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A hearty welcome to Amsterdam, our capital and largest city and the financial and cultural centre of The Netherlands. Amsterdam has more then 10 million visitors a year and with reason! Amsterdam has so much to offer. There are the canals, full of character in every kind of weather.

World Christmas Circus - 21 December 2017 - 7 January 2018 Featuring only the crème de la crème of the circus world, the internationally renowned Worldchristmascircus returns to Royal Theatre Carré for a run of shows (page 8)

You can take a canal cruise boat and view the 17th century houses from the water, or just take a walk. Then there are the museums (page 46-48), Amsterdam is the place to be for Rembrandts, Van Goghs and modern art (COBRA). The theatres (Carre, Stadsschouwburg) present CAVALLARO NAPOLI shows mainly in Dutch, off course there are shows with English surtitles (Projected English translation), Toneelgroep Amsterdam provides shows with English surtitles mostly in the Stadsschouwburg. Opera and Ballet and the classical concerts in The Concertgebouw are universal languages (see pages 36-43).

Outside Amsterdam: Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo ( 60 minutes from Amsterdam) with the second-largest Van Gogh-collection in the world: Winter exhibition: 100th anniversary of ‘De Stijl’ and its co-founder Bart LACOSTE van der Leck 14 October 2017 – 2 April 2018. ( page 52)

This Season Events: OpenThis 7 days a week PAN Amsterdam from 19/11/2017 – 26/11/2017, annual art fair Behind the Royal palace has garnered a reputation for its friendly atmosphere and opportunities to meet the best art dealers, as well as looking at and comparing the works of art that appeal to you and learning about them without any obligation. ( Page 32) SWAROVSKI

For the Kids, visit the oldest zoo in Europe, Artis. Science Museum Nemo or the Tropenmuseum for a lot off children activities. Or travel to Utrecht by train or car (30 minutes) to see: STAR WARS™ IDENTITIES: THE EXHIBITION in Pathe CineMec Utrecht (page 44) www.magnaplaza.nl Shopping: For Arts and Antiques you go to the Spiegelkwartier (page magna plaza 30). The P.C. Hooftstraat (Museum Quarter) and The Nine Streets are amsterdam rich shopping grounds for fashion, Dutch Design and Luxury Shopping pages 10-24), jewellery and antiques, visit for luxury shopping the Museum Quarter, 9 streets, Utrechtsestraat and the Jordaan. When it comes to food and drink, Amsterdam offers the wideMEN range you AT would WORK expect of a big city: from little fast food stalls to Michelin-star gourmet restaurants (pages 54-59) and bars and nightclubs in all sorts and sizes.

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MASTERS OF LXRY in the Rai Amsterdam from 7 till 11 december (page 41) Amsterdam Light Festival The Amsterdam Light Festival is set to return in 1 December 2017, running until 21 January 2018, a whole host of Dutch and international artists will contribute to the festival, creating site-specific light sculptures around the Canal Ring, the River Amstel and other special locations. ( page 40)

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AUTUMN/WINTER | 2017 06 CITY OF AMSTERDAM Where to begin?

08 WORLDCHRISTMASCIRCUS Experience the magic

10 DUTCH DESIGN

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A selection of exhibitions and performances

44 STARWARS IDENTITIES The Exhibition

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Museums, Sightseeing & Theatres

51 FOOD DRINKS & NIGHTLIFE

Michelin star restaurants & live music

60 WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Essential Information and useful tips

64 MAP OF AMSTERDAM

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CITY OF AMSTERDAM Where to begin?

By Dorien ter veld. That’s a good question! Amsterdam has so much to offer that it is impossible to see everything in a week, let alone in a weekend. To make things a little easier for you we have divided the city into nine easy-reference areas for you. In the one area you will mainly find the authentic Amsterdam with its real brown pubs (the Jordaan), in the next area you will find the most important art collections of the Netherlands Museum Quarter, large shops or on the contrary unusual specialist shops Centre, Nine Streets or nature combined with history (the Plantage). For those who want to go out, Amsterdam (Rembrandtplein, Leidseplein) is the place to be. Also modern architecture buffs can indulge themselves here (Eastern Docklands) and those who also want to see Amsterdam’s world-famous and typical side, now’s your chance (Red light district). See map on page 64-65.

OLD TOWN Anyone who has been in Amsterdam, will get inevitable questions about the Red Light district. In the Netherlands prostitution is legal. A tour through the Red Light district will certainly be an interesting experience. It can be combined well with a visit to and a good meal in adjacent ‘China Town’. CITY CENTRE A five-minute walk from Amsterdam Central Station, you will get to Dam Square. Here you will find the Palace and the National Monument. The large dove population and street artists also attract the attention. From Dam Square you walk straight into the Walhalla for shopping fanatics. The major store chains are all represented here.

You could easily spend a day in each area, but luckily combining the areas is also easy. The areas link up well, public transport will take you everywhere. Should you be at a loss: Amsterdammers are helpful and practically everyone speaks English. Welkom en veel plezier! (Welcome and enjoy!)

REMBRANDTPLEIN Eating, drinking and dancing you do around Rembrandtplein. All year around this is the place to be for dazzling nightlife and in summer the outdoor cafés are crowded. There’s also enough to see and do in the area for people who enjoy the good life.

JORDAAN Enjoying authentic Amsterdam in a relaxed way that is what you do in the Jordaan. Inthe past labourers and craftsmen used to live in the crisscross of little streets. Now you get pleasantly lost among the local shops, antiquarian bookshops, galleries and (brown) pubs. This charming working class area is hot!

THE PLANTAGE You don’t feel a lot of enthusiasm for the still life works in the Museum Quarter and you don’t feel like shopping or sightseeing? With its 19th century architecture the Plantage is a greenand quiet part of Amsterdam where there is plenty to do.

9 STRAATJES Not far behind Dam Square, between the well-known ring of canals, you will find nine small streets full of small specialist shops, bou­ tiques and galleries. The three times three streets are situated neatly side to side and together they are a kilometre long, but make no mistake! You can easily lose yourself here for a day. FASHION & MUSEUM DISTRICT There are a number of things you cannot get round in Amsterdam. Culture enthusiasts cannot go home before they have admired a number of masterpieces in Holland’s most important museums with their own eyes.

LEIDSEPLEIN Amsterdam’s most famous, largest and most touristic entertainment area. There are countless restaurants with affordable day specials and outdoor cafés that even have heating when the weather is somewhat cold. Leidseplein is also the epicentre of all kinds of well-known theatres and concert podiums. THE DOCKLANDS In the past fifty years Amsterdam’s harbour activities have moved to the west of the city. As a result space to live opened up along the IJ lake. The architecture is striking and interesting, it is the architecture of Amsterdam in the future. ■

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EXPERIENCE THE MAGIC OF

Worldchristmascircus The 33rd Worldchristmascircus promises, as always, to be the family feast of the year with a line-up full excitement, beauty and sensation. The absolute cream of the crop of the circus world will be united at Royal Theatre Carré from December 21st until January 7th !

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Clowns are an integral part of the fabric of the Worldchristmascircus. Throughout the years many ‘classic’ clowns made their way to Amsterdam, but in this 33rd year Europe’s most famous winter circus is proud to present a modern clown who has translated the classic tradition of clowning to the 21st century. Houschma-Housch doesn’t just bring contemporary humour to the circus, he amazes audiences with amazing interactions and beatbox breakdowns!

Besides innovating the ‘Wereldkerstcircus’ (as it is known in Dutch) is also a safe haven for rich circus traditions. It doesn’t surprise anyone then that the circus itself has become a tradition. Last year one of the ushers, who usually are students, told us “I’m 22 now but I saw my first Worldchristmascircus here in Carré when I was just 4 years old. My grandparents, parents, uncles and aunts all came to see the show and I will never forget the warm feeling I had that night! Wereldkerstcircus


From December 21st until January 7th at Royal Theatre Carré in Amsterdam. has become a yearly tradition that brings our family together. No matter where they live on the globe, we always make sure that we’re together for this special night. This year we’re coming again, of course with the whole family, 12 people!”

easily be described as circus royalty, Golden Clown winner Freddy Knie shines in this year’s show together with his stunning horses.

Canada Crossed Wheel or laughs at an unexpected joke, Worldchristmascircus proves more than ever that circus touches people from all walks of life.

It warms our heart to say that this isn’t just a single story. The Worldchristmascricus has become a place where the oldest live entertainment in the world brings people from all over the world together!

Another secret of the Worldchristmascircus is the inclusion of large troupes in the line-up, something that usually isn’t possible in a travelling show. This year 20 acrobats from China will pay homage to Tsjaikovsky’s immortal classic Swan Lake in a never before seen spectacle.

130 years after circus legend Oscar Carré staged his first show in the theatre Carré the 33rd edition of Worldchristmascricus will be an amazing combination of hair-raising stunts, breathtaking beauty and unforgettable laughs. So, ladies and gentlemen: Clear the arena, let the orchestra play and let the show begin!

Most circus artists come from circus families where knowledge is passed on from one generation to the next. One of our acts comes from a family that can

Besides impeccable presentation, emotion is at the core of Worldchristmascircus. Whether the audience witnesses acrobatic swans, a spectacular aerial act from

Book tickets at www.carre.nl or call 0900/25 25 255 (€€0.45 P.M.)

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EDWIN OUDSHOORN EDWINOUDSHOORN.COM

His romantic designs tell a story. He takss you away to a fairytale world with dashing silhouets with thousands of sequins and Swarovski crystals tha are placed on the dresses one by ons.

