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 feat of engineering it is, you won't want to miss...
Philips Vingboons designed the 1639 building using Greek and Roman classical elements popular during the time.
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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Café de Pels information
This appealingly shabby traditional brown café is also a Sunday morning breakfast fave, with plenty of international newspapers to pore over as you sip your koffie verkeerd (milky coffee).