Sublocality Level 2
This is the Red Light Area of Amsterdam, there are lot's of bar's and restaurants and of course coffee shops here, it can be very busy and touristy.
You need to have seen this area at least once in your life. Be careful though, pickpockets etc.
“The Anne Frank House is a writer's house and biographical museum dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank. The building is located on a canal called the Prinsengracht, close to the Westerkerk, in central Amsterdam. How to get: Tram 5, 12, 3 to Museumplein, and Walk to Anne Frank House.”
“Obviously a need to see when in Amsterdam. If you don't like art, go for the amazing building. We always visit at the end of the day (1.5 hour before closing time). It is not that busy anymore and there is enough time to see a part of the museum. It is way too big to see everything at ones anyway.”
“Houses most of Van Gogh's work in basically chronological order (except for Starry Night, which is at the Met in NYC). Tickets sell out quickly for it, so reserve online in advance.”
“If you wanna enjoy more clubs and bars, you should go to Rembrandtplein! This place has a lot of smaller clubs and lots of bars. It's very touristic but also fun!”
“The Kalverstraat is a busy shopping street of Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. The street runs roughly North-South for about 750 meters, from Dam Square to Muntplein square. The Amsterdam Museum is located in a former orphanage between Kalverstraat and Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal. The Kalverstraat is the most expensive shopping street in the Netherlands, with rents of up to 3000 euros per square meter (2016). In 2009 it was the 17th most expensive street in the world measured by rent prices. The Kalverstraat is also the most expensive street in the Dutch version of Monopoly.”