What to Visit in Amsterdam

A lovely tour of Amsterdam's top attractions.

Red Light District, Amsterdam

Things to do on this trip

Day 1

  • Northern Market, Amsterdam

    Northern Market

    This square is always busy with activity. Sit down in one of the many cafés and enjoy people-watching.

  • Western Church, Amsterdam

    Western Church

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

  • Amsterdam Museum, Amsterdam

    Amsterdam Museum

    If you want to familiarise yourself with the history of Amsterdam, this museum is an ideal place! Many interesting facts presented here.

  • Royal Palace of Amsterdam, Amsterdam

    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!

  • Dam Square, Amsterdam

    Dam Square

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

  • In de Wildeman, Amsterdam

    In de Wildeman

    All beer lovers will fall in love with this place where no loud music can be heard. The variety of beers offered here is amazingly wide!

Day 2

  • Vondelpark, Amsterdam


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

  • Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

    Van Gogh Museum

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

  • I amsterdam, Amsterdam

    I amsterdam

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

  • Begijnhof, Amsterdam


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

  • Flower Market, Amsterdam

    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.

  • Skinny Bridge, Amsterdam

    Skinny Bridge

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

  • Old Church, Amsterdam

    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.

  • Red Light District, Amsterdam

    Red Light District

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

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