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Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
A wonder of civic engineering and a delight to behold, Amsterdam’s Canal Ring is as charming a destination as any you’ll ever come across.
You’ll inevitably pass through Centraal Station while visiting Amsterdam. Take time to admire this fascinating part of town when you do.
De Pijp is Amsterdam’s most cosmopolitan neighbourhood with the city’s biggest street market and most vibrant nightlife among its many draws.
Eastern Docklands (Oostelijk Havengebied)
Youthful, edgy and modern, the Eastern Docklands suggests a bright Dutch future with strong ties to its maritime past.
From its working class roots to its hipster hangout status, the Jordaan is as fun as it is laid back and friendly.
Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier)
World-class museums, upscale shopping and the city’s prettiest park are the highlights of a visit to Amsterdam’s Museumkwartier.
Plantage & the East
Welcome to the more bucolic side of Amsterdam.
Red Light District (De Wallen)
Despite the seedy reputation, Amsterdam’s infamous Red Light District is actually home to an excellent array of wholesome sights and activities.