-Situated on the west side of Dam Square in the
centre of Amsterdam. -The Palace is closed during royal events. -The palace was built as a city hall during the
Dutch Golden Age in the 17th century.
Travellers Perks :
0 - 17
Free 18 and over €10.00 CJPPass €9.00 Museumkaart Valid CKV
€9.00 City pass €9.00 Students €9.00
Open Sat and Sun 10 am to 5 pm
2.The Botanical Gardens & the Zoo
- Amsterdam has one of the oldest botanical
gardens in the world called Hortus Botanicus. -Amsterdam botanical garden, with more than 6
000 different plants. -Some the plants are unique as 2000 years old
agave cactus and a 300-year-old Eastern Kape giant cycad.
Travellers Perks: Entrance fees Adult:
€ 9,75 Student card:
€ 5,50. Senior / European Youth Card: €
5,50 Children (5-14 years old):
€ 5,50 Museumcard
- A picturesque beautified by narrow canals and
streets of trendy Jordaan - Lined with freshly coloured boutiques, cozy
pubs and hip eateries. -Stalls at the Noordermarkt square market offer
jewelry, clothes, antiques and organic food. -Antiques Centre Amsterdam sells vintage
ceramics and paintings, while smaller galleries in the area focus on innovative
The tram is the easiest way to get around
central Amsterdam, and the Jordaan is no exception. From Central Station, tram lines 13 and 17 bring
you to the stop Westermarkt at the beginning of the Jordaan-district
Ps. My favourite author and a must visit, read
the book before visiting the place. Brings life to the wooden walls
-The museum opened on 3 May 1960. It preserves the hiding place, has a permanent
exhibition on the life and times of Anne Frank. - Dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne
Frank. -In 2013 and 2014, the museum had 1.2 million
visitors and was the 3rd most visited museum.
Entrance fee: Adults.
€ 10,50* Age 10-17
5,50* Age 0-9
* including € 0.50 booking fee
Writers Note: A memorable trip to Anne Frank Museum will
bring tears in your eyes , provided you know the backdrop story.
"Paper has more patience than Humans" - Anne Frank.