Holland is home to the ever famous Anne Frank, and where the world’s largest
diamond was cut. You can also tour Rembrandt’s home and see the works of
Van Gogh, Van Dyke, and Vermeer in the famous Rijksmuseum. Turn a corner and step
into a painting by Rembrandt. Sniff a bouquet of flowers and be transported to
17th century Holland. Today, Holland's thriving economy, generous social systems
and reputation for tolerance are the envy of Europe. Visit Rembrandt's home, then
see the master's The Night Watch and works by Vermeer, Van Dyke and Van Gogh in
the famed Rijksmuseum. Explore attic rooms where Anne Frank wrote her diary and
see where the world's largest diamond was cut. Amsterdam has kept its 17th century
appearance and has dazzled tourists from all over the world.
Anne Frank's House
The legendary house where Anne Frank lived and wrote her experiences of the Nazi
turmoil while hiding in a house during the Second World War. You will find out
what the living conditions were like and the experiences she went through. It
is truly an amazing experience.
Van Gogh Museum
This museum is known as having the world’s most complete Vincent Van Gogh
collection. This museum celebrates the life and work of this amazing artist.
It has an incredible amount of exhibitions for everyone of all ages to enjoy.
You will not want to miss this glorious chance of a lifetime.
The Bloemenmarkt is situated on the Singel Canal. The extravagant nature of
this market is that it floats on water and sells various types of gorgeous flowers
from all over Holland. This is an extraordinary experience for any plant or
flower fanatic. A truly incredible experience.