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Amsterdam may be famous for its red light district and it's friendly stance on marijuana, but the capital of the Netherlands has much more to offer. A city steeped in history, Amsterdam is home to beautiful historic buildings, numerous parks, fields of tulips that bloom in the spring, about 40 museums, and a system of canals and bridges that rivals (and in fact, is larger than) the one in Venice. Read more

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Amsterdam may be famous for its red light district and its friendly stance on marijuana, but the capital of the Netherlands has much more to offer. A city steeped in history, Amsterdam is home to beautiful historic buildings, numerous parks, fields of tulips that bloom in the spring, about 40 museums, and a system of canals and bridges that rivals (and in fact, is larger than) the one in Venice. With historic mansions lining the canals and numerous museums, Amsterdam is a cultural city. Many visitors consider the Van Gogh Museum, with the largest collection of Van Gogh's works in the world, a must-see; Rijksmuseum, filled with old masters' paintings, is also a popular spot, and the Anne Frank home -- a difficult but significant and touching landmark -- often has a long line of tourists waiting to enter. For outdoorsy ventures, many like to do as the locals do -- visit the 120-acre Vondelpark, with ponds, gardens, and occasional concerts, or rent bicycles to cycle along the canals.

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