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Westerpark

A place to walk, relax, skate or have a picnic. Part of the Westergas complex, a selection of cafés, restaurants and bars, as well as an art-house cinema and a variety of small creative businesses. Several large cultural events take place here.

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Vondelpark

Amsterdam’s most popular park, attracting thousands of tourists, residents and everyone in between every day. Home to a selection of restaurants and cafés. The Vondelpark has been awarded national heritage status.

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De Hallen

Food, film, fashion, crafts and architecture converge at this cultural center in a converted industrial building – former tram depot – in Amsterdam Old-West.

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Albert Cuyp Market

The largest outdoor market in the Netherlands, with 260 stands operating six days a week selling everything, from Vietnamese spring rolls to freshly made stroopwafels. The market is situated in the heart of the De Pijp district, one of Amsterdam’s liveliest areas.

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Moco Museum

An independent museum that brings a wide range of modern and contemporary art to a broad public. From Andy Warhol’s ‘Dollar Sign’ to brand new art installations. Located in the heart of Amsterdam’s Museum District.

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Rijksmuseum

The heart of Dutch culture for more than 200 years. Houses a collection that reflects over 800 years of art and objects. Masterworks such as Rembrandt’s ‘Jewish Bride’ and ‘The Night Watch’ have remained key fixtures in the museum over the centuries.

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Tropenmuseum

A museum of world cultures, housed in an impressive museum building. Cultural diversity from Africa to West and South East Asia, from New Guinea to Latin America.

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Artis

Artis was the first zoo to be established in The Netherlands. It is a national institute with a city park where people, animals, microbes, trees, plants, stars, museums, art and heritage come together.

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Westerpark

A place to walk, relax, skate or have a picnic. Part of the Westergas complex, a selection of cafés, restaurants and bars, as well as an art-house cinema and a variety of small creative businesses. Several large cultural events take place here.

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Vondelpark

Amsterdam’s most popular park, attracting thousands of tourists, residents and everyone in between every day. Home to a selection of restaurants and cafés. The Vondelpark has been awarded national heritage status.

Explore »
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De Hallen

Food, film, fashion, crafts and architecture converge at this cultural center in a converted industrial building – former tram depot – in Amsterdam Old-West.

Explore »
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Albert Cuyp Market

The largest outdoor market in the Netherlands, with 260 stands operating six days a week selling everything, from Vietnamese spring rolls to freshly made stroopwafels. The market is situated in the heart of the De Pijp district, one of Amsterdam’s liveliest areas.

Explore »
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Moco Museum

An independent museum that brings a wide range of modern and contemporary art to a broad public. From Andy Warhol’s ‘Dollar Sign’ to brand new art installations. Located in the heart of Amsterdam’s Museum District.

Explore »
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Rijksmuseum

The heart of Dutch culture for more than 200 years. Houses a collection that reflects over 800 years of art and objects. Masterworks such as Rembrandt’s ‘Jewish Bride’ and ‘The Night Watch’ have remained key fixtures in the museum over the centuries.

Explore »
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Tropenmuseum

A museum of world cultures, housed in an impressive museum building. Cultural diversity from Africa to West and South East Asia, from New Guinea to Latin America.

Explore »
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Artis

Artis was the first zoo to be established in The Netherlands. It is a national institute with a city park where people, animals, microbes, trees, plants, stars, museums, art and heritage come together.

Explore »
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