Step out from the Centraal Station in Amsterdam and over a 1000 meter walk lies the Dam Square. Filled with musical streets, historic monuments, and splendid things to do, the Dam Square is the heart of the city.
Originally what was created as the City Hall until 1655, the Royal Palace is as if it's straight out of a fairy-tale dream!
De Nieuwe Kerk or more commonly known as the New Church is open to public for exhibitions and concerts.
Amsterdam’s National Monument is a white stone pillar built in the center of the Dam Square to memorialize the victims of World War II.
Visit Madame Tussauds - the most happening place in the Dam Square and see your favorite celebrity's wax monuments.
Rent a bike and ride in the streets along the 100 cycle paths in the city of bikes: Amsterdam!
Cruise in the Canals of Amstel River near the Dam square. It's how Amsterdam gets its name!
Hang out on the streets of Dam Square and shop at the famous department stores- De Bijenkorf.
Tourists and locals feeding pigeons is a quite common thing around in the Dam Square. So get some seeds, spread your arms, and feed the birds!