What to do in Amsterdam!
What to do in Amsterdam?
Anne Frank House
The Anne Frank House is a museum with a story. Anne Frank House in the centre of Amsterdam is the hiding place where Anne Frank (13 years old) wrote her famous diary during World War II (in the 1940s). Anne Frank was a normal girl in exceptional circumstances. For over two years Anne Frank described the daily events of her daily life in hiding.
Get experienced and visit the Heineken Experience in the city centre of Amsterdam, home town of this world famous brand. ln the former brewery you will experience the brand like nowhere else! Get to know the history, the brewing process, play interactive games, bottle your own personalised Heineken beer and taste the beer with other Heineken fans from all over the world.
If you are in Amsterdam, you need to visit the Dutch National Museum Rijksmuseum . The Rijksmuseum is located on Museum Square, in the center of Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum has a wonderful collection of art and Dutch history. After a visit to the Rijksmuseum, you will know more about history and art and you have seen some of the biggest cultural landmarks of Holland.
Van Gogh Museum
Vincent van Gogh was a Post-Impressionist Dutch painter of the nineteenth century. His works had a great influence on twentieth century art. During his life, he had little recognition. He only sold one work. Today, Van Gogh Museum attracts about one and a half million visitors a year. The museum is huge and has a large collection of paintings. If you have the slightest interest in art, go and visit this museum.
The entire Amsterdam museum is dedicated to the history of Amsterdam. The museum shows how a village on the river Amstel in the thirteenth century became a metropolis. Experience and understand the tolerance, enterprising spirit and individuality of a city that attracted people from all over the world for centuries.
Madame Tussaud Amsterdam
A popular tourist attraction, Madame Tussauds, is located at the Dam Square. The museum Madame Tussauds is a famous museum of wax figures and shows statues of artists, athletes, monarchs , politicians, writers, scientists, musicians and superheroes portrayed with an impressive reality in this famous museum.
Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam
The Hortus Botanicus in Amsterdam is one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world. The gardens in the Plantage district, near the busy center of city, are a small natural oasis in the city. Surrounded by 300 year old gates are the constantly changing gardens, greenhouses with butterflies and cactusses.
This 1 hour canal cruise takes you through the unique Unesco World Heritage district. You can see the beautiful houses that have lined the canals since the Golden Age, you will also see the churches, the Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge) and many more highlights. The canals of Amsterdam were considered to be Unesco World Heritage in 2011. The elegant business houses, warehouses and its annexes are present in the city since the Golden Age. There is no better way to see all these lovely buildings than by water.
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