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December 14-16, 2017

 
The Dutch capital has been - through the centuries - a renowned cultural, scientific and commercial centre and has always been characterised by its open mind and flexibility. It cherishes a long tradition of unrestricted exchange of ideas. Although Amsterdam is one of Europe's leading capitals, it still has the charm of a village. Amsterdam has a dazzling array of cultural attractions with something for everyone. 

Virtually all points of interest are well within walking distance. Moreover, the Dutch are multilingual which makes getting around so much easier.

Amsterdam will welcome you warmly and you will feel at home in one of the most interesting cities of Europe. http://www.iamsterdam.com/en

  • 7,000 historic buildings, some of which date back to the 14th century
  • The well-known symmetrical rings of canals with over 1,000 bridges summon up visions of Holland's Golden Age.
  • 42 museums, including the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk (Municipal) Museum, the Scheepvaartmuseum (Maritime Museum), and the Anne Frank House.
  • The city is also the home of the internationally acclaimed Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the Dutch National Ballet and the Dutch Opera.

 

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