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Visiting Amsterdam For The First Time? Don’t Miss Out On These 6 Attractions

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam is a beautiful piece of heaven as the majority of the tourists has described it as. It is more than the cycle rides and the orange theme of the place. It is often described as the Venice of the North. There is an innumerable number of canals which is nothing short of an experience in itself.

While the cannabis cafes and the red light area, as well as the day trips in Amsterdam, are often considered to be the epitome of the experience, the place is more than just that.

  1. Anne Frank House.
    It goes without saying that visiting the Anne Frank House is an absolute must for someone who is visiting the city for the first time. The house entails every last history associated with the young girl and her experience through the rough time of the Second World War. The diary that she left behind is what shaped the history of the place all the more. It contains the building where little Anne’s family stayed in hiding from the Nazis.
  2. Van Gogh Museum.
    If art entices you and it is your first time in Amsterdam, visiting the Van Gogh Museum is definitely one of the must visits. It is believed that over 1.5 million people flock into the museum every single year. That itself should provide answers with why it is one of the best picks. It is said that the tragic life, as well as the overall experience through it, is what is believed to be the primary reason behind the condition all the more. The museum has over 200 paintings, 500 drawings as well as 700 letters from Van Gogh.
  3. Vondelpark.
    Yet another one of the must-visit for the first timers in Amsterdam is to visit the Vondelpark. It is one of the most popular parks around in Amsterdam and allocates over thousands of tourists and locals every single year. It is also home to some of the most eclectic cafe and restaurants. Additionally, you will also find skate rental shops there, which is nothing short of amazing.

    Amsterdam, Netherlands

  4. Heineken Brewery.
    If you are a beer buff, this is definitely one of the best places to visit around. When you choose from these private tours in Amsterdam, you will definitely find this in them. The place seeks its history from back in 1864. The tour around the brewery is definitely one of the highlights of visiting this place altogether. Make sure to get the VIP tour around the place because that is what you need to experience. It includes tasting 5 different types of beer along with complementary from age.
  5. Royal Palace of Amsterdam.
    The Royal Palace of Amsterdam is situated in the Dam Square and is a must include places for every single first-time tourists. While this place initially was the town hall, the same is now where the Royal Official Dutch functions are held. It is open to the public all around the year and is a must visit for the first timers in Amsterdam.
  6. Zaanse Schans day trip.
    The Zaanse Schans day trip is yet another one of the beneficial experiences that you just can’t skip out on. The entire day trip consists of arrays of windmills and barns that you can walk around on the Dutch countryside. The historical villages are worth a visit while there.
    Amsterdam is full of a number of firsts for people, especially for the tourists going there for the first time. If you have been meaning to visit the place, it is always best suggested to plan everything out beforehand to avoid missing out important things.

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Sophie Ireland
Sophie is currently serving as a Senior Economist at CEOWORLD magazine's Global Unit. She started her career as a Young Professional at CEOWORLD magazine in 2010 and has since worked as an economist in three different regions, namely Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, East Asia, and the Pacific. Her research interests primarily revolve around the topics of economic growth, labor policy, migration, inequality, and demographics. In her current role, she is responsible for monitoring macroeconomic conditions and working on subjects related to macroeconomics, fiscal policy, international trade, and finance. Prior to this, she worked with multiple local and global financial institutions, gaining extensive experience in the fields of economic research and financial analysis.

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