Westerkerk Bell Tower
The Westerkerk's bell tower is famously topped by the blue imperial crown that Habsburg emperor Maximilian I bestowed to the city for...
The main gathering place for Amsterdam's Dutch Reformed community, this church was built for rich Protestants to a 1620 design by...
Behind the Westerkerk, this 1987 cluster of three 10m x 10m x 10m granite triangles recalls persecution by the Nazis, who forced gay men...
Koffiehuis De Hoek
This koffiehuis (espresso bar; not to be confused with a coffeeshop) is one of the best places in the city to get an old-fashioned...
Bistro Bij Ons
If you're not in town visiting your Dutch oma (grandma), try the honest-to-goodness cooking at this charming retro bistro instead....
Westermarkt 29 · interesting places nearby
Tandoori meats, coconutty curries, three-alarm vindaloos and other subcontinent classics fill plates at this long-standing Indian restaurant. A lengthy list of lentil, pea, eggplant and spinach dishes will please vegetarians.