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Culture in Amsterdam

Few cities meld history with modern urban flair like Amsterdam. You won’t get far without discovering a masterpiece of art, traditional pub, buzzing market or waterway.
A bridge on the Bloemgracht canal in the Jordaan district
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This museum houses the world’s largest collection of the great 19th-century Dutch painter’s works. It is as much a tour through his troubled mind as through his work. There are also paintings by Gauguin, Toulouse-Lautrec, Monet and Bernard. Book ahead (; Museumplein 6; 9am–7pm Sun– Thu, to 10pm Fri, to 9pm Sat, shorter hours Sep–mid -Jul; £15).


The Netherlands’ premier art trove splashes Rembrandts, Vermeers and 7,500 other masterpieces across its galleries. The crowds huddle around the Golden Age artworks, so the remaining rooms are free for browsing antique ship models, Dutch Delftware pottery and magic lanterns. Visit after 3pm and pre-book tickets. The gardens are free (; Museumstraat 1; 9am–5pm; £15).

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In the June issue… We are heading to some of the world's most exciting cities. Discover the spirit of Havana through the eyes of five of its citizens, experience two sides to St Petersburg a century after revolution pitted tsars against Soviets, and touch down in two dozen more cities around the world, with new openings to find in places including Seattle, Johannesburg, Mexico City and Dublin. Our Great Escape this month is to the charmed coastline and stirring moors of South Devon, plus we also have a recipe-filled tour of Japan's best regional cuisine, and much more