Things to do in Amsterdam
After the action packed conference why not take some time to enjoy the sights of Amsterdam. As Netherlands’ capital; Amsterdam is overflowing with culture, artistic heritage and legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age.
One of the main attractions is the 400-year old waterways – the connecting canals and streets used to be home to workers and artisans and are now home to a number of charming cafe’s and shops. Even better you can take a canal cruise and see the city from a completely different angle.
You can spend the afternoon walking through majestic Rijksmuseum – focusing on history and art from the Middle Ages to the present day it is a very impressive collection. The portfolio includes many masterpieces including ‘The Night Watch’ by Rembrandt and ‘The Milk Maid’ by Vermeer.
Vondelpark offers a quiet escape in the middle of the city.
The Van Gogh Museum consists of the largest collection of works from Vincent van Gogh and is well worth a visit. Not only can you see his work but you can discover what inspired hiss artwork through the exposition about his life.
One of the most famous attractions is Anne Frank’s House – after WWII and the discovery of her diary the house was turned into a museum and is a memorable experience.
Along with museums Amsterdam is renowned for its nightlife and has a vibrant bar scene. There are also numerous markets you can visit.
It is a magical city and should be explored!