Witness Amsterdam in its full Golden Age glory at the Royal Palace, which began life as Amsterdam’s Stadhuis (Town Hall).
Amsterdam’s “girdle” of canals are the city at its most beautiful, especially along and around the Brouwersgracht.
A poignant memorial to the Holocaust, this is Amsterdam’s most visited sight by a mile.
Amsterdam’s merchant class lived in style and comfort – as the interior of this opulent canal house reveals.
See Amsterdam in bloom – at the city’s excellent botanical gardens.
Of the several memorials to the Jews of Amsterdam, this is perhaps the most moving.
World-beating collection of Dutch paintings from the Golden Age including Rembrandt’s wonderful Night Watch.
The world’s largest collection of van Gogh’s paintings, shown to fine advantage in this modern, purpose-built gallery.