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Dutch Design

CREATED ON DUTCH SOIL In the twentieth century, Dutch design has evolved. Besides, for instance, architecture and modern dance, design has become another area where the Netherlands excels internationally. As a result, current Dutch graphic design, fashion design, product design, interior design and furniture design are in the spotlight. From the lingerie of Marlies Dekkers, to the costumes of the Harry Potter movies and the interior pieces of Marcel Wanders; they have all been created on Dutch soil. TYPICAL DUTCH DESIGN Dutch design is characterised by simplicity and clarity. It is often described using terms such as down-to-earthness, sense of humour and perspective and surprising, smart design. These characteristics are the result of creativity in an open, tolerant society. Functionalism has long been the leading ideology behind Dutch design and worked well with the Calvinist attitude of the Dutch. At the start of the twentieth century, the Netherlands became famous by the works of the members of ‘De Stijl’ artistic movement, with artists such as Mondrian and Rietveld. In the nineties, a new artistic trend developed. Functionality of the product no longer came first; the concept behind the design took centre stage. Design became less of an artisanal and more of an artistic discipline. As part of this international trend, the emphasis shifted more towards artistic aspects such as concept and originality and away from production and user requirements. In the process, designers such as Tord Boontje and Viktor & Rolf shift with ease between commercial and artistic considerations. In this sense, Dutch design is at the forefront. AMSTERDAM From designer shopping to a glamorous fashion week, Amsterdam has a fashionable centre just waiting to be discovered. Amsterdam is a source of inspiration for stylish individuals. Even if your budget prevents you from shopping for exclusive high-end designs, there are plenty of more affordable ways to soak up Amsterdam’s fashionable vibe. A lot of the Dutch Designers have choosen Amsterdam, in the Fashion & Museum district you will find the Dutch Designers: Fred de la Bretonière, Pauw and The People of the Labyrinths. When you are interested in Haute Couture visit the designers Mart Visser en Frans Molenaar. You will find other Dutch Designers throughout of Amsterdam like the international well known Designers Viktor & Rolf , Mart Visser, Jan Jansen Shoes, Tony Cohen, Monique Collignon and Marlies Dekkers, young talented designers such as Edwin Oudshoorn, Dennis Diem and Dorhout Mees are also Amsterdam-based fashion houses. Dutch brands: G-Star RAW, Claudia Strater, Gaastra, Gsus Industries, Scotch & Soda and Supertrash. ■ CINQ - 11


MARLIES DEKKERS MARLIESDEKKERS.COM

Marlies Dekkers is a famous Dutch lingerie designer. She has achieved international success with her lingerie designs. As the pioneer of the trend ‘innerwear as outerwear’ Marlies Dekkers has proven her versatility without a doubt. Her designs are seen nationally and internationally as trendsetting, innovative and pioneering. Marlies Dekkers has changed the world of lingerie for good with her inspiring designs and personal philosophy. All her designs are inspired by her own vision on life, and she wants to give women more self confidence.

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Coster Diamonds 176 year Paulus Potterstraat 2 | 020 305 5555 www.costerdiamonds.com The most trusted diamond factory and diamond jewelry retailer in the world. Coster Diamonds has been the worlds most well known diamond factory in Europe. 350.000 people a year visit us to see the craft of diamond cutting during a free tour given in their own Located in the heart of Amsterdam, between the Rijksmuseum and the Vincent van Gogh museum, our 4 monumental buildings offer visitors a look into the wonderful and mystical world of diamonds.

Pig&Hen www.pigandhen.nl Pig&Hen Dutch accessoire brand founded in 2013 designs and produces handmade bracelets for men. Every piece is made from authentic ship rope and stainless steel shackles. Their bracelets are handmade in Amsterdam, by using authentic ship rope we carry on the Dutch legacy. They are meant to survive a lifetime, are stronger than steel and will age like your wrinkled face.

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— MARLIES DEKKERS marlies|dekkers store Berenstraat 18, 1016 GH, amsterdam The designs of Marlies Dekkers, a famous Dutch lingerie designer, are seen nationally and internationally as trendsetting, innovative and pioneering. As the pioneer of the trend ‘innerwear becomes outerwear’ she has proven her versatility without a doubt. In the marlies|dekkers store in the 9 streets you will find all our lingerie designs.

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MONIQUE COLLIGNON MONIQUECOLLIGNON.COM

Monique Collignon is a strong Dutch (Haute) Couture brand, with the potential to conquer the world. The mission: Empowering women. Each unique design, is recognizable by its elegant confident feminine cut, is eye-catching, stylish and never out of fashion. Features fitted to the woman who likes to wear Collignon. It gives a woman power in all her facets. Now showing her accessories.

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Luxury

Shopping

FOR THOSE WITH AN EXCLUSIVE TASTE

The city has an wide selection of luxury shops, ranging from designer fashion houses to uniquboutiques and custom-made items you won’t find anywhere else. Part of the charm of the exclusive shopping experience in Amsterdam is the lovely neighbourhoods you’ll discover along the way. Amsterdam has two gorgeous department stores with a variety of luxurious goods under one roof. Magna Plaza behind the Royal palace and an the edge of Dam Square, de Bijenkorf will keep you entertained for hours. The selection extends from fashion, handbags and shoes to housewares, luggage and electronics. On the ground floor, there are a number of luxury ‘shop-in-shops’ like Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Gucci. MUSEUM DISTRICT Most people visiting Amsterdam come to this area on the south side of the city centre for one thing only: the three biggest museums of the city that gave the neighbourhood its name. True, the Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum and Van Gogh Museum are definitely worth visiting for lovers of the great arts. However, apart from these three fabulous museums, this area has much more to offer. This is the place for the high end, most luxurious shopping streets of the country. How to get to the Museum District By tram: Tram lines 2, 3, 5, 12, 16 and 24 will get you to the Fashion & Museum District. By water: The Canal Bus, a hop-on/hop-off canal boat line, stops on the Singelgracht, just across the Stadhouderskade from the northern entrance to the Vondelpark.■ P.C. HOOFTSTRAAT Named for the 17th-century poet and playwright Pieter Cornelisz Hooft, the P.C. Hooftstraat has been an exclusive shopping destination since the 1970s. Located at the Fashion&Museum district, this street is your first stop for big-name designers like Flippa K, Chanel, Hugo Boss, D&G, MaxMara, Ralph Lauren, Hermes, Gucci and more. VAN BAERLESTRAAT When you’ve had your fill of the P.C. Hooftstraat, wander over to the Van Baerlestraat. Here you’ll a number of renowned Dutch fashion designers like Pauw, The People of the Labyrinths and Fred de la Bretonière which is known for its functional yet ele-

gant boots and handbags. If you’re looking for a bit of extra pampering, schedule an appointment at the Soap Treatment Store for a facial , manicure or massage. WILLEMSPARKWEG From the Van Baerlestraat, head deeper into Amsterdam Zuid down the lovely Willemsparkweg. Visit Oog in Oog for designer (sun)glasses, get a suit made to measure at Suitsupply or try on an elegant dress at Thalian. Lovers of distinctive furniture and lighting head to Edha Interieur, while the best dressed dogs get their fashion fix at Vovnjau. The Willemsparkweg also has a variety of tempting cafés and restaurants. CORNELIS SCHUYTSTRAAT Halfway down the Willemsparkweg you’ll cross the Cornelis Schuytstraat – the perfect place to put together a complete new outfit. Step inside French Connection for the best in British design. Admire the designer shoes at Shoebaloo or Manwood, and then find the perfect earrings or watch at one of the many jewellers on the street. BEETHOVENSTRAAT A few blocks from the Cornelis Schuytstraat, the Beethovenstraat hides a number of treasures in this fairly compact shopping street. Here you’ll find popular Dutch designers like Pauw or Claudia Sträter, as well as a number of jewellers and specialty shops. Sterre & Tijl has gorgeous furniture, toys and clothes for babies and infants, while The CINQ - 17


English Hatter offers a selection of hats for the distinguished gentleman. If your taste in luxury extends to food, stop by Huize van Wely for amazing chocolate bonbons or sample the delectable cheeses at Tromp. UTRECHTSESTRAAT In the heart of the city centre, the Utrechtsestraat starts at the Rembrandtplein and crosses Amsterdam’s most famous canals. The street has a mix of shops, but gets more luxurious with each passing year. First Marc by Marc Jacobs is at Utrechtsestraat 120. You’ll find designer fashion at Centre Neuf and Angel Basics, while Zwartjes van 1883 sells well-made leather shoes that will last a lifetime. For contemporary interior design, visit Mobilia.

9 STRAATJES Not far behind Dam Square, between the well-known ring of canals, you will find nine small streets full of small specialist shops, bou­ tiques and galleries. The three times three streets are situated neatly side to side and together they are a kilometre long, but make no mistake! You can easily lose yourself here for a day. EXCLUSIVE SHOPPING CENTERS Shoppingcenter Kalvertoren is situated in the centre of historic Amsterdam, in the triangle of the Kalverstraat, the most famous shopping Street of the Netherlands famous Muntplein. The shopping centre that spreads over three levels has three entrances all leading to the impressive atrium of the to wer. It is the spectacular modern architecture combined with

historic elements that makes a visit worthwhile even if you do not intend to shop. There are numerous attractive places for drinks, coffee, snacks or have a complete lunch. One of those places, Blue food, in the top of the tower, offers drinks and a spectacular and amazing 360 degrees view over Amsterdam. Magna Plaza is an indoor shopping centre located in a historical building behind the Royal Palace. Built at the end of the 19th century, this former post office is now an exclusive shopping destination with more than 20 stores plus a new exhibition space spread over four floors. From clothes and shoes to jewellery and hair salons, Magna Plaza has an excellent variety of shops. Just a few of the brands you’ll find here include Mango, Swarovski, gsus and Lacoste. When it’s time for a break, you can stop at Grand Café Ovidius for a sandwich or cup of coffee. Magna Plaza is worth a visit just for the neo-Gothic architecture and impressive interior – combining classical grandeur with a modern shopping experience. DIAMONDS ARE A GIRLS BEST FRIEND… As one of Europe’s diamond capitals, Amsterdam is the ideal place to shop for jewellery. It’s true that you can buy loose diamonds here, but you might prefer jewels you can wear out of the store! For the inside scoop on the diamond industry plus an opportunity to shop, pay a visit to Gassan or Coster Diamonds. You’ll find a number of small specialty jewellers on the shopping streets listed above, but for big names like Bvlgari, Cartier or Tiffany & Co, head straight to the P.C. Hooftstraat. ■

Major Brands IN AMSTERDAM

There are numerous international flagship stores of major brands in Amsterdam, we will list some of them for you. Lose yourself for more than one day ANNE FONTAINE PC HOOFTSTRAAT 92 AGENT PROVOCATEUR PC HOOFTSTRAAT 98 AMERICAN VINTAGE VAN BAERLESTRAAT 18 AZZURRO PC HOOFTSTRAAT 122, 127 & 142A BALLY PC HOOFTSTRAAT 64 BLUE BLOOD PC HOOFTSTRAAT 142 BRUNELLO CUCINELLI PC HOOFTSTRAAT 99 BURBERRY PC HOOFTSTRAAT 48 & 50 BVLGARI PC HOOFTSTRAAT 73 CALVIN KLEIN PC HOOFTSTRAAT 105 CANALI PC HOOFTSTRAAT 60 CARTIER PC HOOFTSTRAAT 132 - 134 CAROLINE BISS PC HOOFTSTRAAT 113 CHANEL PC HOOFTSTRAAT 66 - 68 CHOPARD PC HOOFTSTRAAT 53 CHRISTIAAN VD KLAAUW REESTRAAT 3 & ROKIN 1-5 CHUCH’S PC HOOFTSTRAAT 112 CLAUDIA STRATER PC HOOFTSTRAAT 130 COSMIC COWBOYS PC HOOFTSTRAAT 47 CORNELIANI PC HOOFTSTRAAT 70 DIESEL PC HOOFTSTRAAT 119 DIOR PC HOOFTSTRAAT 100 DOLCE & GABBANA PC HOOFTSTRAAT 106 & 124 ESCADA PC HOOFTSTRAAT 43 EMPORIO ARMANI PC HOOFTSTRAAT 39 -41 ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA PC HOOFTSTRAAT 76 FILIPPA K PC HOOFTSTRAAT 129 LEIDSESTRAAT 53 & WOLVENSTRAAT 6 FLORIS V BOMMEL STORE SINGEL 439 - 441 FOREVER FLAWLESS PC HOOFTSTRAAT 116 FRED DE LA BRETONIERE VAN BAERLESTRAAT 34 & UTRECHTSESTRAAT 77 18 - CINQ G-STAR PC HOOFTSTRAAT 24 -28

