City Guide

City Guide

Batavia Stad Fashion Outlet

Batavia Stad Fashion Outlet is very popular as a day trip Discover a unique shopping experience since 2001. We offer 250 fashion & lifestyle brands with savings from 30% up to 70%. Typical Dutch brands like Van Bommel, King Louie and Scotch & Soda, as well as international labels like Armani, Hugo Boss, Nike, Michael Kors and many more.

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Reypenaer Proeflokaal

At the Reypenaer Cheese Tasting Room in the centre of old Amsterdam, you can personally test and evaluate the flavour, the aroma and the qualities of the Reypenaer cheeses, all under the guidance of an expert cheese taster.

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Body Worlds

The exhibition tells the amazing story of our bodies and the influence that the emotional phenomenon of ‘happiness’ has on our health.

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Museum Of Bags And Purses

Every bag has its own story. It tells us something about the fashion, art, skills and customs of a particular period. Uncover the rich history of this everyday item at the Museum of Bags and Purses.

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The Red Light District

The Red Light District has been a special area of Amsterdam since its city’s earliest history. This mediaeval part of the city with remarkable buildings, centuries-old churches and the sex industry as the main attraction has a fascinating history.

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Vijfnulvijf

Vijfnulvijf is a trendy urban Asian street food hotspot in the east of Amsterdam. The menu is extensive. You can choose from different types of sushi and sashimi, street food dishes and a number of main courses. Vijfnulvijf is a great place to lounge, relax and enjoy the funky vibes of Amsterdam.

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Boom Chicago

Boom Chicago creates smart and funny comedy shows at our theater on the Rozengracht in Amsterdam. A Boom show is a fast-paced mix of sharp writing, quick improvisation, video, music and technology. You and your friends enjoy the show from a table with buckets of beer and bottles of wine.

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Grey Area

Grey Area Coffeeshop is famous all over the world as the Original Home of Double Bubble Gum, Stonehedge, Wobbler, 4077, Yellow Cab and the Grey Mist Crystal – Trichromes. G.A. is also known for the great selection of Bongs that are there for your smoking pleasure! Visit coffeeshop Grey Area in Amsterdam. This high cultural

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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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Vondelpark

The Vondelpark is a city park in Amsterdam, dating from 1865. The park is located in Amsterdam-south, on the border of Amsterdam-west. It stretches from Stadhouderskade till Amstelveenweg.

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A’DAM LOOKOUT

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 about Amsterdam’s history and culture. A’DAM LOOKOUT is located&

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Nemo Science Center

Discover the world for yourself: that’s NEMO’s philosophy. For every visitor, young or old, there are plenty of surprises in store, packed with fun and useful knowledge about science and technology. Marvel at the world around you, awaken your curiosity and develop your own ideas about how the world works.

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Around Beethovenstraat (black bike)

Amsterdam-Zuid is great to explore by bicycle. Some of the architectural highlights are the Minervaplein, the Hilton hotel, and the office of Allen & Overy. If you are looking for something more lively, the city center is just 10 minutes away by bicycle.

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Green Budget Bikes (Red Light District)

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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A-partments

We offer short stay, fully furnished serviced corporate apartments in Amsterdam city centre, Jordaan area and WTC business area. All apartments come with weekly cleaning, linen and towel service, free WIFI and digital TV. All inclusive prices.

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Hapimag

Formerly the world’s greatest trading metropolis, Amsterdam is now an exciting holiday destination. The city looks back on an impressive history, and is characterised by openness, creativity, tolerance and cultural diversity. The holiday apartments are located in a historic building in the heart of the city, amid the canals and the art scene. Initial holiday

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Batavia Stad Fashion Outlet

Batavia Stad Fashion Outlet is very popular as a day trip Discover a unique shopping experience since 2001. We offer 250 fashion & lifestyle brands with savings from 30% up to 70%. Typical Dutch brands like Van Bommel, King Louie and Scotch & Soda, as well as international labels like Armani, Hugo Boss, Nike, Michael Kors and many more.

Read More »

Reypenaer Proeflokaal

At the Reypenaer Cheese Tasting Room in the centre of old Amsterdam, you can personally test and evaluate the flavour, the aroma and the qualities of the Reypenaer cheeses, all under the guidance of an expert cheese taster.

Read More »

Dutch Costume Museum

The Dutch Costume Museum shows the craftsmanship, artistry and passion that created the Dutch traditional costume. The collection encompasses a cross-section of local traditional dress and folk art per region. Each region has its own garb, with variations in different villages or stages of life, such as marriage and mourning after a death.

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Delftsblauw

The Royal Dutch Delftware Manufactory “De Porceleyne Fles”, established in 1653, is the last remaining Delftware factory from the 17th centruy. The world famous Royal Delftware is still entirely hand-painted according to centuries-old tradition.

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The Red Light District

The Red Light District has been a special area of Amsterdam since its city’s earliest history. This mediaeval part of the city with remarkable buildings, centuries-old churches and the sex industry as the main attraction has a fascinating history.

Read More »

Vijfnulvijf

Vijfnulvijf is a trendy urban Asian street food hotspot in the east of Amsterdam. The menu is extensive. You can choose from different types of sushi and sashimi, street food dishes and a number of main courses. Vijfnulvijf is a great place to lounge, relax and enjoy the funky vibes of Amsterdam.

Read More »

Boom Chicago

Boom Chicago creates smart and funny comedy shows at our theater on the Rozengracht in Amsterdam. A Boom show is a fast-paced mix of sharp writing, quick improvisation, video, music and technology. You and your friends enjoy the show from a table with buckets of beer and bottles of wine.

Read More »

Grey Area

Grey Area Coffeeshop is famous all over the world as the Original Home of Double Bubble Gum, Stonehedge, Wobbler, 4077, Yellow Cab and the Grey Mist Crystal – Trichromes. G.A. is also known for the great selection of Bongs that are there for your smoking pleasure! Visit coffeeshop Grey Area in Amsterdam. This high cultural

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 »

Vondelpark

The Vondelpark is a city park in Amsterdam, dating from 1865. The park is located in Amsterdam-south, on the border of Amsterdam-west. It stretches from Stadhouderskade till Amstelveenweg.

Read More »

A’DAM LOOKOUT

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 about Amsterdam’s history and culture. A’DAM LOOKOUT is located&

Read More »

Nemo Science Center

Discover the world for yourself: that’s NEMO’s philosophy. For every visitor, young or old, there are plenty of surprises in store, packed with fun and useful knowledge about science and technology. Marvel at the world around you, awaken your curiosity and develop your own ideas about how the world works.

Read More »

Around Beethovenstraat (black bike)

Amsterdam-Zuid is great to explore by bicycle. Some of the architectural highlights are the Minervaplein, the Hilton hotel, and the office of Allen & Overy. If you are looking for something more lively, the city center is just 10 minutes away by bicycle.

Read More »

Green Budget Bikes (Red Light District)

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 »

A-partments

We offer short stay, fully furnished serviced corporate apartments in Amsterdam city centre, Jordaan area and WTC business area. All apartments come with weekly cleaning, linen and towel service, free WIFI and digital TV. All inclusive prices.

Read More »

Hapimag

Formerly the world’s greatest trading metropolis, Amsterdam is now an exciting holiday destination. The city looks back on an impressive history, and is characterised by openness, creativity, tolerance and cultural diversity. The holiday apartments are located in a historic building in the heart of the city, amid the canals and the art scene. Initial holiday

Read More »