Amsterdam Travelguide

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Amsterdam Travelguide

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Although there was freedom of religion in 16 and 17 century Amsterdam, Catholics were prohibited to practice their religion in public. Which encouraged Jan Hartman to build this Catholic Church in the attic of his house.
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Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder (Our Lord in the Attic Museum)
38 Oudezijds Voorburgwal
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Although there was freedom of religion in 16 and 17 century Amsterdam, Catholics were prohibited to practice their religion in public. Which encouraged Jan Hartman to build this Catholic Church in the attic of his house.
The museum contains a great many beautiful paintings and artifacts from the 17 century high tide of the Republic of the Netherlands. The centerpiece being Rembrandt's Nightwatch.
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Рейксмузей
1 Museumstraat
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The museum contains a great many beautiful paintings and artifacts from the 17 century high tide of the Republic of the Netherlands. The centerpiece being Rembrandt's Nightwatch.
The greatest collection of Vincent Van Gogh masterpieces in the world. Make a reservation online so you will have fast and easy access.
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Музей Ван Гога
6 Museumplein
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The greatest collection of Vincent Van Gogh masterpieces in the world. Make a reservation online so you will have fast and easy access.
Anne's world famous diary was written and situated in this house. If you want to visit buy a ticket online. I advice to make your reservation a few weeks in advance because the number of visitors is enormous and it would be sad if you missed it.
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Дом Анны Франк
263-267 Prinsengracht
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Anne's world famous diary was written and situated in this house. If you want to visit buy a ticket online. I advice to make your reservation a few weeks in advance because the number of visitors is enormous and it would be sad if you missed it.
A quiet historic courtyard in the very center of Amsterdam. It is a 12 century courtyard including a chapel from the Middle Ages. The inhabitants were unmarried women. Because of all the wars there was a surplus of women, who could only keep alive if they united and lived together in small communities such as this one.
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Бегейнхоф, Амстердам
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A quiet historic courtyard in the very center of Amsterdam. It is a 12 century courtyard including a chapel from the Middle Ages. The inhabitants were unmarried women. Because of all the wars there was a surplus of women, who could only keep alive if they united and lived together in small communities such as this one.
What is now known as royal palace was build in 1655 as the new city hall of the city. At that time it was the biggest, non religious, building on the planet. It is not always open to visitors, so check the website and make a reservation. You can get an audiotour at the entrance.
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Королевский дворец
147 Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal
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What is now known as royal palace was build in 1655 as the new city hall of the city. At that time it was the biggest, non religious, building on the planet. It is not always open to visitors, so check the website and make a reservation. You can get an audiotour at the entrance.
Amsterdam is famous for its canals. But why were they built in the first place? And how did they do it? Situated in a beautiful 17 century canal house this museum will answer all your questions about the Amsterdam Canal district.
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Het Grachtenhuis
386 Herengracht
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Amsterdam is famous for its canals. But why were they built in the first place? And how did they do it? Situated in a beautiful 17 century canal house this museum will answer all your questions about the Amsterdam Canal district.
Besides the Red Light District, there is also a sexmuseum you can visit. It shows the historic and artistic side of sexuality. Visitors have to be 16 or older.
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Sexmuseum de Venustempel
18 Damrak
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Besides the Red Light District, there is also a sexmuseum you can visit. It shows the historic and artistic side of sexuality. Visitors have to be 16 or older.
A 5 dimensional view on the Netherlands. See, hear, taste, smell and feel the main aspects of the Netherlands in a 5 D flight experience. You will have to book your tickets online for a specific time in advance. It is behind Central Station on the opposite side of the IJ waters. Cross it by ferry that leaves behind Central Station.
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This is Holland
51 Overhoeksplein
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A 5 dimensional view on the Netherlands. See, hear, taste, smell and feel the main aspects of the Netherlands in a 5 D flight experience. You will have to book your tickets online for a specific time in advance. It is behind Central Station on the opposite side of the IJ waters. Cross it by ferry that leaves behind Central Station.
Dutch brewery Heineken situated were it all began more than 150 years ago. Take a historic trip from early, local beginnings to a worldwide beer brand. And while you are there, visit De Pijp, the neighbourhood with trendy shops and restaurants.
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Heineken Experience
78 Stadhouderskade
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Dutch brewery Heineken situated were it all began more than 150 years ago. Take a historic trip from early, local beginnings to a worldwide beer brand. And while you are there, visit De Pijp, the neighbourhood with trendy shops and restaurants.
In the oldest part of Amsterdam you'll find the Nieuwmarkt. Close to the Red Light District and in Amsterdams Chinatown. Notice that street names are also written in Chinese here. There is a small market and many cafés and restaurants here. The square is dominated by "De Waag" originally a old city gate. In the anatomical theater inside the building Rembrandt painted his famous Anatomical lesson of Prof Tulp. The theater is still there. On the market square itself there were executions by Guillotine in the Napoleonic times.
