Wake up to a new Amsterdam where design, fashion, and music connect to create an extraordinary dynamic for the city of canals.
How I See Amsterdam
Amsterdam is an intriguing melting pot of people and cultures. There is something for everyone, whether it's an outdoor festival, a fab party, a quiet café, or a vibrant restaurant. Stroll through local markets or wander along the iconic canals—Amsterdam has it all.
Know Before You Go
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Talk Like A Local
Learn the slang from the streets.
A word that is used as an alternative name for Amsterdam
Oh mokum, how beautiful you are!
Neighborhoods to Explore
Find your way outside the city center to be drawn in by Amsterdam’s street life and its mesmerizing green parks. Hang out with locals and uncover each area’s very own character.
1. Jordaan Area
This area is famous for its hidden courts, scenic views over the canals, great restaurants, and traditional Amsterdam brown café's. This is also where you can find Amsterdam's best Dutch Applepie!
2. Amsterdam North
To get here, take one of the free ferries that depart from Amsterdam Central Station. This undiscovered area is famous for its bohemian vibe, funky street art, and amazing views over Amsterdam's old town.
3. De Pijp
Lose yourself for hours in lively de Pijp, with its colorful mix of cuisines, terraces, and vibrant cafés. From the beautiful landscaped gardens of the Sarphatipark to the famous Albert Cuypmarkt, De Pijp oozes beatnik flair from every angle, and has been a popular hub for creatives, students and bohemian spirits since the 60s.
4. Amsterdam East
Amsterdam East is one of the most upcoming neighborhoods. It seems that a new hotspot pops up almost every day. A drink at the rooftop of The Volkshotel is a must, or try a great cocktail at the trendy Louie Louie.
Spuistraat 175, 1012 VN
Ultimate Access to Amsterdam
This is Amsterdam for those in the know.
Bar Kartel serves dishes from all over the world. Just coming for a drink or a cup of coffee? They've got you covered. Located in Amsterdam Wes, Bar Kartel is the perfect spot after exploring the neighborhood.
Daniël Stalpertstraat 36
Oeuf means egg in French! If you are craving the best egg dishes you definitely have to visit. It's a Paris meets New York style restaurant in one of the coziest streets of the famous "De Pijp" area sporting a huge terrace.
In this eatery you will find innovative twists on classic grab-and-go recipes, authentic, fantastic, classic Israeli meals, redefined pitas, mouthwatering meat and vegetarian options, and a mix of Tel Aviv moments.
The museum offers a rich and varied exhibition program with changeovers about four times per year. The collection consists primarily of leading modern (national and international) photography.
Either / Or
It’s always been a goal to create a fun and party-type of atmosphere without the workouts losing their intensity. Every week there is a booty club session at W Amsterdam.
Everything you need for an escape to Amsterdam.
1. Rain jacket
The perfect jacket to keep you stylish and safe for the many rain showers you will encounter.
Warm and cozy and perfect for an autumn day.
Fitted and stylish—this is a hat that goes with every outfit.
Boots to help you explore the streets no matter how big the puddles are.
Spotted in Amsterdam
Future Rising brought the hottest new names in music to W's around the world - so naturally the fashion followed.
An intriguing design mix of heritage and contemporary style where nights never end and the pulse is set high.
A blend of old and new, the Amsterdam Museum focuses on the eclectic nature of the city, from historic exhibitions to interactive installations.
IJ Promenade 1
In a unique building, across the river in the upcoming area of Amsterdam Noord, EYE is part movie theater, part museum.
Enjoy a special Dutch meal in an atmospheric environment where all guests experience the absolute delights of the Dutch cuisine.
Albert Cuypstraat 2-6
Izakaya is one of the trendy hotspots, known for its fabulous Japanese cuisine.
This Asian-inspired restaurant offers street food dishes from all over Asia.
Goudbloemstraat 91 & Linnaeusstraat 88
Skip those touristy canal tours and join G’s Restaurant on their brunch boats to experience a different way to discover Amsterdam.
With a menu offering four to seven courses inspired by one seasonal product or cuisine, you know you’re getting the best from Guts & Glory.
Eerste Jacob van Campenstraat 54
The place to go to if you love breakfast. Recipes from New Zealand and Los Angeles will make sure your day starts with a bang (or bangers).
The biggest shop for Dutch design, art and fashion in Amsterdam. This wonderful place is located in the Bank building of W Amsterdam.
Elandsgracht 60 & Haarlemmerstraat 92-94
This heaven for denim lovers sells exclusive items hand-dyed in their shop. Perfect for that unique piece for your outfit.
Books at Mendo’s aren't only for reading, they are pieces of art. Search for visual beauty and inspiration in a great selection.
This big store hidden in a small alley offers a lot of amazing shoes that will make any outfit outstanding. It’s worth the hunt.
A restaurant with very unique dinner shows that turns into a beautiful club. Monday nights are their best nights.
Dr. Jan van Breemenstraat 1
Amsterdam’s newest talk of the town, this club is located in an old school building that also hosts a restaurant, a café and a gym.
A luxurious club next to the Rembrandtplein, ABE makes a perfect chic night out to explore Amsterdam’s nightlife.
Located at the gay quarters of Amsterdam, NYX is a great place to explore. See and be seen!
The interior here is out of this world. Worth a visit no matter if you’re out for a chill drink or a raging dance party.