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What to Do in Amsterdam

  • Red Light District

    Infamous historical quarter where the sex-oriented business thrives. This place awakens after the sun sets.

  • Dam Square

    The heart of Amsterdam's his­torical town and also a place of political and symbolical significance – demonstrations are usually held here.

  • Van Gogh Museum

    Dedicated to Vincent van Gogh and his coevals, this museum hosts an amazing collection of artworks.

  • I amsterdam

    Take a picture with the sign that symbolizes the inclusion and is a slogan of Amsterdam. It is around 23 metres wide.

  • Anne Frank House

    A museum dedicated to the Jewish diarist Anne Frank. Deeply moving experience, reserve enough time for that.

  • Flower Market

    Discover what the Netherlands is so famous for! Visit the only floating flower market in the world and buy one of the gorgeous bouquets.

  • Canals of Amsterdam

    Taking a boat cruise through one of the countless Amsterdam canals is a great experience. A beautiful scenery will unveil in front of you.

  • Royal Palace of Amsterdam

    This is the official residence of Queen Beatrix. The palace is open to the visitors – and is well worth visiting, of course!

  • Vondelpark

    In this park, you can relax in the peaceful area of verdure and enjoy playgrounds, a theatre and many walkways.

  • Begijnhof

    Reserve enough time for exploring this charming medieval beguinage and its courtyard. What an amazing atmosphere.

  • Skinny Bridge

    This pedestrian bridge looks wonderful after the sunset – it lights up with hundreds of lights. A popular filming location.

  • Old Church

    The oldest church in the city is a site where a miracle might have happened. It has an unusual management – there are even exhibitions today.

  • Amsterdam Centraal Railway Station

    This more than a 100 years old station hasn't lost any of its charm over the years. See one of the busiest stations in the country for yourself.

  • Western Church

    This Protestant church boasts the highest tower in the city and this tower is often mentioned in the diary of Anne Frank.

  • Heineken Experience

    A great place providing all beer lovers with an interactive exhibition showing the brewing process of the world-known brand.

  • Museum Square

    The name says it all. There are four great museums located on the square – choosing the one to visit may be quite difficult.

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