Amsterdam, a city guide
Glide along the canals in the Netherlands’ largest city, nicknamed the Venice of the North. Its many world-class museums are supplemented by lesser-known but no less absorbing attractions such as the Tulip Museum and the Dutch Resistance Museum. Canalside, explore the cobbles of De Negen Straatjes (the Nine Streets), where you’ll stumble upon countless designer boutiques, gift shops and art galleries.
Mundana has set a high standard and hand picked these restaurants for their great food quality, good reputation, great customer service, clean environment, courteous staff and original menus.
Kitchen & Bar Van Rijn
Kitchen & Bar Van Rijn is an eye-catcher on Rembrandt Square. Outside a welcoming terrace where you relax in the sun while you watch people going by.
Colorfully-lit bar where everything from the walls to the glasses are made out of ice.
The Harbour Club Amsterdam-East
Colourful murals line the walls of this seafood restaurant in an old wine cellar & its terrace.
Quirky and small museum opposite Anne Frank House with everything you wanted to know about the Netherlands' most famous flower - history, horticulture and pictures aplenty.
Anne Frank House
House where the young Anne Frank hid from the Nazis in World War Two Amsterdam and wrote her famous diaries; book ahead as it gets very busy.
Best Shops in Amsterdam
The only floating flower market in the world; loose bulbs are considerably better value than the prepacked variety.
De Negen Straatjes
The Nine Streets are a gentrified area of the city packed with boutiques, galleries and gift shops.
Explore the Itineraries
Discover Amsterdam in one of Mundana's Itineraries, getting the most out of your trip.