Hotel Amsterdam Centre

Category - Streets & Squares

Herengracht

The 2,4 kilometer long Herengracht is the second of four Amsterdam canals belonging to the canals belt. It is one of the most beautiful canals of Amsterdam with many prestigious buildings and national monuments. The...

Damrak

The Damrak is a large street and a water between Dam Square and Central Station. The Amstel River flowed here for a long time. After the Damrak was filled in in 1845, it became an important road, especially for trams. A...

Leidseplein

This historic square now offers plenty of opportunities for relaxation and entertainment. It is a pleasant meeting place for Amsterdammers and tourists. Here you will find many cozy terraces, theaters and restaurants...

Keizersgracht

The Keizersgracht is the third of the four Amsterdam canals that together form the Canal Belt. It is a canal on which hundreds of monumental buildings from the Golden Age can be admired. The 2.8 kilometer long canal was...

Rembrandtplein

The Rembrandtplein came to life unscheduled in 1668 as a result of the city expansions. Today it’s Amsterdam’s entertainment area par excellence with many catering facilities and terraces. The Rembrandtplein...

Rokin

The Rokin is a water and a street in Amsterdam. It’s located between Dam Square and Muntplein and an actual continuation of the Damrak. Here, in the centre of the city, the Amstel river used to run. In 1933 and...

Dam Square

You can’t miss this central and always busy square in the historic heart of the city. Here you will find the Royal Palace, the New Church and the National Monument. The Dam Square is traditionally the heart of the...

Museumplein

This vast square with lots of greenery is located directly behind the Rijksmuseum. You can lie here in the grass and enjoy the beautiful buildings and museums in the neighborhood. The Museumplein exists in its current...

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