Amsterdam is the capital of The Netherlands. The “Venice Of The North” has an extensive canal district full of bridges, cobblestone streets and charming gabled houses.

The city’s historic gathering place, Dam Square, is the location for the Royal Palace, Madame Tussauds’ wax collection and the National Monument for World War II. In the nearby Anne Frank House, you can see where this young Jewish girl wrote her famous diary.

The floating Flower Market, the historic Nieuwmarkt and the Red Light District are some other typical Dutch areas in the compact city center.

The famous paintings by Van Gogh, Rembrandt and other Dutch masters are on display in the historic Rijksmuseum and modern Van Gogh Museum.

The old Heineken Brewery is the best place to try the Dutch lager and experience its brewing process.

There is no other city like Amsterdam, so no wonder that over 3.5 million people visit the Dutch city each year.




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