50 Places to Visit in Amsterdam, Tourist Places & Attractions

Tourist Places in Amsterdam

Rijksmuseum, Anne Frank House, Van Gogh Museum, Begijnhof, Vondelpark, Heineken Brewery, Red Light District, Eye Film Museum, Rozentheater, Canal Belt, Keukenhof, Efteling Park, Dam Square, Jordaan, Amsterdam Dungeon, Leidseplein Square, Torensluis Bridge, Bloemen Market, Rembrandt House Museum, Oude Kerk and many more.

Famed as the “Venice of the North” for its whimsical canal system, the list of stunningly beautiful places to visit in Amsterdam take this capital city to the bucket list of every traveller. The city is particularly famous for its century-old churches like West Church, the Old Church and Portuguese Synagogue that still look magnificent winning the test of times. 

The medieval castles in the city add a rustic touch to this picturesque city and the numerous historic museums dotting the lanes of the city portray the city’s rich heritage and culture. The floating Bloemenmarkt in Amsterdam is one amongst other charismatic tourist places in Amsterdam  that will leave any nature lover spellbound with its exotic collection of flowers and plants.

Apart from castles, churches, and museums, Amsterdam also has the most intriguing sightseeing place - the Red Light District that gets electrically vibrant at night.

Here are some of the best places to visit in Amsterdam:

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The Cobra Museum in Amsterdam is a museum of modern art that houses a collection of fundamental artworks from the artists that belonged to the avant-garde Cobra art movement. The museums allow visitors to witness fascinating exhibitions from its unique collection and several other temporary modern and contemporary art exhibitions. You will witness the works of Cobra artists like Asger Jorn, Constant, Corneille, Karel Appel, and Pierre Alechinsky.

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The Van Gogh Museum is a must-see attraction for art lovers as it boasts the largest collection of works of the legendary Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh in the entire world. On your visit to the museum in Amsterdam, you will get a chance to explore 200 paintings, 500 drawings and 750 letters of Vincent Van Gogh.

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Also known as the Tropical Museum, Tropenmuseum is home to a vast collection of about 175000 objects belonging to the Dutch colonies since its opening in 1864. It is one of the largest museums in Amsterdam that showcases eight different exhibitions. This museum has been constructed to offer insight into the everyday life and diverse cultures of people from across the globe.

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Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam is a retreat for art and history lovers as it houses the most celebrated collections of modern and contemporary art. Ranging from Cezanne and Rodin sculptures to the iconic Andy Warhol prints and impressionist paintings, the museum features a vast and eclectic collection by Van Gogh, Jackson Pollock, Picasso, Gerrit Rietveld, Piet Mondrian, and Ernest Ludwig Kirchner.

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Built in 1838, the ARTIS Royal Zoo was the first zoo in Amsterdam, Netherlands. This zoo provides shelter to more than 900 animal species, including zebras, ostriches, giraffes, springboks, and much more. Visitors can admire the beauty of the historical city park with its centuries-old trees and wealth of plants, a planetarium, and the butterfly pavilion.

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The Royal Palace is one of the most important historical sites in Amsterdam which is now renowned as the Dutch palace. Famous for its British architecture and rich history, the Royal Palace of Amsterdam is in close proximity to other historical landmarks like the Dam Square and the Nieuwe Kerk. In the 17th century, it was also renowned to be the ‘eighth wonder of the world’.

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Seated in Amsterdam's historical center, Dam Square is a bustling gathering place for both locals and tourists. It is jam-packed with museums, the Royal Palace, food carts, restaurants, and retail establishments. An entertainment hub, hosting daily events like comedy performances, fire shows, live music, dance acts, and a variety of other events, it is always full of enthusiasm.

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The Rembrandt museum is entirely dedicated to the works of Rembrandt, a renowned Dutch painter who was popular among the locals. It is also documented that Rembrandt himself used to work and live in this historic building from 1639 to 1658. One can also visit the gallery which is dedicated to modern artists who were inspired by the works of Rembrandt.

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Begijnhof is located in the heart of Amsterdam and is included in the best treasures of the city. It is one of the oldest hofjes in Amsterdam, Netherlands that includes prehistoric buildings, and many other private dwellings. It is also renowned for the two churches namely the English reformed church and the Catholic Houten Huys. One can learn from its name that this place was initially a beguinage.

