museumplein amsterdam

More than just a large expanse of grass that is a park, the Museumplein is full of culture. You’ll want to visit this area to discover the rich history of the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum and the Moco Museum. You can also do some luxury shoppingRead More →

deplacement amsterdam

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 whichRead More →

You really want to go to the Netherlands, but you don’t know when and in which month it is best to do so. How do you find the time to see everything and relax at the same time? When does the beach season start? It is clear that you shouldRead More →

musee sciences nemo

The Nemo Museum in Amsterdam (NEMO Science Centre), and this is the name of this object, is simply a must for parents who like to visit with their children upon arrival in Amsterdam. In fact, the idea of creating a NEMO museum, as it appears in its current form, cameRead More →

adam lookout tower

A 20-story building, entirely covered with glass. You’ll be on the top floor in only 22 seconds and enjoy a 360° view of the whole city of Amsterdam! At the top is perhaps the most original swing you have ever seen. A swing 100 meters high and right on theRead More →

canal amsterdam

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 ofRead More →

moco museum amsterdam

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.Read More →

royal palace amsterdam

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, duringRead More →

rembrandt house amsterdam

Not far from Amsterdam’s Chinatown and just behind the Red Light District. If you walk on the east side of Dam Square towards Waterlooplein, you will find this museum, which was the home of the famous Dutch painter Rembrandt where he lived between 1639 and 1660. A modern annex hasRead More →