About for Amsterdam
Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ capital and most populated municipality. It began in the late 12th century as a little fishing community on the banks of the Amstel River, from whence it derives its name.
The city of Amsterdam is the most nationalised in the world. Amsterdam is the country’s major cultural hub, including universities, academies, and research organizations, as well as more than 40 museums, theaters, and entertainment venues.
With airfares starting at 80 euros and accommodations starting at 45 euros per night, there are no excuses not to explore the “Venice of the North.”
Let’s have a look at the 15 things you must do once you arrive in Amsterdam.
Visit Anne Frank’s residence.
Take a canal cruise.
Visit the Banksy exhibition at the museum (MOCO museum)
Bike tour of the Royal Palace City
Day travel to Rotterdam and The Hague to see the Van Gogh Museum
Look around the Waterlooplein Flea Market.
IJ Brewer Walk in the Red Light District Tour of the Heineken brewery
Visit the Nieuwe Kerk.
Try Van Stapele cookies while photographing the flowers at Keukenhof.