There are a few things you can try. To begin with, you want to try to reduce humidity levels. A good way to do this is with a dehumidifier or even an air conditioner. A dehumidifier will draw water vapor into a tank instead of allowing it to accumulate on surfaces.
If you love to have many plants in your home, this will contribute to greater humidity levels. Having less plants will reduce the humidity. Opening windows and doors to air out the home is another simple option, keep in mind though, that this will only work if the outside air is not as humid as the indoor air.
An effective way to reduce condensation is to insulate pipes. Remember, though, that if you are relying on these pipes to provide heat for the home, insulating them will stop this.
If you have tried different methods of reducing condensation and still find water accumulation, you should have a professional check it out for you. It may not be condensation but instead could be a water leak, which will cause even greater issues if left unchecked.