Sightseeing in Amsterdam south
There are many famous Amsterdam sights, but how do you know which one to visit? No worries! Here at Hello Amsterdam we make it our business to inform you on the best Amsterdam sights. Amsterdam is filled with things to see and do, and lots of them can be reached on foot by strolling around the city center. Of course, you have the canals and beautiful architecture that are a sight on their own, but that is not all the city has to offer. Don’t forget to visit the Gerard Douplein, a cosy little square serving you any hour of the day. Have a coffee at De Wasserette, lunch on the terrace of Het Paardje, beers in student bar De Pilsvogel or a glass of wine and a fine dinner at De Wijnbar.
Amsterdam sights you must know about
The legendary street artist Eduardo Kobra was in Amsterdam to paint a huge portrait of Anne Frank in his signature caleidoscopic style. On the old docks of cultural hotspot NDSM, Kobra and his crew realized the portrait of 240 square meters. A mural in Amsterdam and a portrait of Anne Frank have been on Kobra’s wish list for quite some time. Hortus Botanicus, for nearly four centuries, Amsterdam’s Hortus Botanicus has regaled visitors with its lush greenhouses and exotic plants. Originally founded in 1638 to serve as a herb garden for the city’s doctors and pharmacists, it’s one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world
Skip the city and enjoy the beach
About 20 minutes by train from Amsterdam Central Station you reach the Dutch coast with its famous, wide beaches. Sun-worshippers gather here, enjoying the sun as well as the vibrant beach clubs and restaurants directly overlooking the sea as well as the wild nature of the adjoining dunes.
We hope you enjoy the Amsterdam sights and will be back for more soon!