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With its picturesque Golden Age canal network, rich history and vibrant cultural scene, the capital of the Netherlands is one of the world’s most unique city destinations.

Museumplein,the Museum Quarter is the cultural beating heart of Amsterdam, with its world-class art museums such as:

the Rijksmuseum, holds the country's largest collection of old Masters art and artefacts, including 40 Rembrandts and four Vermeers.

the Stedelijk museum of and contemporary art, with an extraordinary pre-war collection that includes works by Cézanne, Picasso, Matisse and Chagall, plus a collection of paintings and drawings by Malevich. Post-1945 artists represented include De Kooning, Newman, Ryman, Lichtenstein, Warhol, Nauman, Middleton, Kounellis...

the Van Gogh Museum, reflecting 200 paintings and 500 drawings of Vincent Van Gogh.

the Amsterdam Museum (formerly the Amsterdam Historisch Museum), which maps the last eight centuries of urban evolution using quirky found objects like 700-year-old shoes.

Museum Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder ('Our Lord in the Attic’) a charming hidden church in the Red Light District that has been recently restored to its 17th century glory.

The Joods Historisch Museum in the old Jewish quarter. Housed in four former synagogues, it's crammed with photos, painting and artefacts exploring the history of Judaism in the Netherlands.

The Anne Frank House, whose rooms still breathe the atmosphere of the World War II, makes you reflect on the atrocities committed against the Jewish people. Quotations from the diary, historical documents, photographs, film images, and original objects that belonged to the family in hiding and the helpers, illustrate the events that took place here.

The Stadsarchief, Amsterdam City’s Archives, is an ideal place to learn about the history of the city.

The famous flowermarket,“the Bloemenmarkt”, a unique floating flower marketis the most famous place to buy tulips. Other famous markets are: Albert Cuyp markt in De Pijp for grocery shopping, Waterlooplein flea market - where you'll find everything from antiques to vintage; for something more contemporary, check out Moderne Hippies.

Dam Square or Dam is a town square, notable buildings and frequent events make it one of the most well-known and important locations in the city and the country.

the Vondelpark, the largest green space in Amsterdam and kind of a cultural hub, with a number of sculptures including one by Picasso, and an open-theater, the park gathers people for numerous activities.

Amsterdam’s Canal Belt(Unesco protected)crossed by bridges, where 165 canals encircle the city and keep the sea at bay.Floating along the canals by guided boat tour is a great way to see the city by good weather, and traditionally in winter, the frozen canals provide a playground for ice-skating locals.

The Leidseplein is a square in central Amsterdam. It is one of the busiest centers for nightlife in the city. With hundreds of restaurants, bars, pubs, coffee shops and popular clubs like the Melkweg and Paradiso as well as cinemas and theatres; the Leidseplein area is one of Amsterdam's most popular centers for nightlife.

The Royal Palace, opened as a town hall in 1655, this building became a palace in the 19th century. The interiors gleam, especially the marble work – at its best in a floor inlaid with maps of the world in the great burgerzaal (citizens’ hall), which occupies the heart of the building.

The Red Light District (known locally as De Wallen), sited in an approximate triangle formed by Central Station, Nieuwmarkt and the Dam, is at the very root of the city's international notoriety. People here can enjoy a concentration of coffee shops, sex-shops, window-shopping, live exhibits and taking in the history of the area at the Erotic Museum or Hash Marihuana Hemp Museum.

The Condomerie, a place in between a shop and a museum, perfectly positioned for the Red Light District, this boutique sells condoms in every imaginable size, color, flavor and design (horned devils, marijuana leaves, Delftware tiles…), along with lubricants and saucy gifts. NieuweKerkis 15th-century, late-Gothic basilica – a historic stage for Dutch coronations.

De Pijp, this bohemian neighbourhood to the south of the city centre is one of Amsterdam’s most vibrant districts; brimming with a kaleidoscope of quirky shops, trendy Amsterdam bars, charming cafes.

Albert Cuypmarkt, Amsterdam's largest and busiest market. Vendors loudly tout their odd gadgets and their arrays of fruit, vegetables, herbs and spices. Snack vendors tempt passers-by with herring sandwiches, egg rolls, donuts and caramel-syrup-filled stroopwafels.

Stubbe's Haring, on the SingelHaarlingersluis near CentraalStation, is the best place to buy a herring, as it’s a specialty of the family-run house and a traditional food to try.

Heineken Experience, on the site of the company’s old brewery, the crowning glory of this self-guided 'Experience' (samples aside) is a multimedia exhibit.

Brouwerij”t IJ beneath the creaking sails of the 1725-built De Gooyer windmill, Amsterdam's leading organic microbrewery produces delicious (and often very potent) standard, seasonal and limited-edition brews. Pop in for a beer in the tiled tasting room, lined by an amazing bottle collection, or on the plane tree–shaded terrace.

