your tailored travel experience
Sustainable travel is not about giving something up; it is about gaining something more
While providing unique experiences and outstanding service is essential, a DMC’s commitment to sustainable tourism best practices, including environmentally-friendly operations, support for the protection of natural and cultural heritage, and social and economic benefits to local people, is an increasingly essential aspect for success.
Guests recognize overtourism as a growing concern, and that changes need to be made if the beauty that attracts them to Amsterdam is going to last; travelers look to luxury travel experiences to help drive change that is positive and sustainable.
Amsterdam Green Hub is a Destination Management Company that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and ecological impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry, the environment and host communities in The Netherlands
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We are a hub that connects the community’s most innovative and sustainable resources (hotels, restaurants, transportation, and activities) with visitors. A tailor-made travel experience for you to discover this country in a sustainable way
How It Works
Minimize your environmental impact
Re-use your Amsterdam Green Hub bottles and bags during your stay
We choose the right suppliers in transportation, hotels, restaurants and activities
The location and choosing the right times are esential elements for a good mobility
What You Get
A maximized travel experience for you and the locals
Protection of cultural heritage is a pillar of sustainable tourism
Because of their innovative identity, the Dutch are not afraid of changes but they always take good care of keeping their traditions and character alive. Amsterdam has been a very important hub for scientific, artists, philosophers, tech, transportation along with its history and it’s in constant evolution. We aim to work as a bridge between the traveler and the local community.
david roncero carretero
jaime garrido latorre