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Move away from the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam's city centre and explore the gentler pace of life in the Dutch countryside. Snap photos of riverside windm...
The “coolest” hangout in town, XtraCold Icebar, keeps it warm by kitting you out in parkas, so you can comfortably relax and sip drinks in this all-ice venue...
8000 artistic and historical objects tell the story of 800 years of Dutch history, from the year 1200 right up to the present. The Rijksmuseum, which in Engl...
This hour-long cruise takes you through the unique UNESCO World Heritage-listed canal district of Amsterdam, giving you the opportunity to take in many of th...
Visit Rembrandt van Rijn’s home and workshop. For twenty years the Netherlands’ greatest artist lived and worked in this impressive building in the heart of ...
The tour through the towns of Edam, Volendam, Marken, and Zaanse Schans will make your stay in the Netherlands an unforgettable experience. We will begin the...
Holland Pass offers a choice of 3 (SMALL), 4 (MEDIUM) or 6 (LARGE) free entrance tickets for museums and attractions. The free entrance tickets are divided i...
Featuring more than 200 anatomical specimens, this fascinating exhibition shows the complexity, resilience and vulnerability of the human body. BODY WORLDS d...
At Madame Tussauds Amsterdam you can sparkle among the stars. Right in the heart of Amsterdam, you can drink a cup of coffee with George Clooney, get your pi...
Experience a uniquely thrilling attraction that will whisk you way back into the Netherlands’ most perilous past. See, hear, feel and (ahem) smell the chilli...
This business hub outside the city center caters to international crowds with shops, art exhibits and restaurants.
Feel like a guest at a VIP party: get your photo taken with Hollywood A-Listers and world leaders in this interactive waxworks museum.
See where this brave and famous Jewish teenager hid from the Nazis during World War II and recorded her world-famous diary.
This modern museum houses the world’s largest collection of the legendary Dutch master painter who led a troubled life and never saw his work become famous.
This palatial building full of Dutch paintings and international artifacts is the country’s largest public-funded museum.
Enjoy the colors and fragrance of typical Dutch flowers, or buy bulbs and souvenirs while browsing the floating flower stalls on one of Amsterdam’s oldest canals.
This lively square in the heart of Amsterdam’s cultural district offers dining and entertainment, with an array of theater, movie, music, comedy and street performances.
Learn how a well-known Dutch beer is made, then drink a sample at this famous former brewery.
See how the sparkling precious stones are formed, admire diamond-studded works of art and learn about Amsterdam’s historical connection to the gems.
Amsterdam’s iconic square, with its cobbled stones and grand historical buildings, is a lively gathering place and venue for protests and celebrations.
Enjoy a night of gambling at Amsterdam’s biggest casino: try your luck at roulette, learn a Dutch game of dice, watch a show, and enjoy a meal.
This square is a major intersection for public transport and home to the Mint Tower, a significant historical landmark in Amsterdam.
For at least 600 years, locals, sailors and travelers have come to this part of Amsterdam for adult entertainment in the many bars, brothels and eateries.
A center for trading and socializing in the Dutch Golden Age, this square has much the same purpose today with its daily market, cafés and restaurants.
Head to the town’s esplanade for cafés and restaurants with fresh fish, views over the water and shops where you can photograph yourself in traditional costumes.
Visit Amsterdam’s longest and oldest market, surrounded by the cafés and antiques stores of De Pijp. Taste flavors of the Netherlands from Gouda to pickled herring.
Spend a romantic moment or relax with a picnic lunch in the medieval courtyard of the former Béguinage of Amsterdam.
The Gothic church on Dam Square no longer holds services, but is home to exhibits of religious art, culture and artifacts from around the world.
The vast rooms of this regal residence are home to one of the world’s most well-preserved collections of Empire-style furnishings.
Once a camping spot for hippies, the huge monument in Dam Square commemorating those who have fallen in war is now Amsterdam’s center of the annual Remembrance Day.
One of the oldest and largest public parks in Amsterdam is a relaxing place to rest, have lunch or watch a performance after visiting the nearby museums.
De Pijp’s green oasis is the perfect place to relax in the warm sun, picnic with purchases from Albert Cuyp Market and enjoy the colors of Dutch blooms.
Visit these semi-circular canals built in the 17th century to see why Amsterdam got the nickname “The Venice of the North.”
Cross the river IJ to find one of Amsterdam’s most artistic and innovative neighborhoods, with trendy facilities and art hubs in former warehouses and ultra-modern buildings.
For big entertainment, visit this multicultural district, home of the Amsterdam ArenA, Heineken Music Hall and the forested Gaasperpark where you can enjoy watersports.
Thought to be named for its long, straight streets, this district was once the residence of artists such as Mondrian and is now one of Amsterdam’s trendiest spots.
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