Cozy streets, lively canals, the world’s known museums, colorful houses, bicycles, and tulips… What city are you imagining right now? Of course, it is the capital of the Netherlands with its unique atmosphere and indescribable charm! Are you ready for a virtual tour of Top-10
It is an interesting museum housing great collections of historical and art exhibits. Beautiful building, about one million objects including paintings by Rembrandt, the large public library… You can really spend hours wandering galleries of the Rijksmuseum.
Annelies Marie Frank was born in Germany but lived most of her short life in the Netherlands. The little Jewish girl who wrote the well-known diary became one of the Amsterdam’s symbols, and a historic house dedicated to her life and her work is definitely worth a visit. Though her story is so sad and unfair. By the way, it’s better to book your visit to the Anne Frank House in advance because the queues sometimes are pretty long.
There’s no need to describe this museum and its collection – the name speaks for itself. The Van Gogh Museum is a must-see for not only art lovers but all visitors of the country. The one-of-a-kind artist and the Netherlands are really inseparable.
When you visit this place, you get a chance to explore three attractions in one: the historic canal building, church right in the house, and museum. Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder is located in the very heart of Amsterdam and offers you to plunge into the exciting world of history.
Real beer connoisseurs consider this brewery a holy place! Well, only jokingly, of course! Nevertheless, the Heineken Experience has so many displays and stories to surprise you. Your kids will also be excited!
This square can be confidently named the city’s cultural hub. It is the concentration of the most significant museums, historic buildings, and, yes, the famous metal letters “I amsterdam” are also here!
The Dutch Resistance Museum, or Verzetsmuseum, is deservedly considered the country’s best historical museum. Its exhibits describe the life of the Dutch under the German occupation during the Second World War. Everything in the museum is organized so realistically that you literally take a time travel. Get ready, because you’ll be really impressed.
Welcome to one of Europe’s oldest zoos! It is home to numerous cute animals – happy animals living in favorable conditions. Artis Royal Zoo is truly a great place for kids, adults, families – just for everyone!