Come explore the Royal Palace of Amsterdam's hidden treasures. The current Dutch Palace represents both the Great European History and the numerous tales associated with the artwork, objects, and sculptures that adorn it now.
The Palace is located on the west side of Dam Square, a significant Town square in the nation's capital, near to the Nieuwe Kerk, a 15th-century church, and across from the War Memorial. The most historically significant part of the city fits the rich appearance perfectly!
The palace, like many other European palaces, is well known for its history and architecture. The palace served as the town hall for the Amsterdam magistrates during the Dutch Golden Age.
According to some historical records, it was also regarded to be the eighth wonder of the globe and the largest secular and governmental structure in all of Europe in the 17th century. The town hall of the time was a crucial location for socioeconomic transactions taking place in the city.
One will love the sheer size of the majestic structure and the numerous battles and difficulties that it had to endure during its lifespan in addition to the numerous events that took place there.
The Dutch royal family now uses it mostly to host and receive guests on important occasions. It is as accessible as possible to the general public and tourists, and a guided tour and the museum will make your trip quite enjoyable.
Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 147, 1012 RJ Amsterdam The Netherlands