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What is Nearby

To give you a better idea of the location of our hotel, here are some of the most interesting sights in Amsterdam. The time indicated is the time it will take to get there by foot, with public transport you’ll get to the sights faster. Trams 9 and 14 stop in front of the hotel.

 

Hortus Botanicus

Hortus Botanicus (150M – 2 minutes)
One of the oldest Botanic Gardens in the World.
For more information please visit the website.

Artis

Artis, the zoo of Amsterdam is just around the corner from the hotel.(240M – 3 minutes)
The zoo was founded in 1838 and you can feel and see the history.
For more information please visit the website.

Waterlooplein

Waterlooplein (650M – 8 minutes)
The Flea Market on Waterlooplein is open Monday through Saturday from 09.00 till 18.00. You can also find the National Ballet & Opera-house on Waterlooplein.
For more information please visit the info website about Waterlooplein or the website of the Opera-house

Van Gogh Museum

Van Gogh Museum(2,6KM – 33 minutes)
The world’s largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh.
For more information please visit the website of the museum.

Rijksmuseum

Rijksmuseum (2,2KM – 27 minutes)
Dutch art and history from the Middle Ages to the present day. Rembrandt’s famous painting ‘The Night Watch’ is just one of the few pieces to see.
For more information please visit the website of the Rijskmuseum.

Dam Square

Dam Square (1,8KM – 22 minutes)
The Dam square with the Royal Palace and the New Church.
For more information about the Royal Palace you can visit the website, and for more information about the Church you can visit the website of the New Church

Red Light District

Red Light District (1,2KM – 15 minutes)
Ofcourse when visiting Amsterdam; you can not miss the Red Light District.
For more information about the Red Light District please visit the website of iamsterdam

Rembrandtplein

Rembrandtplein (1000M-13 minutes)
A great place to start your night out, enjoy a meal or a drink on one of the many terraces.
For more information about the Remrbandtplein you can visit the website