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Nieuwmarkt
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In the oldest part of Amsterdam you'll find the Nieuwmarkt. Close to the Red Light District and in Amsterdams Chinatown. Notice that street names are also written in Chinese here. There is a small market and many cafés and restaurants here. The square is dominated by "De Waag" originally a old city gate. In the anatomical theater inside the building Rembrandt painted his famous Anatomical lesson of Prof Tulp. The theater is still there. On the market square itself there were executions by Guillotine in the Napoleonic times.
Take a look inside a huge and famous canal house. Take in the atmosphere of the 17 century and see how people lived in a huge house like this. Make a time reservation online.
Museumhuis Bartolotti
170 Herengracht
Take a look inside a huge and famous canal house. Take in the atmosphere of the 17 century and see how people lived in a huge house like this. Make a time reservation online.
A good way to explore the city center on arrival is to take a canal cruise. See Amsterdam from the waterfront. There are different cruises. You can take a cruise by night, a hop-on-hop-off cruise, Burgers & (Hot)Dogs cruise or a dinner cruise. A great way to see the city
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Lovers Canal Cruises
14 Stationsplein
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A good way to explore the city center on arrival is to take a canal cruise. See Amsterdam from the waterfront. There are different cruises. You can take a cruise by night, a hop-on-hop-off cruise, Burgers & (Hot)Dogs cruise or a dinner cruise. A great way to see the city
During more than 100 years Amsterdam dominated the world trade in the 17 century. Trade took place by ship and it is said that for every 3 ships two of them were Dutch. The Republic also had a fierce navy and in the maritime museum you can learn all about this glorious past. You can also visit the 17 century ship "Amsterdam" that lies in front of the museum.
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Музей судоходства
1 Kattenburgerplein
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During more than 100 years Amsterdam dominated the world trade in the 17 century. Trade took place by ship and it is said that for every 3 ships two of them were Dutch. The Republic also had a fierce navy and in the maritime museum you can learn all about this glorious past. You can also visit the 17 century ship "Amsterdam" that lies in front of the museum.
Visit one of the largest trading ships of the United East Indië Company (VOC). It lies right in front of the Maritime Museum. Both are worth a visit.
VOC-schip De Amsterdam
1 Kattenburgerplein
Visit one of the largest trading ships of the United East Indië Company (VOC). It lies right in front of the Maritime Museum. Both are worth a visit.
Learn all about the city of Amsterdam, the past, present and future.
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Amsterdam Museum
92 Kalverstraat
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Learn all about the city of Amsterdam, the past, present and future.
Situated in a beautiful building on the banks of the river Amstel is the former house for elderly women. It is now transformed in the beautiful museum Hermitage. With ever changing exhibitions and a very good restaurant inside worth a visit.
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Эрмитаж на Амстеле
51 Amstel
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Situated in a beautiful building on the banks of the river Amstel is the former house for elderly women. It is now transformed in the beautiful museum Hermitage. With ever changing exhibitions and a very good restaurant inside worth a visit.
We all know Rembrandt and his work. But where did he live? What did his studio look like? How did he paint? All this and much more can be experienced in the house that he lived in which is now a museum.
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Дом-музей Рембрандта
4 Jodenbreestraat
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We all know Rembrandt and his work. But where did he live? What did his studio look like? How did he paint? All this and much more can be experienced in the house that he lived in which is now a museum.
The oldest building in the city, built in 1306. The church is still in service and the burial place of Saskia van Uylenburgh, Rembrandt's first wife.
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Аудекерк
23 Oudekerksplein
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The oldest building in the city, built in 1306. The church is still in service and the burial place of Saskia van Uylenburgh, Rembrandt's first wife.
A 400 year old church at the edge of De Jordaan next door to the Anne Frank house. The clock in the tower could be seen and heard by Anne at her hiding place. You can visit the church and climb up the tower. Rembrandt is buried here, although nobody knows exactly where. In a house on the Westermarkt was where once René Descartes lived.
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Westerkerk
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A 400 year old church at the edge of De Jordaan next door to the Anne Frank house. The clock in the tower could be seen and heard by Anne at her hiding place. You can visit the church and climb up the tower. Rembrandt is buried here, although nobody knows exactly where. In a house on the Westermarkt was where once René Descartes lived.
Next to the royal palace you can find the New Church. The last resting place of Admiral De Ruyter, the great admiral of the second half of the 17 century and the one that surprised the British fleet in the raid on the Medway. There are different exhibitions in the church and yearly one for World Press Photo. It has no tower, it was part of the plans but never built.
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Ньиве керк
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Next to the royal palace you can find the New Church. The last resting place of Admiral De Ruyter, the great admiral of the second half of the 17 century and the one that surprised the British fleet in the raid on the Medway. There are different exhibitions in the church and yearly one for World Press Photo. It has no tower, it was part of the plans but never built.