The medieval inner courtyard of the Begijnhof is where the beguine women used to live. They were more independent than the nuns and had more freedom to do things. One of the famously known beguine ladies, Cornelia Arens also used to live here. The last known beguine lady passed away in 1971. In the present era, there are no more beguines alive and their essence is alive in the remains of this city. Begijnhof also houses Houten Huys which is one of only two remaining timber houses in Amsterdam. One can reach Begijnhof easily via Spuiplein.

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Standing bold and monumental within the boundaries of the Red Light District of Amsterdam, the Oude Kerk is one of the oldest churches in the city. It paints an image full of contrast on the pages of De Wallen with distinct colours of a coffee shop to its left, the Princess Juliana Nursery School at its right and numerous street workers on their way to work in front of it.

The Oude Kerk acts as a cynosure for contemporary art and heritage having renowned artists like Marinus Boezem, Janet Cardiff, Christian Boltanski and George Bures Miller tasked to produce site-specific artworks for the church.

It is the most important church in Amsterdam after the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) and carries a fascinating history weaved from important events that shaped the old building over centuries into its present form.

Built around the early 13th century and consecrated by the bishop of Utrecht in 1306, the Oude Kerk was originally a Roman Catholic church which later adopted Calvinist practices following serious revolts in the mid and late 16th century.

Alongside a remarkable architecture, the church also houses old artefacts consisting of paintings and the four organs built in 1658, 1767, 1724 and 2010, which together form the main source of attraction for tourists. Visitors also get to enjoy occasional music concerts and art exhibitions that are arranged about three or four times a year.

The Oude Kerk is easy to reach from the Amsterdam airport with a number of travelling options including train, bus and car at your disposal.
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Jordaan is one of the most popular neighbourhoods in Amsterdam because it represents the dutch way of life in the best possible manner. It is home to high-end boutiques, beautiful streets, magnificent canals, legendary restaurants and some of the most well renowned artist studios as well. The streets are decorated in a very stylistic and aesthetic manner, which are further complemented by the adjacent canals.

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Situated in the city center of Amsterdam, Vondelpark is an English-style green arena that allows you to take a break from the urban life of the city and witness the luscious greenery. Spreading across an area of 111 acres, this park features a film museum, an open-air theater, a riding school, and a lake. The lining of different kinds of cafes, restaurants, and museums also makes it a year-round tourist destination.  

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The Heineken Experience is an ancient brewery that attracts beer lovers from different parts of the city. It is a remarkable experience of taking a tour of the brewery, in which you get a chance to learn about the history of the Heineken beer family. The visitors will understand the evolution of the logo over time, witness the complete process of brewing, and explore the Heineken collection.

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The Red Light District is one of the famous streets in Amsterdam that is renowned for its streetside brothel. This neighbourhood is home to picturesque canals, buzzing restaurants, bars, and innumerable shopping opportunities. Although this controversial area is not meant for everyone, its twisting and turning cobblestone streets and narrow alleys showcase the rich history and laid back culture of the people in Amsterdam.

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Enter the magical world of films at the Eye Film Museum, the internationally renowned hub of Dutch film heritage. Visit the national film museum of the Netherlands to indulge in screenings of classics and modern films, both local and global and covering diverse genres. Eye Film Museum boasts a massive collection of cinematic memorabilia, intriguing exhibitions, and a family-friendly atmosphere.

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Rozentheater ranks among Amsterdam’s best family entertainment spaces and is a cultural hotspot hosting a diverse range of entertainment shows. Dating back to 1913, the iconic cinema theatre hosts stand-up comedy shows, dance performances, and magic shows, and offers escape room experiences and an old-world bar. Experience world-class facilities and the best of live entertainment at the three spacious theatres of Rozentheater.

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The Amsterdam Canal Belt is over 400 years old and is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This canal belt was built to speed up the trades to and from Amsterdam. As the economy flourished, traders built sprawling mansions along the banks and settled there.

A few of these buildings from the 17th century stand tall even today and now, this cultural belt has many eminent institutions like FOAM, the Anne Frank House, and Huis Marseille. These pristine canals with elegant edifices on their banks make up for some of the most photogenic tourist places in Amsterdam. 