GUCCI PC HOOFTSTRAAT 56 - 58 HACKETT LONDON PC HOOFDSTRAAT 117 HERMES PC HOOFTSTRAAT 97 HUGO BOSS PC HOOFTSTRAAT 118, 120 & 140 ICEBERG PC HOOFTSTRAAT 126 IKKS WOMEN AND MEN PC HOOFTSTRAAT 37 & 54 IWC SCHAFFHAUSEN (49) PC HOOFTSTRAAT 49 - 51 JAEGER-LECOULTRE PC HOOFTSTRAAT 102 JIMMY CHOO PC HOOFTSTRAAT 62 KAREN MILLEN PC HOOFTSTRAAT 71 LA PERLA PC HOOFDSTRAAT 55 LAUREL PC HOOFTSTRAAT 113 LACOSTE PC HOOFTSTRAAT 42 LIO JU PC HOOFTSTRAAT 95 LONGCHAMP PC HOOFTSTRAAT 69 LOUIS VUITTON PC HOOFTSTRAAT 65 - 67 MASSIMO DUTTI PC HOOFTSTRAAT 131 - 133 MARCCAIN PC HOOFTSTRAAT 126 MARCIANO GUESS PC HOOFTSTRAAT 82 MARINA RINALDI PC HOOFTSTRAAT 115 MARLIES DEKKERS BERENSTRAAT 18 MARLIES DEKKERS CORELLISTRAAT 27 MAXMARA PC HOOFTSTRAAT 110 MCGREGOR PC HOOFTSTRAAT 114 MICHAEL KORS PC HOOFTSTRAAT 111 MONTBLANC PC HOOFTSTRAAT 57 MONCLER PC HOOFTSTRAAT 90 MULBERRY PC HOOFTSTRAAT 46 NATAN PC HOOFTSTRAAT 23 NESPRESSO PC HOOFTSTRAAT 128

NIKKIE BRAND STORE AMSTERDAM 1 PC HOOFTSTRAAT 34 NIKKIE BRAND STORE AMSTERDAM 2 CORNELIS SCHUYTSTRAAT (WILLEMSPARKWEG 175 OGER PC HOOFTSTRAAT 75 - 81 PAUL SMITH PC HOOFTSTRAAT 136 PHILIPP PLEIN PC HOOFTSTRAAT 85 PRADA PC HOOFTSTRAAT 63 PROFUOMO PC HOOFTSTRAAT 30 RALPH LAUREN PC HOOFTSTRAAT 89 SALVATORE FERRAGAMO PC HOOFTSTRAAT 59 SHOEBALOO PC HOOFTSTRAAT 80 SKINS COSMETICS RUNSTRAAT 11 SKINS COSMETICS VAN BAERLESTRAAT 27 SUPERTRASH PC HOOFTSTRAAT 31 TASCHEN PC HOOFTSTRAAT 44 TESLA MOTORS PC HOOFTSTRAAT 29 THE KOOPLES PC HOOFTSTRAAT 104 THE SOCIETY SHOP VAN BAERLESTRAAT 20 THE STORIES STORE HEILIGEWEG 26-28 TIFFANY & CO. PC HOOFTSTRAAT 86 - 88 TOD’S PC HOOFTSTRAAT 74 TOMMY HILFIGER PC HOOFTSTRAAT 101 + 103 TONY COHEN’S FLAGSHIP STORE HUIDENSTRAAT 28 TOURBILLON PC HOOFTSTRAAT 72 TRUSSARDI PC HOOFTSTRAAT 35 U-BOAT - CITY DIAMONDS KALVERSTRAAT 51 VALENTINO PC HOOFTSTRAAT 121 VIRTU - SCHAAP & CITROEN PC HOOFTSTRAAT 51 WOLFORD PC HOOFTSTRAAT 83 ZADIG & VOLTAIRE PC HOOFTSTRAAT 78


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Luxury shopping THE NINE STREETS

Beadies Huidenstraat 6 www.beadies.com (Shopping online is possible!) Handmade jewellery that are real eye-catchers. Beautiful beads, charms and semi-precious stones from all over the world of which you can design your own perfect piece of jewelry, special requests can be made by the employees in the store. You can also sit down and make jewelry yourself in the back of the store. Fashionable, upto- date, trendy designs. Colorfull, Ibiza style.

SQUALE 1521 Amsterdam Watch Company Reestraat 3 | +31 (0)20 389 27 89, www.awco.nl Special Edition Squale watch by Amsterdam Watch Company Amsterdam Watch Company brings a Special Edition of the Squale Squale 1521. The Military by AWco. As the only official representative of Squale professional Diving Watches in the Netherlands has been jointly developed a numbered and limited model. The design of the Squale Military, Amsterdam Watch Company with one eye looked at the watches especially for the divers ‘Bundeswehr’ were created. Vintage diving watches designed for military purposes are popular among enthusiasts. So why not release their own Military Special Edition? On a beautiful and classic dive watch model Squale 1521. The dial is specially made for AWco and has the words ‘Military’. The chosen material is luminous Super LumiNova with code “C3” which stands for light yellow and a 100% light intensity. The bezel is not provided with a minute marker just like the original Bundeswehr watches. The 40 pieces are sold with a special package in which a patch and find a Cap are. The back cover gets an engraving of ‘Special Edition’ which obviously limited the number listed.

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FILIPPA K Wolvenstraat 6, Amsterdam PC Hooftstraat 129, Amsterdam P.C. Hoofstraat 115, Amsterdam Filippa K is one of top leading Scandinavian fashion companies, with strong position in longlasting fashion. Filippa K is today represented in 20 markets around the world through 52 brand stores, its own e-commerce business and more than 600 retailers, such as Liberty, Bijenkorf, NK, Stockman and Illum. Filippa K has today 400 passionate employees, 7 local Filippa K offices and head office in Stockholm. Filippa K offers a full range of fashion garments including shoes, bags & accessories, to both women and men.


Luxury shopping

SKINS COSMETICS Runstraat 11 | Amsterdam Van Baerlestraat 27 Conservatorium hotel +31 (0)20-5286922 | www.skins.nl Skins Cosmetics is the premium address for excellent service and internationally renowned niche cosmetics. We welcome you to discover our handpicked collection of perfumes, skincare and make up: Creed, Diptyque, Aesop, Laura Mercier, Escentricu Molecules, Le Labo Fragances, Frederique Malle, Ren Skincare, By Kilian.

City Diamonds Unique and exclusive handmade jewellery Kalverstraat 51 | +31 (0)20 6256121 | city-diamonds.nl Located right in the heart of Amsterdam City Center, City Diamonds was founded in 1985. We design, manufacture and sell diamond jewelry and we are representative of various international well-known watch brands. Our family has been cutting and polishing diamonds for generations. Loose diamonds are our specialty. We can offer you various shapes, colors and qualities at best possible prices, always accompanied by international certificates. Unique, handmade ring of 18krt. white gold set with a natural black diamond of 2.42 crt. and 63 brilliant cut diamonds with a total weight of 0.56 crt. of the finest quality. Sales price € 5.280,We are looking forward to welcome you. Visiting hours:

Mon 11:00 – 18:00 Tue 10:00 – 18:00 | Wed 10:00 – 18:00 Thu 10:00 – 21:00 | Fri 10:00 – 18:00 Sat 10:00 – 18:00 | Sun 12:00 – 18:00

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IT FITS US LIKE A GLOVE

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Text by: Sarah Saarberg Photo: Willemijn van der Eijk

city Diamonds Personal service, high quality products, unbeatable prices and extraordinary skills; at City Diamonds, on the Kalverstraat 51, the lover of diamonds, jewels and high quality watches, will find exactly what their heart desires. Amsterdam has a reputation of being a diamond city for over 400 years already. The Amsterdam-based diamond merchant family devoted itself to cutting and later trading diamonds since the 19th century. Current owner Robert Reuter created a breath-taking jewel in downtown Amsterdam, with his City Diamonds. Whoever is looking for exclusivity, workmanship and quality, has found it right here. Customers from within The Netherlands or from abroad, including celebrities and royalty, find their way to City Diamonds without much effort.

DIAMOND MERCHANT FAMILY

in that overhead was kept as low as possi-

der a befitting jewel online from their home.

As the name of the store indicates, diamonds

ble. Besides the family’s personal service,

Besides that, City Diamonds in many cases

make up the most important specialist activi-

workmanship comes first, both literally and

will take back jewels, if a customer wants an

ty of the company. It is in Reuter’s DNA, as he

figuratively. In the middle of the store, on a

upgrade after a year, for instance.

was intrigued by the fascinating, shiny sto-

podium, stands the gold smith’s workbench.

nes, sitting on his father’s lap from a young

City Diamonds has beautiful 18 carat gold je-

WATCHES

age. Thanks to his many years of experien-

wellery, in which the diamonds can be used.