Everybody who knows Amsterdam, knows the Albert Cuyp Market! The Market is originated in 1905 and is one of the favorite locations for locals, but also for tourists, students, day trippers and entrepreneurs. The Albert Cuyp Market is located in one of the most popular areas of Amsterdam. You can experience authentic Amsterdam atmosphere, humor and “gezelligheid” in the streets. A trip to Amsterdam is not complete without visiting the Albert Cuyp Market. There is no market place like the Albert Cuyp Market. The market is open, six days per week, and is home to 260 market stalls. This makes the Albert Cuyp the biggest market of Europe!
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Рынок Альберта Кейпа
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Everybody who knows Amsterdam, knows the Albert Cuyp Market! The Market is originated in 1905 and is one of the favorite locations for locals, but also for tourists, students, day trippers and entrepreneurs. The Albert Cuyp Market is located in one of the most popular areas of Amsterdam. You can experience authentic Amsterdam atmosphere, humor and “gezelligheid” in the streets. A trip to Amsterdam is not complete without visiting the Albert Cuyp Market. There is no market place like the Albert Cuyp Market. The market is open, six days per week, and is home to 260 market stalls. This makes the Albert Cuyp the biggest market of Europe!
The Zaanse Schans is a residential area in which the 18th and 19th centuries are brought to life. Despite the fact that visitors from all over the world visit this neighborhood every day, it is good to know that people still live here. Keep this in mind during your visit. Stroll past the bakery museum and enjoy the smell of fresh cookies, or take a look at the warehouse where clogs are made. You should be sure not to miss the cheese factory, pewter foundry and the various windmills. The Zaanse Schans is a unique part of the Netherlands, full of wooden houses, mills, barns and workshops. Make a cycling or sailing trip, browse the shops or treat yourself at the pancake restaurant. A day out at the Zaanse Schans in North Holland is fun and educational.
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Зансе-Сханс
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The Zaanse Schans is a residential area in which the 18th and 19th centuries are brought to life. Despite the fact that visitors from all over the world visit this neighborhood every day, it is good to know that people still live here. Keep this in mind during your visit. Stroll past the bakery museum and enjoy the smell of fresh cookies, or take a look at the warehouse where clogs are made. You should be sure not to miss the cheese factory, pewter foundry and the various windmills. The Zaanse Schans is a unique part of the Netherlands, full of wooden houses, mills, barns and workshops. Make a cycling or sailing trip, browse the shops or treat yourself at the pancake restaurant. A day out at the Zaanse Schans in North Holland is fun and educational.
The Moco Museum is an independent museum with a wide range of inspiring modern, contemporary, and street art – located in Amsterdam (the Netherlands) and Barcelona (Spain). In our collection, Moco exhibits Banksy, Jean-Michel Basquiat, JR, KAWS, Keith Haring, Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Yayoi Kusama, Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol, Studio Irma, and so many more! We offer visitors an unparalleled collection of art to reflect on modern society. Moco Amsterdam is housed in Villa Alsberg, a townhouse overlooking Museumplein in the heart of Amsterdam. The building was designed in 1904 by Eduard Cuypers, nephew of the renowned Pierre Cuypers, designer of Amsterdam Central Station and the Rijksmuseum. This privately-owned residence was one of the first family homes built along Museumplein and retained this function until 1939. Subsequently, the house was let to priests who taught at the Saint Nicolas School in Amsterdam, and later it was converted into an office for a law firm.
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Moco Museum
20 Honthorststraat
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The Moco Museum is an independent museum with a wide range of inspiring modern, contemporary, and street art – located in Amsterdam (the Netherlands) and Barcelona (Spain). In our collection, Moco exhibits Banksy, Jean-Michel Basquiat, JR, KAWS, Keith Haring, Jeff Koons, Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Yayoi Kusama, Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol, Studio Irma, and so many more! We offer visitors an unparalleled collection of art to reflect on modern society. Moco Amsterdam is housed in Villa Alsberg, a townhouse overlooking Museumplein in the heart of Amsterdam. The building was designed in 1904 by Eduard Cuypers, nephew of the renowned Pierre Cuypers, designer of Amsterdam Central Station and the Rijksmuseum. This privately-owned residence was one of the first family homes built along Museumplein and retained this function until 1939. Subsequently, the house was let to priests who taught at the Saint Nicolas School in Amsterdam, and later it was converted into an office for a law firm.
Book a stadium tour. Step into the ArenA and explore the home of Ajax! On this tour of the Johan Cruijff ArenA, a guide or audio tour will show you all the highlights. See, hear and smell the ArenA and feel a part of this iconic place. More info and tickets on the site of the stadium.
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Амстердам АренА
1 ArenA Boulevard
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Book a stadium tour. Step into the ArenA and explore the home of Ajax! On this tour of the Johan Cruijff ArenA, a guide or audio tour will show you all the highlights. See, hear and smell the ArenA and feel a part of this iconic place. More info and tickets on the site of the stadium.
