Hundreds of years ago, this European city had its own special brand of justice. Considered dark and extremely harsh by today’s standards, any infraction of the rules was met with a punishment so severe it kept its citizens cowering in fear. A gossiper who needed to be taught discretion was put in ... Read More
If viewing the city from the street is not exciting enough for you, make your way to the top of one of Amsterdam’s tallest skyscrapers. You will have an incredible view from 328 feet above the ground as you swing back and forth over the edge of A’DAM’s Tower. Before taking the leap on Europe’s hig... Read More
Imagine waking up, day after day, year after year, not knowing if everyone and everything you love would be taken away. You fear life in a concentration camp even more than you fear death. That was Anne Frank’s world for more than two years.
During World War II, when the Nazi’s occupied the Netherl... Read More
Amsterdams largest park has its ponds, fields and playgrounds connected by winding paths which also run by an open-air theater, a rollerblade rental, several cafes and a range of statues and sculptures. As the weather warms up from June to September, the park comes alive with activities. There are ... Read More
Created in the 17th century to keep the sea at bay, Amsterdam’s interconected canal system makes for some Instagram worthy pictures and is a beautiful and unforgettable way to see the city.
With over 165 canals that are criss crossed by bridges at each intersection, your view changes with each stree... Read More
From scantily clad prostitutes in brothel windows to sex shops and museums, the Amsterdam Red Light District is a carnival of vice and leaves nothing to the imagination. Don’t bring your children to this tourist attraction.
Since the Middle Ages, Amsterdam has been a major trading port and a magne... Read More
A collection of paintings, prints, etchings and correspondence by the famed artist, Vincent van Gogh, are housed in this museum . Van Gogh cut off his own ear and he committed suicide at the rise of his success and didn’t become famous until after his death. Only one of his paintings ever sold dur... Read More
Each year, over 7 million new tulip bulbs are hand planted in the grounds at Keukenhof Gardens. In the spring, visitors from all over the world arrive by busload to witness the gorgeous display of color blooming amid 80 acres of masterfully designed gardens. Open country roads, paved bike lanes and... Read More
If you are looking for a hotel with cringe-worthy customer service, filthy, health hazardous accommodations and toxic air quality, you have come to the right place. Test your endurance of all things awful at the Hans Brinker Budget Hotel. Advertised as “The Worst Hotel in the World”, this is a sur... Read More
This is the world’s only museum devoted to the wonders of fluorescence. Electric Ladyland: The Museum of Fluorescent Art visitors are surrounded by bulbous, otherworldly shapes creating a fully-immersive environment. When the black lights comes on, shapes spring to life as every surface glows with... Read More