BY: HUES OF DELAHAYE
Considered the cultural hub of Amsterdam, the Museum Quarter is the city’s pinnacle of sophistication and home to three museums – the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum, and the Rijksmuseum.
I Love Amsterdam Sign Just in front of the Rijksmuseum, at the Museumplein, you can enjoy the views of the sign from your ideal perspective.
Van Gogh Museum The museum is home to many of Van Gogh’s best artworks and a biography of his life uniquely laid out in chronological order, from his earliest works to the last.
Canal Cruise The canals are an engineering marvel, and there’s really nothing like having a feel of the city from a boat.
The Anne Frank House If you have read Anne Frank’s diary, then you’ll want to see the house where she wrote her personal account of the Second World War while in hiding.
Visit Dam Square Dam Square is known for its network of canals, traditional architecture, coffee shops, and shopping centres.
The palace built initially as a city hall for Amsterdam’s magistrates, and today, it is one of the three palaces which was placed at the King’s disposal by an Act of Parliament.