De Hallen Amsterdam
Tired of walking de whole day? Catch a movie at "The filmHallen" Want to buy something authentic? Visit one of the small galleries. Or if you're in for a small (or big) bite, have a look at the Foodhallen, for sure there will be something you like to eat there!
This is Amsterdam’s foodcourt! Really nice to go for a drink and some food. Can be crowded in the weekends.
De Hallen is a monument built between 1902 and 1928. Once the first electric trams were serviced here. But today it houses a great area filled with media, culture, fashion, food and crafts, a libary, hotel, cinema, local markt and foodhall.
“The largest park in Amsterdam and certainly the most famous park of The Netherlands. Go here if you're a park lover, otherwise I would recommend to go a bit off the beaten track and chill out in Amsterdam North (NDSM wharf). ”
“At this cozy cafe they have a Flemish Limburg map. The menu changes with seasons and always has 4 starters and main courses, from fish to meat and vegetarian.”
“Bar Spek has a lovely terrace on the water's edge that catches the early sun and nice sandwiches and salads. ”