Top attractions in Amsterdam
Dam Square: The heart of the city, with a touching monument to the victims of World War II.
Anne Frank House: The house where Anne Frank hid from the Nazis for two years and wrote her famous diary.
The Royal Palace: A seventeenth-century palace, one of four royal palaces in the Netherlands.
Rijksmuseum: Amsterdam's national museum, dedicated to arts, crafts and history with a significant collection of paintings from the Dutch Golden Age.
Van Gogh Museum: The largest collection of paintings by Vincent Van Gogh in the world.
Red Light District: Worth a visit, if only for curiosity's sake.
Flower Market (Bloemenmarkt): The world's only floating flower market.
Vondelpark: A public park created in 1845 and featuring a film museum, an open air theatre, a playground and several eateries.
Which other sites do you propose for this list?
Laatst aangepast (woensdag, 14 september 2011 11:33)