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Waterlooplein and Town Hall

Even if you don't want to buy any batik clothes, leather goods or silver jewelry, on no account should you miss Amsterdam's largest and most beautiful flea market, located in Waterlooplein (Waterloo Square)....


Vondelpark

Located close to the museum district, Vondelpark, with its 110 acres, offers an ideal recreational area for all those who need a break from art and culture. Here, in what was once the heart of the European hippie...


Van Gogh Museum

In 1973, the world's greatest collection of works by the famous Dutch impressionist found a home in a white building of curving walls, designed by Gerrit Rietveld. In addition to some 200 paintings, 500 drawings,...


Rijksmuseum

Year after year, Rembrandt's 'Night Watch', behind its protective screen of reinforced glass, attracts more than a million art lovers from all over the world into the neo-classical brick building in the center of...


Magna Plaza

Even if you don't want to buy anything, you should still take the escalator to the fourth-floor gallery of the fine Magna Plaza shopping arcade and stroll through the many shops. Stamps are no longer sold behind...


Jordaan

The Jordaan is characterized by cozy pubs and cafés, way-out boutiques, and esoteric shops and galleries in which absolutely everything is sold, from art to kitsch. In particular, Amsterdam's alternative scene...


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Dam with Royal Palace

The dam which separates the Amstel River from the IJ Canal and which gave the city its name is no longer the geographical center of the Dutch metropolis, but it is still its focal point. In particular, the...


Anne Frank's House

Every day, long lines form in front of the entrance to no. 263, the old canal house which is one of Amsterdam's best-known and most visited museums. It was here that Anne Frank and her family hid from the Nazis...





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