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  • 1

    Amsterdam Canals

    146 reviews

    This place has the strange that we all need. Aside from biking being the main transportation, and a must to do, the city offers a charming collection of locals and tourists. It all started with a bus ride from Paris to Amsterdam. Passengers had their bottles, and by 10am they were climbing all over their seats through songs and conversation ...

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  • 2

    Van Gogh Museum

    129 reviews

    Van Gogh is one of my favorite artists so I may be a bit biased, but I absolutely loved this museum. It has a wonderful and very complete collection of his work, and you can see how his artistic style evolved over his life time. It is absolutely a must see for fans of impressionist art

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  • 3

    Red Light District

    158 reviews

    You can't go to Amsterdam and not go to the Red Light District. It is in the middle of the city right off of Dam Sq and 5 minutes away from the Main Rail Station. It is great people watching and interesting because for some reason it isn't sleazy. Not really, I mean it is full of tourists gawking and ...

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  • 4

    Anne Frank House

    117 reviews

    A very moving story of one family's ultimate unsuccessful attempt to escape the Holocaust. A must visit in Amsterdam.

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  • 5


    74 reviews

    What a great art museum and a fabulous representation of Dutch artists. Rijksmuseum offers well known works by many of the great Dutch masters, as well as pieces which might be less familiar. If you have time for only one museum in Amsterdam, this would be our choice. It has an excellent collection, but is not overwhelming.

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  • 6

    Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS)

    83 reviews

    Nearby, Tourist office, all type of transport to Amsterdam and rest of Holland, many shops and restaurants!

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  • 7

    Canal Cruise Amsterdam

    72 reviews

    The city is surrounded by and connected with various canals. Take a canal cruise at night to appreciate the bridges adorned with twinkle lights or do a hop-on hop-off adventure.

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  • 8


    68 reviews

    It's Amsterdam's Central Park. A big park that runs along the side of the city just past all of the canals. A favorite place for locals to spend time when the weather is nice in the city.

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  • 9

    Heineken Experience

    58 reviews

    The Heineken Experience is similar to the Willy Wonka Factory experience but without the Umpa Lumpas and there is no chocolate (or in this case beer) river. However, people can enjoy awesome historical exhibits, Heineken beer facts, a beer tasting lesson, a beer ride, and a lounge for visitors to interact and enjoy a couple free beers. Proost!

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  • 10

    Flower Market

    54 reviews

    UPDATE: Nope, definitely not lovely at other times of year. I've been here through all seasons and it's basically like walking past an outdoor garden center. It's super crowded with tourists and all the shops carry the exact same things. If you want to see flowers, go to the Hortus or other gardens. If you want to buy flower bulbs, ...

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  • 11

    Dam Square Monument

    53 reviews

    where it all happens .. surrounded by 5* hotels, dodging the cyclists, the buzz in Dam Square is unforgetable !

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  • 12

    Royal Palace Amsterdam

    36 reviews

    I'm always amazed at the old buildings and architecture in Amsterdam, and visiting palaces are a favorite of mine.

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  • 13


    39 reviews

    Whenever I visit Amsterdam I can guarantee by the end of the night I will be in one of the little bars off Leidseplein! From the outside they look a little naff, and nothing more than a narrow bar but the atmosphere inside is always fab! Great place to go for a casual after dinner drink which will inevitably turn ...

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  • 14

    Amsterdam Central Station

    35 reviews

    Free bikeparking tip: use extra lock, park in designated area (or loose the bike) and use brightly colored big bell. (to be able to recognize bike)

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  • 15

    Madame Tussauds

    36 reviews

    i loved every min of it :)

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  • 16

    I Amsterdam Sign

    32 reviews

    Still full of people around. So it is almost impossible to make a picture only with the sign and you :)

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  • 17


    21 reviews

    If you're a tulip lover like me, you'll be in heaven. Even if you're not, this Tulip Festival that happens once a year is pretty amazing and magical. It's estimated there are over 7million flowers in this garden. The colors and arrangements of all the flowers are so beautiful and left me in awe. I must have taken hundreds of ...

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  • 18


    23 reviews

    This was a cute place to visit during my day trip to Den Haag with my family. It was fun looking and posing with all the miniature buildings that are famous in the Netherlands. You can leisurely walk through the park and see everything in about 2 hours.

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  • 19

    Albert Cuyp Markt

    22 reviews

    A fantastic market for whiling away an afternoon. It reminds me of New York's Greenwich Village and SoHo together - though minus the flash. It's a Bohemian paradise, with vendors selling cloth and other goods, as well as an impressive variety of the Netherlands' favorite snacks: spiced meats, Indonesian food, baked sweets, and most importantly, fries.

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  • 20

    Science Center NEMO

    21 reviews

    If you think museums are boring, think again en visit Nemo. Al lot of science stuff is explained en almost al things are interactive, so you can do your own tests. It's heaven for children. But be sure to check out the prognosis for the amount of people who will attend the museum, because when there's a crowd, you can ...

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