Things to do in Netherlands

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  • 1

    Amsterdam Canals

    145 reviews

    The city has so many there isn't really a way to miss them. Try to catch a canal tour if you can.

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  • 2

    Van Gogh Museum

    129 reviews

    For any fans of the artist, the Van Gough museum has 3 floors showcasing the work and life of the artist. Even if you're not a huge fan, Gough is an interesting guy and interesting ideas exist around his work. The most famous piece in the museum displayed is Gough's Bedroom which has a whole section dedicated to it. Also, ...

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  • 3

    Red Light District

    159 reviews

    Perhaps it's different if you live here but the Red Light District is just one of those places that you wonder why would anyone come to see this. The most touristy, worst restaurants in town; crowded, cramped quarters; drunk/high tourists at night, the objectification of women on a mass scale and the roving bands of stag weekenders and it's the ...

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  • 4

    Anne Frank House

    117 reviews

    The Anne Frank House is where the Frank family hid from the nazis when Amsterdam, and greater Holland, was under nazi domination. They were eventually discovered, and ended up being sent to a concentration camp. The entire family, with the exception of Anne's father, died either in or on the way to Bergen-Belzen concentration camp.

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  • 5


    73 reviews

    Opening hours 9:00 to 17:00 daily, all days of the year The Rijksmuseum’s ticket desk closes at 16:30 The Rijksmuseum Gardens, Rijks Shop and Café are also open to visitors without a ticket from 9:00 to 18:00 Please note that it can be very busy in the Rijksmuseum. Museumkaart and e-ticket holders do not have to go to the ticket ...

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  • 6

    Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS)

    83 reviews

    I have seen my fair share of airports all over the world, but Schiphol stands out as the best one in the world. Effcient, clean and, lo en behold....even some friendly personal here!! Also a lot of shopping opportunities, quite a few reasonable places to eat, possible massages and even some cabines for short stay overs (you can rent them ...

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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

    Vondelpark is the largest city park in Amsterdam, and certainly the most famous park in the Netherlands, which welcomes about 10 million visitors every year.

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  • 9

    Heineken Experience

    58 reviews

    Wow what a museum! Interactive commercial pods and sensory movies to beer tasting and beer pouring class! Must do if you are in Amsterdam! Soo much fun!!

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  • 10

    Flower Market

    55 reviews

    This open air market is dedicated to the famous flowers from the region. You can buy an assortment of different colored tulips from the local vendors.

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  • 11

    Dam Square Monument

    53 reviews

    The Dam Square Monument is dedicated to those Dutch citizens who died during the Nazi occupation of the early nineteen-forties. The monument is white and was inaugurated during the mid-fifties.

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  • 12

    Royal Palace Amsterdam

    36 reviews

    Like every palace huge amazing structure. even thought the queen is in Hague most of the time.

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  • 13


    39 reviews

    Sweet little square with a kiddy ice rink in winter. Surrounded by nice looking pubs and a pancake house.

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  • 14

    Amsterdam Central Station

    35 reviews

    Amsterdam's main train station, that connects it with much of nearby western cities like Brussels. The architecture is very pretty. I really like the use of brick. It can get a little shady late at night, so I wouldn't recommend trying to save a night of hotel by crashing at the station.

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  • 15

    Madame Tussauds

    36 reviews

    מוזיאון השעווה המפורסם בעולם, בובות שעווה נאמנות למקור של סלבריטאים שרלוונטים לתקופה ומכל הזמנים ובנוסף מתאר על ההיסטרויה של אמסטרדאם מומלץ

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  • 16

    I Amsterdam Sign

    32 reviews

    In the square in the museum district is a large sculpture that spells out I Amsterdam. It's a great statement on the very individualistic nature of the people of this city!

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  • 17


    21 reviews

    Flowers flowers and !!! Even if you are not a flower fanatic, the Keukenhof is still an excellent place to visit. All the colors, all the smells, all the nature. A place for all ages and tastes and for a refreshing stroll in nature !

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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

    23 reviews

    Albert Cuyp is a great market to roam around on any day in Amsterdam. Even if you don't buy anything it's a fun afternoon adventure. The neighborhood it's in is also wonderful to roam around and get a bit lost in. It gets very busy at times, so it's a good way to see locals daily routines.

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  • 20

    Science Center NEMO

    22 reviews


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