Originating at the close of the 19th century as a petite oasis for Amsterdam’s working classes, the current Westerpark encompasses a generous 35 acres, stretching west of the capital’s central core to Sloterdijk Station. Beautifully restored from the ashes of a dismantled gasworks, the Cultuurpark Westergasfabriek, as it is locally known, showcases the renowned brilliance of Dutch design and provides a unique environment for a memorable Amsterdam encounter.

Vondelpark – A morning stroll through Amsterdam’s most popular park

Attracting around 10 million visitors every single year, and situated to the south of the famous Museumplein, the Vondelpark is Amsterdam’s largest and most popular city park. Offering a huge variety of action and entertainment, such as an open air theatre, children’s playgrounds, a selection of fine restaurants and picturesque scenery, Vondelpark is definitely worthy of a visit.

Anne Frank House – An afternoon at the Anne Frank House Museum

Located upon the banks of the majestic Prinsengracht Canal, within the stylish Jordaan district of Amsterdam, is the truly fascinating Anne Frank House Museum. Regarded as one of the city’s top tourist attractions, welcoming around one million visitors each year, this inspirational museum is where you can explore the secret annex in which Anne Frank and her Jewish family concealed themselves from the Nazis during the Second World War.