Of course it would be shame to visit Amsterdam and not see at least some of the attractions. Here are a few you may want to check out.
Grab yourself a bit of fresh air and head for the city’s biggest park, loved by locals and tourists alike. You will find it south of Leidseplein and near Rijksmuseum. You can’t miss it. It’s really big. It’s the city’s biggest park.
Van Gogh Museum
The world’s largest collection of works by the great man himself, Van Gogh. Sunflowers, Almond Blossom, The Bedroom; you will find all his greatest hits here. It can get rather crowded, but not to worry it’s a good space so you’ll get the chance to see everything up close.
The State Museum’ is known as one of best museums in the world – so you have to visit. The exhibits are pretty exceptional and include works by the Dutch Masters including Rembrandt’s “Night watch”, which we guarantee is worth the price of admission alone.
Anne Frank's House
OK, so you may have heard a lot about Anne Frank back in your school history classes, but seeing the house, for real, really is quite something. It can get pretty busy, so here’s a top tip: from March to October it’s open till 9pm; go in the evening and it’s a lot quieter..