo dining in Amsterdam!
The Corner Bakery: Visit for a beautiful, colorful, and over-the-top breakfast or brunch. Do not even try to count calories here.
Jansz: This spot is perfect for a lazy brunch, afternoon drinks, or fancy dinner after exploring the Jordaan and the Nine Streets neighborhoods.
For some fun Amsterdam solo nightlife head over to Satchmo, a bar and restaurant that plays a lot of Jazz. They have live music during the weekends, a lively crowd, and delicious food!
MOMO is a Michelin-starred restaurant offering a great combination of exotic drinks on the bar and delish sushi and Eastern fusion dishes in the restaurant. It’s beautifully designed, totally trendy, and buzzing with good energy!
Go on the Pancake boat: This activity I have to admit is still one of my favorites. I take all my visitors on this tour. During this cruise, you can see incredible views of Amsterdam from the water while enjoying traditional Dutch pancakes — which are large and thin and covered with toppings both sweet and savory. The cruise leaves from Amsterdam-Noord and lasts around 2.5 hours.
You can’t visit Amsterdam without trying Bitterballen, a classic and yummy Dutch snack traditionally made with meat filling; however, these days new modern options are available — including a vegetarian one. At Bar Bitterbal you have a wide selection of over 25 different flavors to sample in a cozy atmosphere with great vibes. My favorites? Smoked salmon, goat cheese, ricotta combined with mozzarella, and hummus.
Enjoy a meal at REM Eiland: This quirky restaurant is located on the former broadcast platform of an illegal television station that broadcasted commercial television against the government’s wishes in 1964 — and got away with it for a bit thanks to its location in international waters. Here you can enjoy a fun culinary experience and wonderful views of Amsterdam from above.
Cafe Panache: Where margaritas come in carafes! Need I say more?
5&33: Located in the Art’otel opposite Central Station. It is modern with unique art displayed all over. Downstairs you can explore art and photography exhibitions.
Floor 17: Enjoy stunning views of the city while holding a cocktail in your hand at this hip rooftop bar. Another rooftop I love is on the 6th floor of the W Hotel near Dam Square.
Pulitzer Hotel Bar: This bar is dark and cozy with velvet decor and lovely canal views.
LuminAir Amsterdam: Located on the 11th floor of the DoubleTree by Hilton, this bar offers panoramic views of the city, yummy cocktails, and bites to go pair. They also have a beautiful rooftop terrace.
When the Dutch want to unwind and have a spontaneous beer with friends after work, they often go to what’s called a “brown cafe”. This type of traditional bar is where people stand and chat; it’s not a place for cocktails and finger food. You can find a few good ones in Rembrandt Plein like Heeren Aan de Amstel.
Where To Enjoy Brunch In Amsterdam
A weekend in Amsterdam just isn’t the same without brunch. Luckily, Amsterdam has many unique and delicious spots to choose from, allowing you a different culinary experience every weekend! On lazy Sundays, a boozy brunch is a fun thing to do, which allows for delicious food and drink in a relaxed yet lively atmosphere.
A few recommendations include:
Gs: This is one of my favorites mainly because of the atmosphere. It’s unique, fun, and a bit cheeky. A must-try is their Brunch Boat, where you can enjoy a brunch with bottomless drinks while cruising on a canal! They sail on the weekends boarding at Keizersgracht 177. Reservations are a must.
Benji’s: Feel as if you’re in Bali for a couple of hours. This space has a beautiful tropical design that makes for a relaxed vibe. There are three locations in Amsterdam to choose from — East, West, and New West.
Little Collins: The concept here is doing things Melbourne-style. In fact, the Australian owners of this cool hangout offer an unconventional menu with dishes like caramelized French toast laced with rhubarb and raisin compote, goat cheese cream, tahini custard, and ginger rye almond praline.
Starring at Jacob: This is an American brunch bar that is too cool for school. It captures those NYC vibes perfectly and is famous for their chicken and waffles and, of course, dirty Bloody Mary’s.
Travel Insurance In Amsterdam
When enjoying Netherlands solo travel — or heading anywhere else in the world — make sure to get travel insurance.
One of the best travel medical insurance for travelers is SafetyWing as they’ve got a large network and offer both short-term and long-term coverage — including coverage if you’re traveling for months as well as limited coverage in your home country).
Additionally, SafetyWing is budget-friendly and offers $250,000 worth of coverage with just one low overall deductible of $250.
FAQ on things to know when visiting Amsterdam alone
Q) What do I do in Amsterdam alone?
If you go on a solo trip to Amsterdam, you can visit the city’s main museums, discover the Royal Palace of Amsterdam, go on a canal cruise, and enjoy the local and international food, among other fun activities.
Q) How safe is Amsterdam for solo female travelers?
Amsterdam is very safe for solo female travelers, and the chances of being the victim of a violent crime are low.
Q) How do I get around Amsterdam?
Amsterdam is walkable, but you can also ride a bike or use public transport like a tram or bus.
What are your favorite things to do on a solo trip to Amsterdam?
*Featured Amsterdam solo travel image via Canva Pro.
About The Author
Hi! I’m Diti, an Israeli travel and lifestyle blogger living in Amsterdam. I have been exploring the world, living in different countries from a young age (eight countries on three continents), and always feeding my wanderlust — because to me, to travel is to live!
Backpacking, solo travel, budget travel, city trips, island vacations, extreme adventures, luxury journeys; I’ve done it all!
I specialize in Israel (my home) and the Netherlands (my home away from home).
My mission is to inspire and empower you to travel by offering you high-quality travel content and resources on my blog, My Trendy Trail.
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