Apart from diamonds and jewellery with

ce, but also thanks to the good contacts the

It also often happens, that a customer brings

diamonds, City Diamonds offers an exclusi-

family has maintained over time with sup-

their own design. Many of the jewels origina-

ve range of timepieces. The company is the

pliers, City Diamonds has diamonds of extre-

ting from City Diamonds are one of a kind.

only one in downtown Amsterdam to sell

mely high quality. “I am still in business with

the Dutch brand TW Steel, but also brands

great great grandchildren of the business re-

such as Michael Kors, Armani, Gucci and

lations that my ancestors started”, explains

AN IMPRESSIVE RANGE

Seiko, among which the Seiko Astrons. This

Robert, “there is this age-old trusting bond,

As one of Amsterdam’s prominent diamond

model is a favourite among pilots, as these

that we nurture carefully. Besides that, owing

firms, City Diamonds offers an impressive

watches have GPS Solar and automatically

to these short purchase chain, we can main-

range of diamonds to choose from. Besides

set themselves to the correct time anywhe-

tain our unbeatable prices.”

colourless diamonds you will find black

re in the world. U-Boat by Italo Fontana was

diamonds as well as diamonds in natural

added to the collection as of 2005. “We are

WORKMANSHIP FIRST

colours. Here, raw diamonds are cut to the

the only ones in the Benelux area selling

The exclusive store with the very beautiful

desired, sparkling brilliants. There is a wide

this brand”, Reuter says, not without pride.

and accessible interior, was an informed

variety of forms, each with their own cha-

“It also is a family-owned company, in Italy.

choice of Reuter’s. Situated in the core of

racter. Apart from the round brilliant cut

In 2006 a grandson lifted U-Boat to a higher

downtown Amsterdam, in the most varied

diamond, you will find beautifully cut sha-

level. It has the family touch, is small in sca-

shopping street of Amsterdam, the Kalver-

pes, such as princess, heart, pear, oval, eme-

le, limited and of high quality: the brand fits

straat, the Diamonds, jewels and wristwat-

rald, Asscher and square. Robert Reuter is

with us like a glove.”

ches on sale at City Diamonds can be viewed

a member of the Amsterdam Diamond Ex-

very well in the beautiful displays. Both, on

change, the oldest diamond exchange in the

the outside and inside, everything was con-

world. The company also holds many dia-

sidered in detail. The stone tables – heated in

mond certificates. City Diamonds has a web-

Winter – were carved from the same block of

site, where jewels can be ordered, generally

granite that was used on the outside façade,

intended as a service for customers from

picked personally by the family in Italy. Chic

abroad. Tourists who purchased something

and tasteful, but very much City Diamonds,

from City Diamonds, can, if so desired, or-

KALVERSTRAAT 51 1012 NZ AMSTERDAM +31 (0)20 625 61 21 INFO@CITY-DIAMOND.NL WWW.CITY-DIAMONDS.NL

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Men & luxury goods IN AMSTERDAM

U-BOAT CHIMERA STEEL TUNGSTEN 46 MM. LIMITED EDITION 999 UNITS KAZMOK COUNSELOR 399,WWW.KAZMOK.COM

HERMÈS THE ART OF THE BATH OF HERMES

KAZMOK AMBASSADOR TROLLEY 699,-

MONTBLANC MEISTERSTÜCK UNICEF SOLITAIRE LE GRAND FOUNTAIN PEN

hoogstins \

At Hoogstins we offer premium leather goods & bags, rfid wallets, coffee table hooks, luxury pens, presents and more! Visit our store at the Kinkerstraat near hotspot "De Hallen" or shop tax free at shop.hoogstins.nl Moleskine, Montblanc, Taschen, Secrid, Castelijn & Beerens, Waterman, Mutsaers and more.

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VISIT THE HOUSE WHERE REMBRANDT WORKED AND LIVED FOR 20 YEARS

Jodenbreestraat 4, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Daily: 10 AM - 6 PM

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Egypt, Gilded wood Sarcophagus mask with polychrome painted, facial part gilded on gesso. Dim. 33 x 20,3 cm. New Kingdom, 18th -20th dyn., 1570-1070 BC

Mieke Zilverberg


AMSTERDAM: CITY OF CULTURE FINE ART & ANTIQUES Amsterdam offers a diverse array of world-class entertainment, as for centuries has been one of the leading centres of culture in Europe. High-quality culture spread across 65 theatres and concert halls, 42 museums and over 140 galleries. The multitude of theatres, galleries, museums and concert venues put Amsterdam at the very heart of arts and culture in the Netherlands.

EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS (SEE ALSO PAGE 36) Exhibitions and cultural events are being organised in the va-rious towns and villages in the Netherlands, Belgium, France and England that are of importance for the life and work of the artist. For the first time, museums like Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo and institutions that actively contribute to conser-ving Van Gogh’s heritage are working together on a large scale. The Kröller-Müller Museum is a second home to Vincent van Gogh. The museum boasts almost 90 paintings and more than 180 drawings, making it the second largest collection of Van Goghs in the world. In addition, the Museum is home to top works by modern masters including Claude Monet, Georges Seurat, Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondriaan. MUSEUMS Throughout the centuries, the Dutch gave the world most famous painters as Rembrandt, Vermeer and Van Gogh, who until today provoke our admiration. This tradition continued in the 20th Century with Mondrian and later with the Cobra group abstract artists. Amsterdam art museums have not only unparalleled collection of the most famous, but also many lesser known amazing Dutch masters of all epochs. The State Museum called in Dutch Rijksmuseum, and a wonderful collection of modern art from Europe and America at The City Museum called in Dutch Stedelijk Museum are a must to visit. The principal collection of the world’s beloved painter at the Van Gogh Museum and a rich division of the Russian Hermitage Museum are also not to be mis-

ART GALLERIES Even if you’re not planning to expand your personal art collection, a visit to one of Amsterdam’s many art galleries is a great way to spend an afternoon. Discover what’s new in the Dutch and international art scene! At the corner of Weteringschans and Spiegelgracht you will see the well-known Diamond House Lazare Diamonds on the right in the Museum Plaza building; on the lefthand corner there is Reflex Modern Art Gallery which sells contemporary art. ART/ANTIQUES STORES Spiegelkwartier: Nieuwe Spiegelstraat runs between the world-famous Rijksmuseum and Keizersgracht, its history goes back as far as the 17th century. In and around this street with its many characteristic Amsterdam facades more than 70 art and antique dealers have set up business. These specialists offer a wide range of objects, ranging from Egyptian antiquities which are 6,000 years old to seventeenth-century Delft ware, from antique Chinese porcelain to abstract modern art. You name it, it is for sale in the Spiegelkwartier. This makes the Spiegelkwartier a must-see quarter for those with an eye for the unique, rare and beautiful. ›

sed, even if you are in the Dutch capital for a brief visit.

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Antiques & Galleries

AMSTERDAM

ASTAMANGALA

ART FROM TIBET, NEPAL AND INDIA

Mark Raven Store: Leidsestraat 42 Gallery / Store: Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 174 (next to Magna Plaza Shopping Mall) www.markraven.nl It is obvious that the artist Mark Raven loves his birthplace by each and every work he has made of Amsterdam. This city never ceases to captivate and inspire him. Mark’s work is modern and wayward, but is unmistakably connected to this versatile and interesting capitol of ours. Open daily from 10.30 - 18.00 hrs

KEREN DE VREEDE MODERN ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM There are many little galleries in Amsterdam, but in 2012 a new gallery opened its doors. This gallery has brought color and joy to the mix of art being offered around the Jordaan area. Already named best new coming gallery by the UK Guardian, Keren de Vreede Art Gallery with it’s magnificent works of art is definitely worth a visit. . Keren de Vreede Art Gallery Prinsengracht 308a - Amsterdam - The Netherlands Office: +31 (0) 207173485 | Mobile: +31 (0) 611119337 info@kerendevreede.com | www.kerendevreede.com Cosmos 200x200 cm - ACRYL ON CANVAS

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Hidden in one of the wonderful 17th century canalhouses is a surprise: the only art gallery of the Netherlands dealing with ancient art from Tibet, Nepal and India: Gallery Astamangala. We are located on the Keizersgracht, one of the three canals proclamed in 2013 as Unesco World Heritage, in the famous `Spiegelkwartier’, international centre for art and antiques. Established in 1979, Astamangala offers high-quality relgious art from the fascinating Tibetan-Buddhist World: scoll-paintings, sculptures and ritual objects, dating from the 11th till the 19th century. Also we have a large collection objects from the Hindu-world of Nepal and India. Drs. S.J. de Vries | Astamangala Keizersgracht 574, Mob.: +31-621546317 e-mail: asta@xs4all.nl | www.astamangala.com


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The first purchase by the Rijksmuseum in the Spiegelkwartier in 1914; 4 panels redwine silk with a pommegranate motif in yellow silk. Italy, 15th centrury and further purchases in the past years. This continued with; 1. An ivory erotic plaquette that in the 13th-14th century was attached to a valuable Indian canopy bed; Polak Works of Art. 2. The predecessor of the coffeemachine, made of silver in Amsterdam in 1809; Juwelier Marjan Sterk. 3. Drinking brothers made by Jan Pieter van Baurscheit (de Oude), ca. 1700: Kunstzalen Vecht. 4. Email cloisonné parfumflacon with a bird between reed in Japonisese style by Alexis Falize (1811-1898) Kunsthandel Inez Stodel.

WWW.SPIEGELKWARTIER.AMSTERDAM

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SPIEGELKWARTIER the art & antique district

If you collect antiques or modern art, the Spiegelkwartier is the place to go. Just across the bridge opposite the Rijksmuseum you will find this historical neighbourhood with its typical old Dutch houses. This area has been the heart of the national art and antiques trade for the past eighty years and has a friendly relaxed atmosphere. There are few places in the world where you will find such a stunning choice of art and antiques. HISTORY Today one finds fine art and antiques dealers in almost every house in the Nieuwe Spiegelstraat and on the Spiegelgracht. This is the result of a historical development of almost 120 years. Without the building of the renown Rijksmuseum the neighbourhood would surely have looked very different. Before the Rijksmuseum was built (1877/1885) there used to be a large windmill on that spot. The existing small business like watchmakers, carpenters, furniture repair shops etc, slowly changed into art and antique dealers. ARTS & ANTIQUES (MINI MUSEUMS) In a cluster of historic houses, you can find a rich treasure-trove of art and antiques,mini-museums that invite you not only to admire, but give you the opportunity to buy. The shops and galleries of the Spiegelkwartier offer some of the finest art and antiques you’re likely to find anywhere in the world, from Roman glass to Dutch Old Masters, from Delftware to tribal art, contemporary sculpture to Art Deco jewellery, centuries-old furniture to a painting finished yesterday. The Spiegelkwartier has been at the heart of the Dutch art and antiques trade for more than a hundred years. Over 70 specialised dealers offer not only top-quality collections, but considerable expertise. And they gladly share there expertise with you. RIJKSMUSEUM According to old address books the first antique dealer started in 1900 in de Kerkstraat nr 219. In 1910 there are already seven antique shops mentioned. After the war the number of galleries and shops really extended. If one looks at the objects bought by the Rijksmuseum in the Spiegelkwartier one notices that it mainly concerns objects like furniture, glass, textile and earthenware.

