Top 10 things to do in Amsterdam
Discover the must-see sights for your trip to Amsterdam, such as the Anne Frank House, the legendary Red Light District, the canals and much more. Prices, opening hours and history of Amsterdam's best sights.
The Museum of the Netherlands, Rijksmuseum, features the largest Dutch art collection in the world. Every year, it welcomes two million visitors.
What would Amsterdam be like without canals? The city’s river system is extremely charming and unique. Learn about the numerous waterways.
Van Gogh Museum
The Van Gogh Museum is the second most visited museum in Amsterdam with over two million visitors every year.
The winding canals of Amsterdam house over 2,500 houseboats. Learn how and why canal barges were transformed into permanent houses and their day to day.
Volendam is a charming village to the northeast of Amsterdam. It is one of the most picturesque places in Holland, attracting thousands of tourists.
Anne Frank House
The Anne Frank House is where the German-born adolescent Anne Frank hid and wrote her dairy during World War II. It is now a historic house museum.
In Amsterdam, specialized coffee shops can sell cannabis, also known as marijuana, and other substances that are illegal in most other countries.
Established in 1346 to house the Beguines, a religious order from the North of Europe, Begijnhof is home to the oldest building in Amsterdam.
Red Light District
Amsterdam’s Red Light District is one of the most visited areas of the capital. Lit by bright red lights, women stand or sit offering their services.
Heineken Experience is an interactive tour around the original Heineken brewery, where visitors will discover the history and evolution of this famous beer