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4 things that you should visit if you get in Amsterdam

City Break Holiday, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Canal intersection

Amsterdam is a multicultural city with a mixed population and people known for their tolerance and open attitude towards life.

Beyond this, Amsterdam is a city where you have no chance to get bored. Here are some activities that you should not miss them if you get the most famous city of the Netherlands.

1. Canal Cruise

A simple walk along one of Amsterdam's canals will help you find many attractions within a short period of time. Thus, you have the chance to see buildings built in the 17th century, the city's historical monuments and boats turned into houses while pedaling a pedal boat or a boat ride you discovered.


2. Visit to Red Light District

Surely you've heard countless stories about the Red Light District of Amsterdam and it would be a unique experience for anyone to walk through the famous.

Red Light District is located downtown and outside of prostitutes that you will see in the windows of the houses, you will find a series of sex-shops, entertainment for adults and a museum dedicated to sex. It is intended for persons over 16 years and cost 4 euro entry.

3. Anne Frank House

Built in 1635, Anne Frank museum is one of the tourist spots which annually attract a large number of tourists.

Anne Frank is one of the victims of the Nazis during the Second World War. During the persecution, Anne Frank went into hiding in Prinsengracht building from where kept a diary in which he described everyday life you lived and the actions they see the shadow.

Journal became a historical document, and in 1947 it was published in over 55 languages.


4. Rijksmuseum

The Rijksmuseum will discover the most beautiful collections of Dutch art. Here are exhibited works of famous Dutch painters such as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Frans Hals, and silver objects, Delft pottery and various artifacts.