Amsterdam local markets
Good news for people who love to scour markets: most of the Amsterdam markets are still open. Check a full overview and all info via the website of I Amsterdam. Our favorites are the book market at Spui, Dappermarkt, Noordermarkt, and Lindengracht Market.
Oldest buildings in Amsterdam
Do you want to dive a little more into the history of the city? At OudeKerksplein 23 you will find De Oude Kerk, the oldest building in Amsterdam. Definitely do walk around the Red Light District a bit more, because here you will find even more old buildings. For example, at Warmoesstraat 90 you will find the oldest house in the city and at Zeedijk 15-1 you will find the oldest cafe.
Are you a great art lover and do you prefer to stay outside? Fortunately, Amsterdam has a lot of public outdoor art. On the website of the Municipality of Amsterdam, you will find an overview of all works of art that can be found throughout the city.
If you enjoy walking and eating, we recommend taking a food walk. There are various options, such as de stadswandeling 020, restaurant wandeling and there is even an oyster walk. Bon Appétit.
Goat farm in Amsterdamse Bos
In the middle of the Amsterdamse Bos you will find an organic goat farm, where goats, chickens, cows, pigs, a horse run round. At the moment you can’t enter the stable and playground, but it’s still a fun place to visit when you’re around. Besides, the farm shop is still open, which sells goat cheese, dairy, meat, and also delicious organic icecream!
Hot tubs in Volkshotel
What’s better than ending a day full of activities in a hot tub? Exactly, not much. On the rooftop of Volkshotel, you’ll find Badplaats. This is the place to sweat out your hangover in a sauna or hang out till your fingers shrivel in one of the hot tubs. All with a view over the city. Do note that Badplaats is currently only accessible for hotel guests.
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