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We liked the way that the place looked and decided to give it a try. Apparently De Waag is one of the oldest non-religious buildings in Amsterdam (15th century) and used to be a part of the wall around Amsterdam.
Although it was pretty crowded...More
Great real estate for a café, and nice background for photos.
This baby castle is just another remnant of the old city walls, actually the wag was a city gate. It's said to be the eldest building remaining that is not of religious background.
I first visited here about 10 years ago with 3 of my Lovely, Lovely friends, it was winter, wet and cold! We had a brilliant afternoon in the cafe and the staff and food were excellent- a very happy memory which had stayed with me....More
My partner and I agreed to have a late breakfast at the In De Waag after we saw how stunning the castle restaurant looked the night we arrived.
We arrived midday around 12:30 and many tables were available, so we chose one and sat. The...More
de Waag is part of Amsterdam's history, Part of the old city walls. With its distinct architecture, you can not miss it. Located in the center of Nieuwmarkt District, a wonderful place to meet friends, have a casual beer, wine , coffee, cocoa, lunch or...More