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Guidebook for Purmerend

Food Scene
fresh from wok
New Orient Express
49 Koemarkt
fresh from wok
spanish 0299450338
La Cubanita
57 Koemarkt
spanish 0299450338
All you can eat, asian, pacific, sushi, wok 0299-660398
Restaurant De Doele - Sushi, Grill & More
56 Koemarkt
All you can eat, asian, pacific, sushi, wok 0299-660398
Warrie Knarrie
12 Koestraat
indian,surinaams,indonesian food. nice and good.
Aarti Surinaams-Indiaas Afhaalcentrum
42 Achterdijk
indian,surinaams,indonesian food. nice and good.
greek, tapas, nice food.
Kriti Grieks Restaurant & Tapasbar
37 Kerkstraat
greek, tapas, nice food.
Much meat
Gachita
15 Weerwal
Much meat
turkish, belgian and dutch 5:00 pm- 3:00 am monday-thursday and sunday . Friday-saturday 5:00pm-6:00 am
Kapadokya
14 Weerwal
turkish, belgian and dutch 5:00 pm- 3:00 am monday-thursday and sunday . Friday-saturday 5:00pm-6:00 am
Breakfast,brunch and diner. Local,outdoorsy, budget
't Hoedje van de Koningin
3 Kaasmarkt
Breakfast,brunch and diner. Local,outdoorsy, budget
shoarma,turkish
J. Hana H.O. Shoarma Babylon
50 Nieuwstraat
shoarma,turkish
Good Pizza
Ristorante Saporetti
58 Koemarkt
Good Pizza
good food
Spijkerman Food and Drink
1 Neckerdijk
good food
Metro to Nieuwmarkt or a 10-minute walk from Centraal StationThe old heart of Amsterdam runs from the throbbing Dam Square – home of the Koninklijk Paleis (Royal Palace) – south down to the great cobbled public square of Nieuwmarkt. Once bordering a canal that was filled in around 1601, Nieuwmarkt is today packed with bars and cafés and is the gateway to both Chinatown and the Red Light District, which lies a couple of streets west between the parallel canals of Oudezijds Voorburgwaal and Oudezijds Achterburgwaal. The central focus of Nieuwmarkt is the city’s last surviving fortified gate; constructed around 1425, the spiky-spired De Waag sits in the middle of the plaza...
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Nieuwmarkt
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Metro to Nieuwmarkt or a 10-minute walk from Centraal StationThe old heart of Amsterdam runs from the throbbing Dam Square – home of the Koninklijk Paleis (Royal Palace) – south down to the great cobbled public square of Nieuwmarkt. Once bordering a canal that was filled in around 1601, Nieuwmarkt is today packed with bars and cafés and is the gateway to both Chinatown and the Red Light District, which lies a couple of streets west between the parallel canals of Oudezijds Voorburgwaal and Oudezijds Achterburgwaal. The central focus of Nieuwmarkt is the city’s last surviving fortified gate; constructed around 1425, the spiky-spired De Waag sits in the middle of the plaza...
Eetcafé Jo & Co
41 Koemarkt
Thais food
Buddha Thai Restaurant / Takeaway / Delivery
35 Koemarkt
Thais food
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Westergas Theater, Westergasfabriek
33 Pazzanistraat
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IJ-Hallen
15 T.T. Neveritaweg
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Beverwijkse Bazaar B.V.
35 Montageweg
Sightseeing
The Koemarkt in Purmerend. Many people have a good idea of going out for the weekend, for others the place to have a bite to eat and enjoy at the various restaurants in the square. Also, there is a whole lot of events at the Koemarkt, especially in the summer months. These are usually organized by the Koemarkt Foundation,
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Koemarkt
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The Koemarkt in Purmerend. Many people have a good idea of going out for the weekend, for others the place to have a bite to eat and enjoy at the various restaurants in the square. Also, there is a whole lot of events at the Koemarkt, especially in the summer months. These are usually organized by the Koemarkt Foundation,
Zaanse Schans Ever wondered what life was like in 17th and 18th century Netherlands? The Zaanse Schans, 15km north of Amsterdam, is the kind of museum that shows rather than tells, and is the perfect place to immerse yourself in all things traditionally Dutch. The conserved area is still inhabited, but set up like an open-air museum where visitors can wander the village, explore the preserved buildings and watch local craftsmen at work. Green wooden houses, a historic shipyard, traditional grocery store and a pewter factory are among the village’s visitor attractions although the Zaanse Schans is most famous for its windmills, once used for everything from paint-making to paper production.
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Zaanse Schans
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Zaanse Schans Ever wondered what life was like in 17th and 18th century Netherlands? The Zaanse Schans, 15km north of Amsterdam, is the kind of museum that shows rather than tells, and is the perfect place to immerse yourself in all things traditionally Dutch. The conserved area is still inhabited, but set up like an open-air museum where visitors can wander the village, explore the preserved buildings and watch local craftsmen at work. Green wooden houses, a historic shipyard, traditional grocery store and a pewter factory are among the village’s visitor attractions although the Zaanse Schans is most famous for its windmills, once used for everything from paint-making to paper production.
www.amsterdamwindmilltour.com
Amsterdam Windmill Tour
269 Burgemeester D. Kooimanweg
www.amsterdamwindmilltour.com
Peace Palace One of the Netherlands’ most famous buildings and the crowning glory of The Hague, the Peace Palace, or Vredespaleis, serves as a symbol of the country’s key role in international law and order. Built between 1907 and 1913 by Andrew Carnegie, the grand palace is home to the United Nations’ International Court of Justice (ICJ), the International Law Academy and the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), making it an important center of global peace. The building itself, an imposing neo-renaissance structure constructed from Belgian stone and Dutch red brick, is notable for its opulent interiors, designed to embody the ‘grand idea of world peace’ and featuring an exquisite art
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Peace Palace
2 Carnegieplein
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Peace Palace One of the Netherlands’ most famous buildings and the crowning glory of The Hague, the Peace Palace, or Vredespaleis, serves as a symbol of the country’s key role in international law and order. Built between 1907 and 1913 by Andrew Carnegie, the grand palace is home to the United Nations’ International Court of Justice (ICJ), the International Law Academy and the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), making it an important center of global peace. The building itself, an imposing neo-renaissance structure constructed from Belgian stone and Dutch red brick, is notable for its opulent interiors, designed to embody the ‘grand idea of world peace’ and featuring an exquisite art
Delft pottery dates back to the 16th century and first was produced in Delft. Over time, this earthenware became an easier-to-obtain option than real Chinese porcelain and quickly became sought-after with wealthy Dutch people. From The Hague, take a 5-minute train ride to Rijswijk (Delft Noord) and meet your guide for a tour of the Delftse Pauw factory — one of the few remaining that carries on the tradition of making the beloved hand-painted pottery. Gain insight into how this pottery is made and watch where the pieces are painted by hand to create the classic blue-and-white designs. Then gaze at the final product in the showroom, which displays an array of Delft pottery.
