Several tourists who have never been on private Amsterdam walking tours often ask when the best time to tour Amsterdam is. The reality is that there is no specific time to visit the Dutch capital, Amsterdam. The city hosts a number of parties, events, sporting events, musical performance, and more throughout the year, so you can visit Amsterdam in any season. In addition to that, you will also find plenty of things to do and see in the city all through the year.
The month of June marks the arrival of summer in the Dutch capital, and that means, the long days and warm nights this month will bring a lot more fun to your Amsterdam tour. The month of June also marks the beginning of a busy festival period in the city, which means that you can expect crowds in most of the popular attractions. Below are some of the best things you can do in Amsterdam in June.
The Rijksmuseum is one of the most popular museums in the city and it is something you do not want to miss while you are going on private Amsterdam walking tours. The museum is currently hosting a High Society exhibition that features 35 life-size portraits by some of the greatest artists in the world. In addition to that, tourists who visit Rijksmuseum in June will also be able to attend KWAB: A monstrous style exhibition that features the auricular style interior artworks.
The International Grass Court Tennis Tournament (women’s WTA and men’s ATP) will be held at Autotron Rosmalen, which is situated near Den Bosch. The event will begin on June 11 and end by June 17, 2018. If you are a person who loves tennis, then make sure to attend at least one of the matches, as it will make your tour an everlasting experience.
The biggest performing arts festival in the Netherlands, the Holland Festival, is another exciting thing waiting to unfold in Amsterdam in the month of June. International performers from all over the world as well as locals gather around during this time in the city squares to show their talents and entertain the crowds. You will be able to catch theatrical performances, opera, films, and more at the Holland Festival.