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The eastern edge of central Amsterdam provides visitors with the chance to imagine the city that Rembrandt called home (and to tour his historic house) while shopping like the thriftiest of locals at Waterlooplein’s massive flea market, or even enjoying a craft beer beside the tallest wooden windmill in The Netherlands. This verdant, serene, and stately part of town is home to Artis Royal Zoo, one of Europe’s oldest (and still best kept) zoos, and Hortus Botanicus, one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world. It's also an ideal setting for the Dutch outpost of St Petersburg’s Hermitage.
"Well worth the visit and better than the usual tourist attractions"
reviewed yesterday by lynnNP20
The best museum format I have experienced. Every part of the museum starts with a short film followed by exhibts with both images and items accompanied by text and an audio guide.
It tells the story of life in occupied Netherlands and what happened to people from every walk of like including NSB/Nazi supporters, Jews, nationals of colonised dutch territories...
Friendly staff and beautifully preserved building. Its amazing to actually go into his art studio and the other personal rooms he lived in. Excellent audio tour. Highly recommend. Would have liked more of his paintings (prints would suffice!!) on display but a huge collection of etchings are there to enjoy.
Now, this is how a great museum should be curated. The assembly of documents, art, film, photography, and decorative and religious objects is superb. It's small enough to be manageable but the depth of its collection is outstanding. Combine this with the Portuguese Synagogue and learn about the relatively long history of Jews in Amsterdam in a beautiful and moving...
Wonderful food from the olives and breads to finishing off with a lovely coffee.
Everything is cooked to perfection and the attention to detail is perfect. We had the lamb and chicken kebabs which were just great.
Everyone was welcoming and to price is even better. Cannot fault anything about this place and if I come back to Amsterdam I...
New Zealand, Cafe, European, Healthy, Contemporary
reviewed yesterday by Redmond90
Class munchie got the kiwi breakfast nd the misses got pancakes, was something different but was good, had to wait about 45mins on a seat mind u but they give u a time to go back and reserve ur seat which was handy!
$$ - $$$ • Dutch, Bar, Cafe, European, Diner, Central European, Healthy
"5 stars service"
reviewed 4 days ago by federicabA2363NQ
Great healthy food, served quickly. Nice environment and staff is very kind. We’re definitely coming back for a nice lunch and to chat with the manager of the place, you can find everything you need in there.
Out of the way place but in walking distance from several hot spots including the train station for even more connections! Great staff, good food, with a royal suite overlooking a canal. Great for our little getaway.
Your search is over, book a room in Wittenberg for a perfect location, impressive building, charming rooms with vibrant colors and soothing zenology camelia black tea scent. Strongly recommend and looking forward to coming back one day.
The staff was very hospitable. So informative and helpful. The breakfast was delicious and the fresh squeezed OJ was a treat. Rooms were lovely and clean and some of the group were overlooking the canal. When we tried to find a restaurant on a Monday night the front desk pointed us to a delicious spot within walking distance. I would...
Great location, quirky vibe, enthusiastic and friendly staff. Super comfy, huge bed and small but well thought out and functional room. Loved the control pad in the room. Blackout, automated blinds and curtains for a great sleep.
I hadn’t realised how expensive Amsterdam accommodation had become. Zoku offers you a decent value option in a very handy location. The rooms are compact but functional. I like the bed nook design but not so good if you want a quiet dinner in front of the tv before you go out. I wish I’d had more time to hang...