All the Amsterdam attractions you need to know about

11. Hortus Botanicus

Hortus Botanicus, Amsterdam attractions

This magical greenery is located just in the heart of the city and it may be your favorite out of all the Amsterdam Attractions if you love nature. This garden is considered to be one of the oldest ones I the world. It is a lovely spot for having lunch or coffee!

12. Beurs Van Berlage

Beurs Van Berlage, Amsterdam attractions

This building is famous because of the amazing architecture, the strong, geometric and clean lines and the flawless brickwork. In the past it served as stock exchange but now it is the place where thousands of concerts and exhibitions take place. However, you can get a great taste of the interior having a coffee there if you are into design.

13. Micropia

Micropia, Amsterdam attractions

Visiting this place can be a true adventure. You will be amazed by the imagination that the bacteria is represented. It is definitely a world of invisible, creepy and fun crawlies. You will even get a complete body scan that will show all the areas of your bacterial life. Also, you will have the chance to learn about making cheese and beer. We must advise you that after visiting this place, you may never want to visit a public bathroom in your life!

14. Cinema Tuschinski

Cinema Tuschinski, Amsterdam attractions

This place is really eccentric with the carpet and the multi-colored marble. However the greatest thing about this cinema is the fact that even though it is constructed in 1918, it is still a working cinema now. This cinema is worth the visit and even worth seeing a show here.

15. The Museum of Bags and Purses

The Museum of Bags and Purses, Amsterdam attractions

The last but not least on our Amsterdam attractions list is this unique museum that may sound silly at first. However, this place is the home for a world-class collection of bags and purses dating from the 17th century through the latest models of Prada, Gucci. The setting and the display of this bags is even more amazing. It is definitely worth visiting and enjoying a cup of café in the salon that will take you back in the 18th century!

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