Amsterdam is a fairytale city thanks to its thousand canals that divine it in many islets. Boutiques, cafes, apartments and hotels can be hidden behind the facades of rural houses, but the appearance of this beautiful old town has not changed much since the golden age of the nineteenth century. There are still about 7,000 historic buildings, many of which are beautiful merchant's palaces, located along the canals that are arranged in five concentric circles, connected by bridges and intriguing little streets. On a silent Sunday or a summer evening, when the old facades are illuminated, the city is magical. Hire a bike and don't worry too much about where you are, pedal and let your curiosity guide you. Turn right and then left and we're sure you'll find some unexpected places.