Delft Pottery De Delftse Pauw
133 Delftweg
Delft pottery dates back to the 16th century and first was produced in Delft. Over time, this earthenware became an easier-to-obtain option than real Chinese porcelain and quickly became sought-after with wealthy Dutch people. From The Hague, take a 5-minute train ride to Rijswijk (Delft Noord) and meet your guide for a tour of the Delftse Pauw factory — one of the few remaining that carries on the tradition of making the beloved hand-painted pottery. Gain insight into how this pottery is made and watch where the pieces are painted by hand to create the classic blue-and-white designs. Then gaze at the final product in the showroom, which displays an array of Delft pottery.
Located at Zuiderkerkhof 72, the Zuiderkerk is currently closed until March 2017. The Metro can be taken to Nieuwmarkt, while the site is also a short walk from WaterloopleinThe Zuiderkerk sits just south of Amsterdam’s Nieuwmarkt and is one of a series of ecclesiastical masterpieces constructed by Dutch Renaissance architect Hendrick de Keyser. He helped to shape the face of the Grachtengordel (Canal Ring) in the 17th century by designing the Westerkerk on Prinsengracht and the Noorderkerk in the Jordaan. Consecrated in 1611, the Zuiderkerk was the first Protestant church to be built in the city
Zuiderkerk
72 Zuiderkerkhof
Located at Zuiderkerkhof 72, the Zuiderkerk is currently closed until March 2017. The Metro can be taken to Nieuwmarkt, while the site is also a short walk from WaterloopleinThe Zuiderkerk sits just south of Amsterdam’s Nieuwmarkt and is one of a series of ecclesiastical masterpieces constructed by Dutch Renaissance architect Hendrick de Keyser. He helped to shape the face of the Grachtengordel (Canal Ring) in the 17th century by designing the Westerkerk on Prinsengracht and the Noorderkerk in the Jordaan. Consecrated in 1611, the Zuiderkerk was the first Protestant church to be built in the city
Westerkerk is a 5- to 10-minute walk west from Dam Square, and Carillon recitals take place on Fridays, generally at 1pm. Entry to the church tower is by guided tour only (April to October), which run every 30 minutes every day but Sunday. The viewing platform can only be reached by fairly steep stairs, and children must be 6 or older to enter. Tickets cost €7.50 per person.Built on the banks of Prinsengracht Canal in the 17th century, Amsterdam’s Westerkerk is famous for three things: sky-high views of Amsterdam from the top of its spire, Rembrandt's grave, and Anne Frank's ties to the church. Designed by star architect Hendrick de Keyser in the Dutch Renaissance style.
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Westerkerk is a 5- to 10-minute walk west from Dam Square, and Carillon recitals take place on Fridays, generally at 1pm. Entry to the church tower is by guided tour only (April to October), which run every 30 minutes every day but Sunday. The viewing platform can only be reached by fairly steep stairs, and children must be 6 or older to enter. Tickets cost €7.50 per person.Built on the banks of Prinsengracht Canal in the 17th century, Amsterdam’s Westerkerk is famous for three things: sky-high views of Amsterdam from the top of its spire, Rembrandt's grave, and Anne Frank's ties to the church. Designed by star architect Hendrick de Keyser in the Dutch Renaissance style.
The church occasionally hosts concerts and recitals featuring the magnificently restored 19th-century Sauer organ. Note that the church is only open to the public for a few hours a day depending on events and massesAmsterdam’s most important Roman Catholic Church, and, in fact, Amsterdam’s only basilica, was built between 1884 and 1887 and is now of the city’s most recognizable icons thanks to striking Neo-Baroque and Neo-Renaissance features. The façade, which is flanked by two imposing towers, features an intricate rose window depicting Christ and the four Evangelists made in the acclaimed Van den Bossche and Crevels workshop. The basilica’s interior is lavishly decorated.
Basiliek van de Heilige Nicolaas
The church occasionally hosts concerts and recitals featuring the magnificently restored 19th-century Sauer organ. Note that the church is only open to the public for a few hours a day depending on events and massesAmsterdam’s most important Roman Catholic Church, and, in fact, Amsterdam’s only basilica, was built between 1884 and 1887 and is now of the city’s most recognizable icons thanks to striking Neo-Baroque and Neo-Renaissance features. The façade, which is flanked by two imposing towers, features an intricate rose window depicting Christ and the four Evangelists made in the acclaimed Van den Bossche and Crevels workshop. The basilica’s interior is lavishly decorated.
