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Looking for inspiration on what to do and see in Amsterdam? Look no further! Amsterdam is world-famous for its canals and from the water you get an unparalleled view of this charming city. Discover Amsterdam from the Hop-On Hop-Off Canal Buses or, how about a romantic Candlelight Cruise or a Dinner Cruise? Amsterdam also houses some of the most incredible museums like The Van Gogh Museum and the Rijksmuseum you don't want to miss. And if you come in spring you definitely don't want to miss the amazing Keukenhof gardens.
Van Gogh Museumat Van Gogh Museum, tue, 19 nov 2019 - wed, 18 nov 2020
The Van Gogh Museum contains the largest collection of paintings by Vincent van Gogh in the world and it is truly a unique experience. The world-famous museum is an absolute must see when visiting Amsterdam. See Van Gogh's most famous series of paintings such as Sunflowers. If you select it, you can learn even more about him through a multimedia guide.
2-in-1: Van Gogh Museum & Canal Cruiseat Van Gogh Museum, tue, 19 nov 2019 - tue, 31 dec 2019
Get the best of Amsterdam combined in one ticket. With this 2-in-1 experience you visit the Van Gogh Museum and go on a canal cruise through Amsterdam. You also listen to an audio guide on the cruise - this way you see and learn about the best sides of the city!
Candlelight Cruiseat Candlelight Cruise, th, 21 nov 2019 - wed, 27 nov 2019
Buy your tickets to Candlelight Cruise and see Amsterdam's from it's most romantic side. Sit back and enjoy this cozy cruise. Book tickets to Candlelight Cruise here!
Red Light District Walking Tourat Red Light District Walking Tour, fri, 22 nov 2019 - wed, 18 mar 2020
You can't visit Amsterdam without experiencing the city's infamous Red Light District. On this guided tour to the Red Light District of Amsterdam your guide will share the history of why the widely practiced profession became so popular in the region. Book your tour here!