Did you know that there are more Bicycles than the total population of Amsterdam. Huge bicycle parking areas are too common here. Try to visit Bloemen Market, it's flower floating market and if possible try to Visit Githeroon too, it's only 2.5 hours away. Githeroon is always known as city of no roads. Mostly accessible through boats only. I had only 24 hours in Amsterdam so I missed it. After dinner we visited Ice Bakery for their amazing Nutella Crepe and then started exploring Amsterdam in the night. We visited the Red light district as it was recommended as a Major tourist attraction. Its was a very strange and awkward experience for me as this place was filled with drunk sneaky young crowd negotiating with women in glass cabins. I wasn't very comfortable so I walked out, sat near Dam Square and started thinking about this sad reflection of such a great city :( I read somewhere few years ago that Dutch people are very conservative and sensitive towards their culture and values specially what they are imparting to their young generation. In 2013 Unicef report, Dutch children rated as the 'happiest children in the world. So how these locals are maintaining that specially with world famous streets like these. Locals must do something to save real glory of Amsterdam from disappearing in lights which is of colour Red. You can visit Anne Frank House,Van Gogh Museum, Parks, Nightclubs during your stay here.