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Explore Amsterdam

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TIA on February 12, 2024



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Centraal Station

Completed in 1889 and located in the heart of town, this neo-Renaissance rail station was designed by P.J.H. Cuypers, the same person who designed the famous Rijksmuseum.

Dam Square

All roads lead to Dam Square, the real heart of Amsterdam, where The Royal Palace, the Nieuwe Kerk and the War Memorial overlook this vast and bustling open space.

Royal Palace Amsterdam

The Royal Palace Amsterdam is in use by the Dutch Royal House. Most of the year, the Royal Palace is also open for visitors. You are welcome to discover the rich history and interior of this magnificent building in the heart of Amsterdam. The Royal Palace was built in the seventeenth century as the Town Hall of Amsterdam, after a design by Jacob van Campen. It's paintings and sculptures were made by some of the most distinguished artists of the time and allude to the city's influence and prosperity in the Dutch Golden Age.

Museum Quarter

Unearth the treasures of Amsterdam's Museum Quarter, home to some of the world’s most important artistic and historical contributions, chic dining experiences, and one of the best-sounding concert venues on the planet. Break up a day of museum hopping by shopping in some of the Netherlands’ fanciest boutiques or sampling traditional jenevers. 

The Amstel

Cruise through Amsterdam the modern way, by small electric boat with a bar on an evening tour. A fun alternative to standing in a crowded bar, the cruise offers a sociable way to see Amsterdam's landmarks as day turns to night. Illuminated bridges and attractions like the Western Church are among the sights.


Rembrandtplein is one of the busiest squares in the city of Amsterdam. At least when it comes to nightlife and clubbing. In the Middle Ages the site held a gateway into the city. By the 17th century, it was known as The Butter Market because farmers would sell their dairy and poultry products here. During the 20th century Rembrandt square developed into a nightlife cantre with hotels, cafés and entertainment venues around it.

Leiden Square (Leidseplein)

Planning a night out in Amsterdam? Head down to Leiden Square (Leidseplein,) which is known as the center of nightlife where you can choose from hundreds of bars, clubs, restaurants and discos that would suit every style and taste.

Anne Frank House

The Anne Frank House (Dutch: Anne Frank Huis) is a museum dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank. The building is located on a canal called the Prinsengracht, close to the Westerkerk, in central Amsterdam in the Netherlands. As a visitor, you experience this story through a audio tour, quotes, photos, videos, and original items. The Anne Frank House can only be visited with an online ticket for a specific date and time.

Van Gogh Museum

Discover the world's largest collection of works by Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh, featuring masterpieces such as Sunflowers, The Potato Eaters, Almond Blossom and The Bedroom. Book your tickets online. Please consult the museum website for current opening hours.

Madame Tussauds Amsterdam

Pose beside the wax figures of a bevy of international stars, world leaders, and Dutch household names like King Willem-Alexander and Johan Cruyff.

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