One of the most well-known and important locations in the city with its
notable buildings and frequent events.
The official residence of Queen Beatrix. Attractive, magnificent and
The church built in the 15th century no longer serves for masses but for
public exhibitions, organ recitals and coronations of the Royal Family.
The oldest tasting house in town, opened by the Bootz distillery on June
29th, 1650. It specializes in jenever (Dutch gin).
An upscale department store offering many prestigious brands in clothing,
accessories, beauty, food, and home.
This obelisk-shaped World War II memorial was erected in 1956 to commemorate
the casualties of World War II and subsequent armed conflicts.
Small and expensive wax museum. Celebrities with a waxen stare.
If you want to familiarise yourself with the history of Amsterdam, this
museum is an ideal place! The artefacts displayed here are very interesting.
A nice place where you can walk among small, pretty buildings and green
lawns. It was constructed in the Middle Ages.
A nice square with a statue of a small boy, Het Lieverdje (the Little
Darling) that should represent a typical Amsterdam kid.
This group of buildings is spread along the canal. It is one of the most
upscale neighbourhoods in Amsterdam.
Built in 1488, this edifice, a part of town's walls, served as a ‚weigh
house‘ and later as a museum or a theatre.
If you walk around the Chinatown, make sure you don't miss out on this
traditionally built Buddhist temple.
Amsterdam's oldest parish church, consecrated in 1306 by the bishop of
Utrecht. It stands in De Wallen district.
A truly atmospheric quarter devoted to the sex-oriented business. Visit at
night to get the best experience.