Cycling is key to the city’s character, and there are numerous bike paths.
The biggest church in Amsterdam and the most important Protestant church in the city, while its bell tower remains until today the pride of Amsterdam, regarded by many, as the city symbol.
Houses the Van Gogh Museum, works by Rembrandt and Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum
Modern brewery next to a windmill producing organic blonde & dark beers.
The triumphal checkpoint of countless visitors to Amsterdam and an ideal first stop punctuated by local attractions like the National Monument, the Royal Palace, the fifteenth-century "New Church," and De Bijenkorf for shopping.
Amsterdam’s oldest building and youngest art institutes.
Also known as De Wallen, this district is the oldest neighborhood in the city and is famous for the line of windows and doors surrounded in red lights – red lights that signify legal prostitution.
An award winning roof-top lounge bar overlooking the city's unique metropolis.