Amsterdam is the Dutch capital known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system, narrow houses with gabled facades and moreover the legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age. There are many attractions  you can visit in Amsterdam.This page gives an overview of most of her attractions.

Amsterdam’s attractions include museums, canals, parks and various kinds of activities suited for young and old both alike.   Museum District houses the Van Gogh Museum. While works by Rembrandt and Vermeer are to be seen at the Rijksmuseum, the modern art is displayed at the Stedelijk museum. Likewise, cycling is key to the city’s character. There are numerous bike paths across the city. Most of the suggested cycling paths in Amsterdam can be found here.

In the page Holidays in Amsterdam, you can view various kinds of  tours we are offering based on this beautiful city. Moreover, we also offer you the opportunity to book your own excursion yourself in Amsterdam in our page Book your own Excursions.


Artis zoo is the place to see all the flora and fauna under one roof. This oldest zoo in the Netherlands is moreover an important zoo in Europe. Artis also contains an aquarium and a planetarium.


The Amsterdam Canal Cruise takes you along The city's Most fascinating points. These include The Westerkerk Church, The Anne Frank House Museum, The Skinny Bridge and many other attractions. Most importantly, the Amsterdam canal cruise is a MUST see.


The Amsterdam Flower Market is the only floating flower market in the world. It is one of the most fragrant places of interest in all seasons. Moreover it is covered everyday with tulips, roses and other types of exotic flowers to sell.


Gassan Diamonds is an importer, exporter, cutter and polisher of diamonds which was founded in Amsterdam in 1945 by Samuel Gassan. So it would be worth a visit to these experienced craftmen if you are in Amsterdam for shopping.


The Rijksmuseum is the Dutch national museum. It is dedicated to arts and history of the country. So a part is dedicated also to the colonisation accomplishments of the Dutch. The museum is located at the Museum Square in Amsterdam. It is just 15 minutes from the central station by public transport.


This is a museum dedicated to wonderous ilustrations. Shrunken human heads & rare animal skeletons are some of the attractions in the Ripley's museum.


The Van Gogh Museum is an art museum dedicated because of the master art works of Vincent van Gogh and his contemporaries. Van Gogh was one of the leading artists in medevial Europe who lived in Holland.


The Vondelpark is a public urban park of 47 hectares in Amsterdam. It is designed and built in 1850. Today is a popular place for tourists and residents who enjoy a variety of outdoor activities. The park is ideal for biking, hiking, jogging and picnicking.