Looking northward toward Centraal Station.
Proeflokaal Arendsnest, strictly Dutch beer-only served here.
Riding the ferry across the River IJ
Burger Zaken, late night diner in the Red Light District.
Cafe Latei in the Red Light District.
Cafe de Klos, the finest smoked pork ribs in Amsterdam.
Street art off Zeedijk, one of the great walking streets in the city.
Cafe Latei, rock n roll, coffee and fresh pastries.
An antique and fully-functioning Heidelberg printing press. Seen in Jordaan.
Cafe Chris, est. 1624, the oldest bar in the Jordaan neighborhood.
Stork, and other bird art, is chockablock in Holland.
Bitterballen snack at Cafe Eike and Linde in the Plantage neighborhood.
Munttoren, standing at the junction of the Amstel River and Singel Canal. The tower was originally constructed in 1480.
Albert Cuyp Market’s TacoTeca, a bustling and surprisingly good Mexican food stand.
Condiments and salsa at TacoTeca.
De Pasteibakkerij is the best charcuterie workshop in Noord Holland.
On a quiet sidestreet in the Rivierenbuurt, one of the meat cases at De Pasteibakkerij.
The Tropenmuseum, one of the most beautiful public buildings in Amsterdam.
Foeders, if you like rare and obscure sour brews from the continent this is your place.
La Zoccola del Pacioccone, the best pizza pie in the city
The Westertoren, soaring 85 metres above Westerkerk. The crown of the Habsburg Emperor Maximilian is the pinnacle of the structure. It is long rumored that Rembrandt is buried on the grounds somewhere but the location is a mystery.
Broodje Bert, a tiny Dutch lunchroom with some of the best sandwiches in town.