This is not surprising since the shops were specialized in these antiquities. The proof of a historically grown connection with the Rijksmuseum is the exhibition in 1985 of a selection of objects bought in the Spiegelkwartier. FROM ARCHEOLOGICAL FINDS TO SOUVENIRS The Art and Antique dealers offer a wide variety of objects, ranging from archeological finds to 17th century furniture, glass and Dutch Delftware, from oriental art to Art Nouveau, from tribal art to contemporary art, from medieval statues and antique clocks to jewellery and, last but not at least paintings from the COBRA period or finished yesterday. And you don’t have to break the plastic, also for little money you can buy an unique ‘souvenir’. FOOD & DRINKS & SHOPPING Tucked in between these Aladdin’s caves are cafés and restaurants perfect for a little time out, whether you feel like a bowl of healthy soup, or coffee and cake; a light lunch or dinner with singing staff. You can pick up nifty vintage clothes at knock-down prices, or pre-loved designer wear. Then there are shoes and bags from famed Dutch designers and gifts aplently, from stylish Dutch contemporary object to toys for the kids back home. MUSEUMS A visit to the Spiegelkwartier is easy to combine with a visit to one of many museums in the area. At walking distance you will find the Rijksmuseum, Vincent van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum, FOAM and the Allard Pierson museum. A fun way to get to the Spiegelkwartier and the nearby Rijksmuseum, is with the CANAL-BUS. WWW.SPIEGELKWARTIER.AMSTERDAM

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PAN Amsterdam

the fair of today for art, antiques and design With many thousands of pieces of art there is plenty to see and discover at PAN Amsterdam, the most important Dutch fair for art, antiques and design. This year, for the thirty-first time, the fair is being staged from 19 to 26 November 2017 in the RAI in Amsterdam. PAN Amsterdam is the meeting place for collectors, buyers and other art lovers. Antiques, modern and contemporary art, Old Masters, art nouveau, sculptures, photography, jewellery, vintage design furniture, photographs, ceramics, glass and objects from old and distant cultures—you can find it all at PAN Amsterdam. PAN Amsterdam offers beauty and inspiration. Don’t miss it The collections of the 110 best Dutch art dealers, antique dealers and gallery owners from all art disciplines span 5,000 years of art history. Their objects are a reflection of the Dutch art market. In just a few hours so you can see and compare at and compare the works that they are offering for sale at the fair. The exhibitors at PAN Amsterdam are experts in their fields and will be delighted to talk to you. Prior to the fair more than eighty independent experts vet all the objects for authenticity, quality and condition. Prices range from € 500 to € 500,000. During your visit to PAN Amsterdam you may relax in the ambience of the brasserie, the oyster bar and the terrace. There are a variety of guided tours too. Take a PAN Guided Tour, in which the guide explains a number of unusual objects in the fair. Or would you prefer a private guided tour with friends and family? You can do that too! For terms and conditions, see pan.nl/activiteiten. This year the fair is open on weekdays until 9 p.m. giving you the chance to visit it after work. Will you be coming after 5.00 p.m. on any of the days? If you do you will receive a discount on your admission tickets. For more information see pan.nl/visit

See you at PAN Amsterdam!

PAN Amsterdam 19-26 November 2017 Amsterdam RAI, Hall 8 Admission € 15 | Pass € 40 www.pan.nl

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A Dutch Three-Master And Other Ships Before The Swedish Coast Jan Beerstraten (1622-Amsterdam-1666) Oil on Panel 89,8 x 123 cm Circa 1650

1. Cat With White Collar VII Marie-Cécile Thijs (Heerlen, 1964) C-print 90 x 90 cm 2017 2. Breadbasket Francois van Stapele Silver Width 40,5 cm Weight 1682 gram 1763

3. Bracelet Bois d’amourette, two 18 carat golden leopard heads, with black enamel spots and rubies eyes Weight 77 gr. Master sign ‘Gay Frères’ Circa 1960 4. Red-Blue Chair Gerrit Rietveld (1888-Utrecht-1964) Design 1919 Produced by G.A. Groenekan 1963

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Art & Antiques

| PAN AMSTERDAM

Frides Laméris

MIEKE ZILVERBERG ANTIQUITIES ~ ANCIENT COINS

PAN AMSTERDAM

ART & ANTIQUES

Nieuwe Spiegelstraat 55 | Amsterdam www.frideslameris.nl | +31(0)20 6264066

STAND 130 19-26 november 2017 Frides Laméris Art and Antiques offers a magnificent collection of glass from as early as the Roman times until 1800, as well as Asian porcelain and Dutch ceramics. Subtle coloured Roman glass, the famous ‘cristallo’ form sixteenth century Venice, intriguing glass à la façon de Venise and eighteenth century ceremonial goblets will fascinate you. Come by to learn more about the items, their stories and the traditions behind these delicate pieces of art, usually only displayed in museums. Egypte, kalkstenen stele met offerscene van farao tegenover zittende Osiris, de god van de Onderwereld, en zijn vrouw Isis. 40 x 45 cm. Ex priv. coll. W.G., Nederland 1960s. Late Periode, 6e - 4e eeuw v.Chr.

Kunsthandel Mieke Zilverberg Frans van Mierisstraat 67 B 1071 RL Amsterdam

020 6259518 - 06 53832601 info@miekezilverberg.com www.miekezilverberg.com

Serpent glass made in the Venetian manner (à la façon de Venise) with white crests. So called ‘Cristallijn’ and white glass, The Netherlands, second half seventeenth century. Height 18.5cm.

Dr. Lennart Booij PAN stand 86 Prinsengracht 1 | 1015 DK Amsterdam +31 (0)655862862 (By appointment only) Mr. L. Booij has been dealing in edited decorative art works from the period 1900-1960 since 2013. He holds an PHD in Art History and deeply researched the life and work of French decorative designer René Lalique (1860-1945) On this years art, antiques and designfair PAN at the RAI in Amsterdam Booij is especially proud to present a beautiful collection of fine ceramic works by Pablo Picasso (1881-1973). Visit his stand 86 during PAN and be amazed about the diversity and complexity of these rare edited artworks now so highly desirable.

www.booij-arts.com

A collection of ceramic pieces designed by Pablo Picasso between 1949 and 1968

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Robert Schreuder Antiquair Visit Robert Schreuder’s small and enchanting antiques shop, which will take you back to the world of 18th- and 19th-century Grand Tour travellers on their way to Rome or Paris. Treat yourself to a beautiful neoclassical statue or watercolour that will perfectly adorn a modern loft as well as the study of a Georgian townhouse. Or choose from among the selected pieces of fine furniture, objets d’art, chandeliers, candlesticks and out of the ordinary objects on offer that will most likely steal your heart. Admirers of Napoleon will find a nice collection of busts and memorabilia of the emperor. Robert studied in Bordeaux, Leiden and Bologna. No wonder Italian and French antiques form the core of his collection but you might also encounter a nice English Regency piece. You are very welcome in his shop in the Spiegelkwartier, Amsterdam’s famous antiques district. Or have a preview on his stylish website

Nieuwe Spiegelstraat 48 | Amsterdam Open: Thursday-Saturday: 11 am - 6 pm Phone: +31 (0)6 242 89 550 www.robertschreuder.com

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What’s the best time to visit Amsterdam and its green backyard De Veluwe? That depends of course on what you’re looking for. In autumn or winter, as the leaves are blown from the trees, Amsterdam’s beautiful gables reappear in their full glory from behind the foliage. Springtime is bright and colourful in Amsterdam. In summer it buzzes with all sorts of outdoors activities and festivals.

AMSTERDAM ART WEEKEND VARIOUS LOCATIONS 23 - 26 NOVEMBER

Amsterdam Art Weekend is the city’s only contemporary art weekend. During this weekend, Amsterdam will be entirely dedicated to contemporary art. Thanks to the numerous participating organizations including Annet Gelink Gallery, Galerie Fons Welters and other galleries, post-doc courses such as Rijksakademie (Royal Academy of Visual Arts) and De Ateliers, museums like Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and EYE and multiple alternative art spaces, the public will encounter both established and upcoming artists. This year the four-day programme encompasses more than 50 locations and over 100 events. Amsterdam Art Weekend is organized by Stichting Amsterdam Art 36 - CINQ

APICHATPONG WEERASETHAKUL

DANCING WITH THE ENEMY

This autumn EYE is organizing a major exhibition on the work of two prominent film artists: Apichatpong Weerasethakul (1970) and Cao Guimarães (1965). Their acclaimed work evokes a world that blends dream, sensory experience and reality, inviting visitors to momentarily step out of their rationally structured lives

The exhibition Dancing with the Enemy recalls an extraordinary life marked by love, betrayal, and fierce determination. The visitor experiences the impressive story of Roosie through many photographs and films she made before and after the war. Dancing with the Enemy tells the gripping story of Roosie Glaser (1914-2000). Rosie was an emancipated woman who defied convention, she toured Western Europe teaching ballroom dancing to high acclaim. Rosie was taken prisoner by the SS and sent to a series of concentration camps. But her enemies were unable to destroy her.

EYE FILM MUSEUM IJPROMENADE 1 +31 (0)20 589 14 00 EYEFILM.NL TILL 3 DECEMBER

Guimarães and Weerasethakul are like-minded artists whose work starts with the ordinary, everyday life all around us, but it requires an exceptional eye, a trained eye, to reveal its beauty, colours, rhythms, light, sounds and smells.

DUTCH RESISTANCE MUSEUM PLANTAGE KERKLAAN 61 +31 (0)20 620 25 35 VERZETSMUSEUM.ORG 22 NOV TILL 4 MAR 2018

JOHAN MAELWAEL

RIJKSMUSEUM AMSTERDAM MUSEUMSTRAAT 1 +31 (0)20 674 70 00 RIJKSMUSEUM.NL TILL 7 JANUARY 2018 The Rijksmuseum honors the first Northern Dutch painter: Johan Maelwael (Jean Malouel, Nijmegen, c. 1370 - Dijon, 1415). This uncle of the legendary Limbourg Brothers was active as a versatile, pioneering and productive artist at the courts of the Dukes of Guelders and Burgundy around 1400. Johan Maelwael became one of the most successful and best paid artist of the Western Europe in the Middle Ages. The show is organized with the exceptional support of the Musée du Louvre that lends Maelwael’s most famous painting ‘La Grande Pietà ronde’ has never left Paris.


JEAN DUBUFFET THE DEEP END STEDELIJK MUSEUM MUSEUMPLEIN 10 +31 (0)20 573 29 11 STEDELIJK.NL TILL 7 JANUARY 2018

This summer, the Rijksmuseum and the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam are programming work by the French artist Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985). The Rijksmuseum will present sculptures by the artist in the museum gardens and, for the first time, the Stedelijk will exhibit the entire group of Dubuffet works in its collection. In the 1950s and ‘60s, Jean Dubuffet was principally known as a painter, draughtsman and print-maker. He was instrumental in encouraging the widespread use of the term ‘art brut’, or raw art, for artwork created by the mentally ill, children, and autodidacts.

