About History Tours in Amsterdam in Amsterdam
Sometimes when you've been busy exploring the city it is great to find something away from the crowd and enjoy the surroundings.
Museumplein (museum square) offers a quiet break after a busy time in the city. You can either read a book there, let the kids play around or just enjoy the view. It’s easy to find as it’s surrounded the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum and the Rijksmuseum.
The most famous flower market Bloemenmarkt (flower market) opened everyday is located along Singel Canal. The flowers are displayed on house boats and it’s quite amazing to see so many colorful bulbs, flowers, especially during spring time and summer.
Van Gogh Museum, Canals, Anne Frank House, Coffee Shops
Culture Park Westgastfabriek is the hip and happening place - a very cool local hangout area to wonder around see what culture events are going on. It was once an industrial area used for a gas works. There are plenty of things to do and see - art exhibitions, theater, cinema, live music, restaurants, cafes and bars, as well as a city park - great for the kids during the day and for anyone who enjoys culture and art.
DSM Wharf is a creative and culture hotspot to visit. It’s an amazing location where the shipbuilding industry uses to be. Now it looks like an industrial open space where they host a mix of festivals, exhibitions, events and it’s also home to creative artist. Enjoy a meal On top of that you can eat and drink at several of the cafes and restaurant while to enjoy the view. The NDSM Wharf can be reached by a short free ferry that departs behind the Central Station.
Wander around the canals and see what the City has in store.
Amsterdam is very flat. If you want a view, you have to go to a manmade place!
Beurs van Berlage Tower, Westerkerk Tower, Zuiderkerk Tower, Nemo Panorama Terrace
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