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Amsterdam - A capital with the charm of a village
With its canals, many museums and coffee shops, Amsterdam is a unique city trip experience. With the Rijksmuseum and the Anne Frank House, the Dutch capital has two absolute must sees, but is also a good base for those who want to explore the beautiful region.
Trains to Amsterdam
Amsterdam Central is located in the center of the city within walking distance of Dam Square. Not only is it close to numerous sights, the building itself is a beautiful piece of architecture.
Train connections with Paris
Amsterdam has a direct connection with Paris. This is carried out by Thalys and has a travel time of 3 hours and 15 minutes. Rotterdam, Antwerp and Brussels, other popular cities for tourists, are on the same line. Prior reservation is required for the Thalys.
Train connections with London
Starting end of April 2020, London will get a direct train connection with Amsterdam in about 4 hours.
Train connections with The Hague
Amsterdam has good connections with numerous Dutch major cities including The Hague. This has a travel time of 45 minutes.
The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and also has the most extensive art collection in the country. During your visit to the Rijksmuseum you will come across works by the greatest artists in the Netherlands, including Rembrandt van Rijn and Johannes Vermeer, as well as large works by other famous artists. For example, there is a separate wing dedicated to Asian art.
Anne Frank museum
Before the Second World War, the Frank family fled to the Netherlands to avoid the Jewish persecution in Germany. Once in the Netherlands, however, they could not escape it and had to hide in the back of the building where Otto Frank lived. His daughter Anne kept a diary during that period, in which she described life in the secret annexe. The house now is a museum you can visit.
Dam Square is the heart of Amsterdam and the city also owes its name to the place. On the square is the Royal Palace, the New Church and the National Monument where, among other things, the Second World War is commemorated. Visiting Amsterdam without going to Dam Square is not a good idea. Pay a visit to the Royal Palace on Dam Square, so you can admire the marble Burgzaal and works of art from the Golden Age.
When you crave rest during your visit to Amsterdam, the Vondelpark is the place to be. The Vondelpark is Amsterdam's city park and has been a national monument since 1996. In the warm summer days, many people come to work out, have a picnic, have a barbecue or relax in the sun.
Green and sustainable tips for Amsterdam
Amsterdam has been voted best cycling city on several occasions. It is therefore unnecessary to argue why you best explore the city by bike.