The smallest house in Amsterdam is located at Oude Hoogstraat 22 in the old city center of Amsterdam, next to the Oost-Indisch Huis and the gate to the Walloon Church. The house, by some called the “Smallest house of Europe”, is 2.02 meters (6 feet 8 inches) wide and 5 meters (16 feet 5 inches)
STEDELIJK MUSEUM AMSTERDAM-The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam is the most important museum of modern and contemporary art and design in the Netherlands and therefore a must see. It offers top works of art from the greatest artists in the world, including a lot of work from Dutch 20th Century artists. In addition to the highlights,
Rembrandt is Holland’s most successful artist. This house is where he lived, between 1639 and 1658. The Amsterdam Rembrandt House Museum showcases Rembrandt’s rooms and his workshop. The furniture and objects from the epoch are carefully presented. A collection of almost all Rembrandt’s prints (more than 250), his possible tools and the graphic techniques he
Amsterdam has more than 150
canals and 1,250 bridges, but it never
seems crowded, nor bent and bitter from
fleecing the tourist.
Theres no faster way to visit the Van Gogh Museum. This exciting new ticket gives you instant access to hundreds of paintings, drawings, and letters by the Dutch master himself. Gain immediate entry via the fast blue lane at a time that suits you. Discover the worlds largest collection of works by Vincent Van Gogh at
Anne Frank was a Jewish girl hiding in a secret home in Amsterdam during the Second World War, to escape the Nazis. Of the eight people who hid in this house, only Anne’s father survived. After Anne’s death, she became famous for the dairy she wrote while hiding from the nazis.
The Hop on, Hop off canal cruise Canal Bus is an enjoyable and relaxed way of getting around the canals and goes along all Amsterdam’s top sights. Like many historic buildings, from the imposing Westerkerk to the city’s narrowest house. Canal Bus boats cruise along the most famous canals bringing you to Amsterdam’s major museums, such
At this museum you won’t just learn about the history of the most famous brand of beer on the planet, but you’ll be able to experience it. Walking through the four floors of the former Heineken brewery, you’ll be able to see, hear, touch, smell and, of course, taste beer. You’ll even find out what it feels
Dam square was created in the 13th century when a dam was built around the river Amstel to prevent the sea from swarming the city. On Dam square nowadays you can find food stalls, restaurants, shops and shopping centres including the trendy Bijenkorf, Magna Plaza, Bonneterie and the Amsterdam Diamond centre.