| The magic of the city of Amsterdam combines with its extensive canals and numerous bridges with its original 16th and 17th century architecture brought together in a small area. The work of famous artists such as Rembrandt and Van Gogh can be seen in Amsterdam’s Museums. The Museums are important to visit and you can start by seeing the treasures of the Rijksmuseum, meet the brilliant Vincent in the Van Gogh Museum, and then go on to the Stedelijk Museum with works by Cézanne, Monet, Picasso, Changall and others equally important.
Catch a tram to Anne Frank’s house, where she wrote her diary, in Dutch. The house is next to the Westerkerk Museum. In the Jewish quarter we can see Rembrandt’s house and study, where his family life took place and his art was produced, and it is also the place where he trained his pupils. Paintings and drawings are on display and it is open to the public.
Tourists visiting Amsterdam appreciate that water abounds in the city, with hundreds of canals and bridges that connect the islands that make up the city. You can cruise on the canals to enjoy a new perspective of the city from the typical launches.
What you must not miss:
• Rijksmuseum (National Museum)
• Van Gogh Museum
• Rembrandt’s house
• Oude Kerk (Old Church) and Niuwe Kerk (New Church)
• The Red District
• Coffee shops