This is the capital city and the municipality with the largest population in the Kingdom of Netherlands. It is the cultural capital of the Netherlands. It is home to many large Dutch institutions and also seven of the world’s 500 largest companies. Amsterdam is ranked the 2nd best city to live in by the Economist Intelligence unit. If you also don’t know, the Amsterdam Stock Exchange is the oldest in the world. Amsterdam boasts of an artistic heritage and elaborates canal system which dates back to the 17th century golden age. Bookings of flights to Amsterdam are cheap and affordable with Airohub.
If you intend to enjoy your stay in Amsterdam, consider visiting April and May or if possible right after the summer between September and November. There are fewer crowds in the choice places, and the temperature is friendly. If youâ€™re after a cheap visit, you can plan a winter vacation as the hotels and transport system is cheaper.
This is the most attractive and the largest museum in the Netherlands. It is host to 1 million visitors every year. The museum houses wonderful collections that range from the 17th century Dutch Golden Age masterpieces.
Situated in central Amsterdam, it is the place of refuge where Anna Frank hide for two years and wrote her famous diary during the World War II. As part of Anna Frank permanent exhibition, the original of the diary is on display.
When at the Leidseplein, it takes only five minutes to reach the Vondel park which is located in the south. With an annual visitor of around 10 million, and it is the most popular park in the Netherlands.
Regarded as the center of Amsterdam attractions, it is the heart and very center of the city. Having experienced many events over the centuries, it is fascinating and deserves a visit. It was originally intended and used as the town hall.
When in Amsterdam and you are yearning for vibrant and colorful nightlife attractions, this is the perfect place to be as a tourist. It has many restaurants, cinema, and theaters, clubs and coffee shops.
This is a corporate and historic brewery visitor center for the internationally distributed Heineken beer. It provides an interactive beer museum and tour of the brewery giant’s history of distilling beer.