Known as the capital of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Amsterdam is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe which comprises of historical architecture, numerous theaters, diverse attractions, 40 quality museums, public parks, as well as entertainment venues. Here, tourists enjoy prime tourist destinations with endless opportunities. The city is also known as the country’s leading cultural center. Representing 177 nationalities, Amsterdam is also known as one of the world’s most multicultural cities in the world. Here, summers are considered mild and warm while winters are quite cold. Metro, tram and buses are the most convenient transport medium of the city. Popular for its vibrant and diverse nightlife, Amsterdam is the most rated city with multicultural environment.
Designed in 1850, it is the most famous and largest park for tourists in Amsterdam to enjoy a variety of hiking, jogging, roller-skating, picnicking, biking, people watching and others. Here, the open-air theatre organizes free concerts enjoyed by number of visitors. In the surroundings of horse chestnut, birch trees, old plane trees; Vondelpark is also a home to birds like wild ducks, blue herons and many smaller birds. One can also reside in hostel Amsterdam Vondelpark to enjoy fully with friends and family.
ANNE FRANK HOUSE (ANNE FRANKHUIS)
With limited capacity, Anne Frank House is a small museum where number of visitors visit every day. You can purchase online tickets with a time slot in advance. Rooms at the Anne Frank House are empty and visitors can go on a virtual journey to access the Anne Frank House. The ticket prices for Frank house entry is euro 9 for adults, euro 4.50 for teens (age 10-17), and free for children (age 0-9).
Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam features masterpieces such as The Potato Eaters, The Bedroom, Sunflowers, and Almond Blossom. The site is popularly known to maintain the work of world’s most popular artist – Vincent van Gogh. Discover his letters, 500 drawings and 200 paintings and other creativity with affordable Van Gogh Museum tickets for euro 17 (for adults) and free for children under 18. The opening hours of the site are 9 am until 6 pm (daily) and until 10 pm on Fridays.
DUTCH RESISTANCE MUSEUM
The Museum comprises of old posters, films, big photographs and objects and completely recreates the atmosphere of the streets of Amsterdam during the German occupation of the WWII. If you want to know more about the WWII, Verzetsmuseum is certainly worth seeing for you. The opening hours of the museum are 10 am to 5 pm (Monday-Friday), 11 am to 5 pm (Saturday, Sunday and public holiday). It remains closed on January 1, April 27th and December 25th. Discover the history at euro 10 (for adults), euro 5 (age 7-15) and free for children below 7 years.
Leidseplein is a busy Amsterdam’s central canal ring and popular for eating, shopping and nightlife. Plenty of interesting sights and entertaining services are waiting for you here. There is always something to see ranging from drinks, bars, dancing to outdoor skate rink and hot food stalls. There are a number of very popular Leidseplein hotels in Amsterdam which are well equipped with famous music venues, pubs, brown cafes and nightclubs as well. Discover and enjoy popular shopping spots as well as services here.
De Pijp is a residential neighborhood situated in south part of Amsterdam which has now become one of the citys most trendy areas. It is famous for its diverse restaurants, cozy cafes and a lively nightlife. In addition, De Pijp is also known for its architecture and foodies paradise as well. It offers hotels suitable for every preference. The location provides more of a local feel with a variety of De Pijp Amsterdam hotels which are comfortable and moreover, environmentally friendly.
DE NEGEN STRAATJES (NINE LITTLE STREETS)
The site is full of quirky stores known to sell books, art, food, clothing and others. De Negen Straatjes is the ideal neighborhood with all its variety and richness. Along with the architectural style of Amsterdam heritage, you will feel live around hidden cafes, authentic shops, artisanal businesses, hotspot restaurants, galleries, and lots of shopping options. The site will definitely makes you feel more comfortable with cosy cafes and specialty stores.
RIJKSMUSEUM (STATE MUSEUM)
The Rijksmuseum is the museum which tells the story of the Netherlands from the Middle Ages to the 20th century. It was completely renovated and now have become a perfect spot for tourists. A renewed building, revamped garden, new Asian Pavilion, new public facilities and new display of the collection add a fresh flavor to the museum. The masterpiece of Rembrandt’s is the Night Watch. You can purchase tickets Rijksmuseum for euro 17.50 (adults) and free for youth (youth 18 and under). The site remains open daily from 9 am to 5 pm.
It is the brewery which was established in 1864. Now, it has become one of the three largest beer producers in the world. With several amusement park attractions, here you could drink as much as you wanted. Impressive brass beer tanks and horse stable with authentic interiors, state decorations and old photographs add a special effect to the site. You can buy Heineken Experience tickets for euro 16 (adults), euro 12.50 (aged 12-17) and free for children below age 12.