One of two churches located in the Begijnhof, the Engelse Kerk was built around 1392. It eventually was rented out to the local...
Contained within the Begijnhof and dating from 1671, this is a 'clandestine' chapel where the Beguines were forced to worship after the...
This enclosed former convent dates from the early 14th century. It’s a surreal oasis of peace, with tiny houses and postage-stamp...
Café the Minds
Don't let the word café in the name fool you – this is a hard-core (but very friendly) punk bar where the beer's cheap, the music's...
Join the locals sitting on wooden chairs in the sun (or on the window seats inside) at this fabulous little sandwich shop in a winning...
Raamsteeg 4 · interesting places nearby
Biercafé Gollem information
The pioneer of Amsterdam's beer cafés is a minuscule space covered all over in beer paraphernalia. The 14 beers on tap and 200 in the bottle (mostly from Belgium) attract lots of connoisseurs. The bartenders are happy to advise.