City Guide

City Guide

Old Amsterdam Damstraat

The centre of Amsterdam is home to three Old Amsterdam Cheese Store’s shops where you can buy your cheese-themed souvenir! Our cheese experts are always pleased to give you a warm welcome and your very own cheese experience. The store sells mainly the world’s famous ‘Old Amsterdam’ cheese, which is largely known by the Dutch

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Multatuli Museum

In the Multatuli House, the birthplace of the writer are his most important furniture, utensils, his library and all the editions and translations of his works. It is as if the writer any time entry to the pen. A new exhibition regularly furnished. Audiovisual support gives you information about the life and work of the

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Stedelijk Museum

STEDELIJK MUSEUM AMSTERDAM-The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam is the most important museum of modern and contemporary art and design in the Netherlands and therefore a must see. It offers top works of art from the greatest artists in the world, including a lot of work from Dutch 20th Century artists. In addition to the highlights,

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Sea Palace

Sea Palace is the first floating restaurant in Europe! Enjoy a really good Asian dinner while watching the skyline of Amsterdam.

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PANCAKES Amsterdam Negen Straatjes

PANCAKES Amsterdam brings a new twist to traditional pancake houses with exceptionally high quality food and friendly service. PANCAKES Amsterdam was founded in 2007. Ten years later they Have grown and expanded to three unique locations, all situated in the heart of Amsterdam. The first is situated in the Nine Streets,the second is opposite Central

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Dampkring

De dampkring is a great coffeeshop, lots of local people visit it daily. The staff is friendly and if you have any questions they will gladly help you out. The quality of the grass and hash are really good at consistently low prices. It’s quite cosy inside and always pretty busy.They have won numerous awards

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DeLaMar

One of Amsterdam’s latest theatrical additions, the impressive building of the DeLaMar Theater close to Leidseplein is a real show stopper. The theatre draws in the crowds and a flurry of international and national theatre, musical and dance companies for a huge array of shows.

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Oosterpark

The Oosterpark is a large city park located in Amsterdam Oost. This open green space is filled with ponds and streams, a wading pool for children and plenty of walking paths. Considered Amsterdam’s most multicultural park, it draws a diverse local crowd and hosts a variety of festivals throughout the summer. There is also a

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The Smallest House in Amsterdam

The smallest house in Amsterdam is located at Oude Hoogstraat 22 in the old city center of Amsterdam, next to the Oost-Indisch Huis and the gate to the Walloon Church. The house, by some called the “Smallest house of Europe”, is 2.02 meters (6 feet 8 inches) wide and 5 meters (16 feet 5 inches)

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Institute for Sound and Vision

The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision is a cultural-historical organization of national interest. It collects, preserves and opens the audiovisual heritage for as many users as possible: media professionals, education, science and the general public.

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Hop On Hop Off – Day (Stromma)

The Hop on, Hop off canal cruise Canal Bus is an enjoyable and relaxed way of getting around the canals and goes along all Amsterdam’s top sights. Like many historic buildings, from the imposing Westerkerk to the city’s narrowest house. Canal Bus boats cruise along the most famous canals bringing you to Amsterdam’s major museums, such

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Green Budget Bikes (Amstel )

Our Guided Tours Welcome to Amsterdam, the city with more bicycles than people! With our bike tours, you can be escorted around Amsterdam by one of our incredibly knowledgeable guides, and learn a little more about the city, its history and some places of interest. See all the sights from your bike!

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Europcar (Amsterdam City)

Navigating a whole new area on your own schedule was never easier than with a cheap car rental from Amsterdam City. As soon as you arrive at Amsterdam City, Netherlands, you can look forward to exploring straight away. As well as having the freedom to drive to exciting new locations on a whim, you can

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Duivendrecht Station

Duivendrecht is a 2 level train and metro station between Amstel and Bijlmer ArenA originally opened in 1993. Facilities at the station include AKO (newsagents), Albert Heijn To Go (mini-supermarket) and some snack bars.

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Metrostation Spaklerweg

Spaklerweg is an Amsterdam Metro station in the industrial area Overamstel of Amsterdam. The station is served by 3 lines, the 51 (Amsterdam Centraal – Amstelveen), 53 (Amsterdam Centraal – Gaasperplas) and 54 (Amsterdam Centraal – Gein). The metro station is only accessible with an OV-chipkaart or GVB Travel Pass. Change at this station between lines

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Hampshire Inn – Prinsengracht

This is an absolute top location in Amsterdam: immediately on Prinsengracht and not far from the Amstel. The hotel couldn’t be better or more central. The Prinsengracht Hotel is located in two 17th Century canal buildings and has 34 comfortable rooms. All rooms have views across the canal or the beautiful enclosed garden. Although the

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Ibis Styles Amstel

Who wouldn’t want to sleep in a real canal house? Put down your luggage and relax in the ibis Styles Amsterdam Amstel. You can step out of the hotel and right into a tour boat or visit one of the many museums. The city is at your feet! Put down your suitcases and relax in