The canal runs between IJ Bay, near Central Station and Muntplein squarehis slow, winding canal served as a moat around Amsterdam before the capital city expanded in 1585. Today, Singel has become a top attraction thanks to scenic passes and easy access to a number of Amsterdam’s most popular neighborhoods, including the infamous Red Light District. Travelers looking to explore the Singel can peruse Bloemenmarkt—a well-known flower market that’s comprised of floral-filled boats floating between Koninsplein and Muntplein squares. And a trip along the canal will take travelers past architectural masterpieces from the Dutch Golden era, including iconic houses, the Munttoren tower
Singel
The canal runs between IJ Bay, near Central Station and Muntplein squarehis slow, winding canal served as a moat around Amsterdam before the capital city expanded in 1585. Today, Singel has become a top attraction thanks to scenic passes and easy access to a number of Amsterdam’s most popular neighborhoods, including the infamous Red Light District. Travelers looking to explore the Singel can peruse Bloemenmarkt—a well-known flower market that’s comprised of floral-filled boats floating between Koninsplein and Muntplein squares. And a trip along the canal will take travelers past architectural masterpieces from the Dutch Golden era, including iconic houses, the Munttoren tower
With its ring of canals extending over 62 miles (100 km) and featuring an incredible 1,500 bridges, it's no surprise that Amsterdam’s canal ring has earned itself the nickname ‘the Venice of the North’. The 17th-century canals, including the most famous waterways of Prinsengracht, Keizersgracht, Herengracht and Jordaan, achieved UNESCO World Heritage status back in 2010, and remain key landmarks for visiting tourists. The Prisengracht, or Prince’s Canal, is the longest of Amsterdam’s four main canals, measuring around two miles, and one of the liveliest in the city. Here, colorful houseboats float by the riverbanks and the surrounding streets are crammed with cafés, shopping boutiques
Prinsengracht
With its ring of canals extending over 62 miles (100 km) and featuring an incredible 1,500 bridges, it's no surprise that Amsterdam’s canal ring has earned itself the nickname ‘the Venice of the North’. The 17th-century canals, including the most famous waterways of Prinsengracht, Keizersgracht, Herengracht and Jordaan, achieved UNESCO World Heritage status back in 2010, and remain key landmarks for visiting tourists. The Prisengracht, or Prince’s Canal, is the longest of Amsterdam’s four main canals, measuring around two miles, and one of the liveliest in the city. Here, colorful houseboats float by the riverbanks and the surrounding streets are crammed with cafés, shopping boutiques
Due to its central location on Muntplein, Munttoren is easily accessible on foot or by public transit, including trams (1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 14, 16, 24) and buses (363). The tower is not open to the public for visits but can be enjoyed from many different viewpoints along the surrounding canalshe Munttoren, which means “Mint” or “Coin” tower in Dutch, is located on busy Muntplein Square in Amsterdam, precisely where the Amstel River and the Singel Canal meet and formed Regulierspoort. Built in 1487 as part as one of the main gates in Amsterdam's medieval city wall, Munttoren was mainly used to mint coins until it burned down in 1618. It was later on rebuilt in the Amsterdam Renaissance style.
Munttoren
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Due to its central location on Muntplein, Munttoren is easily accessible on foot or by public transit, including trams (1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 14, 16, 24) and buses (363). The tower is not open to the public for visits but can be enjoyed from many different viewpoints along the surrounding canalshe Munttoren, which means “Mint” or “Coin” tower in Dutch, is located on busy Muntplein Square in Amsterdam, precisely where the Amstel River and the Singel Canal meet and formed Regulierspoort. Built in 1487 as part as one of the main gates in Amsterdam's medieval city wall, Munttoren was mainly used to mint coins until it burned down in 1618. It was later on rebuilt in the Amsterdam Renaissance style.
Magere Brug is located on the Amstel River between Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht and connects Kerkstraat with Nieuwe KerkstraatMagere Brug is a bridge in Amsterdam that crosses the Amstel River. Its name translates as “skinny bridge” and comes from the original bridge that was so skinny, it was difficult for two people to pass each other while walking across it at the same time. Legend also has it that the bridge was built by the Mager sisters to make it easier to visit each other since they lived on opposite sides of the river. Though it is still called the Skinny Bridge, today it is no longer so skinny. The bridge was replaced with a wider one in 1871.
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Skinny Bridge
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Magere Brug is located on the Amstel River between Keizersgracht and Prinsengracht and connects Kerkstraat with Nieuwe KerkstraatMagere Brug is a bridge in Amsterdam that crosses the Amstel River. Its name translates as “skinny bridge” and comes from the original bridge that was so skinny, it was difficult for two people to pass each other while walking across it at the same time. Legend also has it that the bridge was built by the Mager sisters to make it easier to visit each other since they lived on opposite sides of the river. Though it is still called the Skinny Bridge, today it is no longer so skinny. The bridge was replaced with a wider one in 1871.
One of Amsterdam’s most famous central squares, the busy Leidseplein, or Leiden Square, claims a prime location to the South of the city’s canal ring and opposite the popular Vondelpark. Once serving as a 17th-century transport stand for horse-drawn carriages, the square remains a vibrant center point, alive with street entertainers and freestyle jazz performers. Here, costumed acrobats and break-dancers amuse punters at the square’s many cafés, shops and restaurants. As the sun sets, the city’s notorious brown cafés, Irish pubs and music venues fill up, and the square is at its liveliest, flickering with neon and echoing with music spilling from the clubs. Melkweg and Paradiso .
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One of Amsterdam’s most famous central squares, the busy Leidseplein, or Leiden Square, claims a prime location to the South of the city’s canal ring and opposite the popular Vondelpark. Once serving as a 17th-century transport stand for horse-drawn carriages, the square remains a vibrant center point, alive with street entertainers and freestyle jazz performers. Here, costumed acrobats and break-dancers amuse punters at the square’s many cafés, shops and restaurants. As the sun sets, the city’s notorious brown cafés, Irish pubs and music venues fill up, and the square is at its liveliest, flickering with neon and echoing with music spilling from the clubs. Melkweg and Paradiso .
Keirzersgracht is located in the middle of Amsterdam’s three major canals and is the widest in the city. During the winter months locals and travelers make their way to the frozen canal for ice skating and racing along the frozen water.
Keizersgracht
Keirzersgracht is located in the middle of Amsterdam’s three major canals and is the widest in the city. During the winter months locals and travelers make their way to the frozen canal for ice skating and racing along the frozen water.
