Built between 1998 and 2000 by Dutch architect Frits van Dongen, this energy-efficient, zinc-clad apartment block has two raised corners...
Preserving Dutch journalism history, the press museum is much more interesting to non-Dutch speakers than it may sound. It's housed in...
Kanis & Meiland
A favourite among the 'islanders', this cavernous spot has an inviting wooden reading table, tall windows facing the 'mainland' and a...
Set in the century-old Royal Dutch Steamboat Company (KNSM in Dutch) arrivals hall, this airy cafe has a breezy menu of dishes like...
Piraeusplein 59 · interesting places nearby
De Wereldbol information
A passionate and personable owner-chef, an ever-changing menu and an idyllic view of boats bobbing on the water make this small, dark-wood restaurant a fine place to stop for lunchtime soups, salads and sandwiches or end a day of sightseeing in the area dining on dishes like sea bass with squid-ink spaghetti and banana bread with homemade banana ice cream.