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The city of Amsterdam justly enjoys great fame as the proud owner of one of the most important historical centres in the world. Its concentric canals dominate the distinctive cityscape, many lined with former residences of merchants and burghers. Amsterdam is best seen by canal, by tram and on foot. A 'hop-on, hop-off' boat will show you most of the main sights, and will provide quick links between the highlights.

A vibrant, modern, cosmopolitan city, there is never a dull moment here - check Dam Square or Leydesplein!

For those art enthusiasts or students there are the three world-ranking galleries: the Rijksmuseum (housing many works by the likes of Rembrandt and Vermeer); the Van Gogh museum (with many of his later masterpieces); and the Stedelijk museum (stunning modern art). There is also of course Rembrandt's house.

Here are just a few more suggestions of visits for your stay in Amsterdam:


• Anne Frank’s House

• Ajax's soccer stadium

• Dutch cheese farm

• Traditional clog makers


• Working windmill

• Cheese markets – Gouda, Edam & Alkmaar

• Delft – see how world famous porcelain is made

Sample Itinerary
Day One
04.00 Depart School
Services stop
08.15 Check in at Dover
11.45 Ferry docks in Calais (local time)
17.00 Check in at accommodation in Amsterdam
19.00 Evening meal
Day Two
08.00 Breakfast
09.00 Depart accommodation
Visit to Anne Frank House or the Jewish Historical Museum
18.00 Return to accommodation
18.30 Evening meal
20.00 Evening boat trip
Day Three
08.00 Breakfast
09.00 Depart accommodation
Visit to Rijksmuseum / Van Gogh Museum or Rembrandthuis
19.30 Check in at Calais
21.00 Ferry docks in Dover (local time)
01.00 Arrive School
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