Hard to put this one into a category, since it is basically everything. Good for some typically dutch food like a stroopwafel and great coffee places all around. Also possibly the best place to get some good deals on fruit, veg, fish and nuts. Generally something to see, walk around, hear market…
If you like sweet, try a fresh hot stroopwaffle. A Dutch waffle with caramel inside. If you are more into salty, I would recommend to order some kibbeling, a fried fish that comes with a sauce, or typically Dutch, try a raw herring with pickle and onions!
Some 260 stalls fill the Albert Cuypmarkt, Amsterdam's largest and busiest market. Vendors loudly tout their array of gadgets, homewares, flowers, fruit, vegetables, herbs and spices. Many sell clothes and other goods, too, and they're often cheaper than anywhere else. Snack vendors tempt passers-by…
“On the site of the company’s former brewery, Heineken's self-guided 'Experience' provides an entertaining overview of the brewing process, with a multimedia exhibit where you ‘become’ a beer by getting shaken up, sprayed with water and subjected to heat. Prebooking tickets online saves adults €3 and, crucially, allows you to skip the ticket queues. Guided 2½-hour VIP tours end with a five-beer tasting and cheese pairing. Great-value Rock the City tickets include a 45-minute canal cruise to A'DAM Tower.”
“In busy Amsterdam if you want to chill and see some Amsterdam people or if it happen to be a sunny day or festival day, you should lay on the grass or sit on the bench and feel being in Amsterdam.”
“the major museums are all located on this square, also the iconic I AMSTERDAM letters.”
“For those rainy days. You can spend here the whole afternoon within just 15 min walking”