Amsterdam is one of the places where a cordial conjugation of history and culture could be seen. Check out for most amazing tourist places in Amsterdam and include these in your next tour itinerary.

Rijksmuseum is one of the biggest museums of Netherlands. It sees over a million visitors each year. The worth seeing magnum opuses of the Dutch art forms of the 17th century are at exhibit here. The 17th century was called the Golden Age of the Netherlands. Do check out the museum treasury and doll houses from that era besides the ethnic Delftware.

Amsterdam Canal Ring is a must see tourist attraction of Amsterdam. The old center of the city is made of canal rings. This offers the beholders a sense of tranquility and liberty. As a tourist, you must explore the beauty of the place by either walking down the streets or fetching a ferry ride by embarking upon any of the tourist cruises. You can even have a bicycle ride on hire basis.

Begijnhof is yet another must see place of Amsterdam where a domed passageway will take you to the picturesque solitary gardens that are enveloped by the old mansions. The old ladies have substituted for pious Bguine nuns.

Van Gogh Museum should be included in the list of worth seeing places of Amsterdam. It is a contemporary museum where you can see around 200 paintings and about 550 sketches that exhibit Van Gogh in varied styles. The core of the museum is the letters of Van Gogh and chosen works of his friends and colleagues.

Museum Amstelkring is another tourist attraction of Amsterdam, which is situated on the corner of the Red Light District. You can see the restored canal house of the 17th century, which has two smaller houses to its back side. The renovated rooms, religious artifacts, church silver and paintings are a must see here.

Magere Brug is a tranquil place that is a drawbridge of Dutch style that connects two sides of river Amstel. You must visit the place to witness the original construction, which was made way back in 1670. It is a great place for some solitary moments of peace and harmony.

Oude Kerk is a colossal protestant church that has small houses clutched to its sides. It is a peaceful resort from the frenzied Red Light District. Originally, it was meant for sailors to get the bearings. The Gothic styled bell tower in octagonal shape reflects the renaissance era.

Do not forget to visit the famous Anne Frank House, which was a hiding place for her where she wrote her renowned diary during World War II. The original diary of Anne Frank is on display so do check out that for sure.

Civic Guards Gallery is another tourist spot here. You can witness the old traditional paintings of the Dutch Golden Era in this gallery, which enjoys natural light. These paintings are a reflection of the Amsterdam residents and their families, which also display the civilization and culture many centuries ago.