Tours & Tickets
Amsterdam is a beautiful city carved by numerous canals and waterways. The "Venice of the North" is a "Kingdom of Museums" full of European art. It is also vibrant city perfectly combining spicy temptations with ultra-sweet freedom. Amsterdam is famous throughout the world for its openness and culture. No matter how strangely wild and alternative something is, it can probably be found here, art or otherwise. The famous legal red light district can answer all the questions you may have had about the place. Taking a sightseeing tour of Amsterdam by boat is a unique and charming experience. However, strolling through the streets of the city, the narrow buildings and windows tell the story of a thousand years of history.
Located in the heart of Amsterdam, Dam Square is known as the “navel” and is a landmark in Amsterdam. There are a variety of cafes, restaurants and bars on Dam Square. The majestic buildings around Dam Square are also worth a visit. The imposing blue-top building on the west side of the square is the Royal Palace of Amsterdam. It is now used as a venue for the reception of the royal family and the new king's succession ceremony. The steeple Gothic church adjacent to the Royal Palace is a new church, which usually hosts organ concerts and exhibitions. To the south of the square is the famous Madame Tussauds, from which the huge round glass overlooks the entire Dam Square.
The Royal Palace of Amsterdam is one of the four royal palaces in the Netherlands. It was originally a town hall and court. As the political and economic center of the city, it is also an important part of the square and the artist's favorite theme. The highlights here are its architecture and the magnificent decoration in the palace. All places in the citizen's hall are covered with marble. The more eye-catching is the impressive map of the giant hemispheres drawn on the marble floor.
The Red Light District in Amsterdam's Old Town is perhaps the most famous Red Light District in the world. This place is known for its "tolerant" atmosphere. Come and enjoy fun that you won't get anywhere else! Visitors' curiosity about this place has made it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Amsterdam. Of course, the best time to visit the red-light district is at night. Things really ramp up at nighttime. Visitors can look through the large glass windows to see women in sexy outfits, or browse the shops selling "alternative" goods.