Steps From Amsterdam's Most Famous Attractions
Anne Frank House: Explore the rooms described in Anne’s famous diary, and check out artifacts including several preserved postcards she put up on the walls of her bedroom. We highly suggest you avoid the long lines by booking your tickets in advance for this hauntingly beautiful, historic tour located just a few minutes by foot from the Pulitzer Amsterdam.
Royal Palace: Rich with symbolism that harkens back to Greek mythology and designated as a town hall still in use for Royal Events, the audio tour is a must while exploring the palace’s famous paintings and sculptures. The statue of Atlas holding up the earth is one we’ll never forget.
Van Gogh Museum: A comprehensive collection of Van Gogh’s works that puts his life in context with his art. This is the world’s largest collection of Van Gogh pieces including Sunflowers, The Bedroom, and our personal fave, Almond Blossom.
Canal Ring: This system of canals in Amsterdam initially served a practical purpose. Over the years, the city of Amsterdam has grown around this unique feature that is now listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. Take a meandering stroll and stop by the museums and catch an unforgettable classical music performance during Grachtenfestival in mid-August.