This post was originally published on August 21, 2014 and was updated on October 18, 2016. When you hear Amsterdam, you probably think: canals, cannabis and ...
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Author: Sonia Kolasinska
Amsterdam is a beautiful city to be in, both during the day and at night. Tourists tend to stick to Leidseplein and the Red Light District, but if you’re won...
I worked just next door to the Rijskmuseum for 2 years, and until a week ago I hadn’t even been inside. I know, I know. It’s shameful. I tried to use the siz...
Wine is not really a strong suit of most typical Amsterdam bars. They can take pride in Belgian and local beers, great borrelhapjes, and their cozy atmospher...
There are countless kinds of borrelhapjes (literally translating to “drink snacks”), and that’s because beer goes very well with so many different types of f...
Let’s be honest. What is considered to be traditional Dutch food (mashed potatoes, raw herring, and incredibly thick pea soup) is not the most sophisticated ...
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