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KeizersgrachtSuite471 could not be located any better for you to explore Amsterdam. All major tourist attractions are located only a stones-throw away. The major museums are just around the corner as well as all the shopping and entertainment Amsterdam has to offer. You can explore the city simply by foot or 'go Dutch' and rent a bike!

Rijksmuseum (5 min. walk)

Only a 5 minute stroll, passing one of Amsterdam's most beautiful antiques/arts shopping streets (Spiegelstraat), takes you to the Museum district where you will find the National museum (Rijksmuseum). 
Here you will find all the best and most famous works of the Dutch great Masters of the golden age. Catch a glimpse of Rembrandt's masterpiece ‘The Night Watch’. Be inspired by the great achievements of mankind on show in the recently exceptionally renovated Rijksmuseum. The museum's expansive and evocative collection includes Delftware, sculptures, archaeological artifacts, clothing, Asian art and much more.  


Van Gogh Museum (10 min. walk)

Next to the Rijksmuseum you will find the world famous Van Gogh museum. Since having opened in 1973 the Van Gogh Museum is one of the most popular museums in the world, attracting visitors from every corner of the globe. Naturally, this is in large part due to it housing the largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh – more than 200 paintings, 500 drawings and 700 of his letters. Here you will also find Van Gogh's most famous and impressing work 'Sunflowers'. 




Shopping: 9 straatjes/Leidsestraat

All the shopping facilities Amsterdam has to offer are just around the corner. As you step out of the door you will walk into the Leidsestraat which is one of the main shopping streets in Amsterdam with the Kalverstraat connected to it. Here you will find all the major shops you would expect in any European capital. If you're looking for a more special item you can walk to the '9 straatjes', one of our favorites! Here you will find your designer clothes or that unique gift you were looking for. If you're looking to burn some cash, a five minute walk will bring you to the high-end shopping street 'PC Hooftstraat' where you will find high-end brands like Dior, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Hermes and many more. 

Anne Frank House ( 10 min walk)

Millions of people worldwide come to visit the hiding place of maybe the best known victim of the second World War. Here you will see and experience where the Frank family tried to hide from their horrible fate. After all these years Anne Frank continues to inspire many of us with her outstanding courage.  

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Hortus Botanicus

After a 20 minutes stroll from KeizersgrachtSuite471 you will arrive at the Hortusamsterdam is one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world. The garden was founded in 1638 by the Amsterdam city council as 'Hortus Medicus', a place where doctors and pharmacists were trained. No fewer than 4,000 varieties of plants from all over the world grow in the garden and greenhouses. A special plant that you can find in the Hortus is the Victoria water Lily. The lily makes beautiful flowers. This flower opens at dusk and blooms for only two nights. It can only be seen in the summer months


After a busy day of exploring the city you well deserved a night of relaxation. Whether this means staying-in and ordering delivery to binge your night away or going out to explore what Amsterdam has to offer at night, all is possible. From fine dining in one of Amsterdam's Michelin awarded restaurants to trendy dining hotspots all these are just a short walk away from KeizersgrachtSuite471. After a splendid dinner you might want to further discover the diverse and exciting nightlife of Amsterdam. All the options are there at your fingertips! Drink a beer in one of Amsterdam's local Dutch 'bruine kroegen' pubs or go out clubbing all night long.

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