MIRRORING LIFE ANDRÉ KERTÉSZ FOAM KEIZERSGRACHT 609 +31 (0)20 551 65 00 FOAM.ORG TILL 7 JANUARY 2018

Kertész is famous today for his extraordinary contribution to the language of photography in the 20th century. This retrospective marshals a large number of black and white prints as well as a selection of his colour photographs, highlighting his exceptional creative acuity to reconfigure reality through unusual compositions. The exhibition pays tribute to a photographer whom Henri Cartier-Bresson regarded as one of his masters, and reveals, despite an apparent diversity of periods and situations, themes and styles, the coherence of Kertész’s poetic approach.

NA – CHRISTIAN BOLTANSKI

NIEUWE KERK 24 NOV – 29 APR 2018 A radical and site specific exhibition by Christian Boltanski will be held in the Oude Kerk in Amsterdam this fall. Boltanski is known as one of the greatest artists in the world, with a ouevre that deals with the way we remember and commemorate. In a lieu de mémoire like the Oude Kerk, with its eight centuries of history and 2,200 memorial stones, his work is very much at home. The artist is creating a site-specific composition consisting of seven different works that address the existential question of what happens after our life has come to an end.

REMBRANDTS MEESTERLEERLINGEN MUSEUM HET REMBRANDTHUIS EN MUSEUM AMSTERDAM JODENBREESTRAAT 4 REMBRANDTHUIS.NL 24 NOV – 29 APR 2018

Many paintings are coming together from all over the world, from museums and private collections, for this double exhibition in Amsterdam. Some will be back in the Dutch capital for the first time since the seventeenth century. The exhibition explores the mastery of Ferdinand Bol and Govert Flinck in the seventeenth century at two locations that complement one another: training at the ‘first academy of art’ versus independence in the art market.

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‘A JOURNEY WITH SCHUBERT’

NIEUWE JONKERSTRAAT 8 (NEAR NIEUWMARKT) MARIONETTETHEATRE.COM 27 OCT TILL 29 DEC

BALLETGALA STICH- DISNEY ON ICE HOLLANDSE TING DANSERSMEESTERS ROTTERDAM, UTRECHT AND FONDS ‘79’ HERMITAGE AMSTERDAM

MARNIXSTRAAT 402 +31 (0)900 335 26 27 DELAMAR.NL Schubert’ 13 NOVEMBER 2017

‘A Journey with will be performed in a Dutch version. Because of the visual and musical character of the performance, the language is no great barrier. A babbling brook, the delicate green of the willow, birds sing their song: spring has come! A young miller sets out with a well-filled knapsack. From village to village, looking for a job – and love. Songs by Franz Schubert accompany him on an adventurous quest full of desire, merriment and surprise. Six puppeteers play the big wooden marionettes and the countless figures in ever changing landscapes.

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All the best Dutch dance companies in a single festive program. On Monday November 13th in het DeLaMar Theater the major Dutch dance companies will join forces for the Dancer’s Fund Foundation’s twentieth gala. This year’s event is dedicated to master choreographer Hans van Manen. The program also includes contributions by DNB’s Junior Company, Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, Netherlands Dans Theater 2 and Introdans. Proceeds from this festive evening will benefit the Dancer’s Fund.

AMSTEL 51 +31 (0)20 530 87 55 Enter the dazzling world of HERMITAGE.NL Disney magic, live on ice!  Rev 7 OCT TILL 27 MAY DISNEYONICE.NL 15 TILL 30 DECEMBER

up for non-stop fun with four of your favorite  Disney stories at Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment. Disney/Pixar’s Cars, The Little Mermaid, Toy Story en Disney’s Frozen. From wheels to waves, icy wonderlands to infinity and beyond, your family’s favorite Disney moments come to life at Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment.

It’s been a long time coming but 7 October is the great day. For the first time in its existence, the Hermitage Amsterdam is mounting a show of Dutch masters from the renowned St Petersburg collection. The Nieuwe Keizersgracht wing will showcase one of the greatest treasures of the State Hermitage: the world’s leading collection of Dutch Golden Age painting outside the Netherlands. No fewer than 63 works by 50 different artists are being brought to Amsterdam for a unique exhibition that will celebrate the paintings first (brief) ‘home-coming’ in 350 years.


AMSTERDAM MAGIC STAND-UP COMEDY SHOW SHOW PALEIS VAN DE WEEMOED OUDEZIJDS VOORBURGWAL 15 +31 (0)20 808 53 84 AMSTERDAM-MAGIC.COM EVERY FIRST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH

MAGIC: For some it’s just a word…for us it’s a way of life. Take your friends, your loved ones, or yourself on our magical ride and forget the world outside (for one crazy night). they are an ensemble of magicians and illusionists from all across Europe. But each show is different and unique since they invite the best inter-national and comedy acts to perform in our roaring 20’s era theater. So step into the magical world of ‘Huh’ and have an unforgettable evening of entertainment.

COMEDY CAFE IJDOK 89 +31 (0)20 722 08 27 COMEDYCAFE.NL EVERY THURSDAY

Every Thursday Comedy Café presents special English spoken Comedy Show with comedians from all parts of the world. In the past we have welcomed amongst others Ardal O’Hanlon, Stephen K. Amos, Gina Yashere, phill jupitus and many more. upcoming performances by: Lynn Ruth Miller, Swedisch Syndrome by Al Pitcher and many more.

WORLD CHRISTMAS CIRCUS THEATER CARRE AMSTEL 115-125 +31 (0)900 - 252 52 55 CARRE.NL 21 DEC TILL 7 JAN 2018

The 33rd Wereldkerstcircus (World Christmas Circus) promises to be the family celebration of the year with a program of excitement, beauty and sensation, in which the absolute world summit is united in Carré from 21 December to 7 January. Clowns always form the soul of our circus. The circus presented many classic clowns, but in this edition one can enjoy a modern clown, which has translated the classical traditions of the clowns to this time. This year it is the multi-talent of Housch-maHousch! For seven years he was the star of the Parisian Lido, but now he is back in Carré again!

MATA HARI - BALLET AMSTEL 3 +31 (0)20 625 54 55 OPERABALLET.NL 14 OCT TILL 3 NOV

The turbulent life of the Dutch spy and dancer Mata Hari is the theme of this large-scale production. Choreographed by artistic director Ted Brandsen, it was premiered in the spring of 2016 to resounding success. On 15 October 2017, it is exactly a hundred years ago that Margaretha Geertruida Zelle (Mata Hari’s real name) was executed as a spy. The story of the Dutch spy and dancer, which is known all over the world, now appeals to the imagination more than ever. The young girl from Friesland became an internationally celebrated dancer; a star who wound every man around her little finger and a strong, self-willed woman, who was later accused of treason. CINQ - 39


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TANGOTRAIN FESTIVAL 2017

DIFFERENT LOCATIONS IN AMSTERDAM TANGOTRAIN.COM 23 DEC 2017 TILL 1 JAN 2018. TangoTrain celebrates Argentine tango in Amsterdam, one of the major tango capitals of Europe, because for us tango means to connect. Many tango travelers get a chance to visit our city’s milongas throughout the year, for others this is a unique opportunity to connect with all of is in one week! TangoTrain stands for a tango that allows dancers to connect from all styles. TangoTrain is an initiative of Amsterdam event-organizers to jointly demonstrate the open Argentine tango culture of our nation’s capital. One long week in the year we coordinate to deliver an unforgettable tango experience. 40 - CINQ

AMSTERDAM LIGHT FESTIVAL

+31 (0)20 620 69 08 AMSTERDAMLIGHTFESTIVAL .COM 30 NOV TILL 21 JAN 2018 The sixth edition of Amsterdam Light Festival. This annual light art festival transforms Amsterdam’s city centre into an open-air light museum. Tailor-made art pieces and installations by contemporary (international) artists, designers, and architects light up the inner city. The festival can be admired from both water and land. The water exposition presents a large number of artworks on and around the famous canals. The land exposition takes place on the former Marineterrein, which includes art, talks and performances.

DA BOUNCE URBAN FILM FESTIVAL PATHE ARENA ARENA BOULEVARD 600 +31 (0)20 488 91 95 DBUFF.NL 1 TILL 5 NOVEMBER 2017

This festival is the Netherlands’ first urban film festival. With its variety in new releases, classics, narrative features, shorts and documentaries, the events celebrates the cinematic diversity. To continue the conversations off screen, DBUFF also organizes Q&A’s, panel discussions and workshops. Afterwards, meet us at the dancefloor for amazing live performances and afterparties. DBUFF offers a platform to initiatives that stimulate the landscape of urban film. We build bridges, stimulate growth and offer insights into the great potential within the urban film segment.

HOLLAND DANCE FESTIVAL @ THE GRAND

THE GRAND AMSTERDAM O.Z BURGWAL 197 +31 (0)20 555 31 11 HOLLAND-DANCE.COM 1 TILL 4 NOVEMBER 2017 The magnificent hotel Sofitel Legend The Grand will be the backdrop for this performance. In the Council Chamber, built in 1926, we will present an unforgettable dinner with wonderful dance. You will be seated at tables around the dancers. The performance will consist of various choreographies by top choreographers, danced by the young dancers of Codarts Rotterdam, the international hotspot for contemporary dance. A delicious dinner will be served in the meantime, under the supervision of Michelin star chef Andrès Delpeut.


ICE*AMSTERDAM

MUSEUMPLEIN AMSTERDAM +31 (0)900 386 77 67 CEAMSTERDAM.NL TILL 4 FEBRUARY 2018 The Most Amazing Ice Experience in Holland, Ice*Amsterdam will bright up your winter! From November 20th till February 4th 2017, the Museumplein in Amsterdam is filled with fun activities, ice sculpture workshops and different skate courses. Surrounded by cosy stalls with wintry refreshments you will have a great time with friends or family. You can relax on the terrace or walk across the traditional Amsterdam drawbridge that goes over the ice rink. Hint: In the evening the ice rink is illuminated beautifully. Order your tickets online with discount at www.iceamsterdam.nl right now! Hope to see you there!

IDFA

VARIOUS LOCATIONS +31 (0)20 627 33 29 IDFA.NL 15 TILL 26 NOVEMBER 2017

MASTERS OF LXRY

RAI AMSTERDAM EUROPAPLEIN +31 (0)20 549 12 12 LXRY.NL The International Documentary 7 DEC TILL 11 DEC Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) is the biggest documentary film festivals in the world. From November 15 through 26, the audience can come and joy over 300 documentaries and interactive documentary projects on various locations in Amsterdam. The documentaries are diverse in theme and high in cinematic quality. This year the festival celebrates its 30th birthday, with special theme programs and events. During the festival the different juries will decide which films win the IDFA Awards.

