Amsterdam in Two Days

A lovely tour of Amsterdam's top attractions.
1 Day 2 Day

Day 1: Amsterdam in Two Days

Northern Market

A great place to visit if you want to shop for some groceries. Every Saturday there are farmer’s markets where you can get the best quality…

Orgel in Amsterdam,… @ Hans-Jörg Gemeinholzer

Westerkerk

The Western Church is a Renaissance Protestant church in Amsterdam. Its construction started in 1620 and it was finished in 1631.

Pancakes Amsterdam

A small shop in Amsterdam which sells all kinds and flavors of pancakes, a dish that originated in Netherlands and has become one of the…

Amsterdam Museum

Established in 1926 and relocated to its current location in 1975 – a 16th-century house that used to serve as a city orphanage.

Royal Palace of Amsterdam

The classicist palace located on the Dam Square began its life in 17th century as a city hall.

Dam Square

The central square of Amsterdam got its name from its original purpose. Before there was a square, there was a real dam on the Amstel river.

In de Wildeman

If you are a fan of beer, this place is a must visit. It is located in a building that dates back to the 17th century and used to be a…

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Day 2: Amsterdam in Two Days

Vondelpark

A great place to visit if you wish to get some rest in nature during a (sometimes rather hectic) day of sightseeing.

Van Gogh Museum

If you want to see the largest collection of Van Gogh’s paintings, then you must visit this museum.

I amsterdam @ Martin Kucera

I Amsterdam Letters

An interesting monument which quickly became a popular sight of the city, even though it has been installed only in 2005.

Begijnhof

The only inner court in Amsterdam with origins dating back to the Middle Ages.

Flower Market

The only floating flower market in the world, located on the Singel canal, supplies flowers to the whole centre of Amsterdam.

Skinny Bridge

This bascule bridge crosses the river Amstel and its origins go back to the 17th century.

Old Church @ Sygic Traveler

Old Church

One of the oldest buildings in Amsterdam (built in 1306), located in the famous Red Light District.

Red Light District

The biggest and oldest of Amsterdam red light areas is not known only for prostitution.

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