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Old Amsterdam Damstraat

The centre of Amsterdam is home to three Old Amsterdam Cheese Store’s shops where you can buy your cheese-themed souvenir! Our cheese experts are always pleased to give you a warm welcome and your very own cheese experience. The store sells mainly the world’s famous ‘Old Amsterdam’ cheese, which is largely known by the Dutch

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Museum Willet Holthuysen

In 1895, Mrs Willet-Holthuysen left this 17th century double canal-side house to the city of Amsterdam, including the contents and the artworks collected by her deceased spouse Abraham Willet. On the first and second floors, the impressive ballroom, the dining room, the lounges, the garden room and the corridor illustrate how the wealthy Willet couple lived. The

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Museum of Prostitution

WELCOME To the world’s only Museum of Prostitution Step into an intriguing world that remains hidden for most Discover the secrets of an Amsterdam Prostitute

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Sea Palace

Sea Palace is the first floating restaurant in Europe! Enjoy a really good Asian dinner while watching the skyline of Amsterdam.

Read More »

PANCAKES Amsterdam Negen Straatjes

PANCAKES Amsterdam brings a new twist to traditional pancake houses with exceptionally high quality food and friendly service. PANCAKES Amsterdam was founded in 2007. Ten years later they Have grown and expanded to three unique locations, all situated in the heart of Amsterdam. The first is situated in the Nine Streets,the second is opposite Central

Read More »

Dampkring

De dampkring is a great coffeeshop, lots of local people visit it daily. The staff is friendly and if you have any questions they will gladly help you out. The quality of the grass and hash are really good at consistently low prices. It’s quite cosy inside and always pretty busy.They have won numerous awards

Read More »

DeLaMar

One of Amsterdam’s latest theatrical additions, the impressive building of the DeLaMar Theater close to Leidseplein is a real show stopper. The theatre draws in the crowds and a flurry of international and national theatre, musical and dance companies for a huge array of shows.

Read More »

Oosterpark

The Oosterpark is a large city park located in Amsterdam Oost. This open green space is filled with ponds and streams, a wading pool for children and plenty of walking paths. Considered Amsterdam’s most multicultural park, it draws a diverse local crowd and hosts a variety of festivals throughout the summer. There is also a

Read More »

The Smallest House in Amsterdam

The smallest house in Amsterdam is located at Oude Hoogstraat 22 in the old city center of Amsterdam, next to the Oost-Indisch Huis and the gate to the Walloon Church. The house, by some called the “Smallest house of Europe”, is 2.02 meters (6 feet 8 inches) wide and 5 meters (16 feet 5 inches)

Read More »

Institute for Sound and Vision

The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision is a cultural-historical organization of national interest. It collects, preserves and opens the audiovisual heritage for as many users as possible: media professionals, education, science and the general public.

Read More »

Hop On Hop Off – Day (Stromma)

The Hop on, Hop off canal cruise Canal Bus is an enjoyable and relaxed way of getting around the canals and goes along all Amsterdam’s top sights. Like many historic buildings, from the imposing Westerkerk to the city’s narrowest house. Canal Bus boats cruise along the most famous canals bringing you to Amsterdam’s major museums, such

Read More »

Green Budget Bikes (Amstel )

Our Guided Tours Welcome to Amsterdam, the city with more bicycles than people! With our bike tours, you can be escorted around Amsterdam by one of our incredibly knowledgeable guides, and learn a little more about the city, its history and some places of interest. See all the sights from your bike!

Read More »

Europcar (Amsterdam City)

Navigating a whole new area on your own schedule was never easier than with a cheap car rental from Amsterdam City. As soon as you arrive at Amsterdam City, Netherlands, you can look forward to exploring straight away. As well as having the freedom to drive to exciting new locations on a whim, you can

Read More »

Duivendrecht Station

Duivendrecht is a 2 level train and metro station between Amstel and Bijlmer ArenA originally opened in 1993. Facilities at the station include AKO (newsagents), Albert Heijn To Go (mini-supermarket) and some snack bars.

Read More »

Metrostation Spaklerweg

Spaklerweg is an Amsterdam Metro station in the industrial area Overamstel of Amsterdam. The station is served by 3 lines, the 51 (Amsterdam Centraal – Amstelveen), 53 (Amsterdam Centraal – Gaasperplas) and 54 (Amsterdam Centraal – Gein). The metro station is only accessible with an OV-chipkaart or GVB Travel Pass. Change at this station between lines

Read More »

Hampshire Inn – Prinsengracht

This is an absolute top location in Amsterdam: immediately on Prinsengracht and not far from the Amstel. The hotel couldn’t be better or more central. The Prinsengracht Hotel is located in two 17th Century canal buildings and has 34 comfortable rooms. All rooms have views across the canal or the beautiful enclosed garden. Although the

Read More »

Ibis Styles Amstel

Who wouldn’t want to sleep in a real canal house? Put down your luggage and relax in the ibis Styles Amsterdam Amstel. You can step out of the hotel and right into a tour boat or visit one of the many museums. The city is at your feet! Put down your suitcases and relax in

Read More »