Amsterdam is packed with world class museums, including the Ann Frank House, which should be on any itinerary. Art lovers won't want to miss the Van Gogh Museum or the extraordinary Rijksmuseum either. Most museums are in the Plantage area of the city, next to the medieval Old Quarter.
In the Old Quarter you'll also find some of Amsterdam's best architecture, most interesting shops and most appealing coffee shops and cafes. No visit to Amsterdam would be complete without a canal cruise and a hunt for bargains in the Albert Cuypstraat market.
Situated just a few miles from Amsterdam itself, passengers fly into Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS) from around the world - this is one of Europe's major international hubs. From the airport, you can take a direct train to Amsterdam Central Station, taking just 20 minutes. The Amsterdam Airport Express Bus is also a good choice, with a very regular service to Museumplein and Leidseplein.
The Rijksmuseum has a free branch within the airport itself, located between E and F pier. Amsterdam is one of the safest cities in the world; there are many police patrolling the city at night, meaning you can explore to your hearts content.
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