Blue Amsterdam is a café and restaurant with an amazing 360-degree view of the city. Located in the top of a futuristic glass tower in the middle of the city centre, Blue offers a view of Amsterdam you have never seen before. You can see a lot of Amsterdam’s highlights: Rijksmuseum, Munttoren, Westerkerk, Central Station, Royal Palace and the flower market. Take the glass elevator to the third floor and have a look around.
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Blue Amsterdam
457 Singel
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Blue Amsterdam is a café and restaurant with an amazing 360-degree view of the city. Located in the top of a futuristic glass tower in the middle of the city centre, Blue offers a view of Amsterdam you have never seen before. You can see a lot of Amsterdam’s highlights: Rijksmuseum, Munttoren, Westerkerk, Central Station, Royal Palace and the flower market. Take the glass elevator to the third floor and have a look around.
A’DAM LOOKOUT is an observation deck with an unrivalled panoramic view of Amsterdam. You’ll see the city’s historical centre, its pulsating port, the unique Dutch polder landscape and you’ll spot the famous canals which belong to the UNESCO World Heritage list. Complementing the experience is a state-of-the-art interactive exhibition and free audio tour about Amsterdam’s history and culture. A’DAM LOOKOUT is located on top of the A’DAM Tower in Amsterdam North. For you daredevils and thrill seekers, get your adrenaline rush with Europe’s highest swing ‘Over The Edge’ and dangle 100 metres above the ground, back and forth over the edge of the tower with Amsterdam below your feet. Or take a seat in the Amsterdam VR ride, a unique virtual reality rollercoaster through the city. Enjoy the unrivalled view of our capital city while the adrenaline flows through your veins.
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A'DAM Lookout
5 Overhoeksplein
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A’DAM LOOKOUT is an observation deck with an unrivalled panoramic view of Amsterdam. You’ll see the city’s historical centre, its pulsating port, the unique Dutch polder landscape and you’ll spot the famous canals which belong to the UNESCO World Heritage list. Complementing the experience is a state-of-the-art interactive exhibition and free audio tour about Amsterdam’s history and culture. A’DAM LOOKOUT is located on top of the A’DAM Tower in Amsterdam North. For you daredevils and thrill seekers, get your adrenaline rush with Europe’s highest swing ‘Over The Edge’ and dangle 100 metres above the ground, back and forth over the edge of the tower with Amsterdam below your feet. Or take a seat in the Amsterdam VR ride, a unique virtual reality rollercoaster through the city. Enjoy the unrivalled view of our capital city while the adrenaline flows through your veins.
City/town information
Haarlem is very nearby with a magnificent historic center, good restaurants and terraces for food and drinks and a great place to do some shopping. Easy to reach by train and the station is right in the center of the city.
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Харлем
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Haarlem is very nearby with a magnificent historic center, good restaurants and terraces for food and drinks and a great place to do some shopping. Easy to reach by train and the station is right in the center of the city.
Situated on the shore of the North Sea is Zandvoort. It is easy to reach by train and in high season many trains leave every hour from Central Station that will take you there. Have a swim in the sea, enjoy the sunshine, eat or drink something at one of the beach clubs and take a stroll through this small beach town. And of course there is the F1 Grand Prix here once a year.
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Зандворт
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Situated on the shore of the North Sea is Zandvoort. It is easy to reach by train and in high season many trains leave every hour from Central Station that will take you there. Have a swim in the sea, enjoy the sunshine, eat or drink something at one of the beach clubs and take a stroll through this small beach town. And of course there is the F1 Grand Prix here once a year.
There is plenty to do all year round in Volendam, Holland’s best-known fishing village. Take a look in the handsome old harbour full of old Dutch ships and take a boat trip to Marken. Or have your photo taken wearing traditional Volendam clothes and learn more about Volendam in one of its museums. There really is so much to do in Volendam that one day is simply not enough. There is a bus line from Amsterdam to Volendam. Or will you come by bicycle? There is a bicycle route of some 25 km from Amsterdam through the polders and past villages.
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Волендам
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There is plenty to do all year round in Volendam, Holland’s best-known fishing village. Take a look in the handsome old harbour full of old Dutch ships and take a boat trip to Marken. Or have your photo taken wearing traditional Volendam clothes and learn more about Volendam in one of its museums. There really is so much to do in Volendam that one day is simply not enough. There is a bus line from Amsterdam to Volendam. Or will you come by bicycle? There is a bicycle route of some 25 km from Amsterdam through the polders and past villages.
Utrecht is the lively, beating heart of Holland. It was built around the Dom tower, which you can see from any point in the city, so there is no way you can get lost in the attractive, car-free city centre. Utrecht boasts beautiful canals with extraordinary wharf cellars housing cafés and terraces by the water. As well as the Dom tower, Utrecht boasts hundreds of other monuments that each contribute to the special atmosphere in this centuries-old university town. By train from Amsterdam Central Station it takes 30 minutes to get to Utrecht Central and you are right in the city center of Utrecht. It is only about 35 km from Amsterdam!
