The southern end of the street used to terminate at the Utrechtse Poort, a gate to the nearby city of Utrecht, hence the name. This...
Built around 1685 for Amsterdam mayor Jacob Hop and redesigned in 1739, this sumptuous residence, now managed by the Amsterdam Museum,...
At this handbag museum you'll find half a millennium's worth of arm candy. The largest collection in the Western world (over 5000 bags),...
This hole in the wall just off Rembrandtplein has karaoke, singing and comedy drag shows that bring out the best in any girl's wardrobe....
Café van Leeuwen
You can get a taste of the cooking at this canal-side café with snacks at borrel (drinks), but with a quality-to-price ratio this...
Utrechtsestraat 57 · interesting places nearby
This delicatessen piles fresh, delicious ingredients into its takeaway sandwiches, such as smoked beef with egg and salt, or warm goat's cheese with pine nuts and honey. Ask for the English menu if it's not already on the counter.