In the Anne Frank House you get the chance to visit the place where Anne Frank had to hide during the Second World War and where she wrote the famous diary.
The Dam Square is one of the main sights in Amsterdam – always packed with locals and tourists and full of bars, restaurants and shopping possibilities.
The Rijksmuseum is the largest and most important museum in the Netherlands with a collection of more than 1 million objects.
Amsterdam is famous for its more than hundreds kilometers of canals, which are creating around 90 little islands and which can be crossed via 1,500 bridges.
The Vondelpark is the most famous park in the Netherlands and with 47 hectars the largest city park in Amsterdam, visited by 10 million people every year.
This unique market is located in the city center and has one very special characteristic: it is the only floating flower market in the world.
The Red Light District in Amsterdam is doubtless one of the major tourist attractions of the city, visited every year by millions of people from all over the world.
The Royal Palace was the residence of the Dutch Royals and houses now one of the most complete and well-preserved collections of Empire-style furniture and decorative art.
The Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam hosts the world’s largest collection of the works of Vincent van Gogh, one of the most famous artists ever.
Over 300 stands offering their goods on the Waterlooplein flea market: vintage and second hand clothes, books, music and antiques and much more.