The lower part of this striking tower was built to strengthen Amsterdam's eastern defences in 1512. Positioned on the old city wall, it...
Now the luxury Grand Hotel Amrath, the grand 1916-built Scheepvaarthuis was the first true example of Amsterdam School architecture. The...
Centrale Bibliotheek Amsterdam
This symmetrical, nine-storey 'tower of knowledge' (its self-appointed nickname) is the country's largest library. Unveiled in 2007, it...
Adorned with chandeliers and chesterfields, speakeasy-style cocktail bar HPS (for Hiding in Plain Sight) is tiny so it's worth booking...
The bar-restaurant in the basement of De Appel arts centre has a farm-to-fork credo. There's always a fish of the day and a daily...
Prins Hendrikkade 142 · interesting places nearby
De Appel information
See what's on at this spiffy contemporary-arts centre. The curators have a knack for tapping young international talent and supplementing exhibitions with lectures, film screenings and performances. Admission includes a 45-minute tour departing hourly. Moes , the bar-restaurant in the centre's basement, rocks a local crowd of young hipsters.