The Netherlands tells its story through the house of Rembrandt, the Van Gogh Museum, and the Bible Museum. In Amsterdam, Madame Tussaud enables you to meet your favorite celebrities, immortalized as wax figures, and the Heineken factory also offers a unique experience, in which you get to be “prepared” like a beer. Of course, you cannot leave Amsterdam without visiting the Tulip Museum, where tulips are pigmented in the most beautiful colors and forms.
Amsterdam, the magic of water
Even if you have not visited Amsterdam before, surely you’ve heard that it is a city crossed by lots of channels, namely 165 of them, as well as bridges, namely 1,281 of them. If you go to Amsterdam, you absolutely must enjoy a boat ride. Not only will you enjoy a romantic trip, but you’ll have the opportunity to admire the most beautiful bridges and see the most beautiful places in the city within a short period of time.
The Heineken experience
Whether or not you’re a beer drinker, you must visit the Heineken Museum because it will be a very pleasant experience, both educational and lots of fun. In this interactive museum at the Heineken factory, you’ll feel like you never have before: that is, like a beer bottle during production. During the so-called “Bottle Ride”, you get to stand on a mobile platform and follow the route that each bottle of beer takes through the factory where it is produced. Besides its educational purposes, this ride will make you enjoy your next glass of beer even more.
The classical museums of Amsterdam
For lovers of art and history, Amsterdam has exactly what they need: Rijksmuseum, which houses masterpieces by Dutch artists such as Rembrandt and Vermeer, as well as other Dutch art masterpieces. The Van Gogh Museum will unravel the secrets of one of the most mysterious and interesting painters of the Netherlands. The Anne Frank House will impress you with its atmosphere, which has remained unchanged since the Nazi occupation during the Second World War, and the sad story that has survived it over time.
The largest club music festival in the world
At the end of October, the festival dedicated to the electro, techno, house, trance, and hip-hop music genres takes over all of the Dutch capital. Each year, over 70,000 people come to see their favorite DJs. Amsterdam Dance Event was held in 1996 for the first time and since then every year it receives loyal fans, making Amsterdam the perfect travel experience for those who love music.
Amsterdam and the forbidden pleasures
One of the main attractions of Amsterdam is the Red Light District, where the libertine atmosphere sparks the imagination and curiosity of all those who, at home, would be punished for the things allowed here. Known for its permissive attitude towards drugs and prostitution, the Red Light District is crowded all the time, but especially at night. Besides the abundance of women, this dark side of Amsterdam offers other attractions for tourists. Various shops and museums impress with their diversity. One is also likely to be impressed by the effort and time invested in the design and construction of Casa Rosso, the oldest erotic theater there. Casa Rosso is considered the heart of the Red Light District, where, for decades, millions of people around the world have praised the performances of creativity and love.
Author bio:- When it comes to the best travel trip experience, Jim Scott has done it all. All the water sports you can imagine, are mountain climbing, and bungee jumping. His next destination is Japan, for the cherry blossom festival. It will truly be a unique experience.