Amsterdam is the meeting point of art and history and is the symbol of the Dutch Golden Age. Adorned by canals and connected by bridges, Amsterdam offers unique experiences to its guests with magnificent canal houses, museums, and vibrant atmosphere.
Where to Visit in Amsterdam
Some of the attractions you should remember to visit when you go to Amsterdam
Anne Frank House is one of the few museums that contains the most important values and meanings for the Humanity. I had the opportunity to interview Annemarie Bekker about Anne Frank House and the heritage of Anne Frank.
If you are interested in photography, Foam is the perfect place for you to visit. Foam is all about photography and annually receives over 200,000 visitors at the canal side location on the Keizersgracht.
by Meryem Aksoy
Stay in Amsterdam
The best places to stay in Amsterdam for leisure and business travelers
With its beautiful canal houses, Amsterdam always has a different place in the heart of tourists. The combination of canals, bridges, museums, and different cultures makes it different. Sir Albert Hotel is also part of this unique city. I talked with Sophie Huisman about Sir Albert Hotel and Amsterdam.
Amsterdam is a city adorned with canals, and one of the most famous is Keizersgracht. The Dylan Amsterdam is located on this prestigious canal and offers both the comfort of a five-star boutique hotel and a Michelin-starred restaurant experience together. I talked with Robbert van Rijsbergen about The Dylan Amsterdam.
Luxury Suites Amsterdam is located in the historic city center. Since 2015, with individually designed suites and penthouses, Luxury Suites Amsterdam have been welcoming business and leisure travellers. I talked with Wladimir Schrijver about Luxury Suites Amsterdam.
by Melisa Kaya
Eat & Drink in Amsterdam
Delicious meals and unforgettable tastes await you in every city you visit
Since 1971, Yamazato Restaurant has been representing the refined authentic haute cuisine of Japan, Kaiseki Ryori. In 2002, Yamazato Restaurant became the first Michelin-starred traditional kaiseki restaurant outside of Japan. I talked with Executive Chef Masanori Tomikawa, Executive Chef and Manager of Yamazato Restaurant.
Piet, Benny, and Alessandro restored a warehouse in Amsterdam and established the BAK restaurant, where they served the dishes they created using local ingredients. I talked with Piet Sanders about BAK restaurant.
Amsterdam offers many options for both residents and tourists with its gastronomic diversity. Since 1998, Restaurant De Struisvogel, located on the corner of the Canal Keizersgracht and Berenstraat, serves delicious dishes. I talked to Eva Lopes Dias about Restaurant De Struisvogel.
Restaurant BREDA was founded in Amsterdam by three friends, Johanneke van Iwaarden, Guillaume de Beer, and Freek van Noortwijk, who grew up in BREDA. I talked with Johanneke van Iwaarden about Restaurant BREDA.