Experience the Amazing Ambiance of Amsterdam

There's more to Amsterdam than cycling, canals and its world famous Red Light District. Explore Rembrandt Square, the Royal Palace and many more amazing attractions.

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The Royal Palace

One of the most popular attractions in all of Amsterdam, The Royal Palace is open for visitors and is especially popular when the tulips are in full bloom.

Spui Art Market

The Spui Art Market is open every Sunday and consists of up to 25 different artists every week.

Prinsengracht Canal

See Amsterdam’s famous house boats on a tour down the Prinsengracht Canal.

Amsterdam Central Station

The largest railway station in Amsterdam, Central Station is one of the first attractions tourists visit upon arrival.

Rembrandt Square

One of the busiest corners in Amsterdam, Rembrandt Square, also known as Rembrandtplein, is named after famous painter Rembrandt van Rijn who resided in town during the 1600s.

Warmoesstraat

Running along the river Amstel, Warmoesstraat is one of the oldest streets in the Netherlands.

Anne Frank House

Opened in 1960, the Anne Frank House is a biographical museum dedicated to the bravery of the late Anne Frank, a jewish diarist who hid from the Nazis during World War II.

Bloemenmarkt

Bloemenmarkt, one of the most beautiful spectacles in all of Amsterdam, is the world’s only floating flower market, located along the city’s southern canal.

Magere Brug

Based in the center of the city, the Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge) overlooks the canals running along the river Amstel.

Science Center NEMO

Located along the water and recognized as a piece of pure architecture genius, the Science Center NEMO was designed by Italian engineer Renzo Piano.

Huis aan de Drie Grachten

The only building in the city that faces 3 different Amsterdam canals, the Huis aan de Drie Grachten is a 17th-century canal house.