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What to do when you are already in the Netherlands? Amsterdam and its surroundings offer incredible sporting and cultural opportunities. Take a look at our tips for making the most of this free-spirited metropolis. And if you want to venture further afield, that's no problem. The Netherlands is a relatively small country, and you can get close to everywhere. 

Zandtvort is famous for its circuit and its beach. If you're a beach bum with a love of motorsports, you've come to the right place. But you can also experience a bit of adrenaline here. Visit the Zandvoort Escape Room or the Jump Park.

Experience a walk through Dutch history when visiting Haarlem. The city is famous for its well-preserved buildings and magical atmosphere. Visit the Frans Hals Museum, which houses an impressive collection of paintings by the Dutch artist. The Teylers Museum is also worth a visit. Banker Teyler's collection of immeasurable value includes old scientific instruments or collections of drawings by Michelangelo Buonarroti and Rembrandt van Rijn. On a boat ride through Haarlem, stop at the De Adriaan windmill, which has become a symbol of the city. 

Explore the streets and atmosphere of Amsterdam, on foot, by bike or by boat on the iconic water canals. Visit the Bloemenmarkt - a floating flower market or the Waterlooplein flea market.

There are several important museums in Amsterdam. You can plan a visit to the Anne Frank House, the museum of Vincent van Gogh, the world-renowned Dutch painter. The museum dedicated to the artist Rembrandt van Rijn is slightly more modest but more distinctive. If you have plenty of time, check out the National Museum. The Rijksmuseum is the largest museum in the Netherlands and houses an incredible 8,000 artefacts, primarily paintings. 

Amsterdam is famous for its laid-back atmosphere and somewhat controversial attractions: the red-light district and cafés. The Red Light District offers a unique experience. Walking through the streets, you will pass typically red-lit windows where sex workers are on display. Next to them, you will find several sex shops or even a museum with this theme. Enjoy your walk and follow the only rule: not to take photos or videos.

Another tourist attraction is the Coffeeshops, which are known for their tolerance of marijuana use and provide a relaxed environment for visitors to enjoy marijuana. Coffeeshops will also usually give you advice on supply and consumption options. You can find them almost everywhere. But if you want an authentic experience, it's better to go outside the city centre where you'll get a professional approach and not just be labelled a tourist. 

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