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Утрехт
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Utrecht is the lively, beating heart of Holland. It was built around the Dom tower, which you can see from any point in the city, so there is no way you can get lost in the attractive, car-free city centre. Utrecht boasts beautiful canals with extraordinary wharf cellars housing cafés and terraces by the water. As well as the Dom tower, Utrecht boasts hundreds of other monuments that each contribute to the special atmosphere in this centuries-old university town. By train from Amsterdam Central Station it takes 30 minutes to get to Utrecht Central and you are right in the city center of Utrecht. It is only about 35 km from Amsterdam!
Buurten
Green and quiet but fast connected to the city center, Schiphol, Haarlem, Zandvoort. There is a small city beach at the lakeside, a big park for walks and relaxation, a local market, shopping center and restaurants.
Slotermeer-Zuidwest
Green and quiet but fast connected to the city center, Schiphol, Haarlem, Zandvoort. There is a small city beach at the lakeside, a big park for walks and relaxation, a local market, shopping center and restaurants.
A trendy neighborhood where you can visit the "Albert Cuyp" market. Try fresh baked stroopwafels or for the real thrill seeker eat a salted haring. Enjoy the many cafés and restaurants that you find here.
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De Pijp
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A trendy neighborhood where you can visit the "Albert Cuyp" market. Try fresh baked stroopwafels or for the real thrill seeker eat a salted haring. Enjoy the many cafés and restaurants that you find here.
When visiting the Museumsquare one can choose between Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh museum, Stedelijk museum, MOCO, Royal Concertbuilding, lunch at restaurants in the Conservatorium Hotel, in short you can spend more than a day in this environment.
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Museumkwartier
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When visiting the Museumsquare one can choose between Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh museum, Stedelijk museum, MOCO, Royal Concertbuilding, lunch at restaurants in the Conservatorium Hotel, in short you can spend more than a day in this environment.
This part of Amsterdam contains a lot of buildings in the style that is called "Amsterdamse school". Take a stroll along the Apollolaan, shop in the Beethovenstraat, get a drink in Café Wildschut relax in "het Vondelpark" or go see the Olympic Stadium from 1928.
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Amsterdam Oud-Zuid
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This part of Amsterdam contains a lot of buildings in the style that is called "Amsterdamse school". Take a stroll along the Apollolaan, shop in the Beethovenstraat, get a drink in Café Wildschut relax in "het Vondelpark" or go see the Olympic Stadium from 1928.
This is not just a beautiful park close to the center, but it contains also the "Westergas" terrain. That is a cultural hotspot with trendy restaurants and bars (do not miss the hamburgers and beer(IPA)in "Brouwerij Troost"), shops, theaters, dance clubs to name some things.
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Westerpark
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This is not just a beautiful park close to the center, but it contains also the "Westergas" terrain. That is a cultural hotspot with trendy restaurants and bars (do not miss the hamburgers and beer(IPA)in "Brouwerij Troost"), shops, theaters, dance clubs to name some things.
This neighborhood is from 1612 and was for working-class people. It has always been a very dynamic area, and it still is. Walk down the small streets, Don't forget to shop on the Haarlemmerdijk and the Haarlemmerstraat. Or see the little shops and restaurants in "De negen straatjes". Look at the houses and the "Brouwersgracht" Visit café Lowietje, for the real Jordaan atmosphere. You will find a great number of restaurants in this area. From a little more expensive (Toscanini, Daalder) to cheap bites. Go check out the restaurants around the Noorderkerk too. And every Monday there is market on the Noordermarkt.
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Йордан
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This neighborhood is from 1612 and was for working-class people. It has always been a very dynamic area, and it still is. Walk down the small streets, Don't forget to shop on the Haarlemmerdijk and the Haarlemmerstraat. Or see the little shops and restaurants in "De negen straatjes". Look at the houses and the "Brouwersgracht" Visit café Lowietje, for the real Jordaan atmosphere. You will find a great number of restaurants in this area. From a little more expensive (Toscanini, Daalder) to cheap bites. Go check out the restaurants around the Noorderkerk too. And every Monday there is market on the Noordermarkt.
In the old Jewish quarter most Jews lived there since the early 17 century. It is the birthplace of Spinoza and the home of Rembrandt. During the nazi occupation here was the Jewish getto. You can still visit the Portuguese Synagoge and on the other side of the road the Jewish Historical Museum, housed in four former synagogs. Many Jewish people worked in the diamond business. You can still visit the factory of Gassan Diamonds when you book a tour.
Jodenbuurt
In the old Jewish quarter most Jews lived there since the early 17 century. It is the birthplace of Spinoza and the home of Rembrandt. During the nazi occupation here was the Jewish getto. You can still visit the Portuguese Synagoge and on the other side of the road the Jewish Historical Museum, housed in four former synagogs. Many Jewish people worked in the diamond business. You can still visit the factory of Gassan Diamonds when you book a tour.
aka as Red light district. Amsterdams erotic neighborhood in the oldest part of the city. Please behave when you walk through this area and treat the women with respect.
