What you should not miss if you visit Amsterdam



Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands is one of Europe's most popular destinations 


The beautiful old town is a wonderful place to walk and enjoy the beautiful views and architecture. Make an unforgettable cruise through the beautiful canals, visit one of the many museums or take part in the famous nightlife. 


Amsterdam has it all, every year there are millions of tourists who visit this city 


There are good hotels in all price ranges and for who else wants to enjoy the atmosphere of Amsterdam choose a bed and breakfast in Amsterdam's neighborhoods. Amsterdam's diminutive size, combined with the warm and liberal attitude of its locals, makes it feel more like a village than a sprawling city, liberally dotted with cosy caf├ęs, unusual museums, quirky boutiques, and lively markets.

Taking a boat ride is one of the best ways to appreciate the urban canal ring and the city’s other waterways.



The canal district

Amsterdam Canal District
Amsterdam Canal District
The canals of Amsterdam are an attraction in itself. These unique canals are the best experience with a boat, which is actually called one of the most visited attractions in the Netherlands. The most beautiful historic buildings from the 'Golden Age' pass with all their stories. The bridges must not forget. The four main canals of Amsterdam are Singel, Herengracht, Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht.





Rijksmuseum

Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Certainly this museum may call itself the most important and largest of the Netherlands. There are about 200 rooms filled with more than 1 million objects from collections of 17th century Dutch masters. Furthermore, there are shown collections, including Italian masters and Asian art. Of course the centerpiece of Rembrandt 'The Night Watch' to admire here.





Anne Frank House

Anne Frank House
Anne Frank House
In this house, the Jewish girl Anne Frank went into hiding in an occupied Netherlands. Where she wrote her famous diary. Shortly after the war was set up the Anne Frank Foundation and the house saved from demolition. Since 1960, to visit the still and you may see everything with my own eyes.







The most popular hotels in Amsterdam

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Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht - A Hyatt Hotel

Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht - A Hyatt Hotel   

Located in the heart the canal belt, lifestyle hotel Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht offers elegant design rooms with free Wi-Fi. The Jordaan area and Negen Straatjes area, are within a 15-minute walk.  More

Ambassade Hotel

Ambassade Hotel   

Ambassade Hotel is situated in 10 original 17th-century canal-side mansions along the Herengracht and Singel, in a quiet part of the Amsterdam Canal Belt.  More

NH Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky

NH Amsterdam Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky   

This 5-star hotel, in the heart of Amsterdam, is set on the edge of the famous Dam Square, opposite the Royal Palace. Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky benefits from 2 restaurants and a fitness centre on site....  More