Worry-Free Booking & Free Cancellation — OurTourlane Travel Promise!
View of a canal in Amsterdam - to experience on an Amsterdam holiday

Amsterdam Travel Tours

The top sights, highlights, tours & travel itinaries curated by our Travel Experts.

    1. Destinations
    2. Europe
    3. The Netherlands
    4. Amsterdam

    Our Expert Tips for Your Amsterdam Travel Tour

    Amsterdam is a city that combines its own charm with cosmopolitan flair. Stroll along the canals, cycle through the Vondelpark and spend interesting hours in the museums like the Anne Frank House or Rijksmuseumm. Admire the magnificent buildings of the Royal House and experience the colourful Amsterdam at night. Let yourself be enchanted! With Tourlane you can book your flights, transfers, accommodation and guides - all in one place! Our travel experts will create your perfect tour package according to your travel tastes and preferences.

    1. Anne Frank House - a must on an Amsterdam holiday

      Anne Frank House

      A museum dedicated to Holocaust victim Anne Frank.

    2. Rijksmuseum - worth a visit on an Amsterdam trip


      The most famous art museum in the Netherlands.

    3. Paleis op de Dam - a sight to see on an Amsterdam holiday

      Paleis op de Dam

      Royal Palace at the central main square Dam Square

    What to See During Your Tour of Amsterdam?

    Anne Frank House

    The Anne Frank House is a museum dedicated to the Jewish Holocaust victim Anne Frank. In a back room in this house, Anne Frank and her family hid from Nazi persecution during World War II before being taken to a concentration camp. The museum was opened on 3 May 1960. It shows the hiding place, a permanent exhibition about the life of Anne Frank and an exhibition room Persecution and Discrimination . On 28 September 1999, the museum was restored and rebuilt. It now includes the entire building complex, contains a bookshop and a café. The office space was restored to its 1940s condition. In 2013 and 2014 the museum had 1.2 million visitors and was the third most visited museum in the Netherlands after the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum .


    The Rijksmuseum is Amsterdam's most popular museum. No wonder, here you can admire high-ranking artworks of the old masters like Rembrandt's Night Watch but also paintings of Jan Vermeer, Frans Hals or Jan Steen. But also the building itself is worth seeing with its towers and elements of the Neo-Gothic and Renaissance! There are approximately 8,000 masterpieces in the museum, especially the collection from the Golden Age of the Netherlands are of great value. Due to its location on the Museumsplein, the visit can be perfectly combined with the nearby Van Gogh Museum as well as the Concertgebouw. A must for all art fans!

    Van Gogh Museum

    The Van Gogh Museum in the Museumsplein district houses the world's largest collection of Van Gogh paintings. In total, there are 200 paintings by the world-famous artist in the extensive collection. Among them is one of the most famous works, the Sunflowers, which the artist painted in numerous versions. Van Gogh's self-portrait in front of his easel or the still life of his bedroom in Arles can also be admired here. In addition to the famous paintings, the Van Gogh Museum also houses over 500 drawings by the artist and 700 of his letters. Besides the works of Van Gogh, the museum shows pictures of his companions such as Toulouse-Lautrec, Claude Monet or Paul Gauguin.


    Fancy a walk or a cycle ride in the countryside? Then you should definitely take a spin through the Vondelpark. This is a popular meeting place for young and old and is known as the "green lung of Amsterdam". The Botanical Garden was the city's first public park. Today it is a great place to relax. A break with a picnic or a book or a walk along the water or through the rose garden is a great way to switch off. In the summer, Vondelpark regularly hosts concerts, open-air cinemas and cabaret performances.

    Paleis op de Dam

    In the centre of Amsterdam is the Paleis op de Dam, the Royal Palace on Dam Square. The central main square was named after the dam, which was built in the 13th century. On this square are several historic buildings such as the Royal Palace, the Nieuwe Kerk and the Old Town Hall. A visit to the Royal Palace is well worth it! The palace, which dates back to the 17th century, first had the function of a city hall. Then Napoleon Bonaparte gave the palace to his brother, who was to be Holland's king, as his residence. Since 1939, the palace has been the property of the Dutch royal family and primarily serves as a venue for events and exhibitions and can be visited by visitors. Visit the Royal Palace and learn more about its rich history and magnificent building. Less

    Other Places to Visit During Your Tour

    1. View of the waterfront of The Hague - City in the Netherlands

      The Hague

    2. View of the Rotterdam skyline - to be experienced on a Rotterdam holiday