You’ll be in Amsterdam in no time. Especially if you take the train. It runs several times an hour from Leiden Central and will save you traffic jams and steep parking fees. If you do go by car, park at the P+R outside city center and take a tram. By far the cheapest option.

Train into town

The train will drop you off in the heart of Amsterdam. From there you’ll easily find the shops, museums, red light district streets and quaint canals you’re looking for. It can get pretty crowded, but hey, you’ll be back at Tuk aan de in no time anyway.

Where to go
Anne Frank, Rijksmuseum, the canals – well, we hardly need to advertise Amsterdam. If you’re at a loss since there is just so much to see, don’t hesitate to ask for advice. We do get there now and again, and we love to nudge you in the right direction.

Anne Frank, Amsterdam, het Achterhuis
© Anne Frank House / Photographer: Cris Toala Olivares
Anne Frank, achterhuis, jordaan
The Diary of Anne Frank, 1st edition. © Anne Frank House