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Choosing what to do in Amsterdam is not easy because the city offers the tourist countless attractions. If you are looking for ideas, here are some ideas to visit in four days.
Amsterdam is a city removed from the sea, tolerant, unconventional and multicultural. It has over 100 channels, around 600 bridges, tall and narrow houses, 600,000 bicycles and over 50 museums. If you do not know what to do in Amsterdam plan your holiday with Musement, the platform that simplifies the booking of guided tours, museums, concerts and sports.
I have altready told you about Musement in this post, today we use it as an useful tool on what to do in Amsterdam in 4 days.
Start your visit from the Van Gogh Museum and optimize the time and skip the line booked with Musement. The platform offers many solutions, from guided tours in museums to canal cruises, from city tours to out-of-town trips.
In the evening relax with a cruise while enjoying Dutch wine and cheese.
To understand the history and art of the Netherlands go to the Rijks museum which displays the masterpieces of Rembrandt and Vermeer and works from the Middle Ages to the 20th century.
Getting around is easy and the bike is the fastest means of transport. Reach Piazza Dam, the most famous of the city, which overlooks the Royal Palace, the Madame Tussauds wax museum and the New church.
Go around the Kalverstraat if you want to make some purchases and then head to the colorful flower market. For lovers of modern and contemporary art, the Moco museum is ideal for admiring the works of Salvador Dalì, Roy Lichtenstein, Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons and Picasso.
If you love antiques, the Spiegelkwartier district is the heart of the art shops. In the evening, take a tour of the red light district.
Before returning home, stroll along the canals and admire the forward-sloping houses and 17th-century mansions along Herengracht and Singel reminiscent of the golden age of Amsterdam. To taste the local cuisine, Musement also organizes a guided tour in the Pijp district. where one of the biggest markets in Europe is held in the morning.
Do you still have doubts about what to do in Amsterdam?