There are 3 main transport authorities: GVB operates buses, subways, ferries and streetcars. GVB is limited to transport within the city of Amsterdam, i.e. it does not provide transport to Schiphol airport, which is technically in another city. There is also Connexxion, which operates intercity bus routes, some of which
Amsterdam has 160 canals, stretching over 75 km. Why are there so many canals in the city? They were created for the convenience of merchants who wanted to transport goods quickly and efficiently to their homes. Amsterdam’s canals are deep enough (3m) and wide enough to allow all kinds of
The Moco Museum is located at MuseumPlein, the “museum square” of the Dutch capital. Located in the historic Villa Alseberg on Museumplein in the center of the Dutch capital, it looks like a fairy tale tower and nothing predisposes you to its extremely contemporary content and unparalleled collection of works.
In the mid-17th century, the Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis), which dominates the city skyline. It was originally built as a town hall for the judges of Amsterdam. Originally a town hall, it was transformed into a royal palace 150 years later by Louis Napoleon, the brother of Emperor Napoleon, during