Amsterdam (Netherlands) will be one of the host venues of the next European Championship organized by UEFA that will start on next June 11, 2021 in a context marked by restrictions and sanitary measures to face the coronavirus pandemic.
Thus, ehe Johan Cruijff Arena will host a total of four matches from this tournament international and, according to current planning, this stadium will host a total of 12,000 fans per game by allowing the entry of people up to 25% of its capacity.
Amsterdam is one of the cities in Europe that receives the most tourists each year, with about 17 million visitors, and it is no wonder. The jewel of the city is Rijksmuseum, one of the most important art and history museums of Europe that houses some of the best works of the Golden Age. During this tour it is also mandatory a stop at the Van Gogh Museum and enjoy one of the green lungs of the city: the Vondelpark.
This city offers everything from ancient churches to museums and green spaces, but without a doubt its canals and bridges are world famous. Take a boat and see its hanging houses and its old town It is one of the almost mandatory activities for everyone who comes to the city. One of the main recommendations is stroll along the Herengracht canal, located in the Jordaan district.
This area of the city is the old Jewish quarter, where the famous Anne Frank House. For many travelers, it is the most beautiful and charming part of the city, so it is essential on the route.
Another of the places that can not be missing in the visit is the famous Red Light District, one of the most emblematic symbols of the city, as well as the popular Flower market or Bloemenmarkt. The Leidseplein It would be the next stop on this route through the most characteristic places of the city as it is known for its lively life.
And one of the activities that you should do in Amsterdam is a bike ride through its many labyrinthine streets until you reach the mythical Central Station or the A’dam viewpoint to contemplate the city from the heights.