Timings: Always open

Entry Fee: Free
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This is Holland is an immersive attraction that allows the guests to experience the entire view of the Netherlands without going away from the capital. Through this attraction, the guests can indulge in a nine minute 5D flight experience that makes use of multi-sensory technology to simulate a flight across Holland. This way, you get a chance to learn about the origins, culture, and geography of the country with ease.

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The Efteling Theme Park is the largest amusement park in the Netherlands that provides a beautiful world of captivating stories and enthralling adventures. The park is divided into different realms that took inspiration from ancient mythology, legends, and fairy tales. The highlight of the Efteling is Joris en de Draak, in which the guests follow the footprints of the dragon and complete the ride with a parallel-moving roller coaster ride.

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Moco Museum or Modern Contemporary Museum is an independent museum located in Amsterdam’s Museum District at Villa Alsberg townhouse on Museumplein. The unique museum is dedicated to exhibiting contemporary, modern and street art and has on display works of artists from Amsterdam, Spain, the Netherlands and Barcelona. Appreciate the works of artists such as Banksy, KAWS, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol, JR, and others while visiting this museum.

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Visit the Diamant Museum to learn more about how diamonds are made, their history, and the craftsmanship needed to transform them into stunning pieces. The museum’s vast selection of magnificent crowns, jewelry, and other classic diamond beauties will leave you mesmerized. Activities like diamond heist and treasure hunt also help make the visit more exciting and memorable. 

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The brainchild of a Merlin Entertainments company, the Amsterdam dungeon is a unique way of gathering information about the dark history of the Netherlands. There are several rides and performances that are interaction based. Their main aim is to shed some light on the archival scenes of the Plague, the medieval torture and the Rembrandt workshop. 

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Witness the magical lively spirit of Amsterdam come alive at Leidseplein, the iconic nightlife, entertainment, and shopping hub of the city. Situated on the southern end of Amsterdam’s central canal ring, Leidseplein square is an unmissable tourist destination where one can find street performers, pubs, cafes, theatres, as well as the biggest international brands entertaining people from across the globe.

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Torensluis Bridge or Tower Lock is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Amsterdam that measures a whopping  42 meters in width. This bridge is also the widest in Amsterdam and has gained tourist traction for the statue of a very important Dutchman by the name of Multatuli.

The construction of this bridge was completed in the mid-17th century and today, it has become a popular spot for shutterbugs. Tourists can walk over the bright on a sunny summer day, have a drink, hang out with friends, and enjoy the surrounding panoramic views.

Location: 1012 HG Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Timings: Always Open

Entry Fee: Free
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The world’s only floating flower market awaits at Bloemenmarkt, Amsterdam. Renowned as one of the city’s most popular tourist destinations, the market floats around on houseboats on the Singel River. Witness a riot of colors and fragrances as you spot numerous varieties of flowers, garden, and house plants, plant food, pots, seeds, gardening equipment, and much more at Amsterdam’s Bloemenmarkt.

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This breathtakingly beautiful medieval castle located at the mouth of the Vecht river is one of the most captivating tourist attractions in Amsterdam. Today, the castle has been converted into a national museum so that the public can enjoy the rich history and heritage associated with the castle.

This attraction in Amsterdam is best explored during Christmas when the castle gets festive with workshops and drapes a new look to take you to the golden winter days. 

Location: Herengracht 1, 1398 AA Muiden, Netherlands

Timings: 10.00 am - 5.00 pm Tuesday - Sunday; Closed on Monday

Entry Fee: Adults - € 15,50; Children 4 to 11 years - € 9; Children 0 to 3 years - Free
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Situated in a former TV studio in Amsterdam, Nxt Museum is home to a collection of display arts that changes the ideas and perspectives of visitors with its immersive audiovisual experience. The museum consists of ten unique large-scale multi-sensory installations that diminish the differences between artistic expressions and technical possibilities. You can challenge your imagination and relish a new perspective in this beautiful digital art museum in the Netherlands.

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Located on the northwest side of Amsterdam's harbour, Het Schip is an apartment complex that is also a fine example of the iconic Amsterdam School of Architecture and Design. Designed by Dutch architect Michel de Klerk, this housing project is built on a triangular lot with 102 apartments.

