Visit the house where one of the greatest painters in European art, Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669) lived and created many of his masterpieces. The house has been refurnished with objects and belongings of Rembrandts time demonstrating a 17th century setting.
Hop on a canal boat outside Central Station for a relaxing cruise on Amsterdam's myriad waterways, gazing at the colourful rows of 17th-century townhouses. You are always able to hop off at major sights along the water.
Discover the hidden courtyards of Amsterdam. The Begijnhof is a quaint enclosed courtyard from the 14th century with authentic little houses.
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Check out the newest attraction recently opened in Amsterdam city center: A'DAM Lookout: A 85 meters high 360 degrees view over the city where you can use the swing to hover (secured) over the edge of the skyscraper.
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... a trip to the Anne Frank house. Experience the location where the teenager Anne and her family were hiding from prosecution for over two years and read the original diary, where this brave girl wrote down her unbelievable experiences in the sobering atmosphere of a secret annex. You'll literally walk through Dutch history in this old house which contains this impressive story.
Spend a wonderful afternoon strolling through de 9 straatjes. These are nine little picturesque shopping streets in the canal belt just a few minutes away from the Royal Palace at Dam Square.
In the former tramremise, food court The Hallen is now located where you'll find various original culinary snacks.
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