Dam Square: This dam was made for it to be impossible for the Zuiderzee Sea to come gushing into the City. It is known as being Amsterdam’s largest square and has been around since the 13th century after the Amstel River saw the addition of a dam. Visitors will find various shops; food stands and popular restaurants.
Van Gogh Museum: The biggest collection of artwork by Vincent Van Gogh in the world is housed at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. It is ideally situated in Museum Square, and is one of the most famous art museums to visit in the world. Every Amsterdam tourist must visit this attraction.
Koninklijk Paleis: This is a palace served as Amsterdam’s town hall and today it assists as a source of education on popular painters for tourists and locals. Also, the visit to Koninklijk Paleis is NOT 100% complete without a taste of the local foods.
Vondelpark: Vondelpark is Amsterdam’s largest city park and the Netherlands most popular park. Around 10 million individuals visit Vondelpark on a yearly basis, some people come to the park to rest while others come the park to enjoy one of its many free concerts.