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Les meilleures recommandations des habitants

Des sites touristiques aux trésors cachés, découvrez ce qui fait la particularité de cette ville avec l'aide des habitants qui la connaissent le mieux.
Autres grands espaces
“Excellent exposition, linked with St. Petersburg Hermitage. Less crowded than some other musea in Amsterdam.”
  • Recommandé par 259 habitants
Fleuriste
“Flowers are not treats, but essentials in Amsterdam. Ever since 1860, this famous flower market has been located at the spot where nurserymen and women, having sailed up the Amstel from their smallholdings, would moor their barges to sell their wares directly to customers. No longer floating (it's now perched on piles), the market has plenty of high-kitsch miniature clogs, fridge magnets and wooden tulips; it's also a good place to buy (real) tulips in season and bulbs year-round.”
  • Recommandé par 137 habitants
Grand magasin
“Want to shop in a department store with more high end shops? definitly go to the Bijenkorf”
  • Recommandé par 217 habitants
Gastropub
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“Reachable via a couple of pedestrian/bike bridges from the NEMO Science Museum, this cool, laid-back waterside cafe is built from recycled materials and has a fantastic leafy beer garden. Join the arty crowd enjoying the sunshine at brightly coloured picnic tables under the trees. If the weather's no good, cosy into a vintage armchair by the fire inside.”
  • Recommandé par 362 habitants
Lieu de musique
“The Melkweg is a pop venue and cultural center with live music, club nights, photography, film and festivals. It is located in a former sugar refinery and milk factory on the Lijnbaansgracht in Amsterdam, behind the Leidseplein and next to the Stadsschouwburg.”
  • Recommandé par 212 habitants
Restaurant antillais
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“Nice canal side bar with a Dutch/Surinamese vibe. They have delicious peanut crips from Suriname and some nice beers. ”
  • Recommandé par 285 habitants
Musée d'art
“You can see paintings of the most famous Dutch painters in The Rijksmuseum. Only the building it self is already worth visiting. I advice you to book tickets online so you are sure you can go in and/or can avoid the queue. ”
  • Recommandé par 136 habitants
Café
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“Apple pie of cafe Winkel 43 is to die for... best in whole Amsterdam! Taste it and scrap it from your bucketlist! ”
  • Recommandé par 337 habitants
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Palace
“The Royal Palace is placed at the King's disposal and is active use by the Dutch Royal House. It is open for visitors most of the year. You are more than welcome to discover the rich history and interior of this magnificent building in the heart of Amsterdam. The Palace is closed during royal events. A free audio guide is available in Dutch, English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese and Russian.”
  • Recommandé par 159 habitants
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Plaza
“Around this beautifull square you will find lots of bars, clubs and restaurants”
  • Recommandé par 90 habitants
Café
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“Visit Rembrandt van Rijn’s home and workshop. For twenty years Rembrandt lived and worked in this impressive building in the heart of Amsterdam, now a museum.”
  • Recommandé par 115 habitants
Travel Agency
“Boutiques, boutiques, boutiques and coffee and restaurants. Wonderfull street!”
  • Recommandé par 246 habitants
Plaza
“Waterlooplein has a market every day with used bikes, clothing (new and used), tchotchkes.”
  • Recommandé par 145 habitants
Théâtre
“Carré is closely connected to the family Carré. This family group gave their first performances by the end of the 18th century and in 1863 they came to the Netherlands for the first time. In 1866 Oscar Carré finally got permission to build his first stone theatre, and on 3 December 1887 this building was officially opened. It was immediately a big success. At first Carré was only used during the winter, the winter circus of Oscar Carré then performed but during the rest of the year this group travelled and the theatre was empty. However, in 1893 the theatre was rented during the summer, which meant that there were performances during the entire year. Carré turned form a circus into a variété theatre (Dutch version of a Music Hall). After the dead of Oscar Carré in 1911 the theatre had a bad period. No profits were made even though several directors tried new things. Max Gabriël rebuilt the theatre, but this didn't work so he left only a year later. Boekholt brought a new program and new sorts of amusements, but this didn't work either. A business company whom brought back the circus entertainment went bankrupt. Finally (in 1924) two gentlemen named Benjamin and Content were able to make a profit with Carré. After Benjamin and Content, Alex Wunnink became the director. He was successful and brought many new shows, as well as a big profit.”
  • Recommandé par 94 habitants
Lake
“The Hortus Botanicus is a charming botanical garden in Central-East. The garden is located on the stately Plantage Middenlaan. The garden is approximately 1.2 hectares and contains more than six thousand tropical and native trees and plants. On cold winter days you can relax in the pleasant temperatures of the tropical greenhouses. From the Hortus you can walk in a few minutes to the beautiful Jewish-Portuguese Synagogue.”
  • Recommandé par 150 habitants
Centre commercial
“With shops offering enough pumps, boots, spike heels, designer clothes, cosmetics, suitcases and specialty foods to satisfy the fussiest shopper, Leidsestraat attracts droves of tourists, locals and fashionistas. Whether you're searching for high style, camp shoes, Dutch cheese or soft drugs, you're likely to find what you're looking for in the boutiques, high-end department stores, specialty shops and coffeeshops on this busy passenger byway and the small streets shooting off from it.”
  • Recommandé par 137 habitants