It has been nicknamed “a city of luxury” and so it is. It is a pop-up city of luxury built on quality, craftsmanship and uniqueness. It is Masters of LXRY. Here, you’ll find everything that makes a city a city, divided across 5 halls and 37,500 m2, making it our largest fair ever. It comprises entire houses, restaurants, galleries, gardens, swimming pools, cars, boats, squares, markets, theatres and…people. This edition of Masters of LXRY is all about design. It pays homage to both new and established talented Dutch designers. It offers visitors a unique view of Dutch art, design, fashion and industrial design.t

THE L&B WHISKY WEEKEND

THE POSTHOORNKERK HAARLEMMERSTRAAT 124-126 LBWHISKYWEEKEND AMSTERDAM.NL 19 AND 20 JANUARY 2018 The Posthoornkerk is again converted into the ‘Whisky Walhalla’ in Amsterdam. More than 30 whisky and whisky-related exhibitors will present their latest products to you, both on the ground floor and in the basement of the church. Included in the entrance fee is a welcome whisky in the unique engraved Glencairn glass and a bottle of water. This edition we also organize several tasting sessions, tours in the church while enjoying some whiskies and there are a number of hostesses available to help you on your way to your favorite whisky choices. CINQ - 41


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WINTERAVONDEN AAN DE AMSTEL

RUSSISCHE KAMERMUZIEK FESTIVAL HERMITAGE +31 (0)623 86 11 56 WINTERAVONDENAANDE AMSTEL.NL 16 TILL 19 DECEMBER 2017 Every year in December the festival offers the Dutch public unforgettable encounters with some pearls of Russian classical music, striking a perfect festive chord. The history of the event is closely associated with the name of Sviatoslav Richter, who founded the annual «December Nights» international music festival based in the Pushkin Museum in Moscow. The great pianist had a vision that performing classical music in a museum lets the public feel the deep connection between different forms of art.

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BROOKLYN NIGHTS DINNERSHOW

STUDIO’S AALSMEER VAN CLEEFFKADE 15 +31 (0)900 13 53 BROOKLYN-NIGHTS.NL TILL 25 DECEMBER 2017 Brooklyn Nights is a spectacular Dinnershow taking place at Studio’s Aalsmeer. Top singers and dancers entertain you all along the 4 courses diner served in the Big Apple restaurant. After diner, you can enjoy the Broadway theatre show and been blown away by the LED projections and the 300 costumes. During the after-party, you can choose between a Jazz CLUB or the Dance Café if you feel like dancing (every venue with live singers and musicians). The whole evening with 4 courses diner, drinks arrangement and full entertainment from € 69,50

CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL

AMSTELKERK, AMSTELVELD 10 STADSHERSTEL.NL 29, 30 AND 31 DEC 2017 Timeless music in Amsterdam The Chamber Music Festival Amsterdam is the brainchild of Dutch cellist Ella van Poucke and her brother, pianist Nicolas van Poucke. The festival once again unites international musicians to celebrate the centuries-old genre. Ella van Poucke, born in Amsterdam in 1994, is one of the leading cellists of her generation. Winner of the prestigious Premio Chigiana 2017 and recently awarded the Grachtenfestival Prize, the 23 year old Dutch cellist belongs to the top rank of today’s generation of cellists. 

CHRISTMAS CLASSICS AT THE MOVIES

CONCERTGEBOUW +31 (0)900 671 83 45 CONCERTGEBOUWPLEIN 10 CONCERTGEBOUW.NL SATERDAY 16 DEC 2017 The Concertgebouw’s famous Main Hall is one of the best concert halls in the world, well-known for its exceptional acoustics and special atmosphere. In the Main Hall, you will feel history. Here, Gustav Mahler conducted his own compositions, as did Richard Strauss and Igor Stravinsky. Right up to now, the Main Hall offers a stage to the world’s best orchestras and musicians. Buy your tickets for Christmas Classics and experience the magic of the Main Hall for yourself with the most beautiful Christmas music!


ENCORE 5 YEAR ANNIVERSARY

CELLO BIËNNALE AMSTERDAM

QUEEN + ADAM LAMBERT

This year, the renowned Encore club night which takes place every Saturday night in Melkweg, celebrates its five year anniversary! This first lustrum will be celebrated largely in AFAS Live, one of Amsterdam’s biggest concert halls. The event was announced during Encore Festival, right after the performance of closing act Tory Lanez. No effort is being spared for this five year anniversary, the visitors will be treated to a massive line up and production. Look at it as an Encore club night XXL, with live shows, entertainment and top notch hiphop and R&B.

One concert molded into a minifestival, as an upbeat to the seventh edition of the Cello Biënnale Amsterdam in 2018. An evening with everything that makes this festival so beloved: the atmosphere, international soloists, musical suprises and an enthousiastic audience. A taste for everyone who can’t wait to experience the festival. What makes the seventh Cello Biënnale Amsterdam so special? Which famous and less known stars will attend, and what will they be playing? What are the special acts and what is the theme of the festival? This evening will answer it all.

The band will play their only show in Amsterdam at Ziggo Dome on November 13. The tour continues across Europe and the UK until midDecember with the final show at London’s Wembley SSE Arena on December 15. For their 2017 tour, the band will unveil a brand new show including a specially designed state-of-the-art production. The choice of performance material will no doubt acknowledge this year’s 40th anniversary of Queen’s biggest-selling studio album to date, News of the World from 1977.

AFAS LIVE ARENA BOULEVARD 590 +31 (0)900 687 42 42 AFASLIVE.NL 1 DECEMBER 2017

PIET HEINKADE 5 AMSTERDAM +31 (0)20 519 18 08 CELLOBIENNALE.NL 10 NOVEMBER 2017

ZIGGO DOME AMSTERDAM DE PASSAGE 100 +31 (0)900 235 36 63 ZIGGODOME.NL 13 NOVEMBER

WINTERPARADE

ZUIDERKERK ZUIDERKERKHOF 72 +31 (0)334 65 45 55 TAFELVANDEIDEE.NL 21 TILL 30 DECEMBER 2017 The Winterparade offers theatre, music, dance and delicious cuisine at a 120-metre-long table! The table is used as a stage for a diverse programme with actors, dancers, musicians and more, while guests are treated to a delicious meal. The delicious multi-course dinner will be catered by De Nieuwe Garde. Chefs and waitresses will be climbing the tables and making unexpected appearances along with the hospitable Candy Girls. Please note that the performances are partially in Dutch but plenty of the entertainment is language no problem.

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EXPLORE RARE TREASURES FROM THE LUCASFILM ARCHIVES DESIGN YOUR OWN STAR WARS™ HERO Who would you be if you were a character from Star Wars? A Twi’lek bounty hunter? A Wookiee Jedi Knight? Or maybe an Ewok with fighter-pilot skills? Here’s your chance to find out. Unleash your creativity as you build your personal and unique Star Wars Hero.

props, models, 200 original costumes, yours to discover and pieces of artwork are Identities. up close at STAR WARS™

There’s R2-D2, Han Solo’s Millennium Falcon and Anakin’s full-sized Podracer. Other favourites, like Yoda, Chewbacca, Boba Fett, Princess Leia, stormtroopers, and Darth Vader, are also on display. As are many more treasures, including dozens of objects being exhibited for the first time. Breathtaking face-to-face encounters with dozens of character costumes and props, as well as original artwork and models, will take you behind the scenes in the movie-making process. The collection spans all six Star Warsmovies as well as the ongoing television series Star Wars: The Clone Wars™.

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Visitors of all ages explore their own identities and learn about the forces that shape them in this exciting character design quest. Equipped with a smart technology bracelet, every visitor is invited to respond to a series of identity questions at interactive stations throughout the exhibition. These character-design stations are interwoven seamlessly with the exhibition’s collection and scientific content and form the backbone of the exhibition experience. Each answer given along the identity quest is one step in the creation of a complete character profile. Visitors view the final result—their new and unique Star Wars character—for the

first time at the end of the exhibition, and can request to receive a more detailed version of the character profile by email, which can then be consulted from home or shared using social media platforms. Tickets You can book tickets by calling T 0900-3001250 (60cpm) or by visiting www.ticketmaster.nl/starwarsidentities It is possible to buy tickets at Pathé CineMec Utrecht (PIN only). However, to avoid disappointment (sold out time slots and days) we advise you to buy tickets in advance. until the 11th of March 2018 at Pathé CineMec in Utrecht Berlijnplein 100 – Utrecht


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Mus eums AMSTERDAM

Amsterdam has so much to offer. There are the canals, full of character in every kind of weather. You can take a canal cruise boat Anne Frankand view the seventeenth century houses from the water, or just take a walk. Then there are the museums. Amsterdam is the place to be for Rembrandts, Van Goghs and modern art.

COBRA Museum EYE. Photo (c) Rene den Engelsman

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Portugese Synagoge. Photo: Marijke Volkers

Het Scheepvaartmuseum – The National Maritime Museum


ALLARD PIERSON Archaeological Museum of the University of Amsterdam Oude Turfmarkt 127, Phone: (020) 5252556, www.allardpiersonmuseum.nl (open: Tue.-Fri. 10.00 to 17.00 Sat., Sun. 13.00-17.00) The collection of the Allard Pierson Museum (named after the first professor Classical Archaeology at the University of Amsterdam) consists of artefacts, antiques, books, from all over the world, the Mediterranean area, Egypt, Iran, The New World, etcetera. AMSTERDAM MUSEUM The Story of Amsterdam, your entry to the city Kalverstraat 92, Phone: (020) 5231822, www.ahm.nl (open: Mon.-Fri. 10.00-17.00/ Sat., Sun. 11.00-17.00) The Amsterdam. Long ago, a small settlement on the river Amstel. Later the centre of 17th-century world trade. Today, a colour­ful international city, with its special appearance and independently minded inhabitants. Paintings, exhibits, photos, film and interactive presentations show how the city has flourished, as well as the poverty, disease and war that Amsterdam has faced over the years. Situated in the inner-city building complex that once housed the civic orphanage, the museum tells the compelling story of the growth and heyday of this unique city. ANNE FRANK HOUSE Prinsengracht 267, Phone: (020) 5567100, www.annefrank.org (open: 15 Sep. – 14 Mar. Mon.-Sun. 9.0019.00, Sat. till 21.00; 15 Mar.-14 Sep. Sun.-Fri 9.00 – 21.00, Sat. till 22.00; Jul. and Aug. 9.00-22.00) At the Anne Frank House you can visit the hiding place where Anne Frank wrote her diary during World War Two. Quotations from the diary, historical documents, photographs, film images and original objects that belonged to those in hiding and the helpers illustrate the events that took place at this location. Anne’s original diary and other notebooks are on display in the museum. In addition to the historic rooms, where the history of Anne Frank is central, there are other exhibitions in the museum. To avoid crowds we advice you to visit the museum in the evening and/or buying tickets online. ARCAM Centre for Architecture Prins Hendrikkade 600, phone (020) 6204878, www.arcam.nl Amsterdam Centre for Architecture Informes on architecture and urban design in the Amsterdam Metropolitan Area and stimulates the discussion on topical subjects.