The Homomonument is located on the bank of the Keizersgracht canal near Westerkerk church.As the name might suggest, the Homomonument, located in the center of Amsterdam, pays homage to the struggles of gay men and women fighting for equity and freedom. The memorial, which includes three large pink granite triangles, was opened in 1987 and is the first in the world to honor gays and lesbians who lost their lives at the hands of Nazis. In 2011, another such monument was erected in Barcelona that was modeled after the famous Homomonument. Travelers looking to explore the history and culture of Amsterdam may want to include a visit to this iconic destination en route to the Anne Frank museum
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Homomonument
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The Homomonument is located on the bank of the Keizersgracht canal near Westerkerk church.As the name might suggest, the Homomonument, located in the center of Amsterdam, pays homage to the struggles of gay men and women fighting for equity and freedom. The memorial, which includes three large pink granite triangles, was opened in 1987 and is the first in the world to honor gays and lesbians who lost their lives at the hands of Nazis. In 2011, another such monument was erected in Barcelona that was modeled after the famous Homomonument. Travelers looking to explore the history and culture of Amsterdam may want to include a visit to this iconic destination en route to the Anne Frank museum
While much of the historic architecture and charm is visible from the canal, travelers looking to travel back in time while indoors should check out the Museum Willet Holthuysen. It’s one of three historic residences that still has the original interior intactRecognized as one of the most exclusive addresses in the city, Herengracht has been home to Amsterdam elite since the early 17th century. And while this famous canal is still the ideal spot to brush elbows with the well-to-do, it’s also an incredible place to explore the history and culture of this famous city. Travelers who venture to this charming neighborhood can check out the original home of the Dutch West India Company.
Herengracht
While much of the historic architecture and charm is visible from the canal, travelers looking to travel back in time while indoors should check out the Museum Willet Holthuysen. It’s one of three historic residences that still has the original interior intactRecognized as one of the most exclusive addresses in the city, Herengracht has been home to Amsterdam elite since the early 17th century. And while this famous canal is still the ideal spot to brush elbows with the well-to-do, it’s also an incredible place to explore the history and culture of this famous city. Travelers who venture to this charming neighborhood can check out the original home of the Dutch West India Company.
You’ll find the De Gooyer Windmill located between Funenkade and Zeeburgerstraat, next to the IJ brewery which pours traditional Dutch beers. It is about 35 minutes walking from the city center.One of Holland’s many famous windmills, the De Gooyer Windmill was used as a flour mill and dates back to the 16th century. It is one of the few remaining windmills located within Amsterdam, and is also the tallest one in the entirety of the Netherlands. Octagonal in shape, the wooden windmill was once a part of a group of five windmills located here though it is the only one remaining. It has been built, destroyed, and rebuilt over time, with its wooden facade over the original stone placed in 1814
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De Gooyer
5 Funenkade
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You’ll find the De Gooyer Windmill located between Funenkade and Zeeburgerstraat, next to the IJ brewery which pours traditional Dutch beers. It is about 35 minutes walking from the city center.One of Holland’s many famous windmills, the De Gooyer Windmill was used as a flour mill and dates back to the 16th century. It is one of the few remaining windmills located within Amsterdam, and is also the tallest one in the entirety of the Netherlands. Octagonal in shape, the wooden windmill was once a part of a group of five windmills located here though it is the only one remaining. It has been built, destroyed, and rebuilt over time, with its wooden facade over the original stone placed in 1814
Brouwersgracht is open to all 24/7, free of charge. It’s within easy walking distance of the Centraal Station.Brouwersgracht Topping off the western side of Amsterdam’s plush Canal Ring and crossing into the bohemian enclave of the Jordaan, Brouwersgracht is an enticing canal lined with narrow, gabled townhouses and former warehouses with façades that tilt precariously forwards. Connecting the canals of Singel and Singelgracht, it has been voted the prettiest street in the city and its length is home to hundreds of houseboats moored chaotically along the bank. In the 17th century known for its tanners and brewers, the canal has lost little of its tranquil atmosphere..
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Brouwersgracht
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Brouwersgracht is open to all 24/7, free of charge. It’s within easy walking distance of the Centraal Station.Brouwersgracht Topping off the western side of Amsterdam’s plush Canal Ring and crossing into the bohemian enclave of the Jordaan, Brouwersgracht is an enticing canal lined with narrow, gabled townhouses and former warehouses with façades that tilt precariously forwards. Connecting the canals of Singel and Singelgracht, it has been voted the prettiest street in the city and its length is home to hundreds of houseboats moored chaotically along the bank. In the 17th century known for its tanners and brewers, the canal has lost little of its tranquil atmosphere..
Damrak Running from Amsterdam Central railway station to Dam Square, The Damrak is often called the "Red Carpet" of Amsterdam. For it is the first site, in all its bustling glory, that visitors see when they exit the train. The Damrak, as the center of the city, is a bustling thoroughfare, filled with souvenir shops, hotels, and restaurants. Two famous buildings also make their home here: the Beurs van Berlage (the former stock exchange) and the famous mall, the Bijenkorf. From the station, the street ends at Dam Square, site of events and demonstrations of all kinds. The Damrak is the original mouth of the Amstel River - rak being a reach, or straight stretch of water.
Damrak
Damrak Running from Amsterdam Central railway station to Dam Square, The Damrak is often called the "Red Carpet" of Amsterdam. For it is the first site, in all its bustling glory, that visitors see when they exit the train. The Damrak, as the center of the city, is a bustling thoroughfare, filled with souvenir shops, hotels, and restaurants. Two famous buildings also make their home here: the Beurs van Berlage (the former stock exchange) and the famous mall, the Bijenkorf. From the station, the street ends at Dam Square, site of events and demonstrations of all kinds. The Damrak is the original mouth of the Amstel River - rak being a reach, or straight stretch of water.
Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis) With its classical sandstone façade looming over Amsterdam’s central Dam Square, the 17th-century Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis) has been a firm favorite on tourist itineraries since becoming state property back in 1936. Designed by Jacob van Campen, the impressive Romanesque construction is fashioned around over 13,500 woolen piles sunk into the ground and is best known for its iconic rooftop statue of Greek titan Atlas, straining beneath the weight of the world on his back. First built as a city hall, the building was transformed into a Royal Palace back in 1808, under reign of Louis I, King of Holland and is still used frequently for state visits.
Royal Palace of Amsterdam
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Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis) With its classical sandstone façade looming over Amsterdam’s central Dam Square, the 17th-century Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis) has been a firm favorite on tourist itineraries since becoming state property back in 1936. Designed by Jacob van Campen, the impressive Romanesque construction is fashioned around over 13,500 woolen piles sunk into the ground and is best known for its iconic rooftop statue of Greek titan Atlas, straining beneath the weight of the world on his back. First built as a city hall, the building was transformed into a Royal Palace back in 1808, under reign of Louis I, King of Holland and is still used frequently for state visits.
