The Koninklijk Paleis in Amsterdam is one of three royal palaces in the Netherlands.
It was originally built in the 17th century as the city hall. Taking pride of place on the west side of Dam Square, the palace is used by the monarch for entertaining and official state functions.
The palace is open most of the year but as it is still used for Royal events it may be closed on the day you wish to visit. Please ensure that you check the calendar available on the Opening Times link before making any plans.