Episode 13: Amsterdam

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Amsterdam, Netherlands

This week on Top Travel join Fez and Anesu as they jump continents to cycle Amsterdam, try a little cheese farming and discover how the picturesque windmills of Zaans Schans turn the ocean into land.

They then head to the blooming splendour of Keukenhof Gardens to lose themselves in a sea of tulips, taste a little green star farm-to-table dining at De Kas Restaurant, nestled within a stunning greenhouse, paint Delft pottery and print a Rembrandt.

Our beloved couple then conclude their adventure, and this episode season, with a tranquil canal cruise, a quintessential Amsterdam experience offering unrivalled views of the city’s timeless beauty.

Watch the final episode of Season 4 Saturday at 8:30pm on S3, repeated Sunday at 1. 


Get all the details of the places we stayed at, experiences we had and things you should add to your travel bucket list! 


Restaurant de Kas

Harvested in the morning, on your plate in the afternoon. Farm to table cooking from the gardens in Amsterdam & De Beemster.

Restaurant de Kas has been working with this philosophy, from plant to plate, since 2001. It’s in their DNA. Their gardens in Amsterdam and the Beemster are the heart and soul of their restaurant and their menu. They reflect the changing seasons and never fail to surprise.
In their gardens – greenhouse and open air – they grow around 300 varieties of vegetables, herbs and fruits. Harvested at the very last minute and prepared in the kitchen as quickly as possible.

Learn more: restaurantdekas.com

Explore Amsterdam by Bike

Explore Amsterdam like a local with We Bike Amsterdam. We Bike Amsterdam provides guided bike tours in Amsterdam and the countryside by local guides. They are a collective of enthusiastic guides with a passion for Amsterdam and cycling.

With their bike tours, they want to show you the real city of Amsterdam and Holland’s countryside. 

Find out more: www.webikeamsterdam.com

Experience true spring at Keukenhof 

Keukenhof, the most beautiful spring garden in the world! It is an icon for the floriculture sector, for the flower bulb region and for the Netherlands. In spring, Keukenhof and the flowering bulb fields attract visitors to our country as there are few other crowd-pullers at that time of the year. The park is a ‘must see’ destination on travel itineraries.

If you’re looking to visit Keukenhof, they will be open again in 2025 for the flower season, from 20 March – 11 May.

Explore more: keukenhof.nl