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Де Валлен
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aka as Red light district. Amsterdams erotic neighborhood in the oldest part of the city. Please behave when you walk through this area and treat the women with respect.
Uit eten
Go visit here. In a former tram depot you will find a wide variety of food. Stroll over the food market, buy what you want to eat and drink and find a table to sit. Want some more? Just have another go! There is a wide variety of foods available. There is always something you will like.
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Foodhallen
51 Bellamyplein
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Go visit here. In a former tram depot you will find a wide variety of food. Stroll over the food market, buy what you want to eat and drink and find a table to sit. Want some more? Just have another go! There is a wide variety of foods available. There is always something you will like.
Thai food, maybe the best in the city. There is a snackbar and tiny, very busy restaurant.
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Bird Thais Restaurant
72-74 Zeedijk
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Thai food, maybe the best in the city. There is a snackbar and tiny, very busy restaurant.
Fish & Chips restaurant. Get a good and decent meal for about 15 euros.
The Good Companion
264 Westerstraat
Fish & Chips restaurant. Get a good and decent meal for about 15 euros.
Authentic Chinese Food for a good price.
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New King
115-117 Zeedijk
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Authentic Chinese Food for a good price.
New, overlooking the lake and with a nice terrace. On walking distance from Amsterdam CityRoomZ.
Restaurant Oeverzicht
1 Oostoever
New, overlooking the lake and with a nice terrace. On walking distance from Amsterdam CityRoomZ.
Simple meals for a reasonable price. Open for lunch & dinner or just some drinks on the terrace overlooking the beach and the lake. 5 minute walk from Amsterdam CityRoomZ
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Hotel Buiten
3 Th.J. Lammerslaan
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Simple meals for a reasonable price. Open for lunch & dinner or just some drinks on the terrace overlooking the beach and the lake. 5 minute walk from Amsterdam CityRoomZ
If you enjoy real French bread and pastry, pay a visit to Sebastian. A real authentic French Boulanger. Buy a delicious croissant or Pain au Chocolat. Bite in a freshly baked Baguette and much, much more.
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Le Fournil de Sébastien Amsterdam
119 Olympiaplein
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If you enjoy real French bread and pastry, pay a visit to Sebastian. A real authentic French Boulanger. Buy a delicious croissant or Pain au Chocolat. Bite in a freshly baked Baguette and much, much more.
Lunch, Coffee and drinks at Les Saveurs, at the hotelschool. Open Monday to Friday 07:00 - 19:00 hours. Dinner at the restaurant of the hotelschool Le Début. Opening hours Monday to Friday 18:00 -22:30. Guest arrival time 18:00 - 18:15. Both restaurants are at 1.5 km distance, a 20 minute walk from Amsterdam CityRoomZ. For Le Début you need to make a reservation. Check the website. https://hotelschool.nl/en/hotels-restaurants/restaurants-amsterdam#!welcome
Le Début
171 Jan Evertsenstraat
Lunch, Coffee and drinks at Les Saveurs, at the hotelschool. Open Monday to Friday 07:00 - 19:00 hours. Dinner at the restaurant of the hotelschool Le Début. Opening hours Monday to Friday 18:00 -22:30. Guest arrival time 18:00 - 18:15. Both restaurants are at 1.5 km distance, a 20 minute walk from Amsterdam CityRoomZ. For Le Début you need to make a reservation. Check the website. https://hotelschool.nl/en/hotels-restaurants/restaurants-amsterdam#!welcome
In this funky bar with retro-interieur you can eat Asian dishes to share, like Okonomiyaki, a Japanese pancake with crab, shrimps and kimchi, or Japchae, Korean sweet-potato noodles or a spicy mango-salad
Sweet Jane
11 Jan Evertsenstraat
In this funky bar with retro-interieur you can eat Asian dishes to share, like Okonomiyaki, a Japanese pancake with crab, shrimps and kimchi, or Japchae, Korean sweet-potato noodles or a spicy mango-salad
"Bitterballen" is a typical Dutch snack. Here they can be eaten with a great diversity of fillings like Risotto, Lobster, Peking duck, Wagame. 25 different kinds to accompany your drinks. Go there, try it!
Bar Bitterbal
18 Utrechtsestraat
"Bitterballen" is a typical Dutch snack. Here they can be eaten with a great diversity of fillings like Risotto, Lobster, Peking duck, Wagame. 25 different kinds to accompany your drinks. Go there, try it!
There is Heineken, but Amsterdam counts many small brewery's as well. One of those is on the "Westergasfabriek" part of Amsterdam. Troost offers a variety of beers but be sure to order some of the delicious burgers to go with it too, with some big Dutch fries!
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Brouwerij Troost Westergas
27 Pazzanistraat
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There is Heineken, but Amsterdam counts many small brewery's as well. One of those is on the "Westergasfabriek" part of Amsterdam. Troost offers a variety of beers but be sure to order some of the delicious burgers to go with it too, with some big Dutch fries!
