Amsterdam has a broad spectrum of recreational and cultural sights, but with over 50 museums, they are the main tourist attraction. Museums such as the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, and Stedelijk Museum attract millions of tourist each year. The Anne Frank House is one of the most moving experiences a traveler can have.
There are countless other ways to see Amsterdam. Biking, boating, busing, or walking, as well as sailing or a windmill excursion will suit every taste. Amsterdam is also a biker’s city, although the streets can get a little chaotic. The latest estimates conclude that there are more bikes in Amsterdam than permanent residents!
A tour or excursion is also a great way to discover Amsterdam and gives you the chance to see and experience a side of it that you might never see. For example, a canal cruise is an absolute must for every first-time visitor. Or travel outside the city and experience the typically Dutch landscape of windmills, dikes, and manicured green pastures. Stroll through quaint fishing villages, take a boat tour along the scenic waterways, or cycle along the dunes.
Check out the significance of the color Orange, the designated color for celebrating and uniting the nation!