Stunning architecture and wonderful museums, Dam Square and the Red Light District, splendid bridges over the canals. It is difficult to list the places that must visit in the capital of the Netherlands.
Dam Square gathers the largest number of travelers. It’s hard not to pay attention at dominating the Amsterdam National Monument, so it is a popular meeting place for those who do not know the city. There you will find the New Church and the Royal Palace, which is also worthy of your attention.
The famous Red Light District is located between Dam Square and the railway station, in the same place – a lot of coffee shops. Here you will find everything you could wish for a traveler!
Jordaan, located away from the tourist trails, give an excellent opportunity to recover from the bustle. Quiet narrow alleys will charm you, and gourmets will enjoy the most delicious ice cream in Amsterdam.
Miraculous as the central channel of the capital of the Netherlands: Herengracht, Singel, and Prinzenhraht Kayzerskhraht. Perpendicular channels are the famous nine streets..
If you like an active nightlife, you should definitely pay a visit to the Leidseplein. There are many bars, restaurants, clubs and discos. In some of them you can enjoy the live music.
Very interesting Amsterdam “flea” market place on Waterlooplein. It was well known to tourists, who are willing to explore the bazaars interesting gizmos. Located near the Portuguese Synagogue, which is famous for its interior.
Amsterdam – one of the most easy to move on a bicycle cities in Europe. No bikeways you can find only in the oldest parts of the city. Office rental of two-wheeled motor vehicles – dozens, the prices are quite reasonable, and you can rent a bicycle to go to a nearby suburb to spend time close to nature.
Lovers of beer can not pass mill Brouwerij Het Ij, where great meals and drinks are sold. This is a very beautiful place, so you get a lot of fun sitting on the bridge with a beer and staring at the streets and the people.