You find yourself at Amsterdam central station an hour or two to spare. You could take a coffee or grab something to eat, or go and explore the neighbourhood! There’s a lot to see and do near the station with plenty of variety. Let’s take a look at what kind of photos you can expect […]
The Portuguese Israeli Synagogue, also known as the Esnoga (Ladino: אסנוגה), or Snoge, is a late 17th-century Sephardic synagogue in Amsterdam, completed in 1675. Esnoga is the Ladino word for synagogue. In January 2012 Israeli Prime-Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described this as “one of the most beautiful synagogues I have ever seen.” The synagogue is a […]
Rembrandt is perhaps undoubtedly the greatest artist of the Dutch Golden age. He left a substantial and exceptional collection of artwork, much of which can be seen at the Rembrandt House Museum. Rembrandt lived in the house at Jodenbreestraat 4 in Amsterdam between 1639 and 1658. This large house built in 1606 cost him 13,000 […]
The Munttoren is a historic tower standing on the busy Muntplein square in Amsterdam. Munttoren (mint tower) is a remnant of the Regulierspoort which was a gateway into the city. The tower was part of the old medieval city wall built between 1480 and 1487. It had two towers separated by a gate & guardhouse. […]
The Mozes en Aäronkerk is a Roman Catholic Church in Waterlooplein, Amsterdam.
Amsterdam’s best known and largest open air flee-market!
A floating market located on Singel selling flowers, bulbs & souvenirs.
A historic and beautiful draw-bridge located on the river Amstel.
A picturesque and tranquil location for taking photos of canals and bridges.
A richly decorated bridge connecting the Rembrandtplein and Waterlooplein areas.