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A Helpful Guide to the Most Visited Sites in Amsterdam

A Helpful Guide to the Most Visited Sites in Amsterdam

Today, we’re here to list off a few of the most visited sites in Amsterdam.

Amsterdam is one of the most interesting cities in all of Europe to visit. Amsterdam has cultural richness and plenty of historical significance, all wrapped up in a package that waits for travelers around the world to see. Whether you’re visiting for a land tour or after a cruise trip, the city is a gateway to a new life and travel experience. Not only does this city boast unforgettable attractions that make it one of the top destinations for travelers, but it has incredible activities that will not disappoint. Today, we’re here to list off a few of the most visited sites in Amsterdam. Read on to learn more!

The Anne Frank House

The Anne Frank stands as an iconic starting point, serving as a solemn reminder of the atrocities of the Holocaust of World War II and the profound impact of widespread justice. Visitors who wish to relive the emotions that make this house one of the most poignant representations of truth can explore the secret annex where Anne Frank wrote her diary or visit the rest of the home to understand her experience depicted in each of her entries. The house is located on the Prinsengracht canal, close to central Amsterdam. Because it is such a smaller space, access is limited, and tickets sell out quickly after release, so make sure to get there early!

The Van Gogh Museum

Another key site that’s worth exploring is the Van Gogh Museum, which is renowned for housing the world’s most extensive collection of Van Gogh’s works, making it a great destination for both artists and other art enthusiasts. As one of the most influential painters in history, Van Gogh’s works have changed the world, and his genius reverberates all across the halls of the museum. You can find it at the Museum Square in south Amsterdam.

The Heineken Experience

If you enjoy beer, and Heineken specifically, you don’t want to miss out on the Heineken Experience. Back in 1988, Heineken closed its first built brewery because of the inability to meet the high demand for their beer. However, they were not going to let the building go to waste. So, they turned the original brewery into an attraction where you can learn about the history of Heineken, their unique brewing process, and, of course, taste their beer. It is located very close to the Van Gogh Museum, so check it out!

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