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Eva & Kobe
Eva & Kobe
June 9, 2020
AMSTERDAM CANAL DISTRICT The Canal District in Amsterdam is maybe the most visited area in town. It’s a neighborhood that where almost every view is picture perfect. The canals are so much more than a touristic attraction, sometimes we forget how many unique hotspots there are. This is the area for…
Aafke
Aafke
February 9, 2020
walk along one of the grachten - best is prinsengracht from Leidsestraat toward north/west.
Nikolai
Nikolai
October 4, 2019
Amsterdam's classic, canal belt. Not so crowded as De Wallen and beautiful in any weather or time of the day
Gros
Gros
September 26, 2019
No trip to Amsterdam is complete without an Amsterdam canal cruise. You will sail with perhaps the most beautiful salon boat of Amsterdam with your host as skipper. Viewing Amsterdam from the water is the best and most appropriate way to see all the sights. In peace and quiet you can let the beauty…
Joe
Joe
August 15, 2019
The world famous and UNESCO protected Amsterdam canal belt. The canal belt is roughly 7 km long as it horseshoes around Amsterdam beginning in the West (circa 1580) & ending in the East (circa 1660). It was built to house a growing a city in the Dutch Golden Age and was one of Europe's first urban…

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Point of Interest
“Typical Dutch after, cheesy bar with a guy playing random songs at a piano. Go there to party after 1am, when all types of crowds converge there.”
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Professional & Other Places
“AMSTERDAM NOORD + NDSM Find out more about the Amsterdam neighborhood of Noord, which encompasses both the modern northern waterfront of the IJ and the pretty rural villages to be found slightly inland. Take the ferry to Amsterdam Noord If you’re visiting Amsterdam, chances are that you’ll begin on the south side of the River IJ – for example, arriving at Amsterdam Central Station. To begin exploring the district of Amsterdam Noord ('north') simply board one of the free ferries (by public transport operator GVB) at the waterfront exit of the station (following signs to ‘Noord’). These public ferries depart every few minutes in daytime and even run (less frequently) through the night, transporting pedestrians, bicycles and mopeds. Cultural, architectural & culinary achievements Almost directly opposite Central Station stands the Eye Filmmuseum in all its futuristic glory. This cinema, museum, film archive and café/restaurant is a standout location; although it only opened in spring 2012, the building is already one of Amsterdam’s modern icons. Around the corner, find the Tolhuistuin, another cultural hotspot that boasts a live music venue, a restaurant and much more. The eye-catching A’DAM tower redevelopment next door is further upping the ante in this area, providing space for bars, restaurants, nightclubs and other music businesses. Rural chic In what seems like direct contrast to the cutting-edge vibe, this area also has loads of lovely little villages that are ideal for exploring on foot, by bicycle or by water. Historic villages such as Nieuwendam, Ransdorp and Zunderdorp have authentic stolpboerderijen (traditional Dutch farmhouses with roofs built in the shape of a cheese-cover), wooden houses, canal locks and impressive polder views. Hop on the ferry and cross the IJ-lake to discover this raw part of town. Amsterdam North has an industrial feel and became one of the coolest neighborhoods over the last years. More and more hotspots are popping up! Visit urban beaches like Café de Ceuvel and Pllek! Both perfect spots to relax and enjoy the warm weather on the waterfront. Other nice places overlooking the IJ-lake are film museum EYE (enjoy the sunset on their beautiful terrace!), seafood restaurant Stork and THT restaurant. One of our favorite areas in Amsterdam North is the NDSM Wharf. Known as one of the best festival locations of Amsterdam. North is also the place to be for vintage and thrift shopping. You can’t miss the monthly flea market in the IJ-hallen, a true second hand heaven. The NDSM Wharf - Old shipyard turned creative haven A former shipyard located on the banks of the River IJ in Amsterdam Noord, the NDSM Wharf has blossomed into an enormous cultural hotspot in recent years with a vibrant artist community and an ever-expanding variety of bars and restaurants. With grounds exceeding the size of ten football pitches, the area hosts multi-disciplinary festivals, performances, exhibitions, dance parties and a wide range of other events in unique, post-industrial surroundings. NDSM The NDSM Wharf is a hipster hotspot where they have creative events all your round. This area with a raw and industrial vibe houses the ateliers from experimental artists. You will find cool street art on every corner of the street; it is for a reason young creative come here to get inspired. A Good spot for casual lunch is Pllek. For dinner you can visit Bistro North. To easiest way to reach the NDSM Wharf is by taking the boat from Central station. Are you a vintage lover? Don’t forget to visit the IJ-hallen flea market! Your wallet will be happy and the chance of finding a treasure in someone else its trash is great since it’s the biggest indoor flea market of Europe! ”
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Hotell
“To enjoy a nice dinner at the Hilton Hotel in the restaurant named: Roberto's! And in the morning you can find great Italian cappuccino and espresso at the coffeecorner. Just across the street.”
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Restaurant
“An intimate dining experience in the stylish nine streets neighbourhood. Fine food served in a typically Amsterdam basement setting. Great for date night. ”
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Beliggenhet
Amsterdam-Centrum, NH