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Amsterdam, Netherlands

The land of canals, small houses and coffee shops

Flights to Amsterdam with Royal Jordanian

Royal Jordanian offers flights to Amsterdam, Schiphol Airport. You may purchase your ticket directly from this page and travel to where Van Gogh created his art, and Spinoza concluded his philosophies.

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Travel to Amsterdam a city with over 5 million international visitors a year

Filled with beautiful canals, elegant houses, flowers, and diversity of experiences, it would be a fault in your stars not to visit the city that hosted the Fault in Our Stars movie.

De Pijp: ‘The Pipe’ in English, is a cultures and nationalities blending spot due to the fact that it was built to house laborers and ease the overpopulated Jordaan district. De Pijp is one of the most vibrant districts of Amsterdam. Visit the must-see Albert Cuypmarket, try a meal from one of the many international cuisines then you can relax with a stroll through the Sarphatipark, a peaceful place in a bustling neighborhood.

Flower Market and Cheese Museum: Take the opportunity to see firsthand the astonishing and varied beauty of flowers that get exported to the whole world, and while still in awe and a refreshed state of mind, take your taste buds on a voyage at the world-famous cheese museum.

Foot, Bike and Cruise: Explore parts of Amsterdam on foot for a while, then as a real Dutch, take a bike guided tour, and end your exploration and experience with a cruise in the famous canals.

Historical sites to visit in Amsterdam

It dates back to the 12th century when it was founded as a fishing village around the river Amstel, and has kept on developing ever since. During the Dutch Golden Age in the 17th century, Amsterdam has been the leading center for finance and diamonds. Its 17th-century canals and the Defense Line of Amsterdam are on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Visit the historical places which include:

Amsterdam Stock Exchange: This is the oldest stock exchange in the world, it illustrates the shift from 19th- to 20th-century architecture, and is now used as a conference center or a gallery venue. The top of the building’s tower provides you with fabulous views of the city.

De Waag: This historical building was constructed first as a gate for the city's fortified walls and later was transformed into a 'weigh house' where goods brought back by ships from overseas were weighed. It has also been used as a museum and a fire station. Now it houses a well-reputed café-restaurant and a space for various types of exhibits.

The Dutch East India Company: This is the former headquarters of one of the most powerful companies in history, the Dutch East India Company which was founded in 1602. The building signified class and luxury. The building is now a national monument and is in use by the University of Amsterdam.

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