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  • Anne Frank House

    This is the actual house where Anne Frank lived in hiding with her family for more than two years during World War II.
    Lines can be extremely long: if possible, choose a less popular time to visit and book tickets in advance on http://www.annefrank.org/en/Museum/Practical-information/Online-ticket-sales/

    Adults: euro 9,- Free admission with Dutch Museum Card
    Prinsengracht 263-267


    Tourist trap for beer lovers.
    With many small local breweries around, we would say there are probably nicer experiences in this field.
    check the tasting tag
    Stadhouderskade 78 Trams 7, 10 and 24 stop right around the corner


    09:00 -17:00
    A must see. If possible, go on Monday morning 9 AM, to have some space.
    Book tickets online for fast entrance : https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/tickets
    Adults: € 17.50
    Youth aged 18 and under, Museumkaart holders : free admission
    Museumstraat 1

    Albert Cuyp Market

    mo-sa 10:00-16:00
    streetmarket with vegetables, cheese, fish, flowers, cloths, bags etc.
    A good place for bargains and good quality fresh food.
    Around the market is a nice buzz with bars, small restaurants etc. Great for lunch and evenings out.
    With bad weather, the market may be sort of closed
    Albert Cuypstraat

    Van Gogh Museum

    Open Daily: 9 am to 5 pm, Fridays until 10 pm
    Book ticker online!
    Adults € 17, Museumkaart holders: free

    Museumplein 6

    Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge)

    Especially enchanting at night

    Hermitage Amsterdam

    Passenger Terminal Amsterdam

    21 minutes walking

    Dam Sqare, Royal Palace

    Maritime History Museum

    NEMO Science Museum

    tram 3, to museums

    Tram 4, to centre & station RAI (airport)

    Train station Amsterdam Centraal

    Train station Amstel

    Train station RAI (10 minutes to airport)