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N E I G H BO U R H O O DS

Van Gogh Museum (p109)
Admire the vivid swirls of a tortured genius.
Oude Kerk (p75) and Nieuwe Kerk (p66)
Pick out centuries of glorious detail.
Southern Canal Belt (p98)
Bask in the magnificent canal architecture.
Museum Het Rembrandthuis (p78)
Visit the inner sanctum of a master painter.
Red Light District (p74)
Loosen your tie in the controlled sleaze.
Vondelpark (p115)
Kick off your shoes in Amsterdam’s answer to Central
Park.
Anne Frank Huis (p93)
Relive the horrors from a young girl’s diary.
Amsterdams Historisch Museum (p68)
Lift the veil on a storied past.
Jordaan district (p84)
Explore the incredibly cosy lanes and cafés.
Artis Zoo (p121)
Stroll through a rainforest or African savannah.

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IJ

Oosterparkbuurt

Oost

Transvaalbuurt
De
Pijp

DE PIJP
(p118)

800 m
0.5 miles

Nieuw
Zuid

OLD SOUTH
(p109)

Oud
Zuid

VONDELPARK & AROUND
(p115)

Oud
West

SOUTHERN CANAL BELT
(p98)

WESTERN
CANAL
BELT
(p91)

stel
Am

Overtoomse
Veld

Slotervaart

Slotermeer

Sloterdijk

0
0

Bos En
Lommer

De
Baarsjes

OOSTERPARK & AROUND
(p128)

Dapperbuurt
Eastern
Islands

Plantage

Nieuwmarkt
Centrum
Jordaan

JORDAAN
(p84)

Staatslieden Frederik
Hendrikbuurt

CITY CENTRE
(p61)

Het
IJ

PLANTAGE, EASTERN ISLANDS
& EASTERN DOCKLANDS
(p121)

Watergraafsmeer

Schellingwoude
Western
Islands
Westergasfabriek

NEIGHBOURHOODS

56

Noord

‘You’ll find the city’s
most alluring shopping
in the Negen Straatjes,
a tightly woven web of
boutiques and specialist
vendors.’

NEIGHBOURHOODS RUNNINGHEADB

If you could pick a shape for Amsterdam, what
could possibly be more fitting than a bicycle
wheel? Or at least half of one, as if sliced in two
by a passing tram.
The old city is bathed by rings of canals
known as the Grachtengordel (Canal Belt).
Think of the main train station, Centraal Station, as being the hub of the wheel, with streets
running out like spokes and linking the canals
together. Once you know this much, you won’t
get lost (often). It also helps to remember the
sequence of the main canals, from the centre
moving outwards: Singel, Herengracht, Keizersgracht, Prinsengracht and Singelgracht.
The oldest districts are also the most central, and we’ve divvied them up into three areas on
the City Centre map. A good place to start your exploration is the Medieval Centre, home to
many top sights such as the Royal Palace, the Nieuwe Kerk and the Amsterdams Historisch
Museum. The city’s intellectual life happens around ...
NEIGHBOURHOODS
Van Gogh Museum ( p109 )
Admire the vivid swirls of a tortured genius.
Oude Kerk ( p75 ) and Nieuwe Kerk ( p66 )
Pick out centuries of glorious detail.
Southern Canal Belt ( p98 )
Bask in the magnificent canal architecture.
Museum Het Rembrandthuis ( p78 )
Visit the inner sanctum of a master painter.
Red Light District ( p74 )
Loosen your tie in the controlled sleaze.
Vondelpark ( p115 )
Kick off your shoes in Amsterdam’s answer to Central
Park.
Anne Frank Huis ( p93 )
Relive the horrors from a young girl’s diary.
Amsterdams Historisch Museum ( p68 )
Lift the veil on a storied past.
Jordaan district ( p84 )
Explore the incredibly cosy lanes and cafés.
Artis Zoo ( p121 )
Stroll through a rainforest or African savannah.
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