At Hampshire Hotel - Rembrandt Square on the famous Rembrandtplein,
everything Amsterdam has to offer is on your doorstep
. The ideal starting point for a day visiting museums, wandering over Waterlooplein, cycling through the seventeenth century city centre,
sailing through the canals, sitting at one of the pavement cafes on Rembrandtplein and visiting trendy local bars and clubs.
Anyone who loves art and cabaret will study the programme of De Kleine Komedie, the oldest theatre in Amsterdam (1786). Koninklijk Theatre Carré is certainly worth a visit, if only to view the interior of this beautiful theatre
. Pathé Tuschinski cinema is another lovely historic building.
The Hermitage Amsterdam presents various exhibitions from the collection from the Hermitage in St. Petersburg in Russia.
Museum Het Rembrandthuis on Jodenbreestraat is located in the house where Rembrandt van Rijn lived and worked between 1639 and 1658. You will regularly find interesting exhibitions in De Nieuwe Kerk on the Dam.
Fans of photography should certainly visit the FOAM Photography Museum on the Keizersgracht.
You can buy flowers, bulbs, plants and souvenirs on the floating flower market on Singel.
There is a famous flea market on Waterlooplein near the Stopera.
Sailing through the canals is fun for young and old alike. Step onto a tour boat, rent a boat or take the whole family on a pedalo.
Young scientists make exciting discoveries at the Science Centre NEMO. A visit to the fantastic Artis zoo
is a joy for everyone. One of the highlights of the oldest zoo in the Netherlands are the tropical fish in the huge Aquarium.