Things to Do in Amsterdam

From its canals to its history and to everything else there is to see and do, Amsterdam Largely recognized as one of the world's greatest small cities. Located in the western part of The Netherlands in the province of North Holland, the city of Amsterdam Has A different, romantic, cultural miracle. Here's a look at some of the most popular things to do in the city:

Tours / Excursions 

Amsterdam is well-known for its many canals That Weave Their Way through the city, so it shouldering come as no surprise That taking a canal boat tour is one of the most popular attractions. Aside from just a standard day boat tour, tourists can also take candlelight dinner boat cruises or evening tours.
Amsterdam Other popular tours include: 
  • Bike tours. 
  • Day trips to nearby attractions. 
  • Red Light district tours. 
  • The hop-on, hop-off bus, where tourists can see the city's sights At Their own leisure.
 

Popular Sights

Amsterdam is well Regarded for its museums, notably the Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House, Stedelijk Museum and the Rijksmuseum, but there are 75 total museums sprinkled Throughout the city and surrounding area. For more unique tourist experiences, check out the Houseboat Museum, the NEMO Technology Museum for the whole family or the Heineken or Erotic Museum for adults only. 
Some other popular attractions include: 
  • The Dam: Located at the city's center, this historical site is one of the most popular sights of Amsterdam. 
  • Windmills: Eight windmills are located Throughout the city. 
  • Rembrandt: Looking to whet your whistle, grab a bite to eat or enjoy some live entertainment clubs or alternative? Head to Rembrandt Square, Amsterdam's Mecca of entertainment. 
  • Leidseplein: Like Rembrandt, this part of town is another popular nightlife destination. 
  • Red Light District: If you're into risky business, check out the Red Light District. Even if it's not your style, it's an experience just walking the streets. 
 

Getting to Amsterdam

The city can be Reached by land, air or sea, making it an accessible European destination. And once you're there, the city is very easily walked and bike-able, though public transportation does exist in the city. 
The best times to visit Amsterdam are thought to be the spring and fall, All-which are sandwiched around the busiest tourist season, though temperatures are a bit cooler during periods thesis.
 

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