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The Amstelkerk is a wooden church located on the Amstelveld in the centre of Amsterdam and was built between 1668 and 1670. The architect was Daniel Stalpaert. Currently, the church is owned by Stadsherstel Amsterdam, which also has an office and rent space for socio-cultural activities and for receptions and …

Just half an hour by train from Amsterdam, Rotterdam is Holland’s second city and a center of business and commerce. Rotterdam is the biggest port in Europe, with an international atmosphere and plenty to see and do. While you are in Rotterdam, be sure to check out the following attractions: …

A fascinating and diverse neighborhood full of great food and shopping!  Just to the east of Central Station and bordering the Red Light District. The vast majority of Chinatown lies along the Zeedjik. There are a number of great restaurants, Asian Grocery Stores grocery stores, funky shops and other interesting …

A fascinating and diverse neighborhood full of great food and shopping!  Just to the east of Central Station and bordering the Red Light District. The vast majority of Chinatown lies along the Zeedjik. There are a number of great restaurants, Asian Grocery Stores, funky shops and other interesting attractions along …

Located on the Museumplein (Museum Square) in Amsterdam, just opposite the Van Gogh Museum, House of Bols Cocktail & Genever Experience, rated as the Nº1 attraction in Amsterdam by Lonely Planet, will take you trough the  “World of Flavour”.  Here you can touch, smell, taste and discover the spectacular world of liqueurs, …

the Rembrandt House is a beautiful house where Rembrandt van Rijn, the famous Dutch painter of the Dutch Golden Age, worked and lived for 20 years. Rembrandt one of the greatest baroque painters in history and possibly the most recognized Dutch artist. This house was where Rembrandt lived between 1639 and 1658. The …

The Cat cabinet, is a museum devoted exclusively to cats located in the heart of Amsterdam´s Seventeenth-century canal ring area, UNESCO World Heritage List since 2010. This private collection was founded in 1990 by Bob Meijer in memory of the ginger cat J.P. Morgan (1966-1983), called after John Pierpont Morgan …
quality from the start at Heineken Experience.

Just 5 minutes walk from the Museumplein and next to most of the attractions in Amsterdam is located the Heineken Museum, also known as Heineken Experience, one of the most popular tourist attractions, where visitors can see first hand the history , the manufacturing process and the distribution of the …

Every first Sunday of the month, Sunday Market is the monthly Fashion, Food and Art & Design Market in Amsterdam. Located in Westergasfabriek, former gasworks in Amsterdam Westerpark district, used now as a cultural venue. The Sunday Market is inspired by London markets like Camden and Portobello where shopping, inspiration and creativity go …