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            Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands and almost a world of its own. Home to 174 different nationalities, Amsterdam is a true melting pot of cultures. The city centre with its famous canals breathes history and gives the city its character; the warehouses once used for trade have now been converted into apartments that mingle comfortably with international financial institutions nestled in 18th-century mansions. Amsterdam is located near Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, one of the biggest and most modern airports in Europe. The city has a remarkably compact centre with many interesting locations within walking distance, quite unique for a city that has almost 750,000 inhabitants. In addition to its fascinating mixture of cultures, Amsterdam also offers a nice blend of business and pleasure.

With two highly ranked universities and academic medical centres, Amsterdam has grown to be a centre of knowledge for important developments in science and research, attracting students from all over the world. As a result, the city has a highly educated and multilingual workforce. Add to that the extremely advanced communications infrastructure, and you can see why high-tech innovators and new media find Amsterdam so attractive, and why it is so popular as a base for European corporate headquarters.

The greater Amsterdam area offers a wide range of cultural festivities and prominent museums, such as the famous Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Cobra Museum of Modern Art. And with its hundreds of restaurants, bars and clubs, the city more than lives up to its reputation as one of Europe’s most exciting cities. Countless hotels and convention facilities accommodate business people looking to combine a productive working visit with a great time.


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