Soak in the Dutch air during your Amsterdam holiday

If you want to visit Netherlands, then Amsterdam must definitely feature in your itinerary. Amsterdam is a beautiful city that can be discovered in different ways each time you visit it. What make Amsterdam so appealing are its creative and diverse culture, rich heritage high quality of life and commercial dynamism. However, the best asset of Amsterdam is definitely its people; they are extremely welcoming and friendly and love to give tourists a tour of their home city. In fact, Amsterdam is a traveler’s dream; you can see some important landmarks and also walk down the streets soaking in the Dutch air.

If you go through any guide to Amsterdam manual, you will find a list of places that you must visit. These places include

  • Anne Frankhuis:  The house of Anne Frank is the place where Anne Frank along with her family hid from German intruder. Since most tourists visit this house, you might have to wait in a queue. However, the wait is totally worth it.
  • The Nemo Museum: If you have your kids with you, visiting the Nemo Museum is a must. The exhibits in this museum stimulate the kids’ minds and they will love the amazing display of science and technology. If you visit the museum at night, you should spend some time at the café that is there on top of the museum. You will get a stunning view of the city’s skyline from there.
  • ·         Koninklijk Paleis (Royal Palace):  The form of governance in Netherlands is monarchy and visiting the Royal Palace will give you a peek into the regal world of the royal family. However, the royal family does not reside in this palace and the palace serves more as a museum.


While you are in Amsterdam, you must learn about the Dutch culture as well. For this you can check out the Amsterdam-culture.com

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