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...
For more than two centuries, Lévelt has been selling tea and coffee in the Netherlands. This is its original shopfront, and it has a...
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.