2. Soak up some Culture in Museumplein
Amsterdam boasts of art as the dutch gave the world the most famous painters like Rembrandt & Van Gogh. Even if you are not a museum person, going to atleast one or two museums in Amsterdam wouldn’t be a bad option. Some of the known one’s are Rijkmuseum, Van gogh and the Anne Frank house & the Maritime Museum.
Anne frank house is actually the place where Anne & her family were hiding during the II World war escaping the Nazi’s.
Tickets – Check out – https://www.museumkaart.nl/
Did you know – That there is also a Diamond museum, Bags Museum & the museum of prostitution in Amsterdam?
3. Visit the Windmills & Tulip Garden ????
Check out the amazingly beautiful colors of Tulips during spring (March 23 to May15) & beautifully preserved historical windmills in the countryside of the Netherlands. The Kuekenhof garden is one of the largest tulips garden in the world and the windmills are astounding to the eye, very well maintained and historical in nature.
Tickets – 77 Euros http://tickets.holland.com/activity/329-excursion-keukenhof-zaanse-schans-lookout.html
Did you know -Keukenhof is the largest flower garden on earth, with approximately seven million bulbs with a total of 800 varieties of tulips?