1)Tour the Van Gogh Museum
The Van Gogh Museum is an extremely popular Amsterdam attraction, so consider visiting on Friday evening when it stays open until 10 p.m., and crowds are fewer. The museum serves as a tribute Van Gogh’s life and work with an incredible collection of paintings, etchings, prints and correspondence.
Artis Royal Zoo
The Artis Royal Zoo hosts roughly 1.2 million visitors each year, so if you have kids this would be the amazing thing for kids to enjoy. The zoo has many animals, birds, reptiles where everyone can enjoy and feel thrilled.
The library houses an auditorium, the Gerard Reve Museum, the Library Museum, a gorgeous terrace and a self-service restaurant.Amsterdam’s Central Library is definitely a sight to see and a great place to spend an afternoon.
As with most beaches, Zandvoort is best in the warmer months of summer. Zandvoort, a small beach bordering the North Sea, is especially fun in summertime, when you can take a 30-minute train ride from the city to the sand.
Floating Flower Market
The Bloemenmarkt is open year round and is gorgeous in all seasons, but if you have a lot of holiday spirit, you’ll love when the greens and Christmas trees come out in winter. “Flower Market Amsterdam,” the Bloemenmarkt is the only floating flower market in the world (the flowers are sold from stalls on house boats).