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If you're planning a citytrip to Amsterdam, here's the place to start
With its unique architectural and cultural heritage, the capital of the Netherlands has attracted travellers from all over the world with its canals and its unmistakeable cosmopolitan atmosphere. A visit to the city on the Amstel is an unforgettable experience.
Tourist favorites in Amsterdam
The Jordaan is a district bordered by four canals: the Lijnbaansgracht canal, the Prinsengracht, the Brouwersgracht and the Leidsegracht. Tracing its roots from 1612, today the Jordaan is one of the most visited destinations in Amsterdam, as well as one of the most expensive, upscale locations in the Netherlands. The Jordaan boasts a number of art galleries, speciality shops and restaurants. It also hosts several markets that are held regularly at Noordermarkt, the Westerstraat and Lindengracht. Other points of interest include the Westerkerk church and the Anne Frank House. Read more
Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam
The Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam (Public Library Amsterdam) is a collective name for all public libraries in Amsterdam. The largest of these libraries, the Centrale Bibliotheek, moved to the Prinsengracht in 1977 and 30 years later, in July 2007, to the Oosterdokseiland, just east of Amsterdam Centraal station. It is the largest public library in Europe. The building was designed by Jo Coenen, the former state architect (Rijksbouwmeester) of the Netherlands. Read more
The Concertgebouw is a concert hall. The Dutch term "concertgebouw" literally translates into English as "concert building". Because of its highly regarded acoustics, the Concertgebouw is considered one of the finest concert halls in the world, along with places such as Boston's Symphony Hall and the Musikverein in Vienna. The architect of the building was Adolf Leonard van Gendt, who was inspired by the Neue Gewandhaus in Leipzig, built two years earlier (and destroyed in 1943). Read more
Anne Frank House
The Anne Frank House is a museum dedicated to Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank, who hid from Nazi persecution with her family and four other people in hidden rooms at the rear of the building. As well as the preservation of the hiding place â€” known in Dutch as the Achterhuis â€” and an exhibition on the life and times of Anne Frank, the museum acts as an exhibition space to highlight all forms of persecution and discrimination. Read more
The Rijksmuseum (English: State Museum) is a Dutch national museum on the Museumplein. The museum is dedicated to arts, crafts, and history. It has a large collection ofpaintings from the Dutch Golden Age and a substantial collection of Asian art. It also displays the stern of the HMS Royal Charles which was captured in the Raid on the Medway, and the Hartog plate. The museum was founded in 1800 in The Hague to exhibit the collections of the Dutch stadtholders. It was inspired by French example. By then it was known as the National Art Gallery (Dutch: Nationale Kunst-Gallerij). In 1808 the museum moved to Amsterdam on the orders of king Louis Bonaparte, brother of Napoleon Bonaparte. The paintings owned by that city, such as The Night Watch by Rembrandt, became part of the collection. Read more
Location. De Lastage Apartments is located in Amsterdam's Old Town neighborhood, close to Waterlooplein, Hortus Botanicus, and Stopera. Nearby points of interest also include Nemo Science Museum and Skinny Bridge. Property Features. De Lastage Apartments features a concierge desk, multilingual staff, and laundry facilities. Complimentary high-speed (wired) Internet access is available in public areas. Additional property amenities include discounted use of a nearby fitness facility. This is a smoke-free property. Guestrooms. 30 guestrooms at De Lastage Apartments feature CD players and coffee/tea makers. Beds come with premium bedding. All rooms include separate sitting areas. At this 3.5-star apartment, accommodations include kitchens with microwaves, refrigerators, and cookware/dishes/utensils. Bathrooms feature showers with handheld showerheads. They also offer makeup/shaving mirrors and hair dryers. Wired high-speed Internet access is complimentary. Guestrooms offer safes. Televisions have satellite channels and DVD players. Rooms also include windows that open and irons/ironing boards. Housekeeping is available weekly. The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or nearby; fees may apply.
Nemo Apartments & Guest House offers 4 completely renovated and fully furnished flats in the centre of Amsterdam. The property is located only 10 minutes walking from the Central Station, so that you will experience the traditional buzz and excitement of Amsterdam. The Red Light district, the Dam Square and the Royal Palace, the Rembrandt House and the Waterlooplein are also within walking distance. The flats are fully furnished and consists of open plan living/dining room, a twin bedroom and a private bathroom with shower. There is a 2 night minimum stay on weekdays, 3 nights on weekends, and 4 nights on holidays. Important: please note that while a credit card is required to guarantee your reservation, this hotel will only accept cash payment and bank transfers.
If you are looking for a 3 star hotel in Amsterdam that boasts all the character of a 17th century canal house, then look no further. 't Hotel is an enchanting property located just behind Dam Square and within easy reach of many of the attractions of this vibrant capital city. The hotel is situated on the Leliegracht and is one of the most picturesque canals in Amsterdam, offering peaceful and romantic strolls, walking distance from the hustle and bustle of the centre. From the moment you arrive you'll be made to feel right at home by the friendly and professional hospitality team. Guests will find luggage storage, fax at reception, cold drinks and ironing facilities for loan. Don't hesitate to ask about the attractions in the immediate vicinity, including Anne Frank's House and Madam Tussauds. This affordable Amsterdam Hotel will certainly treat you to authentic canal house features such as the steep stairs, and although there is no lift, a stairlift provides peace of mind for guests with reduced mobility.
In attractive Peper & Zout restaurant on the busy Overtoom you will get very good value for money.
The mix of hors d'oeuvres is finger-licking good, the asparagus flamandes is right on the spot and very tasty and the cheesecake for dessert is well worth repeating.
The highly skilled staff also quite obviously enjoy their job and this is reflected in the quality of the service.
Supperclub - Amsterdam
A platform for experimental creativity, close to Dam Square, anybody looking for an ordinary restaurant should not go to Supperclub. However, if you are looking for a fun night out and a unique experience, this is the place to be. Lie down on the oversized beds, enjoy the performances from DJs, VJs and artists, and taste flavours like you've never tasted before. At Supperclub, all of the chefs learn by visiting each other, exchanging kitchens, experiences and recipes. This way, the international menu of Supperclub grows and evolves beyond all boundaries. Pour yourself a drink from a champagne bubble bath, or simply select your Chablis or Rioja from the exceptional Supperclub wine list.
A place for delicious traditional Dutch food with a twist, made with fresh local ingredients, that puts a smile on the faces of Amsterdam locals.
Supperclub was founded by artists. When you step inside, you lose your connection with the outside world and the stimulation of all five senses begins. Head Chef Guus Wickenhagen puts together a surprise menu of five courses every week, with new dishes, new combinations and new flavours from across the world. Eating and drinking at Supperclub is always an avant garde and unforgettable experience. As an example, you are served sweetmeats in hospital kidney bowls, along with a pair of rubber gloves with which to eat them. The food at Supperclub is accompanied by music from DJs who have also performed in international clubs and discos, and at parties and festivals where they have gained new inspiration. Many of the performance artists here come from the art or theatre academy, all rising stars that contribute to the distinctive vibe of Supperclub.
Raw crackers, chokos-macronen, taarten, verse groene kokosnootsap, smoothies & ambachtelijke (ice) teas, salades, vege-pies, pasta's & hamburgers*. Alles puur natuur, vegan, gluten en glucose vrij en met liefde geserveerd.