You'll be in Amsterdam for business but that really doesn't mean you have to be boring. Book a few extra days before or after iGB Live! and enjoy one of our 15 things to do in sunny Amsterdam.
Why not treat yourself this year, Amsterdam is a beautiful city and you deserve a break. Why not book a few extra days in Amsterdam before or after the conference to get to know one of Europe's most popular cities.
This list will give you a little idea of what Amsterdam in July has to offer - no more, no less.
We get to the point, no waffle, no extra spiel. Just great recommendations.
15. Huis Marseille
Not restricted to sunny days, but the Huis Marseilles is a photography museum in Amsterdam perfect for those who appreciate incredible photography.
14. Amsterdam Arena
Home of Europa League and Eredivisie runners-up Ajax, the Amsterdam Arena is a great modern stadium well worth a visit/tour.
13. The port of Amsterdam
Not just a David Bowie track, the Port of Amsterdam is the 4th busiest in Europe. With no tidal activity, it's a fantastic sight to behold when the sun reflects off the water.
12. Amsterdam's street art
Spuistraat, NDSM, Jordaan, De Wallen, Entrepotdok and Zuiderzeeweg Amsterdam Oost are some great spots to see some of Amsterdam's famous street art.
11. Flower Market in Amsterdam
The Flower Market in Amsterdam is the world's only floating flower market - it is located on the Singel canal between the Koningsplein and the Muntplein.
10.The I Amsterdam Letters
Iconic sign and perfect sunny day picture opportunity - located in the museum district.
9. Kalverstraat and Vlooienmarkt
The shopping districts of Kalverstraat and Vlooienmarkt are the only place in Amsterdam to really enjoy some retail therapy.
8. Dam Square
Famous Amsterdam town square "Dam Square" - also the location of our closing night party.
Secluded courtyard and secret gardens in the centre of Amsterdam. Peaceful location to wind down after a busy conference.
6. Anne Frank House
Historical building and museum dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank. A must visit of Amsterdam.
Team favourite! Living room bar serving a wide variety of gin - you'll definitely find some of our team in here on their days off.
4. Grab an Amsterdam bike and cycle
You're in the cycling capital of Europe. It would be criminal to not hire a bike and take it for a ride on the Dutch cycleways.
The Rijksmusuem is the national museum of the Netherlands. It's an astonishing building with plenty of interesting art and history within.
Cycle through it, walk through it, enjoy it in the sun. Vondelpark is Amsterdams largest green space and a beautiful place to spend a summer evening.
1. Amsterdam's famous canals
The only way to discover the historic Amsterdam canals is by taking a cruise - perfect on a sunny afternoon with a cold drink.