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  • Bathouse To Brewhouse - IJ Brewery is housed inside a traditional Dutch Bathhouse built in 1911. Enjoy the best locally made beer and bites under the shadows of a 200 year old windmill. Funenkade 7 1018 AL. 0031 20 2619801
  • Fruit Or Veg, Who Cares When They Are This Good - The Avocado Show is a must eat for all foodies. They serve visually stunning and tasty dishes made with love from SUSTAINABLE and SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE AVOCADOS. Daniel Stalpertstraat 61. 0031630633130
  • When You Can't Decide On What To Eat - The Foodhallen is an international food market located inside a historic tram depot. With over 20 different stalls. Dine during "Beats and Bites' with local DJ's. Bellamyplein 51 1053 AT
  • For Mom With Love - Moeders (Mothers) is the place to go for traditional Dutch food. They have a special wall of fame for all mothers, you can hang your mothers picture there. Make a reservation, its a popular spot for locals. Rozengracht 251 1016 SX. 0031 20 6267957
  • Dine Waterside - Café-Restaurant Stork specializes in seafood. Dine on the terrace and enjoy views of passing boats and ships. Gedempt Hamerkanaal 201 1021 KP


  • Rent A Bike - Rent a Bike and travel like a local. With many options you can stay in the city or take a ride out to the countryside and see the windmills.
  • Float The Canals - Float the Canals and see why the city center of Amsterdam is a UNESCO Heritage Site. It's the best way to enjoy the 17th Century canal system and see the beautiful houses.
  • Visit The NDSM - Spend the afternoon at the NDSM, previously one of the biggest shipyards in the world it's now home to a vibrant artist community. Music, art, food, and culture make this a must see area. Travel by Ferry 54 behind the Central Station.
  • Vondelpark - Vondelpark, the biggest park in our city is home to an open air theatre, bars, and restaurants. Spend the evening enjoying na- ture right in the middle of the city.
  • Visit The Area Of De Pijp - Visit the "Pijp" area; behind the Heineken brewery, the "quartier latin" of Amsterdam with a nice streetmarket called the Albert Cuyp, where you can buy the best Stroopwafels in town. There is a big choice of international cuisine and a lot of start ups like design and fashion shops.