At this handbag museum you'll find half a millennium's worth of arm candy. The largest collection in the Western world (over 5000 bags),...
Originally called Reguliersplein, then Botermarkt, after the butter markets held here until the mid-19th century, this square now takes...
De Heeren van Aemstel
Students in particular cram into this grand-café -style club to enjoy the roster of live big bands and pop and rock cover bands.
Lovely crown mouldings and wrought ironwork chandeliers woo diners up to the second level, a perfect place to curl up on the comfy...
Amsterdam's prettiest canal was dug in 1658 to link the Herengracht with the canals further south. It was named after an order of monks whose monastery was located nearby. From here you can peer through the arches of at least seven bridges. Many canal boats pass by.
A number of houses along here have intriguing gables, tablets and fancy decorations.