This museum shows, in no uncertain terms, how much courage it takes to actively resist an adversary so ruthless that you can't trust...
The invisible becomes visible at the world's first microbe museum, where fascinating exhibits teach you not only about these tiny life...
Flanked by café (pub-bar) terraces, this tranquil square has twin views of 17th-century canals and cruise ships docking at the Docklands.
On the picturesque Kadijksplein, Orloff's sprawling terrace, shaded by a red awning, is one of the most tranquil in town. Inside,...
This sunny, split-level café looks like it can serve no more than coffee from its tiny kitchen, but in fact it does very decent...
The area northeast of the Plantage was the stomping ground of the Dutch East India Company (VOC), which grew rich on sea trade in the 17th century. The VOC owned this 500m row of warehouses – the largest storage depot in Europe at the time – located in a customs-free zone.
Some of the original facades have been preserved, and the facility has been converted into desirable offices, apartments and appealing dockside cafes, with tables perfect for lazing away an afternoon at the water's edge.