A little gem that has been kept intact and in its original state for over 3 centuries: grocery shop from 1743.
Civic Guard Gallery - a public passage-way with 15 enormous paintings of Civic Guards paintings from the Golden Age
Almshouses (or inner courtyards) are collections of small apartments around a central courtyard, built for the elderly.
Anatomical and embryological museum with probably the largest collection of human deformities of the body in one place
Architectural movement (1910-30) that has enriched Amsterdam with splendid historical neighbourhoods, buildings and bridges
Defence line of 135 km with forts, batteries, dikes, sluices, canals and polders.
Our Lord in the Attic - a hidden church tucked away in the attic of a 17th century merchant house.
Convent of Bethany - a cloister nestled in the oldest area of Amsterdam, where you can listen to chamber music
The indivisible part of the Dutch capital where more than 160 classic wooden homes still remain, on the other side of the River IJ. Bundled together in little photogenic streets alongside picturesque dikes like the Buiksloterdijk, Schellingwouderdijk and the beautiful Nieuwendammerdijk, all are easily accessible by bike.
An enclosed courtyard with 2 churches and charming houses dating from the early 14th century
For lovers of horses and 19th-century architecture: the Royal Riding School at the Overtoom.
An authentic coffee bar in former sacristy of the Oude Kerk, with picturesque terrace in monastery garden
Cultural and culinary centre in Amsterdam West, nearby the centre
Discover the many picturesque streets of the Jordaan with its hidden gardens.
One of the oldest botanical gardens (1682) with a classical designed outdoor garden and 7 greenhouses (with each representing a different climate), 300-year-old Eastern Cape giant cycad and palm greenhouse.