See the world through a lens
Catch an exhibition at Amsterdam’s Foam photography museum (free with City Card), and you’re likely to encounter big names and up-and-coming shutterbugs alike. DURATION: 2 HOURS
Step into the secret annexe where the Frank family hid for more than two years during the Second World War. The Anne Frank House Museum is open late and gives visitors the chance to learn about her famous diary. Online booking only until 1 May.
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Evenings at the Anne Frank House
Eat your way around De Pijp
Amsterdam’s De Pijp neighbourhood will leave you spoiled for culinary choice. Start at the Albert Cuypmarkt, lured in by the smell of stroopwafels and poffertjes (sweet Dutch treats), and continue on to the neighbourhood’s many cafés, wine bars and eateries.
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Watch the sunset from NDSM © L ALI MASRIERA
The creative haven across the River IJ is a mustsee for its artsy atmosphere and restaurants. The former shipyard is now known for festivals, flea markets and graffiti art. DURATION: ALL NIGHT
See the ﬂoating ﬂower market
Amsterdam’s Flower Market on the Singel canal is a favourite spot to photograph all year around, but it’s especially stunning in spring, when the barges overflow with bouquets of fresh tulips. DURATION: 30-40 MINUTES © KOEN SMILDE PHOTOGRAPHY
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