From the street Noah's Arq looks like a normal pub but down in the basement it harbours this trippy-and-then-some minigolf course. The...
Flanked by café (pub/bar) terraces, this tranquil square has twin views of 17th-century canals and cruise ships docking at the...
An immense 17th-century admiralty building houses one of the world's most extensive collections of maritime memorabilia. Early shipping...
On the picturesque Kadijksplein, Orloff's sprawling terrace is one of the most tranquil in town. Inside, there's a magazine-strewn...
This unassuming local favourite, with a shell-and-chandelier interior, has a short, handwritten menu utilising what ever's fresh from...
Lonely Planet review
This showpiece building of the Amsterdam Architecture Foundation is a one-stop shop for all your architectural needs. Expert staff are on hand to interpret the fascinating changing exhibits, and you can find books, guide maps and suggestions for tours on foot, by bike and by public transport.