Here the beer is brewed inside the restaurant but it still feels like a cosy living room. They are not only known for their 3 homemade beers which you can get yourself from the biertap, but for their fine meals too, like French Farm chicken from the BBQ.
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Bierfabriek Amsterdam
67 Nes
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Here the beer is brewed inside the restaurant but it still feels like a cosy living room. They are not only known for their 3 homemade beers which you can get yourself from the biertap, but for their fine meals too, like French Farm chicken from the BBQ.
In a part of "De Jordaan" known as "Little Italy" you can find La Perla where you can eat real Italian Pizza's made with fresh ingredients imported daily from Italy and make you feel you are in Italy for a moment.
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La Perla Pizzeria
53 Tweede Tuindwarsstraat
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In a part of "De Jordaan" known as "Little Italy" you can find La Perla where you can eat real Italian Pizza's made with fresh ingredients imported daily from Italy and make you feel you are in Italy for a moment.
Want to eat Pizza but on a low budget? Here every Monday all Pizza's are only 9 euro's. Have some money left for a desert try the Scropinno Pitcher.
Wilde Westen
198 Marnixstraat
Want to eat Pizza but on a low budget? Here every Monday all Pizza's are only 9 euro's. Have some money left for a desert try the Scropinno Pitcher.
Il Sogno is an Italian foot store but they sell great Pizza's and artisanal Italian ice cream also. Go and have a look, eat Pizza, ice cream for desert and do your Italian shopping too.
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Il Sogno, The Italian Conceptstore
19 Koningsstraat
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Il Sogno is an Italian foot store but they sell great Pizza's and artisanal Italian ice cream also. Go and have a look, eat Pizza, ice cream for desert and do your Italian shopping too.
Don't let the appearance fool you, but at Dumplings at the Nassausquare on the edge of the "Westerpark" you can eat delicious food. Traditional Chinese snacks like Peking Crepes, Bao's and of course different Dumplings.
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Dumplings
60 Nassauplein
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Don't let the appearance fool you, but at Dumplings at the Nassausquare on the edge of the "Westerpark" you can eat delicious food. Traditional Chinese snacks like Peking Crepes, Bao's and of course different Dumplings.
This chocolatier is in the top 10 of best chocolatiers of the world. They sell very special chocolates with Tea, Pepper, Nutmeg, Rum-Raisin and a great deal more. Do not miss it, go there!
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Puccini Bomboni
17 Staalstraat
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This chocolatier is in the top 10 of best chocolatiers of the world. They sell very special chocolates with Tea, Pepper, Nutmeg, Rum-Raisin and a great deal more. Do not miss it, go there!
Visitors to Café Droog can eat breakfast, lunch, or dinner while taking advantage of the free wi-fi. Café Droog’s real draw is that almost everything is for sale: the light fixtures, the sculptures, the pillows–even some of the furniture.
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@droog amsterdam
7-A Staalstraat
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Visitors to Café Droog can eat breakfast, lunch, or dinner while taking advantage of the free wi-fi. Café Droog’s real draw is that almost everything is for sale: the light fixtures, the sculptures, the pillows–even some of the furniture.
Would you believe it! Wine made in Amsterdam! Chateau Amsterdam is an urban winery and in Amsterdam-Noord. We produce modern en classic wines in close collaboration with grape farmers from all over Europe. Visit us, and discover the magical world of winemaking – in the city!
Chateau Amsterdam
139 Gedempt Hamerkanaal
Would you believe it! Wine made in Amsterdam! Chateau Amsterdam is an urban winery and in Amsterdam-Noord. We produce modern en classic wines in close collaboration with grape farmers from all over Europe. Visit us, and discover the magical world of winemaking – in the city!
When we do not use it for brewing, we conduct tours in our brewery at the Funenkade. We tell you about the fascinating history of our brewery and explain the role of water, malt, hops and yeast within the brewing process. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, an English language tour starts at 3.30pm, followed by a Dutch one at 4pm. Tickets are only available at the bar on the day itself, booking in advance is not possible. The tour takes about 20 minutes and costs €7,00 per person, which includes a beer of choice. With a limited number of twenty places, tickets tend to be sold out fast, so be quick to grab some if you are keen to join.
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Brouwerij 't IJ
7 Funenkade
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When we do not use it for brewing, we conduct tours in our brewery at the Funenkade. We tell you about the fascinating history of our brewery and explain the role of water, malt, hops and yeast within the brewing process. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, an English language tour starts at 3.30pm, followed by a Dutch one at 4pm. Tickets are only available at the bar on the day itself, booking in advance is not possible. The tour takes about 20 minutes and costs €7,00 per person, which includes a beer of choice. With a limited number of twenty places, tickets tend to be sold out fast, so be quick to grab some if you are keen to join.