The post office inside the Het Schip has been converted into a museum. Meticulous detailing of interiors, finishes, and exteriors makes this housing complex one of the interesting places to see in Amsterdam. 

Location: Oostzaanstraat 45, 1013 WG Amsterdam, Netherlands

Timings: 11.00 am - 5.00 pm Tuesday - Sunday; Closed on Mondays

Entry Fee: 
- Regular: €7,50
- Students: €5,00
- Museum card and Amsterdam Card: Free
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Also known as Esnago, this 17th-century synagogue in Amsterdam is a beautiful building built in  Iberian-Sephardic type and welcomes visitors of all faiths. Serving as a main centre for learning until today, Portuguese Synagogue is one of the most spectacular tourist places in Amsterdam and is a vital part of the city’s Jewish quarter.

This reverential synagogue houses the biggest Jewish library in the world and has a unique collection of exceptionally rare religious texts. Visitors can book guided tours around Jewish Quarters to know more about the history of the synagogue.

Location: Mr Visserplein 3, 1011 RD Amsterdam, Netherlands

Timings: 10.00 am - 5.00 pm Sunday - Friday; Closed on Saturdays

Entry Fee: Free
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Situated in Amsterdam, the Hortus Botanicus is one of the ancient botanical gardens in the world that houses a collection of over 4000 living plant species. This botanical garden is a beautiful green oasis in the city that consists of constantly changing gardens and three greenhouses with different climates and collections. It is an all-year-round tourist attraction as it offers something new in every season. 

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Explore the best of modern art at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Designed like a massive bathtub, Stedelijk has stunning works of the best local and global modern artists. Works from modern art movements like Impressionism, unique collections of prominent artists like De Stijl, and fascinating works from European and American art trends are among the many artworks one can witness at Stedelijk.

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Visit Amsterdam’s iconic Albert Cuyp Market, which is famous as the largest and most popular street market in the Netherlands. With its numerous ethnic shops, restaurants, hotels, bars, cafes, parks, and much more, Albert Cuyp is the ultimate destination for entertainment shopping, browsing through shops, and massive bargains. Indulge in Amsterdam’s fun ambience and shop for classic Dutch delights at this century-old marketplace.

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The largest science museum in the Netherlands, NEMO Science Museum, can be explored during your Amsterdam tour. Located on the highest square of the city, the Museum is a mind-blowing peek into the magical world of science that people of all ages can experience. Spread across five floors, the exhibitions feature interactive demonstrations, hands-on exhibits, and informative shows on various scientific fields.

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Enjoy an opportunity to see all your favorite stars in wax at the incredible Madame Tussauds Museum Amsterdam. You can explore the 6 different zones of the museum such as A- list, Royals, Music, Fashion, Marvel Avengers and I am art. Click pictures, sing and dance, or join the Avengers to save the world with famous personalities from across the globe. 

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Amsterdam’s most famous and prominent river, the Amstel, flows from Aarkanaal in Nieuwveen to IJ in Amsterdam. This tourist attraction forms the base on which the city’s numerous dikes, dams, and canals are constructed. Explore Amstel with river cruises and bike rides to witness the Hermitage Museum, Royal Theatre Centre, Magere Brug, Ouderkerk aan de Amstel, Ronde Hoep polder, and Defence Line of Amsterdam.

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Explore a unique permanent exhibition in Amsterdam that celebrates the original form of the human body at BODY WORLDS: The Happiness Project. Located in the heart of the city, BODY WORLDS is home to 200 real but plastinated human bodies. Learn how your health and happiness are connected as you indulge in a never-seen-before human anatomy lesson at the seven levels of BODY WORLDS Amsterdam.

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The National Monument was built in 1956 to commemorate and honour those who lost their lives in World War II. Standing tall in the historic heart of the city, i.e. Dam Square, this 22-meter high monument was the design masterpiece of the celebrated architect J.J.P. Oud.

Since its inauguration in 1956, it has undergone two major renovations, following which it was declared as an official National Heritage Monument in 2009. Every year in the month of May, the museum hosts a grand Remembrance of the Dead ceremony in their memory.

This inspiring monument also stands as a living reminder of the atrocities of the war. It is easily one of the most touristy Amsterdam attractions. 

