A living postcard

Entwined between its picturesque canals is Amsterdam’s vast tapestry of galleries and historical locales. The central Museumplein is known for the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum, and the ‘I amsterdam’ sign. Anne Frank House is in the burrough of Prinsengracht - the original building still remains and operates today as a museum. View the city by bicycle or drift along canals by boat. Either way, you’re sure to feel absorbed by your cushy surroundings.

What you'll need

A valid passport and, depending on your nationality, a visa

Best time to go

April to September for long days and warm weather

Travel tip

Invest in an iAmsterdam card to save money on museum entry fees and public transport

Essentials to pack

Comfortable shoes, a reliable camera and a Dutch phrase book

Top sights

Check out some of the most impressive landmarks, adrenaline-pumping activities, inspiring views and fascinating exhibits this city has on offer.

1The Rijksmuseum
2The Anne Frank Museum
3The Van Gogh Museum
4The West Church
5Rembrandt House Museum
6The Royal Palace
7The Jewish Historical Museum
8Amsterdam's Municipal Museum

Amsterdam Hotels

Whether you want prime location, superior views or budget bliss, we can help you find the accommodation that suits your every need.


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