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Smallest museums in the world.

Did you know that Amsterdam has the most museums per squaremeters in the world. We have the well known big museums of course. But we also have a lot of small museums. The reason is that we always are looking for a way to pay less tax. In the Netherlands, if you sell items as…

Top 5 things to do

Hey Guys, Welcome to Amsterdam. Of course, you have already found the best canal tour in town. But what is next? Everyone is saying they are the best in town. And maybe one way or another they are indeed good. But if you liked my tour, I think I know what you are really looking for. The things you don’t want to miss. And the things that are more of the grid. Well you are in luck I have made a top 5 list of places to go and people to meet. All places that I will mention are described in the categories listed on the “What to do” page of my website. Let’s start with the most obvious. Touristic locations you must see. 1. Rijksmuseum First, it is right in front of us. Ease to go to and beautiful…

Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

While the Rijksmuseum is right across the departure point, it is obvious that I have to tell you a little bit about it. I like to build my blogs up in three sections, I will start with a little bit of history about the location. Then I will tell you my experience of the location. And finally, I will go in what you will find in the location what you might want to know. For instance, prices, current events, location etc… History From the website of the Rijksmuseum The Rijksmuseum first opened its doors in 1800 under the name ‘Nationale Kunstgalerij’. At the time, it was housed in Huis ten Bosch in The Hague. The collection mainly comprised paintings and historical objects. In 1808, the museum moved to the new capital city of Amsterdam, where it was based in…