The capital of Holland located on the Amstel river is the largest city. It is famous for a great number of historic canals. Therefore, Amsterdam is usually called Venice of the North. Interestingly, apart from regular sightseeing you may do the canoeing trip through the city centre! Other means of city communication has to be a bike. Among others, on a bike you can reach the Royal Palace located on the Dam Square or Van Gogh Museum. One of the Amsterdam attractions is a floating flower market, it’s history commemorates the times when flowers were water transported. Waterlooplein is traditional flea market where you may purchase old photographs, clothes, gadgets and peculiarities. Amsterdam has a lot to offer to the entertainment lovers, as well. The famous Red Light District is located here and nightlife centre Leidseplein Square offering a wide range of coffee shops where you may purchase marihuana lawfully.
To Amsterdam by train
The Amsterdaam Centraal is the second largest train station in Holland. The trains calling at the station connect Amsterdam with other European countries like Paris, Brussels and Berlin as well as every city in Holland. A convenient connection with the Schiphol airport makes it the starting point for the tourists to sightsee Amsterdam. The tickets for the train online as well as the connections may be acquired through PolishTrains.
- Dam Square
- Royal Palace
- Amsterdam Canals
- The Red Light District
Speed trains in the Netherlands
- Szybkie pociągi w Holandii Intercity (IC)
- InterCity Express (ICE)