Attractions

 

Amsterdam Canals Tour

 

The best recommended way to see Amsterdam from the water, canals tour can be accommodated with lunch, dinner or pizza and sandwich. Mostly the tour takes 2-3 hours but this is the best way to do city sightseeing, please contact tour desks located in many spots in the city centre.

 

 

Amsterdam Squares

 

There are many squares in the centre which represent similar characteristics, every square linked to public transportation or tram, every tram lines travel to Amsterdam central station, you can also walk from one square to another squares and you can experience the vibrant city by visiting these squares, The square in Dutch called “Plein”, you can see the name of the famous squares here

 

Dam square

This is the only square in Dutch called “The DAM” not plein, located in the centre of Amsterdam 400 meters from central station. This square is the centre of almost everything, street artists, Amsterdam royal palace and also restaurants, shopping and bars, on the opposite side of the square is the monument for World War Two recognition, The monument is the sign of remembrance of dead, every year on 4th May, the memorial ceremony takes place.

Rembrandtplein

This square you can walk 10-15 minutes distance from Dam square, surrounding by bars, restaurants, pubs, clubs, one of the most popular entertainment area of Amsterdam, the square also has Rembrandt (Dutch famous artist) statue in the middle. You can also walk around this square during the day as it has many outdoors café, in the nighttime this square is totally turned to be nightlife entertainment.

Leidseplein

Real Hot Spot of Amsterdam! The great spot for many entertainment purposes, discos, theatre, casino, and famous Amsterdam iconic clubs, hundreds of restaurants and bars.

Museumplein

Museumplein, this name comes from many museums located on this square. The Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum and Coster Diamonds are all located here.  The museum is also closed to Amsterdam concert hall where famous artists from around the world perform almost every night, the music performed in the hall is ranged from classical to contemporary. The square has beautiful play ground and it is considered as recreational outdoor area for both locals and tourists, as it has big field, the square is used for many events, and concerts.

Waterlooplein

Located behind the Stopera, a combination of the opera house and city hall of Amsterdam, Waterlooplein has a flea market where you can find foods, clothes, art works and anything. The market opens everyday except Sundays and national holidays.

Heinekenplein, The Pijp and Albert Cuyp market

Heinekenplein is the square located behind Heineken experience, the lively place to mingle with your friends and locals, the area has many interesting restaurants and café, the Heinekenplein is the place that is more connected to local Dutch community comparing to all squares mentioned above, this square is also connected to the hippies-artistic area of Amsterdam called the Pijp. The Pijp is the south part of Amsterdam and has the vivid way of life, many chic restaurants and bars on Ferdinand Bolstraat, and in the day time you can also enjoy shopping local foods, clothes and souvenirs with effordable price in Albert Cuyp market, located only 200 meters from the square. Albert Cuyp market opens daily except Sunday and national holidays.