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Vondelpark is the main park in Amsterdam. There are many other nice parks but Vondelpark is the park people mean when they say “The Park”.  Situated in the Amsterdam South neighborhood, this expansive park is stunningly beautiful. Vondelpark is one of the nicest areas of the entire city and it …

Hidden inside the unassuming warehouses in Amsterdam west is De Hallen, where dozens of street food stalls serve up some of the best grub in the city. If you are hungry and want lots of choices hop on tram 7 or 17 and go to Ten Katestraat tram stop. Worth …

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 …
Photo of a Heineken beer

Heineken Museum, also known as Heineken Experience, is located just 5 minutes walk from Museumplein and next to most attractions in Amsterdam. It’s one of the most popular tourist attractions, where visitors can experience first hand the history, the manufacturing process and the distribution of the most well-known Dutch beer. …

Taking place 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 …
Bottles of Liquor

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

During the later part of the 16th century, Amsterdam’s Rederijkerskamer (Chamber of Rhetoric) organized contests between different Chambers in the reading of poetry and drama. In 1638, Amsterdam opened its first theatre. Ballet shows were performed in this theatre as early as 1642. In the 18th century, the French theatre …
Buckets of flowers at a market.

Set in the heart of Amsterdam, on the Singel canal, the Flower Market (known in Dutch as Bloemenmarkt) is the only floating flower market in the world. Its unique location is a perk in itself – between the squares of Koningsplein and Muntplein along the Singel canal, historic canal surrounding …
A picture of a garden at the Rijksmuseum.

Rijksmuseum is generally considered to be Amsterdam’s primary national art museum. Originally housed in The Hague, where it was founded in 1800, the museum contained art collections belonging to the Dutch heads of State. In 1808, King Louis Bonaparte ordered the museum to be moved in Amsterdam, at the request …
Photo of bejinghof garden in Amsterdam

Begijnhof is a courtyard tucked into the middle of Amsterdam, giving a glimpse into what life was like several hundred years ago. Within the area, there are historical Dutch houses, including a restored antique wooden house and a tranquil escape from the nearby hustle and bustle of the busy center. …