anne frank amsterdam

One of the most famous sights in Amsterdam is the Anne Frank House (in Dutch, “Anne Frank Huis”). It is a museum dedicated mainly to Anne Frank, a 16-year-old German girl of Jewish origin who was a victim of the Holocaust. She is the author of the “Diary of AnneRead More →

rijksmuseum amsterdam

The Rijksmuseum, which means ‘State Museum’ in English, has been in existence for more than two hundred years and is now one of the most amazing museums in the world. During its existence, the museum has undergone many changes and today, especially after its complete renovation, it remains the must-seeRead More →

museum van gogh

The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam holds the world’s largest collection of works by the world’s most popular artist – Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890), his paintings, drawings and letters, complemented by the art of his contemporaries. Every year, 1.6 million visitors come to the Van Gogh Museum, making it oneRead More →


Although the seat of government is in The Hague, Amsterdam is the constitutional capital of the Netherlands. Amsterdam is also the country’s largest and most visited city, with more than 3.5 million foreign visitors per year. 1200-1585: The beginnings Amsterdam was founded as a fishing town around the 13th century.Read More →

red light district amsterdam

Amsterdam’s world-famous “Red Light District”, or the Dutch capital’s sultry neighborhood, is more than 800 years old and a true symbol of the city. If you are visiting Amsterdam for the first time, your curiosity must lead you there. Famous for its many red neon windows where prostitutes are offeredRead More →

B – Anne Frank’s houseC – Westerkerk Westerkerk ChurchD – Electric Ladyland – Museum of Fluorescent ArtE – VondelparkG – Van Gogh MuseumH – MuseumpleinM – Place du DamN – Madame TussaudA – The HashT – The Heineken experienceU – Red Light DistrictV – Boat trip on the Amsterdam canalXRead More →