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Canals of Amsterdam
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Canal Boat Tour Amsterdam Cruise
8 Stationsplein
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De Wallen
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go beer tasting under the windmill
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De Gooyer
5 Funenkade
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go beer tasting under the windmill
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Kinderdijk
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Giethoorn
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Arts & Culture
local theater
Theater Purmaryn
1 Waagplein
local theater
www.tingieterijholland.nl pewter foundry:Tingieterij Holland is a family company which is currently the third generation of things tigers. Although developments have not been silent over the years, it is still the case with ancient castings, the oldest dating back to 1697. In October 2014, we won the Golden Prize at the 4th International Exhibition for Crafts and Folk Culture in Tianjin China . Now you also have the opportunity to get acquainted with this craft, and if you wish, you can also pour Tin yourself. If you come with a larger group (> 6 persons), it is advisable to make an appointment and / or make a reservation on our website.
Tingieterij Holland
381 Van IJsendijkstraat
www.tingieterijholland.nl pewter foundry:Tingieterij Holland is a family company which is currently the third generation of things tigers. Although developments have not been silent over the years, it is still the case with ancient castings, the oldest dating back to 1697. In October 2014, we won the Golden Prize at the 4th International Exhibition for Crafts and Folk Culture in Tianjin China . Now you also have the opportunity to get acquainted with this craft, and if you wish, you can also pour Tin yourself. If you come with a larger group (> 6 persons), it is advisable to make an appointment and / or make a reservation on our website.
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พิพิธภัณฑ์แห่งชาติแห่งอัมสเตอร์ดัม
1 Museumstraat
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พิพิธภัณฑ์แวนโก๊ะห์
6 Museumplein
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Book 2 month before
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Anne Frank Huis
263 Prinsengracht
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Book 2 month before
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NEMO Science Museum
2 Oosterdok
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Essentials
AH Weeshuissteeg
2 Weeshuissteeg
local little supermarket
Superrr
51 Genuahaven
local little supermarket
Shopping
Eggert Shopping Center
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Hoog Catharijne
54 Godebaldkwartier
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Getting Around
busstop Www.ebs-ov.nl/contact/openingtijden-service-loketten/ Loket Tramplein Tramplein 20 1441 GP Purmerend: is open on working days from 07:00 to 19:00 and on Saturdays and Sundays from 09:00 to 17:00.
Purmerend, Tramplein
busstop Www.ebs-ov.nl/contact/openingtijden-service-loketten/ Loket Tramplein Tramplein 20 1441 GP Purmerend: is open on working days from 07:00 to 19:00 and on Saturdays and Sundays from 09:00 to 17:00.
Busstop 308 to Amsterdam. Buy at localticketshop or tourist information 9 euro a day ticket. it goes local to volendam,marken,edam and zaanse schans. ebs bus goes also to amsterdam
Vallettastraat
Busstop 308 to Amsterdam. Buy at localticketshop or tourist information 9 euro a day ticket. it goes local to volendam,marken,edam and zaanse schans. ebs bus goes also to amsterdam
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SkyLounge Amsterdam
4 Oosterdoksstraat
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A'DAM Tower
1 Overhoeksplein
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Amsterdam, De Pijp
the zoo
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ARTIS
38-40 Plantage Kerklaan
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the zoo
Prix d'Ami
3 Haringpakkerssteeg
Coffee Shop
27HS Utrechtsestraat
Coffeeshop The Stud
581 Molukkenstraat
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Coffeeshop Amsterdam
44 Haarlemmerstraat
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Casa Rosso
106-108 Oudezijds Achterburgwal
Park
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Vondelpark
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Park
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Jordaan
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park
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Sarphatipark
37I Sarphatipark
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park
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Cycle4you
147-149 Amstelveenseweg
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Museumplein
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Red Light Secrets
60h Oudezijds Achterburgwal
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cool village near Amsterdam
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Weesp
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cool village near Amsterdam
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Edam
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Hoorn
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Medemblik
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Haarlem
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Haarlem
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Leiden
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Bloemendaal aan Zee
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Zandvoort aan Zee
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Circuit Park Zandvoort
108 Burgemeester van Alphenstraat
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Zaandam
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Drinks & Nightlife
Club Panama is a nightclub located in a historic and atmospheric building in Amsterdam's Oostelijk Havengebied (Eastern Docklands), playing host to live music
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Panama
4 Oostelijke Handelskade
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Club Panama is a nightclub located in a historic and atmospheric building in Amsterdam's Oostelijk Havengebied (Eastern Docklands), playing host to live music
Louie Louie is a new Bar on the opposite of the Tropenmuseum and the Oosterpark. It has a very nice (heated) terrace. Nice place for a drink, a lunch or a reasonable priced dinner. Bewerken
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Louie Louie
11A Linnaeusstraat
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Louie Louie is a new Bar on the opposite of the Tropenmuseum and the Oosterpark. It has a very nice (heated) terrace. Nice place for a drink, a lunch or a reasonable priced dinner. Bewerken
studio 80 Atmospheric, intimate 2-room club showcasing cutting-edge electronic music from up-and-coming DJs.
Rembrandtplein 17
17 Rembrandtplein
studio 80 Atmospheric, intimate 2-room club showcasing cutting-edge electronic music from up-and-coming DJs.
Another pearl to chill in the East and have not less than good Amsterdammer beers and well made cocktails. I like the unpretentious decor of the place, the friendly staff, decent music and the easy going customers. Weekends may be crowdy but reasonably quiet in the week days
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BAR JOOST
33 Molukkenstraat
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Another pearl to chill in the East and have not less than good Amsterdammer beers and well made cocktails. I like the unpretentious decor of the place, the friendly staff, decent music and the easy going customers. Weekends may be crowdy but reasonably quiet in the week days
Still best Cocktailbar around. Run by snotty kids but a great hidden treasure. Not cheap but good value for money.
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Hiding In Plain Sight
18 Rapenburg
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Still best Cocktailbar around. Run by snotty kids but a great hidden treasure. Not cheap but good value for money.
One of Amsterdam’s ‘it’ clubs, Air has an environmentally friendly design by Dutch designer Marcel Wanders including a unique tiered dance floor. Bonuses include lockers and refillable cards that preclude fussing with change at the five bars. The awesome sound system attracts cutting-edge DJs spinning everything from disco to house and techno to hip-hop. Hours vary; dress to impress.
