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Enter a land ruled by bikes and canals, and steeped in counter-cultural tradition. Enjoy a thriving music scene, world-class museums, and more in a city that is brimming with the legacy of the Golden Age. Uncover the real Amsterdam with a local expert.

Attractions in Amsterdam

A magnificent building with a collection to match, this is the Netherlands' most popular national museum.
Van Gogh Museum
A stunning collection of works by the world's most eminent Post-Impressionist.
Canal Cruise
Enjoy the perfect view of Amsterdam’s highlights from its canals.
Oude Kerk (Old Church)
Amsterdam’s Oude Kerk was consecrated over 700 years ago. Before the Reformation of 1578, it was a Roman Catholic church; afterwards, it became an important centre of Calvinism.
Dam Square
Lying in the very heart of the Dutch capital, Dam Square is surrounded by scenic and notable buildings.
Koninklijk Paleis (Royal Palace)
Amsterdam’s Royal Palace is one of the best examples of Dutch Baroque.
Nieuwe Kerk (New Church)
Used for Dutch royal investiture ceremonies, this magnificent church is full of history.
Magna Plaza
Built in the 19th century as a post office, Magna Plaza is today an iconic shopping centre.
Anne Frank House
The house in which Anne Frank and her family hid from Nazi persecution.
Westerkerk (West Church)
This 17th century Protestant church has a tower with breathtaking views of the city.
Jordaan district
A former hotbed of leftist politics, this picturesque district has a vibrant and varied local community in its courtyards, cafés and restaurants.
Amsterdam's picturesque ancient court has a fascinating religious history.
Bloemenmarkt (Flower Market)
The city's most fragrant attraction is the only floating flower market on the planet.
Nieuwe Spiegelstraat
At the heart of the art district, this street is home to many of Amsterdam's premier galleries and antique dealers.
Diamant Museum
The Diamond Museum Amsterdam is a museum located at the Museumplein in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
National Maritime Museum
In a city made great by the sea, this unique museum recounts the past glory of the Dutch navy and includes an exciting 4D experience.
Central Public Library
One of the most comprehensive libraries in Europe, with great architecture to match its impressive archives.
Portuguese Synagogue
Amsterdam's Sephardic community was one of Europe's largest during the Golden Age; this synagogue has been their religious centre here since the 17th century.
Science Centre NEMO
Five floors of interactive scientific fun, housed in an eye-catching building with a wonderful roof terrace.
Surrounded by small souvenir shops and bars, this central square is popular for its hectic flea market.
Rembrandt House Museum
The Rembrandt House or Museum Het Rembrandthuis is the house where the famous painter Rembrandt lived for many years, near Waterlooplein in Amsterdam. The museum shows the life of the Dutch painter with his wife and children. The collection holds Rembrand's sketches and works from his tutor, Pieter Lastman.
Craft Beer
Say cheers to craft beer!
Rembrandt's The Night Watch
One of Rembrandt's most famous paintings, which demonstrates his mastery of chiaroscuro, is one of The Rijksmuseum's must sees.
The Dutch Golden Age
After the 80 years war, the Dutch Republic flourished with scientific and artistic revival. See the way artistic subjects change during this period at the Rijksmuseum.
Smoked Sausage
Taste Amsterdam’s best-smoked sausage from a family-run butcher that’s been in business for over a century.
De Gooyer windmill
De Gooyer is a windmill in Amsterdam located between Funenkade and Zeeburgerstraat
Leidseplein is a buzzing nightlife hub centered around Leidseplein Square
Pancake Corner
At the Pancake Corner, you are invited to a family-friendly restaurant in the heart of Amsterdam
Heineken Experience
Interactive tour through beer giant's history in former brewery, with a tasting room finale.
Gouda Cheese
Taste this sweet and creamy, yellow cow's milk cheese named Gouda.
Café Papeneiland
Traditional cafe best known for its beer & Dutch apple pie, located by the canalside.
Learn why herring is so important to the Dutch and eat it the typical “Amsterdam way”!
Brouwersgracht canal
Walk over the famous Brouwersgracht canal and learn why it is so important to the history of Dutch beer.
Indulge in a traditional stroopwafel that will leave you wanting more.
Magere Brug
The picturesque 'skinny bridge' over the Amstel is lit up at night with 1200 bulbs.
De 9 Straatjes
A photogenic zone of nine cobbled streets full of designer stores, vintage boutiques, cafés and galleries.


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