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...the Anne Frank House, the Royal Palace, Dam Square, the Rembrandt House Museum and the notorious Red Light District.Numb...
...oldest coffeeshops on Dam Square. Take an optional walk through the Red Light District and discover how to roll a joint.
...ever have found on your own. Pedal past Dam Square and the Red Light District, where historical buildings such as the Ou...
... House, the Dutch East Indies HQ, Dam Square, and more. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage Canal Belt, and the Begijnhof.
...the lively atmosphere of Nieuwmarkt and Dam Square, then weave through the crowds in the racy Red Light District. Enjoy ...
2.5 - 3.5 hours
...nd pass Amsterdam attractions including Dam Square, the Red Light district, Anne Frank House, Royal Palace and Rembrandt...
... experience the Canal Belt. This 3-hour tour is adapted to suit your pace. See sights such as Dam Square and Vondelpark.
...ike the Jordaan, the Museum square, the Dam square, The Waag, The Rijksmuseum, the Amstel River with the Skinny Bridge, ...
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...pher as they clue you in on the city and how to take the best photos as you snap the likes of Dam Square and Vondelpark.
2h30 (Day 1); 5h45 (Day 2)
...uresque canals and top attractions like Dam Square, the Red Light District, Anne Frank House and the Royal Palace of Ams...
...ights such as Dam Square, the canals of Amsterdam, Anne Frank House, Rembrandtplein, Red Light District and a lot more!
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...anals and landmarks to the monuments of Dam Square. In addition, with your timed-access ticket, you’ll explore the Van G...
...autiful, historical Dutch city as you pass iconic places like Dam Square, Haarlemmerstraat, Westerkerk, and Westerpark.
2 hours 30 minutes
... historical landmarks. Visit spots like Dam Square, artists squats, Prinsengracht, leaning houses, and the medieval city...
... highlights, such as the Museum square, Dam square, the flower market and the world famous UNESCO Amsterdam canals. Enjo...
Lindbergh Tours offer a variety of excursions in Amsterdam, throughout rural Holland, and to major c...
Offered by 365 Tickets
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...ch was formerly the city hall. Explore Dam Square, where it all started some 750 years ago, with a dam in the Amstel Ri...
Dam Square is an important plaza and major tourist hub in the heart of Amsterdam, located on the site of the original 13th century Amstel dam.
Dam Square is an important plaza and major tourist hub in the heart of Amsterdam, located on the site of the original 13th century Amstel dam. The city developed around it, with several historical buildings surrounding it.
The square is bordered on the west by the Royal Palace, which served as the city hall from 1655 to 1808, and then as a royal residence. Next to it is the 15th century Gothic Nieuwe Kerk (New Church), which is used for Dutch royal investiture ceremonies and exhibitions. The south side of the square has the Peek & Cloppenburg building with the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. You can also find the Koninklijke Industrieele Groote Club and Gassan jewelry store here. The east side of the square has the National Monument, a 22-metre tall white stone obelisk erected in 1956 to commemorate the victims of World War II. It is bordered by the NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky. To the north of the square is the upscale department store De Bijenkorf, along with various luxury retail outlets.
The Damrak avenue which leads northwards from the Dam Square to Amsterdam Centraal is lined with various attractions such as BODY WORLDS – Amsterdam, Sherlocked - Mystery Experiences, and Beurs van Berlage, the old Stock Exchange building which is now used for concerts and exhibitions.
Dam, 1012 Amsterdam, Netherlands
The Amsterdam Dungeon is a horror tour through several dark chambers with live actors
The Amsterdam Pipe Museum, previously Pijpenkabinet, has a unique collection of more than 31,000 smoking pipes and related paraphernalia for tobacco consumption, fashioned out of different materials from different geographies across 5 continents, and time periods from 500 BC to present day
Amsterdam RAI is an exhibition and convention centre
A popular fixture in Amsterdam’s cultural scene, Boom Chicago is an improvisational comedy troupe that performs at the Rozentheater
De Poezenboot - The Cat Boat is a one-of-a-kind floating sanctuary on the Singel for stray and abandoned cats
The Electric Ladyland Fluorescent Art Museum is another of Amsterdam’s one-of-its-kind museums
Keizersgracht, the Emperor's Canal, is the widest of the 3 major canals in the city centre of Amsterdam and part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Seventeenth-Century Canal Ring Area of Amsterdam inside the Singelgracht, recognized for illustrating expertise in hydraulics, civil engineering, town planning, construction and architectural knowhow
The Royal Theatre Carre hosts musicals, cabaret performances and pop concerts