Amsterdam, the city of prohibited dreams

It is said that nowhere in the world there is a city like Amsterdam so fascinating. Thanks to the world-famous museums, canals, stunning architecture and famous coffee shops for the sale of soft drugs, Amsterdam is seen by tourists as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Taking advantage of a crowded city, nightlife, culture, well-organized transport and international restaurants, Amsterdam attracts millions of visitors annually. Netherlands offers numerous tourist attractions, but nowhere are focused like that in Amsterdam, which is worth renting a bicycle to visit for an authentic experience.

Coffee shops with legal consumption of soft drugs

Tourists in search of novelty have the opportunity to „taste” of cakes made with a small amount of cannabis. This kind of coffee shops, strictly regulated and taxed, do not sell soft drugs to persons under 18 and not more than five grams per customer. Among the most popular number is coffee shops Baba Coffeeshop, Grasshopper Coffeeshop, Coffeeshop, The Rookies Coffeeshop or Mellow Yellow.

The Wax Museum

The eponymous museum for London’s Madame Tussaud’s, tourists are able to shoot with Arnold Schwarzenegger, Oprah Winfrey or Marilyn Monroe. Visitors have the opportunity to sing along with favorite stars, in an area dedicated to interactivity. There are same type of Wax Museum in Berlin, New York, Shanghai and other cities around the world. For a fee of 23 euros, tourists can review the international stars that appear every day on TV, in their wax version, of course.

Heineken Brewery

Although there is much functional, tourists have the opportunity to visit one of the oldest breweries in the world. Curious can see the whole production process of beer and for a fee of 15 euros, they will receive three large beers and a surprise gift from Heineken crew. Tourists can also own bottles of beer or order a personalized beer.

Torture House

Museum of torture, perhaps the most frightening and unusual museum in the world, has inside medieval instruments of torture, in a cool, dark style, so you can make an impression of the criminal justice system that was applied more than five hundred years ago. The information displayed on walls, on the example of human cruelty, is presented in English, Dutch, French, German, Italian and Spanish. In your visit to Amsterdam, don’t miss Van Gogh Museum, Dam Square and the National Monument, Royal Palace, Museum and Zoo Artis Zoo Tulip.

An article written by Fadia HIRTAN

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