Café de Pels
This place first gained notoriety thanks to a dedicated minister, Leendert Schouten, who built a scale model of the Jewish Tabernacle...
If you're the kind of person who walks through the Canal Ring and marvels over what a true feat of engineering this area is, you won't...
This well-curated photography museum stages large-scale, temporary exhibitions, drawing from its own collection as well as hosting...
Join society ladies sipping top-notch tea and nibbling homemade Belgian-style chocolates and pastries at this chichi little tearoom in...
It's easy to miss this tucked-away spot, despite its location near the bustling Spui (look for the cobalt-blue awning). Sure, the menu...
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Lonely Planet review
This appealingly shabby traditional brown cafe is also a Sunday morning breakfast fave, with plenty of international newspapers to pore over as you sip your koffie verkeerd (milky coffee).