My recommendations post for Just 3 days in Amsterdam,
Amsterdam is a lovely, multicultural, relaxed but still advanced hi-tech city.
I felt that this city is very similar to London, but yet there is a different feeling of quiet and freedom while you are wandering near the beautiful canals.
The Amsterdam Flower Market is a unique floating colourful flower market, one of the most beautiful walks of Amsterdam.
This market exists since 1862, in the old days the market was daily supplied by boat.
In this market, you can find there all sorts of tulips and many other types of flowers.
You can buy the tulip bulbs and plant them in your garden at home!
Amsterdam streets – walking near the canals
walking near the canals makes you feel like the time stops and you are inside a painting,
explore the city while you walk on the streets near the canals, surrounded by the special building style.
We stop for a coffee and carrot cake at Bocca Coffee, a very nice, quite coffee place,
it was the perfect place to stop and plan our rest of the day.
A fancy dinner-
Experience the unique Japanese cuisine at Hosokawa, where you can eat In Teppanyaki style.
Check out the Greenwoods Keizersgracht, there you can find very nice options for English style breakfast, try their soda bread it is delicious.
The Jewish Museum and the Portuguese Synagogue
We visited both of them and It was very special.
The Portuguese Synagogue is a late 17th-century Sephardic synagogue in Amsterdam, completed in 1675.
Until today the synagogue is active.
Van Gogh Museum
Van Gogh museum collects the biggest collection of Van Gogh paintings.
While going through the museum you can learn about the life and the impressions of Vincent Van Gogh.
Van Gogh created about 2,100 artworks, including around 860 oil paintings, most of them in the last two years of his life.
The paintings are characterised by bold colours and dramatic, impulsive and expressive brushwork that contributed to the foundations of modern art.