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AIR Amsterdam
24 Amstelstraat
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One of Amsterdam’s ‘it’ clubs, Air has an environmentally friendly design by Dutch designer Marcel Wanders including a unique tiered dance floor. Bonuses include lockers and refillable cards that preclude fussing with change at the five bars. The awesome sound system attracts cutting-edge DJs spinning everything from disco to house and techno to hip-hop. Hours vary; dress to impress.
Depending on the night there are DJs and live acoustic sessions otherwise the bar staff play great music. The terrace is a must for anybody who loves to sit next to the water, listening to rock
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Café Soundgarden
164-166 Marnixstraat
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Depending on the night there are DJs and live acoustic sessions otherwise the bar staff play great music. The terrace is a must for anybody who loves to sit next to the water, listening to rock
You will find the Wynand Fockink Proeflokaal (Dutch for tasting tavern) and liquor store in the Pijlsteeg, an alley behind the National Monument on the Dam square in Amsterdam. In around 1679 Wynand Fockink started a liqueur distillery. Soon a Proeflokaal was added, where customers could taste and buy the products. To this day, this practice has continued; here liqueurs and genevers are still being made using the same 17th century traditional craft methods. Wynand Fockink produces more than 70 Dutch liqueurs and genevers which can be tasted in an authentic 17 century environment in the old time honoured way of bowing to the drink and slurping the first sip from a traditional tulip glass.
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Wynand Fockink Proeflokaal and Spirits
31 Pijlsteeg
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You will find the Wynand Fockink Proeflokaal (Dutch for tasting tavern) and liquor store in the Pijlsteeg, an alley behind the National Monument on the Dam square in Amsterdam. In around 1679 Wynand Fockink started a liqueur distillery. Soon a Proeflokaal was added, where customers could taste and buy the products. To this day, this practice has continued; here liqueurs and genevers are still being made using the same 17th century traditional craft methods. Wynand Fockink produces more than 70 Dutch liqueurs and genevers which can be tasted in an authentic 17 century environment in the old time honoured way of bowing to the drink and slurping the first sip from a traditional tulip glass.
The front is basically a living room (flower curtains, furniture and retro lamps) with a bar in the middle. The back is used all sorts of performances (and heavy dancing). Also offers vegetarian menu's for 10 euro on Mondays and Thursdays
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De Nieuwe Anita
111 Frederik Hendrikstraat
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The front is basically a living room (flower curtains, furniture and retro lamps) with a bar in the middle. The back is used all sorts of performances (and heavy dancing). Also offers vegetarian menu's for 10 euro on Mondays and Thursdays
Large, laid-back hangout with lots of pool tables, plus pub grub & a full bar with beer on tap.
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Club 8
56B Admiraal de Ruijterweg
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Large, laid-back hangout with lots of pool tables, plus pub grub & a full bar with beer on tap.
ith its creative retro sci-fi themed cocktail menu and atmospheric decor, Door 74 is not one to miss. That is easier said than done; they have a secret hidden entrance. Good luck finding it!
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Door 74
74 Reguliersdwarsstraat
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ith its creative retro sci-fi themed cocktail menu and atmospheric decor, Door 74 is not one to miss. That is easier said than done; they have a secret hidden entrance. Good luck finding it!
The North Sea Jazz Club is a thriving outlet for the city's vibrant jazz scene where you can enjoy jazz, funk, soul and world music by top-of-the-bill acts, established names and up-and-coming talent in an intimate jazz club setting. Thursday evenings are reserved for free jam sessions at the neighbouring trattoria Pizza Pazzani. On Fridays, the weekend is kick-started at the club’s Friday Night Out with drinks, dinner and live music. And on Saturdays, it’s time for Late Night Live: a free-of-charge late-night programme beginning at 23:30 and presenting the grooviest talents in town. Sundays regularly feature lunch and dinner concerts.
Pazzanistraat
The North Sea Jazz Club is a thriving outlet for the city's vibrant jazz scene where you can enjoy jazz, funk, soul and world music by top-of-the-bill acts, established names and up-and-coming talent in an intimate jazz club setting. Thursday evenings are reserved for free jam sessions at the neighbouring trattoria Pizza Pazzani. On Fridays, the weekend is kick-started at the club’s Friday Night Out with drinks, dinner and live music. And on Saturdays, it’s time for Late Night Live: a free-of-charge late-night programme beginning at 23:30 and presenting the grooviest talents in town. Sundays regularly feature lunch and dinner concerts.
The epitome of the old-style Jordaan cafe, this kitschy red-vinyl place is where the original Jordaanese would sing oompah ballads with drunken abandon. They still do, but nowadays everyone joins in. Packed with peole, but an experience
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Café Nol
109 Westerstraat
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The epitome of the old-style Jordaan cafe, this kitschy red-vinyl place is where the original Jordaanese would sing oompah ballads with drunken abandon. They still do, but nowadays everyone joins in. Packed with peole, but an experience
Franklin:Trendy spot of the quarter! The food is very good! Very nice concept if you’re eating with friends and want to wine and dine all night. And they propose amazing cocktails!
Amstelveenseweg 156
156 Amstelveenseweg
Franklin:Trendy spot of the quarter! The food is very good! Very nice concept if you’re eating with friends and want to wine and dine all night. And they propose amazing cocktails!
Very nice restaurant with a good menu, laid back atmosphere and friendly staff. It is the ideal place to have a good and solid lunch or a drink in the afternoon. Also serves dinner
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Bar Moustache
141 Utrechtsestraat
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Very nice restaurant with a good menu, laid back atmosphere and friendly staff. It is the ideal place to have a good and solid lunch or a drink in the afternoon. Also serves dinner
Exclusive 2-storey nightclub with elegant Asian-themed bar & dance floor lit by over 12,000 lamps.
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Jimmy Woo
18 Korte Leidsedwarsstraat
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Exclusive 2-storey nightclub with elegant Asian-themed bar & dance floor lit by over 12,000 lamps.
At this pub style bar it’s all about burgers and beer. With local craft beers and burgers for less than € 10,-. The interior design is cosy and feels like a British pub with an Amsterdam twist. This new hotspot is located on the corner of the Jan Evertsenstraat and Mercatorplein. Perfect for drinks with friends!
