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Join Amsterdam local Audrey Sykes on an unforgettable adventure. With her unique perspective and advice you can trust, Moon Amsterdam has everything you need to know to explore like a local.
Moon Amsterdam shows travelers the best way to experience all Amsterdam has to offerfrom the true stereotypes of tulips blossoming between the ancient cobblestones and a frosty beer around every corner, to the secret attractions that are just a bike or boat ride away. Sykes includes unique trip ideas, including The Best of Amsterdam, Bruges, and Brussels, Amsterdam by Bicycle, and Beer for Connoisseurs. Moon Amsterdam gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience.
With expertly crafted maps and gorgeous photos, this full-color guidebook gives you the tools you need to have an immersive and unique experience.
Moon Amsterdam includes areas such as: The Center Red Light District and Nieuwmarkt Canal Belt Museumplein and Vondelpark De Pijp Jordaan Plantage Along the Ij River Greater Amsterdam Brussels Bruges
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Audrey Sykes hopped across the Atlantic pond in 2005 for a double master’s degree in international journalism and never returned. She has been a sportswriter in the Alps, a music critic in England, a nightlife reporter in Berlin, a adventure journalist in the South Caucasus, a beer blogger in Belgium, and above all, an author on Amsterdam. Her love affair with Amsterdam began as a broke grad student giving walking tours for tips. Her first writing gig on the city was for EuroCheapo, revealing all thinkable ways to live on a shoestring in the Dutch capital. Then came SPIN magazine and PartyEarth, writing about the city’s sultry nightlife and endless music scene. Sykes worked as a features journalist and editor for expat news sites, bleeds and magazine guides. In the summers Sykes still gives walking tours in Amsterdam, but prefers putting people around by boat when she can commandeer one.