Explore the Dutch countryside as you leave Amsterdam behind for a half-day tour. See the famous Zaanse Shans windmills. Explore the quaint fishing…
Take a walk through Amsterdam with a professional guide who will tell you about the city during WWII, through the eyes of Anne Frank. The route takes…
Enjoy a side-splitting night of laughs at Boom Chicago, located in Amsterdam’s Jordaan Quarter of the canal district. Get ready for an improv show…
There's no faster way to visit the Van Gogh Museum. These exciting new tickets help you avoid long lines to see hundreds of paintings, drawings and…
Skip the line at the Rijksmuseum and gain direct entry thanks to your e-ticket! Admire over 400 masterpieces by great artists such as Jan Steen,…
Feel the beating heart of Ajax while enjoying a 70-minute ArenA Stadium Tour. Your enthusiastic guide will tell you all the ins & outs of the stadium…
Enjoy panoramic views of Amsterdam from one of its newest attractions with an entrance ticket to the A’DAM Lookout observation deck. Get an…
Enjoy skip-the-line admission to the ARTIS Amsterdam Royal Zoo and experience nature right in the center of the city. Visit the Planetarium and the…
Enjoy a delicious private home dinner with a local chef. Discover a variety of cuisines, from traditional Dutch to Australian specialties. Try…
Attractions in Amsterdam
- 1Amsterdam Canal Ring
- 3Van Gogh Museum
- 4Amsterdam Red Light District
- 5Heineken Experience
- 7Magere Brug
- 8Anne Frank
- 9The Jordaan
- 10The Amstel
- 11Amsterdam Museum
- 12De Pijp
- 13Narrowest House In Europe
- 14Oude Kerk
- 16Dam Square
- 17Canal Bus
- 18Artis Zoo
- 20Gassan Diamonds
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What People Are Saying About Amsterdam
An amazing experience from start to finish one visit is just the tip of the iceberg!
Make sure you have at least 3 hours ahead of you if you wish to discover the most iconic works of art of Dutch artists such as Rembrandt and Vermeer. My advice would be to start from the top 3rd floor and then backwards to ground zero.
An excellent museum with beautiful paintings and supporting exhibition. Can get a little crowded so choose your time carefully.
The whole process of getting the tickets was very easy. We had no wait time at all to enter the museum. It all worked out great!
A great way to try and understand the works of this master and to get a small insight into his troubled mind. Some wonderful works on display but I did wonder if they were all the real thing as they were not very well protected!