Amsterdam city attracts many visitors who come to discover the Flemish historic heritage, stroll amid the canals, visit museums and party. ideal for a long weekend exotic, Amsterdam is one of the major European capitals easily accessible from France: so if the return is so simple, why miss the charms of the Dutch capital Amsterdam is 550 km from Paris? , access by highway is very simple if you prefer to travel by car even once happened to your car will not be of much use since priority is given to means of transport such as bicycles, streetcars, subway or the bus is also very pleasant to visit the city by bike. Meanwhile, the riverboats are another very nice way to experience the city in a different way. In addition, everyone will find in Amsterdam necessarily something that challenges him, whether architecture, charming canals and cafes, nightlife, or even the well-known tolerance of the Dutch capital. Stroll in Amsterdam Start your tour through the historic center of Amsterdam, discover the great Dam Square with the church Nieuwe Kerk and Royal Palace. In historical district and the Jewish quarter you can visit Beguinage, the Spui, the Zuidkerk church, Rembrandt House, Stadhuis, the Portuguese synagogue, the new market, the church and the Amstelkring museum, the church Oude Kerk, the commodity exchange Berlage. The historic center is surrounded by four large canals (Singel Herengracht, Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht). Stroll along the first canal (Singel) and discover the skinny bridge, the Tuschinski cinema and the flower market. Around the Herengracht canal, discover the Gouden Bocht, the Theatre Museum and its spiral staircase. Keisergracht on, do not miss the house heads. Prisengracht around, visit the church Westerkerk, the Anne Frank house and the neighborhood Jordaan. In the museum district, southwest of downtown, do not miss the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, the museum and the Stedeljik Vonderlpark. The red light district, which is part of the historic center is very lively. In the evening you can find bars, coffee shop and many clubs and the famous windows with prostitutes. Amsterdam canals and curiosities The center of Amsterdam consists of 90 islands connected by 400 bridges, its main feature is its concentric network of canals. The oldest part of the city center dates from medieval times, be sure to stroll through the old streets very Warmoesstraat and Zeedijk including wooden houses from the Middle Ages. Another original feature of Amsterdam is the presence of Windmills, there are a total of eight, most of them are located in the west of Amsterdam, have fun to find them while walking in the streets of the city. The only mill open to the public is the Molen van Sloten Sloten. Amsterdam also has a fine collection of museums: the Anne Frank House, the Rijksmuseum, and the Van Gogh Museum, the latter possesses the large collection of Van Gogh paintings in the world. And how to talk without mentioning the Amsterdam Red Light District, the Red Light District or legal prostitution is displayed behind the windows. some trouvero

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