Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Mention Holland and most people think of tulips, windmills, and wooden shoes. In reality, Amsterdam has been a vital European cultural center since the Middle Ages.

The Dutch boast that God may have made the world, but they made the Netherlands. Dams, sea gates, and the 19-mile dyke walling out the Zuider Zee have allowed the Dutch to reclaim their low-lying country from the North Sea. The marsh that originally surrounded Amsterdam steadily disappeared beneath the expanding city. Vibrant, fascinating and always alive, Amsterdam is imbued with the quality the Dutch call "gezelligheid." Explore the city's 700-year-old streets and marvel at its stepped-gable houses. Cruise down its bustling canals and browse the colorful flower markets. Did we mention that you can shop for everything from cheese and chocolates to diamonds and Delftware?

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  • Canal Cruise Canal Cruise

    The picture-perfect canals showcase the city's most elegant mansions, churches, and warehouses from Holland's Golden Age. Sit back and relax as you glide through the center of this beautiful city.

  • Van Gogh Museum Van Gogh Museum

    Showcasing the works of the great 19th-century Dutch post-impressionist painter, peruse galleries of his artwork and personal documents and gain fascinating insight into the master's life and work.

  • Royal Palace Royal Palace

    Dominating Dam Square, the opulent Royal Palace has served a number of purposes since the mid-17th century. Built as the Town Hall, it is currently at the King's disposal for lavish ceremonies.

  • Anne Frank's House Anne Frank's House

    Situated in the center of the city, explore the hiding place where Anne Frank wrote her famous diary during World War II. Visitors describe the visit to the home and museum as a moving experience.

  • Flower Market Flower Market

    Holland is famous for its breathtaking flowers, especially tulips. Stroll down this block-long flower market, the Bloemenmarkt, and take in the spectacular colors and fragrances of exotic blooms.

  • Delft Delft

    Visit the charming city home to Royal Delft pottery and the birthplace of painter Johannes Vermeer. Enjoy a walking tour in this historic area well known for its ties with the Dutch Royal Family.

  • Oude Kerk Oude Kerk

    Dating back to the 14th century, the oldest church in Amsterdam is the center of cultural activity and an architectural landmark. Note the Gothic bell tower, colorful stained glass and dramatic organ.

  • Rembrandt House Museum Rembrandt House Museum

    Built in 1606, the artist's home and an adjacent modern annex serve as a living museum, recreating his life, his living quarters, and his workshop. Admire stylistic paintings, prints and sculptures.


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