Amsterdam has many faces; every tourist finds in it what he wants to see. Great painters lived and worked in the city; here is the famous Red Light district, flower market, coffee shops, and many other attractions.
1001guide recommends exploring the capital of the Netherlands on a sightseeing excursion with a English-speaking guide; you can visit the places that are most interesting to you.
The canals are the most famous landmark in Amsterdam; a canal cruise excursion will delight any tourist.
The flower market is one of the symbols of the city; it is in the center and attracts the guests of Amsterdam with amazing floral arrangements and scent of fresh flowers. The market is on the Singel canal embankment; greenhouses are placed right on barges.
You can see the city from a bird's eye view from the Adam Lookout observation deck; there is even a swing here you can ride on soaring above the capital.
Other interesting places to visit in Amsterdam are as follows:
- central Dam square - during a city excursion, an experienced guide will tell you about its rich history;
- Rijksmuseum - the exposition consists of masterpieces of antique sculpture, world, and Dutch paintings;
- Oude Kerk – the oldest church in the city, in the Red Light district, a venue for exhibitions of artists from different countries.