6 мест в Амстердаме

Amsterdam - it is not only coffee shops and red lights. It is a city of festivals, interesting events, restaurants, working after ten o'clock in the evening, and parties, conducted from Monday to Sunday.

The Dutch are real hedonists: residents of Amsterdam are working only four days a week, and after work get together, to drink a cold beer or wine. This is life!

Where to go on shopping?

Hutspot or a mixture of potatoes and carrots and onions - a classic Dutch cuisine. At the same time it is the name of a very interesting conceptual shopping center.

Hutspot combines store, buffet, a bar and a male hairdresser.

The aim of the creators of this initiative - "supervision urbanized lifestyle".

Here you can find clothing and accessories of brands, how Ontour, WeAreLabels, Fish and Woods, eat dinner, to work with a cup of coffee or just to watch the people, scurrying around. Also Hutspot can be cut according to the latest fashion trends, shaved beard or freeze the bar until late.

This multifunctional place with friendly staff and very pleasant atmosphere!

Where to look for vintage?

The Dutch love vintage style in fashion and interior design. IJ-Hallen is one of Europe's largest flea markets (about 750 stalls). Here you can buy everything: from clothing "with someone else's shoulder" to the cabinets, komodov, old suitcases and even crystal glasses. Market meets once a month and lasts for two days. The entrance ticket costs 5 Euro.

Where to go to have fun?

Seven years ago, between the main railway station and the district Amsterdam Noord on the initiative of a local landmark club collective Paradiso was built Tolhuistuin. On campus in freelance work for the day (journalists, designers, programmers), people, associated with the theater, cinema and music, as well as organizers of festivals, and in the evenings and at the weekend parties and concerts are held here.

Program of the most interesting musical events can be found on the website of Paradiso. Keep in mind, that tickets often need to be booked in advance.

Where to look for art?

In addition to world-famous museums (Van Gogh, Anne Frank or Reyksmuzeya) in Amsterdam are a lot of other institutions and galleries, offering food for the soul. If you think, how to spend the weekend and did not want to spend a lot of time on the arts, You can taste the real temple pictures - Foam Museum. Near the grand expositions popular professionals placed the work of new talents of all kinds of forms of artistic expression. The exhibition is open seven days a week, fabric login: 10 Euro.

Where to eat?

In Amsterdam, you can easily have dinner in a restaurant with a Michelin star, because here as much as 11 such institutions!

For breakfast or lunch, the Dutch prefer a relaxed atmosphere cafe-bars. The terrace places Hannekes Boom, It is known to all residents of the city, you will always offer fresh bread, dishes of fish or a juicy steak.

The menu consists of a bio-dishes, prepared from eco-products. During the day you can often find creative people, and in the evenings - live music (priest, rock and blues).

To eat something sweet, should try the De Laatste Kruimel. In this small, but always crowded confectionery, you can try (presumably) the best pastries in the city of Tartu and fruit with aromatic coffee.

where to rest?

At the heart of the fashion district, De Pijp is a small (4,5 it) charming Sarphatipark, surrounded by beautiful old houses. On sunny days it is crowded by locals, rest from the bustle of city life.

If the weather permits, the Dutch are trying to carry out in the fresh air every day off. They come to the park on bicycles, taking with them a basket with food and drinks, blankets, children and dogs. After a day of exploring the city, just relax among the indigenous population, feeling this wonderful atmosphere.

If you do a little sightseeing, then next to this site on Albert Cuypmarkt is a local bazaar. Right there are many cafes and kitsch boutiques.

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