Canals of Amsterdam
In the heart of Amsterdam, the canal district called Grachtengordel has a unique and beautiful cityscape created by the radiating canals and the elegant buildings of 17th century traders that line the canals. It is a popular tourist destination to cruise the canals and relax in the open-air cafes along the canals to experience the unique and impressive atmosphere of Amsterdam.
Amsterdam, the capital city of the Netherlands, has a beautiful cityscape that still retains the glory of the golden age of the 17th century. Along the canals that stretch in a radial pattern, gabled-roofed houses line the streets, and boats and bicycles come and go, creating a unique scene. The city is a World Heritage site that can be fully enjoyed by taking a canal cruise or strolling, and is full of interesting sightseeing spots such as the Royal Palace, which was built as City Hall in the 17th century, several museums of Dutch paintings, and Anne Frank House.