Weekend in Amsterdam - The Greatest Hits

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Amsterdam has a lot of things to see and do, but because it's a small city geographically, it's very easy to do most of the main sights in one weekend. From museums to restaurants, you're always walking distance from some of the most exciting places in Europe.

Author: AnnaInAmsterdam


NEMO Science Center

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Oosterdok 2
Off Prins Hendrikkade, over the south entrance to the IJ Tunnel
1011 VX Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Phone:

+31 20 531 32 33


Day 1 - Amsterdam


Two of Amsterdam's most famous museums are located right next to each other in Museumplein, so start your day at the Rijksmuseum and then head over next door to the Van Gogh Museum. After all that art and culture you'll probably be hungry, so head over to Albert Cuypmarkt, the city's largest outdoor market, and stop for lunch at Bazar. The restaurant is located in an old church, making it a unique dining experience. When you're ready for a drink, head over to another interesting museum, the Heineken Brouwerij. The old brewery now houses a museum as well as a few bars where you can have a few pints before hitting the night away in Leidseplein. If you're not afraid to party all night long before day two of sightseeing, go to Paradiso; another church converted into social venue.


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Rijksmuseum De Meesterwerken

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Jan Luijkenstraat 1B
Philips Wing, at Museumplein
1071 CJ Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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020/647-7047


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Van Gogh Museum

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Location:

Paulus Potterstraat 7
At Museumplein
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Phone:

+31 20 570 52 00


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Albert Cuypmarkt

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Albert Cuypstraat
1072 Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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+31 20 678 1678 / +31 0900-8844 / +31 20 252 4000


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Bazar

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Albert Cuypstraat 182
1073 BL Amsterdam, Netherlands

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31 20 675 0544


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Heineken Experience

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Location:

Stadhouderskade 78
At Ferdinand Bolstraat
1072 AE Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Phone:

+ 31 20 523 9222


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Leidseplein

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Leidseplein
1017 Amsterdam, Netherlands


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Paradiso Amsterdam

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Weteringschans 6-8
Near Leidseplein
1017 SG Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Phone:

+31 20 626 45 21


Day 2 - Amsterdam


A visit to Rembrandthuis gives you a look at life in the Golden Age of Amsterdam, while showcasing an impressive collection of the artist's work. Rembrandt's house is just minutes away from the famous Bloemenmarkt, which happens to be on the way to Dam Square and the Royal Palace. In half a day you were able to see the most important sights at the heart of the city. The Anne Frank Huis is to the west of the city center, and is better visited in the late afternoon when the queues aren't too long. Down the canal is the Pancake Bakery, a great place to try Dutch pancakes. For your last night in Amsterdam, head into the Red Light District and explore the city's most famous neighborhood; it's perfectly safe at night.


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Rembrandt House Museum

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Location:

Jodenbreestraat 4
At Waterlooplein
1011 NK Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Phone:

+31 20 520 0400


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Bloemenmarkt

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Location:

Singel
1017 AZ Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Phone:

+31 20 625 8282


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Dam

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Dam
Amsterdam, Netherlands


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Anne Frankhuis

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Location:

Prinsengracht 263
At Westermarkt
1000 AS Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Phone:

020/556-7105


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Pancake Bakery (The)

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Location:

Prinsengracht 191
1015 DS Amsterdam, Netherlands

Phone:

31 20 625 1333


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Red Light District

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Between the Dam and Nieuwmarkt
1012 LH Amsterdam, Netherlands

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+31 20 551 2512 / +31 20 201 8800


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