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Café Frits
135 Jan Evertsenstraat
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At this pub style bar it’s all about burgers and beer. With local craft beers and burgers for less than € 10,-. The interior design is cosy and feels like a British pub with an Amsterdam twist. This new hotspot is located on the corner of the Jan Evertsenstraat and Mercatorplein. Perfect for drinks with friends!
In this recently renovated tower you will find 2 great restaurants, MADAM and MOON. MOON is a slowly spinning restaurant with amazing food and a little higher priced. MADAM is more an easy-going restaurant with great cocktails as well. Both have the best view of Amsterdam!
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A'DAM Tower
1 Overhoeksplein
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In this recently renovated tower you will find 2 great restaurants, MADAM and MOON. MOON is a slowly spinning restaurant with amazing food and a little higher priced. MADAM is more an easy-going restaurant with great cocktails as well. Both have the best view of Amsterdam!
Watch beer being brewed in copper vats behind a glass wall at this outstanding craft brewery. Its dozen beers include a summery blonde, smoked porter, strong tripel, and deep-red Imperial IPA; it also distils gin from its beer and serves fantastic bar food including humongous burgers. Troost's popularity (book ahead on weekend evenings) saw its second premises open in Westergasfabriek.
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Brouwerij Troost
21 Cornelis Troostplein
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Watch beer being brewed in copper vats behind a glass wall at this outstanding craft brewery. Its dozen beers include a summery blonde, smoked porter, strong tripel, and deep-red Imperial IPA; it also distils gin from its beer and serves fantastic bar food including humongous burgers. Troost's popularity (book ahead on weekend evenings) saw its second premises open in Westergasfabriek.
Boutique Bar Vesper is located in the middle of the Jordaan area in Amsterdam, between the trendy Haarlemmerdijk shopping district and the Brouwersgracht. Vesper has a large variety of great wines, beers and an extensive cocktail list. Due to the intimate character of the bar, Vesper is a great location for small get -togethers, cocktail parties or just a nice drink after work.
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Vesper
57 Vinkenstraat
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Boutique Bar Vesper is located in the middle of the Jordaan area in Amsterdam, between the trendy Haarlemmerdijk shopping district and the Brouwersgracht. Vesper has a large variety of great wines, beers and an extensive cocktail list. Due to the intimate character of the bar, Vesper is a great location for small get -togethers, cocktail parties or just a nice drink after work.
Great Belgian beers, with many on tap. Also great food! Later at night it's more of a bar scene, but at dinner time or on weeknights it is more mellow and a great place to get a steak, burger, fondue, friend and other dutch appetizers.
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Gollem's Proeflokaal
160-162 Overtoom
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Great Belgian beers, with many on tap. Also great food! Later at night it's more of a bar scene, but at dinner time or on weeknights it is more mellow and a great place to get a steak, burger, fondue, friend and other dutch appetizers.
Great restaurant, burgers, spare ribs, salads, gin&tonics
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Café Maxwell
27 Beukenplein
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Great restaurant, burgers, spare ribs, salads, gin&tonics
Golden Brown Bar is one of the hottest spots on the westside of Amsterdam and it’s well known voor it’s cosy atmosphere, great Thai food and nice drink and beer menu.
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The Golden Brown Bar
146 Jan Pieter Heijestraat
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Golden Brown Bar is one of the hottest spots on the westside of Amsterdam and it’s well known voor it’s cosy atmosphere, great Thai food and nice drink and beer menu.
This fancy bar is located at the top of the DoubleTree Hilton hotel. Just go into the hotel and take the lift to the top floor. The bar has stunning views of the city
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SkyLounge Amsterdam
4 Oosterdoksstraat
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This fancy bar is located at the top of the DoubleTree Hilton hotel. Just go into the hotel and take the lift to the top floor. The bar has stunning views of the city
De School is a new night club, which is relatively unknown for tourists. If you've heard of the club 'trouw' and you want to go there unfortunately I have to tell you that they closed down this year. De School is from the same owners and has the same atmosphere, so if you want to party you should definately go there. (Buy tickets in advance and prepare for waiting some time to enter)
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De School
1 Doctor Jan van Breemenstraat
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De School is a new night club, which is relatively unknown for tourists. If you've heard of the club 'trouw' and you want to go there unfortunately I have to tell you that they closed down this year. De School is from the same owners and has the same atmosphere, so if you want to party you should definately go there. (Buy tickets in advance and prepare for waiting some time to enter)
The Brouwerij t'IJ allows you to combine great beer and a bit of Dutch scenery. Europeans, especially the Dutch, Germans and Belgians, are known for great tasting beer. Explore an Amsterdam local favorite, the Brouwerij t'IJ. This place is especially significant in that it situated at the base of De Gooyer windmill, one of the few windmills left in the city. So if you can't get out of the city long enough to see the Dutch countryside, make your way to the east side of Amsterdam to visit the Brouwerij t'IJ. The tasting room is open from 14:00 to 20:00, and tours are available weekend days at 15:30 and 16:00. (+31 20 320 1786)
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Brouwerij 't IJ
7 Funenkade
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The Brouwerij t'IJ allows you to combine great beer and a bit of Dutch scenery. Europeans, especially the Dutch, Germans and Belgians, are known for great tasting beer. Explore an Amsterdam local favorite, the Brouwerij t'IJ. This place is especially significant in that it situated at the base of De Gooyer windmill, one of the few windmills left in the city. So if you can't get out of the city long enough to see the Dutch countryside, make your way to the east side of Amsterdam to visit the Brouwerij t'IJ. The tasting room is open from 14:00 to 20:00, and tours are available weekend days at 15:30 and 16:00. (+31 20 320 1786)
A Dynamic, Open-Minded and Creative Place for Club and Live Music. Located in our 'backyard' Westerpark! Check Their Program to Swing Till You Drop :-)! It's also a Restaurant opens in the morning from 11:00 for coffee and a piece of cake. At 11.30 the kitchen is open for lunch from 16:00 o'clock for tapas and traditional Dutch snacks. At 17.30 the kitchen is open for dinner. They have a moderately priced bistro menu with fresh products and homemade fries
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Pacific Amsterdam
23 Polonceaukade
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A Dynamic, Open-Minded and Creative Place for Club and Live Music. Located in our 'backyard' Westerpark! Check Their Program to Swing Till You Drop :-)! It's also a Restaurant opens in the morning from 11:00 for coffee and a piece of cake. At 11.30 the kitchen is open for lunch from 16:00 o'clock for tapas and traditional Dutch snacks. At 17.30 the kitchen is open for dinner. They have a moderately priced bistro menu with fresh products and homemade fries
Amsterdam Roest: industrial city beach. The day restaurant at Amsterdam Roest is called Super De Bar. There are also markets, warehouse parties and festivals! Website: amsterdamroest.nl
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Amsterdam Roest B.V.
