Top Reasons to Go
Golden Age Canals:Amsterdam's world-famous Canal Belt with its Golden Age gables and bridges is best enjoyed from the water in a glass-roof boat, or on foot. This is a wanderer's paradise.
Anne Frank House: The young Jewish teenager, Anne Frank, wrote her diary in this warren of rooms at the back of a 1635 canal house, as she and her family hid from the Nazis in World War II.
Van Gogh Museum: This is your opportunity to see the world-famous self-portraits and paintings of sunflowers and irises up close.
Rijksmuseum: For a giant gasp of Golden Age glory, explore this wonderful museum, home to hundreds of famed Dutch Old Masters, including Rembrandt’s The Night Watch.
Biking: Winding your way through the Jordaan on a bike, with narrow alleys on one side and sparkling canals on the other, is transporting in more ways than one.
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