AMSTERDAM, HEIR OF THE GOLDEN CENTURY
A 19th century globe-trotter
An episode from the series PUTIPHAR'S TRAVEL GUIDE
19th century Amsterdam was one of the most popular destinations for those interested in architecture.
The maze of its canals reveals many surprises like the facades of a Golden Age still alive or the big wheels of ancient mills. The charm of the city is even more obvious on the Dam Place or in the alleys of the flower markets.
Unless, you decide to ride a bike in search of different pleasures in De Wallen, better known as the Red Quarter.