Timings : 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Last Entry: 4:30 PM
Time Required : 2-3 hours
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The Royal Palace of Amsterdam is the seat of Dutch royalty and one of the three palaces in the Netherlands at the disposal of the Monarch by the Act of Parliament, in Dam Square, Amsterdam. Built in the seventeenth century, this stunning palace, also known as the Paleis op de Dam, is King Willem-Alexander’s official reception palace and is still used for state visits, royal receptions, and award ceremonies. The public is allowed to visit most of the important rooms, making the Royal Palace of Amsterdam a perfect stop for architecture enthusiasts, history buffs and just about any tourist interested in Dutch history.
The magnificent architecture, exquisite sculptures, beautiful paintings, wall hangings, rich furniture, and the glistening chandeliers adorn this 350-year-old palace. Visitors are welcome to explore the elegance of Dutch royalty. The maginificent Royal Palace of Amsterdam is the largest and most prestigious building from the Dutch Golden Age, making it one of the Netherlands’ most important monuments. The Royal Palace is a fitting bridge from the royal past to the present that does justice to the wealth and grandeur of the throne.
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