• Amsterdam Museum,
• Amsterdam Tulip Museum
• Anne Frank House
• Diamond Museum Amsterdam
• Heineken Experience
• Hermitage Amsterdam
• Joods Historisch Museum
• Madame Tussauds
• Nederlands Scheepvaartmuseum, museum about shipping
• Royal Palace of Amsterdam
• Rembrandt House Museum
• Stedelijk Museum
• Van Gogh Museum
A very well known and most crowded shopping area is Nieuwedijk-Kalverstraat, about 1 km long full of shops. Both streets are basically dedicated to clothing, sportswear, music, perfume and gift shops, fast food restaurant and ice cream salon.
P.C. Hooftstraat shopping street (Pieter Cornelisz Hooftstraat) is famous for luxury shopping in Amsterdam. On this road you will find the haute couture boutiques: Cartier, Gucci, Edgar Vos, Tommy Hilfiger and the very impressive Oger shop are all located here.
There’s more mainstream shopping also at the Leidsestraat. Shops are ranging from shoes, fashion and clothing, books, sunglasses and many more. It is a perfect spot for Sunday shopping. All the shops are open until 18:00.
De 9 Straatjes (The 9 Streets) – The trendiest shopping area of Amsterdam is located within nine little streets of the Old Town. The streets are full of small fashion shops, nice restaurants, coffee bars, bookshops, interior decoration stores and hairdressers. The Nine Small Streets is the area where locals go to shop, get beautiful, eat and drink.
Amsterdam has several ancient iconic churches which reflects Amsterdam’s fascinating religious heritage. Most of these churches are over 500 years old and were built either before or during the Reformation. Here is a selection of a few churches that are worth a visit!
• Oude Kerk
• Nieuwe Kerk
• Noorder Kerk
• The English Reformed Church
Rembrandtplein is lined with pubs, restaurants and cafes and it’s a popular centre for quality night clubs. Around the borders of the square there are traditional Dutch pubs which play real Dutch music, the chic and classy Club Rain and Escape, both of which are great choices to dance the night away and show of your latest designer fashions. More casual clubbers might find Studio 80 and its dedicated genre music nights of interest, while the cheap and cheerful Club Smokey across the square plays the hits.
The Leidseplein or Leidse-square is one of Amsterdam’s most popular centres for nightlife and shopping. Much of Amsterdam’s nightlife centres around Leidseplein and the streets nearby. Famous music venues such as Melkwegand Paradiso can be found here, while Irish pubs, brown cafés and smaller nightclubs line the square and the streets radiating off it. Sugar Factory sitting directly opposite Melkweg, offers a more youthful and energetic take on the jazz scene.
Besides city sightseeing and canal tour, a visit to Amsterdam would be incomplete without seeing the lovely Dutch countryside. Travel through Holland’s beautiful countryside and discover tulip-filled meadows, historical windmills, traditional Dutch village and traditional cheese factories. Visit villages close to Amsterdam where you can enjoy the demonstration of the traditional art of making wooden shoes and famous Gouda cheese.
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