This Saturday, we have compiled a photo essay of what we consider to be our best shots of the beautiful city of Amsterdam.

A building behind a canal and some shrubbery in Amsterdam
I’m not sure how I took this.
Altered version of "The Scream" with "Free Palestine" written at the bottom
Political statements
A freestanding building in Amsterdam
Who else really loves this style of building?
An avenue in Amsterdam with old buildings, lots of people, a tram station and rails, and lots of people.
I’m jealous of this public transit and bike lanes.
The Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, considered one of the finest concert halls in the world.
The Concertgebouw, considered one of the finest concert halls in the world.
The tunnel underneath the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam
Underneath the Rijksmuseum
A man in front of the Holland Cheese Shop in Amsterdam
We didn’t get to try their cheese, but this place was pretty adorable.
Food stall selling fries in Amsterdam, next to a canal and near the Anne Frank house
Didn’t get to eat here either…
An armillary sphere, an astronomical tool, on a wooden table in the Rijksmuseum
An armillary sphere in the Rijksmuseum.
Silver culinary things
As seen in the Rijksmuseum
A blue and white ceramic cello in the Rijksmuseum
A cello made of characteristic Dutch blue and white ceramic
Beautiful tall stained glass windows in the Rijksmuseum
Beautiful stained glass windows in the Rijksmuseum
A hall filled with people in an Amsterdam museum
I wish I got this shot when this hall was empty, but alas, no.
Stained glass in the Rijksmuseum
More stained glass
The main hall of the Rijksmuseum
The main hall of the Rijksmuseum
A library in an Amsterdam museum
Love this library!

So which ones are your favourite shots? Leave your answer in the comments below 🙂

Happy travels!


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Comments (2)

  1. Amazing portraits. I love them all. Enjoyed the post.

  2. I love the first one simply because it’s stunning, but also the public transportation one! I wish I could bike to work but have to rely on the train.

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