Where to go in Amsterdam


Monflanquin is located on is on central part part of France (Departement du Lot-et-Garonne, Region Aquitaine), 19 kilometers on west from Region Aquitaine. There are many things to see in the surroundings. On east (10 kilometers) is Gavaudun Castle. On notheast (13 kilometers) is Biron Castle, Biron Castle (14 km).

We suggest you to visit the most interesting sights that we found around:

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State Museum (Rijksmuseum)

In the State Museum of Amsterdam you will find a wonderful selection of paintings by Dutch artists, from Frans Hals to Jan Vermeer. The pride of the museum is the world famous Rembrandt’s masterpiece “Night Watch”. However, the vast museum fund is not limited only to canvases; in the exhibition halls you can also see wonderful examples of Delft porcelain, luxurious jewelry made of gold and silver, ancient costumes and furniture from the royal palaces of Europe.

Address: Museumstraat 1, 1071 XX

Stop: Rijksmuseum

Working hours: daily from 9:00 to 17:00

Ticket price: 15 euros, admission for children under 18 is free, you can buy in advance

Van Gogh Museum

In honor of one of the most prominent natives of Holland, a huge four-story museum was built, which today enjoys fantastic popularity among tourists. The Van Gogh Museum houses the world's largest collection of paintings by the artist, as well as his letters. On the first two floors are the works of Van Gogh, exhibited in chronological order, so that visitors can observe the evolution of the artist's style. The third floor is completely devoted to the life story of the master. On the fourth floor are exhibited the works of artists who worked at the same time as Van Gogh.

Address: Paulus Potterstraat 7, 1071 CX

Stop: Van Baerlestraat or Museumplein

Working hours: daily from 9:00 to 17:00, on Friday from 9:00 to 22:00

Ticket price: 15 euros, admission for children under 17 years is free, you can buy here

A walk along the canals of Amsterdam

Amsterdam is often called the “Venice of the North” due to the large number of canals surrounding the city. Famous canals appeared in Amsterdam in the 17th century; initially they were built with a purely practical purpose - to control the flows of the Amstel River. Today, the canals are one of Amsterdam’s most charming sights, and a small cruise on them is an opportunity to enjoy the classical architecture of Dutch mansions built on the banks of the canals.

Address: most boats leave the marina near Central Station

Working hours: daily

Ticket price: from 15 euros, there are several cruise options

National Maritime Museum

The Maritime Museum talks about the centuries-old history of Dutch shipbuilding and navigation. Exhibits and artifacts on the marine theme occupy 18 spacious halls. Here you will learn about how Amsterdam became one of the richest cities in the world, how the Dutch were able to conquer the elements of the sea, and what helped sailors to spend days on long voyages.

Address: Kattenburgerplein 1, 1018 KK

Stop: Kadijksplein

Working hours: daily from 9:00 to 17:00

Ticket price: 15 euros, for children from 5 to 17 years old - 7.5 euros, admission for children under 5 years old is free

Anne Frank House

The house in which Jewish families hid from the Nazis during World War II is a memorial to the victims of the Holocaust and has been Amsterdam's most visited attraction since 1960, when it began to work as a museum. Here visitors can see the original diary of Anne Frank and other manuscripts, as well as objects telling about her short life, and interactive installations on the topic of human rights.

Address: Prinsengracht 263-267, 1016 GV

Stop: Westermarkt

Working hours: from November to March - daily from 9:00 to 19:00, Saturday to 21:00, from April to June, September, October - daily from 9:00 to 21:00, on Saturday to 22:00, July- August - daily from 9:00 to 22:00

Ticket price: 9 euros, for children from 10 to 17 years old - 4.5 euros, admission for children under 10 years old is free, you can buy a combined ticket to the museum and a walk along the canal

Royal Palace

The Royal Palace in Amsterdam is one of the three residences of the Royal Family of the Netherlands. It was built on the site of the city administration in the 17th century for King Louis I, the brother of Napoleon, and at that time was even considered the eighth wonder of the world. The palace is still used by the royal family for large events, but at the same time it is open for visitors most of the year.

Address: Dam, 1012 JS

Stop: Dam or Dam Square

Working hours: Tuesday-Sunday from 11:00 to 17:00

Ticket price: 10 Euro, admission for children under 18 is free

If beautiful museums, palaces and parks can be found actual in all cities of the world, then coffee shops are a truly Dutch chip that brings the country more than 100 million euros a year. Previously, this pleasure was available to all tourists, but now the Dutch authorities are gradually tightening access to coffee shops for non-residents. In many Dutch cities, coffee shop entry for tourists is already closed, but in Amsterdam this possibility still exists.


Amsterdam's largest and most beautiful park was named after the Dutch playwright Jost van den Vondel. The park is loved not only by tourists, but also by local residents, who often gather here on sunny days for picnics. In summer, the Vondela Park also has an open-air theater in which you can watch wonderful performances, and for free.

Stop: Hobbemastraat

If you like parks, be sure to also visit the legendary Keykenof.

Red light district

Amsterdam is famous for its original sights, and one of them is the Red Light District, which is a series of red-lit windows in which representatives of the Quarter in seductive underwear invoke customers. The area also has adult theaters and plenty of sex shops. Despite the peculiar character of the Quarter, it is quite safe for visits, as tourists are constantly crowding here under the watchful eyes of the police.

Stop: Dam

Along the red light district we have a special incendiary tour - an audio guide. Download from the link and find out the secrets of local night butterflies and their visitors.

Flower market

This small kingdom of flora in the very center of Amsterdam is the only floating flower market in the world. Throughout the week, on the shore of the Singel Canal, you can watch sellers on barges loaded with all kinds of flowers, seeds and bulbs. Local residents also visit the Flower Market, but first of all it is entertainment for tourists. Many products on the market are sold prepared for export, so that city visitors can easily take home tulips, daffodils and other flowers in memory of Amsterdam.

Address: Singel, 1071 AZ

Working hours: Monday-Saturday from 9:00 to 17:30, Sunday from 11:00 to 17:30

Stop: Muntplein or Koningsplein

Our audio guide will show you Amsterdam fast, fun and interesting. Take it with you on a journey.