Amsterdam

Amsterdam Attractions

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Amstel River

4 star rating: Recommended 26 Reviews

Amsterdam might be most famous for its winding canals and pretty locks, but it’s the Amstel River that the city was first built around, even deriving its name ...  Read more

Jordaan

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Conveniently located right in central Amsterdam, Jordaan is one of the city's most important, and most interesting districts. Never short of things to do, it ...  Read more

Stedelijk Museum

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Reopened at the end of 2012 after a major revamp, the Stedelijk Museum now boasts a new wing designed by architects Benthem Crouwel – a structure as bold and ...  Read more

Damrak

1.5 star rating: I do not recommend this 2 Reviews

Running from Amsterdam Central railway station to Dam Square, The Damrak is often called the "Red Carpet" of Amsterdam. For it is the first site, in ...  Read more

Amsterdam Historical Museum (Historisch Museum)

Amsterdam is a city crammed with museums and galleries, but for the definitive history of the city itself, head to the Historisch Museum, or the Amsterdam ...  Read more

Begijnhof

On a visit to the Begijnhof, an enclosed former 14th-century convent, you’ll discover a surreal oasis of peace, with tiny houses and postage-stamp gardens ...  Read more

Body Worlds Amsterdam

Dr. Gunther von Hagens is a controversial German scientist who invented a new method for preserving human tissue called Plastination and has subsequently made ...  Read more

Concertgebouw

Whether you’re hoping to hear some of the finest renditions of classical music in Amsterdam or simply marvel at a modern architectural wonder, the city’s ...  Read more

De Negen Straatjes

Amsterdam’s De Negen Straatjes, or ‘Nine Little Streets’, are the nine shopping streets linking the main Prinsengracht and Singel canals. The pedestrian ...  Read more

Het Grachtenhuis

Amsterdam’s picturesque ring of canals is one of the city’s most iconic sights and after the famous waterways achieved UNESCO World Heritage status back in ...  Read more

Homomonument

As the name might suggest, the Homomonument, located in the center of Amsterdam, pays homage to the struggles of gay men and women fighting for equity and ...  Read more

Leiden Square (Leidseplein)

One of Amsterdam’s most famous central squares, the busy Leidseplein, or Leiden Square, claims a prime location to the South of the city’s canal ring and ...  Read more

Magere Brug

Magere Brug is a bridge in Amsterdam that crosses the Amstel River. Its name translates as “skinny bridge” and comes from the original bridge that was so ...  Read more

Maison Descartes/Descartes' House

The one-time abode of French philosopher René Descartes, Maison Descartes has become a popular attraction for French tourists, housing the French ...  Read more

Museum of Medieval Torture Instruments

Probably not a destination for the faint-hearted, the Torture Museum is crammed full of ghastly implements designed to worm the truth out of sinners in ...  Read more

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