1. Anne Frank House
Visit the house where Anne Frank lived, in the center of Amsterdam, during the Holocaust. In the period of confinement, Anne Frank wrote a diary about her routine in the “secret annex”, about what it was like to always live in silence and the constant fear of being discovered by the Nazis. In addition to visiting your quarters, there you will also find your famous diary.
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2. Van Gogh Museum
The Van Gogh Museum maintains the world’s largest collection of works by the Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890). In addition to the paintings you will also find drawings and letters, complemented with the art of your contemporaries. Each year, 1.6 million people visit the Van Gogh Museum, making it one of the 25 most popular museums in the world. The museum is very popular, and is usually quite crowded, so consider buying tickets in advance.
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3. The Heineken Experience
Heineken Experience. Another great option is to visit the Heineken Experience, where Heineken’s oldest brewery was located, now converted into an interactive museum.
The tour starts with a brief introduction made by the brewery guides, and right after you stroll freely around the place. At the end of the tour, there is free tasting. To learn more about the Heineken Experience, click here.
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TIP: The Heineken Experience is a very popular attraction, so to save time and avoid queues, buy your ticket in advance. You can buy your ticket on the authorized website by clicking here.