Timing: Open 24 hours

Entry fee: No entry fee

Location: Dam, 1012 JL Amsterdam
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One of the most extraordinary Amsterdam attractions, it is steeped in the rich history of the world-class Bols Jenever or, as you might know it, the Dutch Gin. Nestled comfortably in the Museum Square, this is the perfect detour if the prospect of wandering through art museums doesn’t tickle your fancy.

The museum not only promises you a thrilling, self-guided ride into the history of Lucas Bol, the oldest and finest spirit brand in the world, but also lets you try a variety of samples for yourself! Learn about the process of going gin-making, and how to recognise the nuances of different kinds of gins. Taste a perfect concoction of heritage, history, and art with this unique cocktail and genever experience.

Timing:
- Open from 01:00 PM to 06:30 PM from Sunday to Thursday;
- 01:00 PM to 09:00 PM every Friday and Saturday

Entry fee: From 15 euros / INR 1,200 per person

Location: Paulus Potterstraat 14, 1071 CZ Amsterdam
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Formerly known as Amsterdam ArenA, Johan Cruijff ArenA is home to the legendary Ajax football team! While the stadium was built in 1996, it was renamed the Johan Cruijff Arena in 2018, as a tribute to the famed footballer Johan Cruyff.

Easily one of the must-see tourist places in Amsterdam, especially if you’re crazy about football, the stadium offers a variety of guided tours to the public. Taking up residence in the southern part of Amsterdam, the stadium is not only host to Netherlands football international, but also the occasional concerts and dance shows. The stadium easily accommodates around 60,000 people

Timing: Open every day from 09:30 PM to 04:30 PM

Entry fee: 16,50 euros / INR 1,300 per person

Location: ArenA Boulevard 1, 1100 DL Amsterdam
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A medieval picturesque architectural classic awaits in Amsterdam’s countryside as you visit the De Riekermolen Windmill. Dating back to the seventeenth century, the still-functional windmill is one of the popular attractions along the iconic Amstel River. Surrounded by greenery, the windmill is reminiscent of period dramas and has a stunning statue of Rembrandt nearby, which celebrates the sketches he made here.

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Witness one of Amsterdam’s most popular family attractions, and interactive exhibits as you visit the National Maritime Museum. Renowned as one of the world’s largest and most notable maritime collections, the museum traces the remarkable Dutch maritime history over the last 500 years. You can learn from a 60000+ collection of books, maps and magazines for an enriching experience. 

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Here’s a little treat for those who seek visual and mental stimulation from art - the Rademakers Gallery. One of the classiest Amsterdam attractions, this famous art gallery witnesses an intoxicating blend of different forms of art.

While you can admire the works of globally-acclaimed artists like Jimmy Nelson, Studio Job, Cathalijn Wouters, and Carli Hermès, the museum also exhibits deserving masterpieces of budding artists. Straying a tad from the conventional disciples of art, the gallery is an absolute treasure for those with an artistic eye.

Timing: Open from 12:00 PM to 05:00 PM. Closed on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday

Location: KNSM-Laan 291, 1019 LE Amsterdam
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Witness a mind-blowing Amsterdam spectacle as you watch its fifteen bridges together from the Bridge of 15 Bridges. Popular as one of Amsterdam’s most romantic locations, the bridge has six bridges across the Reguliersgracht, six down the Herengracht, and two more on the left as you stand with your back to Thorbeckeplein. Walk or sail down to the iconic bridge during your Amsterdam tours.

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A beautiful tourist attraction of Amsterdam, the Munttoren is a medieval-era tower that once was a part of the old city walls. Situated near the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Amsterdam’s Canal Ring, the Mint Tower as it is commonly known, underwent renovation in the seventeenth-century Amsterdam Renaissance style. Today, the tower has 38 bells that chime every fifteen minutes and attract tourists.

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Indulge in a never-seen-before aviation experience at the Aviodrome Aviation Theme Park of Lelystad near Amsterdam. Renowned as one of the best family destinations near Amsterdam, the park is actually a museum that traces the fascinating history of aviation. Explore a mind-blowing collection of aircrafts and space shuttles that range from the first wooden biplane to the modern Boeing 747 at Aviodrome.

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If you wish to spend some peaceful time in the lap of nature in Amsterdam, then the Amsterdamse Bos would be a perfect fit for you. It is located on the outskirts of the city and is renowned for offering tranquillity and calm. Apart from brisk walking on the unpaved paths, you can also indulge in a wellness spa, or explore the adjoining goat farm.

