Amsterdam was in the 17th century a world power in itself, und the unbelievable wealth at that time created a marvelous and large old city center, very well preserved. A walk runs from the medieval centre, pieces of the old city wall, along the famous canals, a piece of China town, the former Jewish district, not to forget a piece of the famous Red Light District.
Rembrandt died 350 years ago this year. In the Rijksmuseum there is a wonderful exhibition 'All Rembrandts'. And we have a Rembrandt Tour, which could be a nice extension.
Along painted or drawn places. Where the Night Watch was painted and where it would hang later. We also see his studio and his first home, and where his loved ones were buried.
The Amsterdam's Eastern Docklands have been developed since the seventies from a harbour site to a highly popular residential area with superb and diverse architecture. The district even became an important tourist stop: architecture tourists and everybody else enjoy the site.