- A - Albert Cuyp Market
Amsterdam is a city that thrives on markets and this market is one of the best. The market's origin goes back to 1904 and with 300 stalls it is the biggest market in Amsterdam. An enormous array of items is on sale here such as clothing, textiles, fish, fruit and vegetables to name a few.
- B - Anne Frank House
One of the most iconic places in Amsterdam, the Anne Frank House is an extremely popular tourist destination. The rooms may be empty but it is alive with history. The museum area has Anne Frank's original diary on display.
- C - Artis Zoo
In this 14 hectare area in Amsterdam not only is there a zoo housing 700 species of animals; there is also a planetarium, a museum and an aquarium. The zoo was founded in 1838 and is also home to a botanical garden offering an oasis of relaxation in Amsterdam's bustling city-life.
- D - Begijnhof
Dating back to the 14th century these historic courtyards and building were once the home of Begijntjes, a female catholic group who undertook no formal vows. One of Amsterdam's wooden houses can be found here and it dates back to 1470. The Beginjhof is a beacon of calm and peace within one of Europe's liveliest cities.
- E - Kalverstraat
Amsterdam's premier shopping street is a for pedestrians only, and home to many familiar brands like Levi's, H&M, River Island, Zara and a host of one-off delights including jewelery stores, book stores and tempting cafes and restaurants.
- F - Magna Plaza Shopping Centre
This large shopping center is the first indoor leisure & shopping mall in Amsterdam. It is a compact mall with three floors and the shops here feature designer elegance, well-known brands, European-style boutiques and gift shops all situated in a beautiful 19th century building.
- G - New Metropolis Science & Technology Centre
NEMO is a popular Amsterdam attraction located in a unique building shaped like a large green ship on top of a car tunnel. This is a fun interactive museum that will keep people of all ages amused for the duration of their visit. Exhibits such as "Why the World Works" and "Journey Through The Mind" will keep even the most negative minds engaged, whilst the building itself ranks amongst the highlights.
- H - Oude Kerk (Old Church)
Consecrated in 1306 the Oude Kerk is Amsterdam's oldest parish church. The roof of the church boasts the oldest medieval vault in Europe, dating back to 1390. Standout features include the Vater-Muller organ (1724) and the Crabeth stained glass windows.
- I - P.C. Hooftstraat
Amsterdam's home of designer stores and luxurious boutiques oozes sophistication with stores by the likes of Gucci, Hugo Boss, Cartier and Ralph Lauren. Souvenir shops, local boutiques and restaurants to suit all tastes.
- J - Rembrandt House Museum
This house/museum in Amsterdam is where Rembrandt spent part of his life in the city. He spent the years 1639 to 1658 living in this 17th century home which was built in 1607. The museum features exhibitions and displays of Rembrandt's etchings.
- K - Rijksmuseum
Built in 1876 this museum is one of the most famous in Holland and features some of the finest art in Amsterdam. Works by masters such as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Frans Hals are located here, most famously Rembrandt's The Night Watch.
- L - The Nine Streets
Quaint narrow streets and a picturesque setting make the Nine Streets area a unique Amsterdam shopping experience. It is home to quirky, diverse stores and specialty shops. Located in Amsterdam's canal district, you should not miss this beautiful shopping opportunity.
- M - Vincent Van Gogh Museum
A trip to Amsterdam would be incomplete without a visit to the museum of Holland's most celebrated artist. It is home to the largest collection of Van Gogh paintings in the world. Along with the sublime Van Gogh paintings there is also a collection of 19th century art housed here.