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Locally known as High Bridge, Python Bridge is a 90-meter-long footbridge, spread over the canal linking Borneo Island and Sporenburg peninsula. Built to resemble a gigantic winding red python, the bridge quite lives up to the name.

This masterpiece was installed in 2001, and was awarded the International Footbridge Award the very next year. While Amsterdam is no stranger to unusual bridges, this red, serpentine wonder is one of the most fascinating places to see in Amsterdam.

Timing: Open 24 hours

Location: Pythonbrug, 1019 TA Amsterdam
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The De Poezenboot (Catboat) is Amsterdam's only sanctuary that offers shelter for stray and abandoned cats in a houseboat. A haven for feline lovers, the sanctuary floats on the picturesque Amsterdam canal and entices guests with its serene appeal. Visitors are welcome to play with and adopt kitties from this modern cat sanctuary and donate for the good cause.

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This one is for all you zythophiles out there. One of the most interesting places to see in Amsterdam, the IJ Brewery is a famous name amongst travellers and the local folks alike. The inauguration of the IJ Brewer was a milestone in the history of beer-brewing in Amsterdam.

This modest little microbrewery is built inside De Gooyer, an old windmill, and supplies some of the finest organic beer in the country! This little wonder is the birthplace of your favourite beers - Zatte, Natte, Columbus, Ijwit, Strius, and more. If you love beer, this is the first place you should visit when in Amsterdam.

Fun fact: De Gooyer is not only the country’s tallest windmill, but also a National Monument!

Timing: Open from 02:00 PM to 08:00 PM every day

Location: Funenkade 7, 1018 AL Amsterdam
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Arguably the most iconic restaurants in Amsterdam, REM Eiland has so much more in store for you than just a scrumptious meal. Docked 22 meters above the coast of Amsterdam, the oil-rig styled restaurant is built to resemble a classic pirate radio and TV station.

It boasts of a breathtaking roof terrace that looks out to a panoramic stretch of calm, glimmering blue that accompanies you throughout your visit. The rooftop also houses a bar and a helipad! An amusing mix of history, culture, and design bring you this masterpiece. Take a virtual trip back in time with a visit to this iconic restaurant. It is much more than just another tourist destination.

Timing: Open from 12:00 PM to 10:00 PM everyday

Location: Haparandadam 45-2, 1013 AK Amsterdam
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People Also Ask About Amsterdam

  1. What are the best places to visit in Amsterdam with kids?

    1. Anne Frank House: Converted to a museum to honor the hardships that Anne Frank and her family had to go through during the Second World War, this museum was actually their hiding place. The original diary of Anne Frank and their belongings are on display here. You can also Book: Anne Frank Walking Tour in Amsterdam

    2. Dam Square: One of the most iconic destinations of Amsterdam that is always lively owing to various forms of entertainment that can be seen here. You can take your kids to this square and enjoy the culture of Amsterdam to the fullest.

    3. Torensluis Bridge: You can be assured that your kids will just love the panoramic view that this bridge offers. 

    4. Oude Kerk: With intriguing artworks and impressive décor, Oude Kerk is the perfect place for you to take your kid to. The occasional art exhibitions and music concerts will keep your kid engaged while you marvel at the architectural beauty of the church. 
  2. What are the romantic places to visit in Amsterdam?

    1. Begijnhof: Cited as one of the ancient hofjes in the whole of Amsterdam. This includes private residences, historic buildings, churches, and a courtyard where you and your partner can roam hand in hand, taking in the view.  

    2. Canal Belt: Being labeled as a UNESCO World Heritage Site has increased the popularity of the canal belt among the couples. You can see the various historical buildings with your partner and make some new memories. 

    3. Vondelpark: Catering to people of varied tastes with adventure activities as well as an abundance of nature and wildlife, this park is the perfect place for you to know your partner on a deeper level. 

    4. Keukenhof: Credited for being the biggest flower garden across the globe and affectionately named as the garden of Europe, this garden houses several floral species, including tulips and orchids in fascinating shades. You can woo your partner with the romantic sight of the garden. Click Here to Book: Keukenhof Tickets with Bus Transfers
  3. Which are the best places to visit in Amsterdam in November?

