Amsterdam has more than its fair share of culture, art and history. The Van Gogh museum and Rijksmuseum are filled with 800 years of dutch art and history whereas Anne Frank’s House tells a dark, more recent story. The city has a risque reputation with its Red Light District, coffee shops and a faint waft of cannabis hanging in the air.
A UNESCO ancient canal system lined with leafy trees and pretty gabled houses is perfect for a wander with plenty of cafes and bars to stop at along the way. But what if you’re cultured out, coffee shop weary and can’t face another Stroopwafel? I’ve put together an alternative list of six cool and quirky things to do in Amsterdam.