Leidseplein

Amsterdam's biggest and most popular urban park has 120-acres (47 hectares) of playgrounds, beautiful ponds and lawns and an open-air theater with classical, pop and...

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Dam Square

In the heart of Amsterdam right by the canals, the nine streets (De Negen Straatjes) form a large shopping district within the UNESCO World Heritage site, just...

  • Shopping Street
  • Food & drink
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Red Light District

A hidden treasure is an understatement in describing Museum Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder. Discover a rare and extremely well-preserved canal house from Amsterdam's...

  • Museum
  • Cultural & Historical
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Red Light District

The Red Light District in Amsterdam is one of the most tolerant places of prostitution in the world. Girls offer their services at windows, constantly tapping and...

  • Neighborhood
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Located between the city center and Jordaan, this men's concept store for fine bags and accessories has everything from smartly-designed backpacks and travel bags to

  • Boutique
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Museum Quarter

The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam has the world's largest collection of Van Goghs, including works from some of his Impressionist and Post-Impressionist...

  • Museum
  • Cultural & Historical
  • Art
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Burgwallen-Nieuwe Zijde

Visit the torture chamber, see witches face to face, watch a murder on the Zeedjik unravel or explore the dark side of the Spanish Inquisition at the Amsterdam...

  • Amusement Park
  • Fun & games
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Prinsengracht

Visit the house where Anne Frank went into hiding during the Nazi occupation and wrote her moving diary. Her home has been transformed into a museum with educational...

  • Cultural & Historical
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Kaatsheuvel

Once at Efteling park, explore the enchanting world of fairies and trolls, get on a crooked wooden roller coaster and discover the mysterious ghost ship and follow...

  • Amusement Park
  • Playground
  • Park
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City Center

A giant ice rink, a traditional Christmas Village on Ice, an ice podium, plenty of games and activities and loads of food and warming drinks, Ice*Amsterdam

  • Winter sport
  • Fun & games
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Dam Square

The Royal Palace is one of three palaces at the disposal of the monarch in the Netherlands. Built as a city hall in 1655, King Louis I of Holland, brother of...

  • Cultural & Historical
  • Architecture
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Museumkwartier

With over 8,000 objects illustrating 800 years of Dutch history under one roof, the Rijksmuseum is the most important museum in the Netherlands. The Rembrandt...

  • Museum
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Centraal Station

With 250,000 people transiting the station daily, Centraal Station is the biggest transport hub in the city and one of the busiest in the country. Inaugurated in...

  • Architecture
  • Cultural & Historical
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City Center

Set in the impressive former Post Office headquarters, the neo-gothic styled building is now filled with designer clothing and fashion accessories right in the city...

  • Commercial Center
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City Center

With 165 canals created over the centuries to facilitate trade and protect the town against the rising sea levels, Amsterdam's canals are a massive part of everyday...

  • Outdoor Adventure
  • City Tour
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Dam Square

Home to the Royal Palace (Koninklijk Palace), the New Church (Nieuwe Kerk), Madame Tussaud's wax museum, the Stock Exchange building and the National Memorial...

  • Cultural & Historical
  • Food & drink
  • Architecture
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City Center

The hidden church of Begijnhof has been a sacred place in the heart of Amsterdam since 1150, when a group of religious women came together to form a community...

  • Cultural & Historical
  • Architecture
  • Park
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Centraal Station

With a rich collection of artefacts, the Sex Museum - Temple of Venus - is more than just pure pornography. Open for over 30 years ago, hundreds of works of art,...

  • Museum
  • Art
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Woustraat

Fresh vegetables, fruit, fish and flowers, a lot of flowers. Immerse yourself in an authentic shopping experience at the Albert Cuypmarkt, considered the biggest...

  • Market
  • Food & drink

Center

Housed behind a curved red brick and white marble facade of the Stopera building in a bend of the Amstel River, Amsterdam's City Hall is the site of the world's...

  • Cultural & Historical
  • Architecture

Artisplein

A combination of zoo, public park and museum, the Artis Royal also has a beautiful cafe-restaurant located in the historic Ledenlokalen building on the Planate...

  • Park
  • Zoo

Bijlmermeer

Considered a failed architecture project, the Bijlmermeer is a colossal post-war urban development constructed in 1966, with 40,000 high-rise dwellings, built...

  • Cultural & Historical

Koningsplein

Likely the only floating flower market in the world, the Blocemenmarkt is open year-round, selling flowers in all seasons. Tulips, narcissus and a variety of...

  • Market

Centraal Station

Body Worlds: The Happiness Project exhibits real human bodies and will get visitors about the complexity of human anatomy and the impact of the physical on happiness

  • Museum

Keukenhof

Bollenstreek or Dutch flower strip is an area stretching 20 miles between the towns of Haaelm and Leiden, where the famous Dutch tulips grow. Holland produces 70 per...

  • Town
  • Excursions
  • City Tour
  • Walking

Sloterdijk

Buurtboerderij Ons Genoegen is a community farm run by volunteers of the Rainbow Group, where guests can enjoy the rural surroundings and park, eat some lovely food,...

  • Park
  • Food & drink

Bellamyplein

Inspired by the Borough Market in London and the San Miguel in Madrid, this indoor food market works perfectly in a city as big and diverse as Amsterdam. Locals and...

  • Food & drink

Helmersbuurt

Dating back to 1744, De Hollandsche Manege is the oldest riding school in the Netherlands and has been declared a national monument due to its remarkable...

  • Park
  • Food & drink

City Center

De Hortus Botanical Gardens is one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world, providing a green oasis on the edge of the city center. Founded in 1638 after a...

  • Park

De Pijp

Formerly a working class quarter built to ease the overpopulation in the Jordaan district in the 19th century, this neighborhood is now a melting pot of different...

  • Neighborhood