Bicycles, waterways and bohemians. Europe’s "sin city" is more than advertised. Sure, the hash bar...
The 22 m high obelisk that was officially unveiled in 1956 is a memorial to the victims of the Ge...
A department store with a rich tradition on the Dam. The most famous department-store chain in the...
Anyone who has always harboured a desire to stand next to Rembrandt, Kylie Minogue or the Dutch c...
On completion in 1631 the Westerkerk was the world's biggest Protestant church. Even more famous ...
The diarist's hiding place. During the period of German occupation of Amsterdam, Anne Frank and he...
An oasis of tranquility in the city centre. Built as a convent for lay sisters in the year 1346, f...
The Bloemenmarkt is the world's only floating flower market. Founded in 1862, it is sited in Amst...
The water ditches dug during the years 1612 to 1663, characterise the image of the city until tod...
The most well-known square, centre of city life. It is more likely that a visitor leaves Amsterda...
The park, which has a highly festive air, is a meeting place for strollers, skaters, dog owners a...
Here one can see the world's biggest collection of works by the creator of the "Sunflowers". The s...
Masterpieces from Rembrandt to Vermeer. The Rijksmuseum contains the most comprehensive collection...
One of the most famous orchestras, not least because of the legendary acoustics of the concert hall.
Dam Square, on which the royal city residence is situated, has great symbolic importance and, tog...
A Fo-Kuang-Shan shrine: a candy-coloured shrine in Chinatown. The commercial heart of the Chinese ...
A unique city fortification which works by controlling the waters. Extending 135 km around the cit...
A statue of Rembrandt was put up on the former butter market in 1876, resulting in the square bei...
The former poor working class quarter has been going through astounding transformations over the ...
Surrounded by longstanding pubs such as the Café Luxembourg, Café Hoppe and Zwart, as well as tre...
Although beer is no longer brewed at the 135-year-old Heineken brewery at Stadhouderskade, you ca...
Amsterdam was once a hotbed of diamond cutting. This branch of industry became less significant a...
The Magere Brug or "Skinny Bridge" in the center of Amsterdam, connects the opposite banks of Riv...
The coin tower, built in 1620, is situated at the confluence of the Singel and Amstel and was ori...
At the beginning of the 1990s, the focus of the city's planners fell on the harbour islands to th...
Anybody wishing to get away from the city and experience Dutch village life without having to tra...
Anybody coming from Sint Antoniesbreestraat through the gate featuring the morbid skull sculpture...
The garden is equipped for times to come with a futuristic greenhouse, a subtropical, desert and ...
This apartment block, which was designed by the architect Michel de Klerk in 1919, owes its name ...
A small park with a strange, Asian-style monument in its centre. It was modelled on a landscaped ...
The renovated church consecrated to the patron saint of the city, Saint Nicolas rises up opposite...
The wooden Amstelkerk was originally intended to be provisional, to be replaced later by a church...
Most beautiful church (1870-80) by the architect Petrus Cuypers, named after the poet/writer Joos...
The building acquired its classical facade in 1681. It visibly fell into a state of disrepair dur...
The Oosterkerk ("eastern church") is a 17th-Century Protestant church in Amsterdam, The Netherlan...
Even Queen Beatrix pays the occasional visit to Amsterdam's Expressionist-style cinema, built whe...
This defensive tower was erected in the early 16th century at the corner between "Waalseilandsgra...
The centre of "Nieuwmarkt" is home to the oldest secular building in Amsterdam: the former city w...