If you are in the old part of the city near the Oude Kerk, take a coffee with Job and Anne. Their main focus is to make guests happy! Happy with the simple and really good things in life; a delicious cup of coffee, a pie or a freshly baked piece of cake. Everything they do is done with passion and all products are carefully curated to meet high quality standards. The coffee and most of the products they use are organic. They support the local culinary community and partners with artisan bakeries who deliver their fresh baked treats to us every single day! For the ultimate cozy coffee experience, check out our attic. Please tell all your friends, not foes about this hidden gem. Or… forever hold your peace. It will be our little secret
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De Koffieschenkerij
27 Oudekerksplein
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If you are in the old part of the city near the Oude Kerk, take a coffee with Job and Anne. Their main focus is to make guests happy! Happy with the simple and really good things in life; a delicious cup of coffee, a pie or a freshly baked piece of cake. Everything they do is done with passion and all products are carefully curated to meet high quality standards. The coffee and most of the products they use are organic. They support the local culinary community and partners with artisan bakeries who deliver their fresh baked treats to us every single day! For the ultimate cozy coffee experience, check out our attic. Please tell all your friends, not foes about this hidden gem. Or… forever hold your peace. It will be our little secret
If you enjoy a nice cup of coffee and some pastry to go with it but everything must be vegan then this is the place for you to go. It is situated right opposite of the "Westergas" terrain so you can also visit that and the Westerpark as well. They are a fully vegan cosy daytime cafe in Amsterdam, Westerpark area. The specialties are cakes & patisserie, lunch, afternoon tea, specialty coffee & tea and breakfast.
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Koffie ende Koeck
175 Haarlemmerweg
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If you enjoy a nice cup of coffee and some pastry to go with it but everything must be vegan then this is the place for you to go. It is situated right opposite of the "Westergas" terrain so you can also visit that and the Westerpark as well. They are a fully vegan cosy daytime cafe in Amsterdam, Westerpark area. The specialties are cakes & patisserie, lunch, afternoon tea, specialty coffee & tea and breakfast.
Lanskroon is famous for its large (king-size) syrup waffles. These are about 12 cm in diameter. There are two flavors of syrup: honey and coffee/caramel. The waffle is crisp and will stay this way for 4 – 5 days when stored at room temperature and for 7 days when stored cooled (fridge). Storing for a longer period is possible in the freezer. Thawing occurs in five minutes. For transport and/or as a present the waffles are wrapped up in a box fit for maximal 6 waffles. They also have a tearoom which is open every day!
Lanskroon Bakery
385 Singel
Lanskroon is famous for its large (king-size) syrup waffles. These are about 12 cm in diameter. There are two flavors of syrup: honey and coffee/caramel. The waffle is crisp and will stay this way for 4 – 5 days when stored at room temperature and for 7 days when stored cooled (fridge). Storing for a longer period is possible in the freezer. Thawing occurs in five minutes. For transport and/or as a present the waffles are wrapped up in a box fit for maximal 6 waffles. They also have a tearoom which is open every day!
The famous Van Stapele cookie is made of a dark chocolate dough with a delicious white chocolate filling. The cookie is crisp around the edges, but soft and gooey on the inside. We are busy baking all day long, so chances are high that your cookies will still be warm when you order them!
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Van Stapele Koekmakerij
4 Heisteeg
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The famous Van Stapele cookie is made of a dark chocolate dough with a delicious white chocolate filling. The cookie is crisp around the edges, but soft and gooey on the inside. We are busy baking all day long, so chances are high that your cookies will still be warm when you order them!
The authentic ‘Proeflokaal’ (Dutch for tasting room/bar) has retained its 17th century character and product assortment. A great variety of genevers and liqueurs is served here. Among the various liqueurs you will find many Old Dutch liqueurs such as ‘Volmaakt Geluk’ (Perfect Bliss), ‘Bruidstranen’ (Bride’s Tears) en ‘Hansje in de Kelder’ (Jack in the Cellar). Liqueurs such as ‘De Boswandeling’ (A Walk in the Woods) en de ‘Half en Half’ (Half & Half) have made Wynand Fockink world famous.
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Wynand Fockink Proeflokaal and Spirits
31 Pijlsteeg
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The authentic ‘Proeflokaal’ (Dutch for tasting room/bar) has retained its 17th century character and product assortment. A great variety of genevers and liqueurs is served here. Among the various liqueurs you will find many Old Dutch liqueurs such as ‘Volmaakt Geluk’ (Perfect Bliss), ‘Bruidstranen’ (Bride’s Tears) en ‘Hansje in de Kelder’ (Jack in the Cellar). Liqueurs such as ‘De Boswandeling’ (A Walk in the Woods) en de ‘Half en Half’ (Half & Half) have made Wynand Fockink world famous.
Café/pub De Drie Fleschjes (founded in 1650), with an ambience that reflects the Golden Age, serves a wide range of Dutch gin (jenever), including Corenwyn from Lucas Bols, and a fine selection of liquors.
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Three Little Bottles
18 Gravenstraat
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Café/pub De Drie Fleschjes (founded in 1650), with an ambience that reflects the Golden Age, serves a wide range of Dutch gin (jenever), including Corenwyn from Lucas Bols, and a fine selection of liquors.

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