    1. Van Gogh Museum: When visiting Amsterdam you cannot afford to miss out on this iconic museum named after the famous painter Van Gogh. You can witness more than 200 paintings of Van Gogh, his letters which are appreciated by thousands of people visiting the place. Click Here to Book: Van Gogh Museum Tickets Amsterdam

    This place gives absolute solace to the art lovers who find beauty is the art and cannot help but fall in love with the wonderful paintings by the famous artist. 

    2. Amsterdam Canal Cruise: To take a tour of the iconic city of Amsterdam filled with trees, flowers and peace all around you must definitely visit the Amsterdam Canal Cruise. You can hire a cruise and go along the canals to take a beautiful ride of the city lines with small houses, cafe shops and many more. Click Here to Book: Amsterdam Canal Cruise

    It is quite fun to ride these cruises in the rainy or winter season when you can witness the snow and stop by some coffee shop to sip some hot chocolates too. 


    3. Amsterdam IcebarAnother amusing place to visit in Amsterdam is the Amsterdam Icebar which is flocked by a large number of tourists visiting the place. It is well known for its unique design that is a bar completely filled with artificial ice yet giving a mild cold temperature. You can enjoy your time here drinking their speciality beers or take pictures in the ice and snowmans enhancing the beauty of the place. 

    4. Muiden Castle: To take a look around the castles which you have only heard in the fairytales, take a trip to the most beautiful Muiden Castle which is located around lots of greenery and natural surroundings adding to its beauty. You can go inside and tour the insides and know a lot about its history too. This castle looks extremely beautiful in the winters with its snow clad peaks and is an absolute delight to watch out for. 

    5. Efteling Park: One of the most fun filled and enjoyable places to visit in Amsterdam is Efteling park that is a fantasy themed amusement park. You can take rides in the park that are designed according to the fairy tales. You will also witness the famous folktales of the place according to which the games and other parts of the park are designed. Click Here to Book: Efteling Park Tickets in Amsterdam
  4. What is the best time to visit Amsterdam?

    The most ideal time to visit Amsterdam is the fall season, between the months of September and November. During this time of the year the weather of Amsterdam is mild and pleasant and the crowd is less.
  5. What should I avoid in Amsterdam?

    - Avoid using cannabis in public.
    - Avoid smoking in trains and train stations.
    - Avoid walking along the bicycle lanes.
    - Avoid riding a Tram, bus or train without a valid ticket.
    - Avoid taking pictures of the Red Light District's windows.
  6. Why is Amsterdam the best place to visit?

    Over 40 intriguing museums, stunning entertainment venues, and numerous impressive theaters, make Amsterdam a great place to visit in Europe. The well-preserved historic buildings, charming wooden bridges, and picturesque canals also lure many tourists to Amsterdam.
  7. Is Amsterdam an expensive city?

    Yes, Amsterdam is an expensive city to visit in Europe. However, you can plan a budget trip to Amsterdam, if you choose to stay in a hostel or dormitory, take public transports for sightseeing like bus, train, or tram, and eat majorly at food courts.
  8. How much is a trip to Amsterdam for 2?

    The cost of a trip to Amsterdam for two people for a week will sum up to around €1,861 (1,62,223.49 Indian Rupee). However, this may vary depending majorly upon the place you stay and eat at.
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  10. Which are the best Amsterdam cruise experiences that I can book from Thrillophilia?

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05 May 2020
Excellent
A perfect Amsterdam Red Light District walking tour. everyone should look forward to availing while in amsterdam. We went past all the places including Oude Kerk which made the tour perfect one. Having small group size made the tour personalised.
05 May 2020
Excellent
A perfect Amsterdam Red Light District walking tour. everyone should look forward to availing while in amsterdam. We went past all the places including Oude Kerk which made the tour perfect one. Having small group size made the tour personalised.
From the begining of the tour from the airport we received with a warm welcome, the tour start and we are very excited, the tour manager was very communicative and informative plus helpful, The accommodations were amazing with nice service and hospitalities, the foods were good qualities, sightseeing was incredible, breathtaking and unforgettable. The activities were fun and exciting... The entire experience worth the money we spend... Wow... this is what we are expecting and it satisfying us with everything.

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