Between the pretty old churches, quaint canals, and nightly showcases of revelry and debauchery, Amsterdam is a sight in and of itself. You can see and learn a lot about the city, even with zero euro. If you’re planning on visiting a number of museums, save some euro by investing in the Museumjaarkaart (www.museumjaarkaart.nl). For €40 (or €20 if you’re under 26), you get free entrance to most museums in Amsterdam and the Netherlands for a whole year. With the Museumjaarkaart, there’s nothing to stop you from popping into one of the many small and weird museums and then popping right back out if it’s not up to snuff. You cannot get the card at the tourist office (it’s a great deal rarely advertised to tourists), but it’s sold at some of the bigger participating museums.

Museumplein and Vondelpark

Amsterdam Sights was last modified: October 24th, 2015 by letsgoadmin