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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

    The best collection of Van Gogh paintings and drawings in the world. If you're in Amsterdam, you owe it to yourself to visit this spectacular museum, which also gives insight into the troubled genius of the artist himself. Even if you've seen Van Gogh's prints before, until you've seen their colors face-to-face, you've been missing half their beauty.

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  • 3

    Red Light District

    160 reviews

    You can't not go here. No worries, it's perfectly safe. Don't think about photographing the ladies in the windows as some tourists try, while perfectly legal it will get you accosted by the lady or her pimp. Prostitutes aside this is also the place to buy weed and smoke it, have coffee and great cake (at tourist prices), see a ...

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  • 4

    Anne Frank House

    118 reviews

    I can't "like" a museum dedicated to the Shoah, but I can like her bravery and love for life. If you are going make sure you go early, lines often roll around the block once or twice and especially with kids in the summer heat or Amsterdam rain this will not be a great experience.

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  • 5

    Rijksmuseum

    74 reviews

    If you can only see ONE museum in Amsterdam, make this one the one. You can take a water taxi or canal cruise from the central train station or a tram or bus or walk down there and see this amazing city in a way most tourists don't.

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  • 6

    Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS)

    83 reviews

    I connect through AMS a lot. It's a lovely airport with enough to keep you busy when in transit for a few hours. I just wish they would review the security check between the internal and domestic terminal. The staff are not that clever and the process is slow compared to many other airport I have visited.

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  • 7

    Canal Cruise Amsterdam

    72 reviews

    We took a night time Amsterdam canal cruise and it was amazing. However, there was a light drizzle that evening that put a damper on things.

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  • 8

    Vondelpark

    68 reviews

    Consigliabile per una rilassante passeggiata e luogo d'interesse per gli appassionali di botanica, offre circa 190 specie di piante e numerosi laghetti con anatre, cigni per la gioia anche dei bambini.

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  • 9

    Heineken Experience

    58 reviews

    I visited this many years ago when it was still a brewery. Two things that stood out. 1) Try to get on the early tour as it was less crowded, and 2) Try to visit on your birthday and take proof that it is your birthday.

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  • 10

    Flower Market

    55 reviews

    Netherlands is famous for its production of all kinds of flowers, especially tulips. I would definitely recommend trying to go to the flower market, the variety of colors itself is pretty cool, and makes for some great pictures.

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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

    Leidseplein

    39 reviews

    A bit the center of attraction for people going out. The square is packed with restaurants and place to enjoy music or show in the evening. Coming there is quite easy as at least 3 or 4 line of trams pass by the place. If you don't know what to do one evening in Amsterdam, just go there and you'll ...

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  • 14

    Amsterdam Central Station

    35 reviews

    without it I could not go to my location. it is really bueatiful and it looks really old

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  • 15

    Madame Tussauds

    35 reviews

    Mingle with the stars at Madame Tussaud! Just a 7 minute walk away from Hotel Pulitzer, you will find this special museum, which has been re-opened in March. Their attractions have been given a completely new look and now include new experiences and technical gadgets, which will make anyone’s visit to Madame Tussauds even more penetrating.

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  • 16

    I Amsterdam Sign

    32 reviews

    Classic and a must see in the city. You'll find this spot on museumplein, rear the Rijksmuseum. The hardest part is to get a photo with your mates without anybody else hanging on the letters. On Queens day it shows a different aspect and can be found ussually on Dam Square.

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  • 17

    Keukenhof

    21 reviews

    We were there in early May, were too late for the full blooms of Tulip fields, only left a few rows. Dissapointed. Suggest to go there during Tulips festival time, or at least one week before or after the festival.

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  • 18

    Madurodam

    24 reviews

    Madurodam is a miniature park in the Schevenigan area. It contains scale model replicas of famous Dutch castles, public buildings etc. Its not just for the kids. I loved going around!

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  • 19

    Albert Cuyp Markt

    23 reviews

    I have lived near the Albert Cuyp Market for more than 20 years. It is a great place to stroll on any given day. There's a lot of stuff to be bought, varying from household items to sporting goods to some really dutch treats like pickles and stroopwafels. Take at least three hours to take it all in.`

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  • 20

    Science Center NEMO

    22 reviews

    It's okay and has a nice terrace overlooking the city.

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