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Amsterdam's RAI, pronounced "rye", is located in the Southern part of the Amsterdam business district, and is one of the largest exhibition centers in the Netherlands. With 11 multi-functional halls, 4 restaurants, 22 conference rooms, and the ability to feed thousands, RAI hosts many trade shows and other events. Close by is the World Trade Center, with first class facilities for smaller events. Because of Amsterdam's great transportation systems, you can stay in a hotel around Amsterdam RAI - World Trade Center, Amsterdam and be only minutes from the Royal Palace, the canals, and the museums of the city center. Enter your destination and traveling dates at, and you'll see a listing for every hotel that has rooms available when you need them.

What's Amsterdam RAI - World Trade Center, Amsterdam Like?

Amsterdam is an amazing city. An inexpensive way to get a feel for the city is to ride a tram around for an hour or so. You'll see a few of the neighborhoods, restaurants, and shops for yourself. The trams are smooth, modern, and you can catch one every few minutes in front of RAI, where you can also catch the metro trains. The trains will get you around the city much faster, and are great if you know where you're going. If you have kids who need activities, Amstelpark is very close to RAI and has a labyrinth and train for children to enjoy. The park also has a small farm and a midget golf course to keep the little ones occupied. Adults will enjoy the rose, rhododendron, and butterfly gardens. Beatrix Park is also very close to RAI, and was created in the late 1930s. It's a clean, peaceful city park with a small lake to enjoy.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Amsterdam RAI - World Trade, Amsterdam

One thing you might notice about Amsterdam is the way the whole city feels like one big neighborhood. Perhaps it's the sight of parades of gently rolling bikes that outnumber cars on many city streets. Maybe it's the old fashioned, yet unique facades of the buildings themselves. Whatever the reason, you'll find Amsterdam to be an open, friendly, and tolerant city. English is spoken everywhere, and you have a great number of options for dining and nightlife. While you're visiting to browse hotels around Amsterdam RAI or the World Trade Center in Amsterdam, take a moment to reserve your favorite rooms while they're available. It's easy to search, compare and book hotel rooms with, no matter where your travels take you.

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