213 Czaar Peterstraat
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Amsterdam Roest: industrial city beach. The day restaurant at Amsterdam Roest is called Super De Bar. There are also markets, warehouse parties and festivals! Website: amsterdamroest.nl
Bukowski is the best place for an early breakfast and great coffee. Most popular places for cocktails and drinks later in the evening
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bar Bukowski
10 Oosterpark
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Bukowski is the best place for an early breakfast and great coffee. Most popular places for cocktails and drinks later in the evening
Hard Rock Cafe Amsterdam The world-renowned Hard Rock Cafe opened an Amsterdam location in 1999. It has since been providing visitors with a complete sensorial experience through traditional American fare, inventive drinks, and loud (you’ve guessed it) rock music. Each Hard Rock Café around the world is unique and customized to its location; the Amsterdam branch has a definitive relaxed feel that blends in perfectly with the casual fun that has become so typical of the Hard Rock brand throughout the years. There’s also a small museum on site with two particularly crowd-pleasing features; the former is the memorabilia, which, in this instance, holds authentic items like Run D.M.C.’s icon.
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Hard Rock Cafe Amsterdam
57-61 Max Euweplein
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Hard Rock Cafe Amsterdam The world-renowned Hard Rock Cafe opened an Amsterdam location in 1999. It has since been providing visitors with a complete sensorial experience through traditional American fare, inventive drinks, and loud (you’ve guessed it) rock music. Each Hard Rock Café around the world is unique and customized to its location; the Amsterdam branch has a definitive relaxed feel that blends in perfectly with the casual fun that has become so typical of the Hard Rock brand throughout the years. There’s also a small museum on site with two particularly crowd-pleasing features; the former is the memorabilia, which, in this instance, holds authentic items like Run D.M.C.’s icon.
Xtracold Icebar The experience of Amsterdam’s Xtracold Icebar begins with the chance to enjoy some of the best cocktails in the city in the – normally heated – bar lounge. From there, a 3-D movie transports visitors back to the 16th century, where they find themselves aboard the ship Mercury, captained by explorer Willem Barentsz as it sails into the frozen north. After donning thermal ponchos and mittens, it’s time to enter the ice bar itself, a magical world of polar bears scattered on an icy Arctic coastline, where even the vodka shots are served in frozen glasses. The design of the Icebar is remodelled every year, using 60 tons of ice imported from northern Europe.
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Xtracold Icebar Amsterdam
194 Amstel
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Xtracold Icebar The experience of Amsterdam’s Xtracold Icebar begins with the chance to enjoy some of the best cocktails in the city in the – normally heated – bar lounge. From there, a 3-D movie transports visitors back to the 16th century, where they find themselves aboard the ship Mercury, captained by explorer Willem Barentsz as it sails into the frozen north. After donning thermal ponchos and mittens, it’s time to enter the ice bar itself, a magical world of polar bears scattered on an icy Arctic coastline, where even the vodka shots are served in frozen glasses. The design of the Icebar is remodelled every year, using 60 tons of ice imported from northern Europe.
House of Bols The House of Bols Cocktail & Genever Experience is on Museumplein and has won awards for its innovative, contemporary design. At just a stone’s throw from the three great art museums of Van Gogh, Stedelijk and Rijksmuseum, it is an homage to two of Amsterdam’s oldest alcoholic drinks: Bols was the world’s first distilled spirit, produced in Amsterdam in 1575 by Lucas Bols, while genever is the Dutch equivalent of today’s gin and was drunk instead of water in the 17th century, as it was believed to hold medicinal properties. A fun-filled, self-guided romp around the exhibition takes about an hour and includes taste, touch and smell sessions in the Hall of Taste as well...
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House of Bols, the Cocktail & Genever Experience
14 Paulus Potterstraat
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House of Bols The House of Bols Cocktail & Genever Experience is on Museumplein and has won awards for its innovative, contemporary design. At just a stone’s throw from the three great art museums of Van Gogh, Stedelijk and Rijksmuseum, it is an homage to two of Amsterdam’s oldest alcoholic drinks: Bols was the world’s first distilled spirit, produced in Amsterdam in 1575 by Lucas Bols, while genever is the Dutch equivalent of today’s gin and was drunk instead of water in the 17th century, as it was believed to hold medicinal properties. A fun-filled, self-guided romp around the exhibition takes about an hour and includes taste, touch and smell sessions in the Hall of Taste as well...
Heineken Experience A visit to the old Heineken brewery is paramount to brew-worshipers and beer lovers. You will learn the history of the Heineken family, find out how the logo has evolved, and follow the brewing process from water all the way through to bottling. Along the way you can watch Heineken commercials from around the world, join a Heineken bottle on its life's journey and drive a virtual dray horse. Inside the brewery are fermentation tanks, each capable of holding a million glassfuls of Heineken, as well as vintage brewing equipment and tall malt silos. Unique attractions make the Heineken Experience a fun trip. You can see and feel what it’s like to be Heineken beer bottle.
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Heineken Experience
78 Stadhouderskade
424
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Heineken Experience A visit to the old Heineken brewery is paramount to brew-worshipers and beer lovers. You will learn the history of the Heineken family, find out how the logo has evolved, and follow the brewing process from water all the way through to bottling. Along the way you can watch Heineken commercials from around the world, join a Heineken bottle on its life's journey and drive a virtual dray horse. Inside the brewery are fermentation tanks, each capable of holding a million glassfuls of Heineken, as well as vintage brewing equipment and tall malt silos. Unique attractions make the Heineken Experience a fun trip. You can see and feel what it’s like to be Heineken beer bottle.
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Heineken Experience
78 Stadhouderskade
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