This monument in Oosterpark commemorates the abolition of slavery in the Netherlands in 1863.
Oosterpark was laid out in 1891 to accommodate the diamond traders who found their fortunes in the South African mines, and it still has...
The Tropenmuseum houses a three-storey collection of colonial artefacts, presented with insight, imagination and a fair amount of...
Named after the barfly writer Charles Bukowski, this art-deco cafe is a fine spot to channel the drinking and writing muse. Linger all...
When professors in suits are spotted eating in a student cafeteria, it's often out of desperation but in Agora's case, the food is...
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Hotel Arena’s club hosts radically different nights from one evening to the next, from salsa to ‘90s hits. It’s a bit out of the centre, but definitely worth a hike, as your €15-or-less ticket gets you entry into one of the most beautiful spaces in Amsterdam - a marble-trimmed chapel. As an added bonus, the drinks are relatively cheap.