Ciel Bleu, mindblowing, two-Michelin-star creations at this pinnacle of gastronomy change with the seasons. Just as incomparable is the 23rd-floor setting with aerial views north across the city.

Foodhallen, this glorious international food hall has 21 stands surrounding an airy open-plan eating area. Some are offshoots of popular Amsterdam eateries, such as the Butcher and Wild Moa Pies; also look out for Viet View Vietnamese street food, JabugoIberico Bar ham, Pink Flamingo pizza, Bulls & Dogs hot dogs, Rough Kitchen ribs and De Ballenbarbitterballen (croquettes).

GVB is the main public transport company in Amsterdam. It covers bus, tram, ferry and metro services in the city, in the surrounding towns, Diemen and Amstelveen, and Amsterdam-Schiphol airport.There are 30 bus routes, 16 tram lines, 8 ferry links and 4 metro lines in the city. GVB provides an online guide to all its services in a number of languages.

Metro - There are four coloured metro lines in Amsterdam. Three of the lines run from Centraal station to Gaasperplas, Gein and Westwijk. The fourth line runs from Gein to Isolatorweg.(Ticketing options: One hour disposable cards ,Day tickets for one to seven days, OV-chipkaart: a travel card that charges passengers per trip or per kilometer.)

Night buses (Nacht-bussen) - Amsterdam tram, bus and metro services run from 06:00-00:30. During the night, there are eleven night bus routes running between 00:30-07:30.

Regional Bus Services -Connexxion is the largest public transport company in the Netherlands and serves most of the country. It runs local and regional buses in Flevoland, Gelderland and North Holland.

Park & Ride (P+R) -Several Park & Ride services operate in the Netherlands. For a small fee customers can park their car and access free public transport (for up to 5 people).

OV-Taxi - The OV-taxi is a shared public taxi service operating in North-Holland. The service can be used for transport to or from 10 train stations in the province. It is available 06:00-24:00 seven days a week.

Train Stations in Amsterdam:

Central Station, Stationsplein 15, 1012 AA Amsterdam Amstel, Julianaplein 1, 1097 DN Amsterdam Bijlmer, Hoogoorddreef, 1102 BH Amsterdam Duivendracht, Stationsplein 1, 1115 BZ Duivendrecht Lelylaan, C. Lelylaan 25, 1062 AD Amsterdam Muiderpoort, Oosterspoorplein 1, 1093 JW Amsterdam RAI, Europaboulevard 6, 1083 AD Amsterdam Sloterdijk, Orlyplein 105, 1043 DT Amsterdam Zuid/WTC, Zuidplein 10, 1077 XV Amsterdam.

Trains to Schiphol Airport - Schiphol station is located directly beneath the airport, near the arrival hall and the departure lounge and is easily reached from any railway station in The Netherlands. Generally only one change may be needed to reach Schiphol from anywhere in Holland.

Van Gogh museum, Address: Museumplein 6, 1071 DJ Amsterdam, Netherlands, Phone: +31 20 570 5200,

Anne Frank house, Address: Prinsengracht 263-267, 1016 GV Amsterdam, Netherlands, Phone: +31 20 556 7105,

Rijksmuseum,Address: Museumstraat 1, 1071 XX Amsterdam, Netherlands, Phone: +31 (0) 20 6747 000,

The National Maritime museum, Address:Kattenburgerplein 1, 1018 KK Amsterdam, Netherlands, Phone: +31 20 523 2222,

Stedelijk museum, Address: Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ Amsterdam, Netherlands, Phone: +31 (0) 20 5732 911,

Amsterdam museum, Address: Kalverstraat 92, 1012 PH Amsterdam, Netherlands, Phone: +31 20 523 1822,

Vondelopark,Address: Vondelpark, 1071 AA AMSTERDAM, Oosterpark,Address: 1091 AC Amsterdam, Netherlands, Phone: +31 14 020 

Amsterdam Arena, Address: ArenA Boulevard 1, 1101 Amsterdam, Netherlands Phone: +31 20 311 1333,

Leidseplein,Address: belangevereniginghorecaleidsebuurt 1001 NA Amsterdam, Phone: +31 (0)6-12165524,

Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Address: Concertgebouwplein 10, 1071 LN Amsterdam, Phone: +31(0) 206718345,

Oude Kerk, Address: Oudekerksplein 23, 1012 GX Amsterdam, Netherlands, Phone: +31 20 625 8284 ,

Westerkerk,Address: Prinsengracht 281, 1016 GW Amsterdam, Netherlands, Phone: +31 20 624 7766.

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