AMSTERDAM TULIP MUSEUM Prinsengracht 116, Phone: (020) 421 00 95, www.amsterdamtulipmuseum.com Conveniently located in the heart of historic Amsterdam, near many fine shops, galleries and cafes, the museum features exhibits and films devoted to the tulip, the unofficial national flower of the Netherlands.

DIAMOND MUSEUM AMSTERDAM Paulus Potterstraat 8, phone: (020) 30 55 300, www.diamantmuseumamsterdam.nl (open: daily 9.00-17.00) The Diamond Museum Amsterdam gives you an ideal introduction into the world of diamonds by means of photographs, film, diamonds (real and almost real), history and jewellery.

ARTI ET AMICITIAE Rokin 112, Phone: (020) 624 51 34, www.arti.nl Arti et Amicitiae is an art-society, founded in 1839. The society of visual artists and art-loving members is a place where artists and those who are interested can meet each other in an outstanding building on the Rokin, in the centre of Amsterdam. The building contains a private 19th century society, with the interior designed by architect Berlage. The building also houses monumental exhibition rooms.

DUTCH RESISTANCE MUSEUM Plantage Kerklaan 61, phone: (020) 6202535, www.verzetsmuseum.org (open: Tue.-Fri. 10.00-17.00. Sat.-Mon. 12.00-17.00) The permanent exhibition: It is the museum’s task to stimulate the visitor’s curiosity to learn about the most momentous period in the Dutch twentieth century history. The form and content of the permanent exhibition is now geared to include visitors who might not have much prior knowledge of the subject (but who are used to collecting information quickly from IT skills). The permanent exhibition takes visitors back to the thirties and forties by using street scenes and house interiors.

MUSEUM OF BAGS AND PURSES Herengracht 573, phone: (020) 5246452, www.tassenmuseum.nl (open: daily 10am-5pm) The Museum of Bags and Purses displays the history of the bag in western culture from the late Middle Ages up to the present. It is the only bag museum in the world that offers such an extensive and specialized collection. The collection consists of more than 3500 objects, bags and accessories, and highlights the wide-ranging forms and materials used in bag design. BIJBELS MUSEUM / BIBLICAL MUSEUM Where Bible, art and culture meet in a monument full of history Herengracht 366-368, phone: (020) 6242436, www.bijbelsmuseum.nl (open: Mon.-Sat. 10.00-17.00, Sun. 11.0017.00) Make a fascinating journey through the world of one of the oldest and most read books in two historical buildings on the Herengracht canal in Amsterdam. The museum itself centers around high-quality models of historical and religious scenes. Visitors can explore biblical history and geography through a variety of artifacts, images, and installations. COBRAMUSEUM Sandbergplein 1, Amstelveen, phone: (020) 5475050, www.cobra-museum.nl (open: Tue.-Sun. 11.00-17.00) Presentations of art from the CoBrA movement, varying in composition or theme, are permanently held in the Museum. Not only works from the Museum’s collection, but also works from the other important museums and private collections are shown on a regular bases.

EYE FILM INSTITUTE NEDERLAND IJpromenade 1, phone: (020) 5891400, www.eyefilm.nl As a national centre for cinematography Eye Film Institute aims to promote a lively Dutch film culture, by the collection, restoration and screening of film treasures. For the play list please see website. FOAM MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY Keizersgracht 609, phone: (020) 5516500, www.foam.org (open: Sun.-Wed. 10am-5pm; Thu.-Fri. 10am-9pm) Foam is a museum for photography that collaborates with other organisations and corporations. It gives photographers, image editors, designers and others in the profession a place to meet and find inspiration. VAN GOGH MUSEUM Paulus Potterstraat 7, phone: (020) 5705200, www.vangoghmuseum.nl (open: daily 10.00 – 17.00 and open until 22.00 every Fri. evening; special program those evenings) The collection section is organized into three parts, featuring the work of Vincent van Gogh, the work of other (contemporary) artists and the history of the museum collection. Just like in the museum, Van Gogh’s work is organized chronologically into five periods, each representing a different phase of his life and work: The Netherlands, Antwerp, Paris, Arles, Saint-Rémy and Auvers-sur-Oise. Permanent Works by Van Gogh and other 19th-century artists

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(Cézanne, Gauguin, Manet, Monet, Redon, Vuillard, Alma-Tadema, Puvis de Chavannes, Rodin, Picasso, de Toulouse-Lautrec, Pissarro and others). HERMITAGE AMSTERDAM Amstel 51, phone: (020)5308751, www.hermitage.nl (open: daily 10.00-17.00 and wednesday from 10.00-20.00) A new museum in Amsterdam based on the St. Petersburg collections opened its doors in 2004. Many highly successful exhibitions have been organized already. Extended to 15 June.: Rubens, Van Dijck & Jordaens; Flemish Painters from the Hermitage JOODS HISTORISCH MUSEUM Nieuwe Amstelstraat 1, phone: (020) 5310310, www.jhm.nl (open: daily 11.00-17.00) Religion, culture and history of the Jews in the Netherlands dominate the museum’s permanent collection. A museum route is indicated along this display. The route starts in the New Synagogue. Here they address the five elements that figure in contemporary Jewish identity: religion, ties with the state of Israel, the experiences of World War II, personal life histories and the impact of Dutch society on Jewish culture.

Visit the Diamant Museum Amsterdam and become a diamond expert! diamant museum amsterdam Museumplein, between Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum Paulus Potterstraat 8 | Amsterdam info@diamantmuseumamsterdam.nl www.diamantmuseumamsterdam.nl opening hours | 7 days a week 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

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SENSATIONAL SCIENCE IN SCIENCE CENTER NEMO Oosterdok 2, phone (020) 5313233, www.e-nemo.nl Science Center NEMO, the largest science center in the Netherlands, is for the naturally inquisitive. In interactive exhibitions, everyone – young or old – can experience the fascinating world of science and technology for themselves. Candy store for curious people Science Center NEMO recently opened Phenomena, its newly fitted-out first floor. This floor shows how science works and is a proverbial candy store for curious people. The Sensational Science exhibition takes centre stage. There are audience favourites like Nikola Tesla’s Lightning Globe, the Chain Reaction demonstration and the Giant Soap Bubbles, plus a range of new exhibits. Make your own whirlpool with the Water Vortex, predict the movement of the Chaotic Pendulum, or make a ring jump. Science Throughout the Ages The Science Throughout the Ages exhibition reveals the history of science and research methodology. For centuries a pastime of the ruling classes, today science belongs to us all. Learn about the scientific method and experiment with rolling or falling objects. Or become a test subject in an ongoing scientific study. View of Amsterdam Unwind at NEMO’s top-floor restaurant and enjoy the magnificent view of Amsterdam. You don’t need a NEMO ticket to use the restaurant. DE NIEUWE KERK Dam Square, phone (020) 6386909, www.nieuwekerk.nl (open: daily 10.00-17.00 and thursday till 22.00) The major exhibitions held in De Nieuwe Kerk are devoted to treasures from other countries and cultures. In the last few years, the exhibition policy has been expanded to include a “world religion” theme. Striking exhibitions like Islam, The Black Pharaohs, The Way to Heaven, and Mexico - journey to the land of the gods, were for many a first exciting glimpse into these religions and cultures. REMBRANDTHUIS MUSEUM Jodenbreestraat 4, phone (020) 5200400, www.rembrandthuis.nl (open: daily 10.00-17.00) Permanent Rembrandt House Restoration. Museum Het Rembrandthuis consists of two parts: 1. The recently refurbished house of the world famous painter Rembrandt van Rijn, who lived and worked here from 1639 until 1658. 2. The new museum wing, in which you will find the exhibition rooms for the permanent collection of almost all of Rembrandt’s etchings and for temporary exhibitions.

RIJKSMUSEUM Stadhouderskade 42, phone (020) 6747000, www.rijksmuseum.nl (open: daily 9.00-18.00) Moreover, the Rijksmuseum’s aim is to continue to show the permanent collection to as wide an audience as possible at home and abroad. A major presentation of 17th-century masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum’s collection (including Rembrandt’s Night watch and others) is given in the Philips Wing. RIJKSMUSEUM SCHIPHOL Holland Boulevard at Schiphol Airport (past passport control between), phone (020) 6747000, www.rijksmuseum.nl (open: daily 6.00-20.00, admission free) The Rijksmuseum is the first museum in the world to have an annexe at an airport. His Royal Highness the Prince of Orange opened it in 2002. The little Rijksmuseum Schiphol has a permanent display of 10 works by Dutch masters of the seventeenth century. The temporary exhibitions change several times a year. NEDERLANDSE SCHEEPVAARTMUSEUM Kattenburgerplein 1, phone (020) 5232222, www.scheepvaartmuseum.nl (open: daily from 9.00-17.00) The Netherlands Maritime Museum is housed in the National Naval Depot, a former 300-year old arsenal of the Dutch Navy. The unique and superb collection tells the story of the maritime past of the Netherlands. The jetty outside the Museum provides a permanent berth for a replica of the Dutch East Indiaman Amsterdam. Actors playing the sailors provide a ‘life-like’ impression of life on board the Amsterdam. STEDELIJK MUSEUM Paulus Potterstraat 13, phone (020) 5732811, www.stedelijk.nl (open: Daily 11.00-18.00) The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam is an international museum dedicated to modern and contemporary art and design. Its al dynamic museum the closely follows developments in art, particularly those of second half of the 20th century. The collection of paintings and sculptures, drawings, prints, photography, graphic designs is world renowned. THEATERMUSEUM Sarphatistraat 53, phone (020) 5513300, www.tin.nl (open: Tue.-Sat. 11.00-17.00/ Sun. closed) The Theatre Museum also organizes guided tours, readings and activities for children. Permanent, costumes change Theatre-costume Exhibition.


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CHEESE & MORE BY HENRI WILLIG Cheese & More by Henri Willig is a modern luxury gift shop where the real cheese lover finds top quality, traditionally prepared cheese from our own dairy. It may be difficult to choose from the large selection of cow, goat and sheep cheeses with several different flavors. Luckily you can taste them all in the shop before making your choice. In addition to this we also sell other delicacies such as traditional Dutch syrup waffles, chocolate and gingerbread. And also cheese dips and mustard. Our products are carefully selected and are produced with the same passion and quality standards as we produce our cheeses. You will find us here: • Cheese and More Bloemenmarkt Singel 540, 1017 AZ Amsterdam

• Cheese & More Centraal Station Stationsplein 39M • Cheese & More Kalverstraat Kalverstraat 105 • Cheese & more Leidsestraat Leidsestraat 52 • Cheese & more Magna Plaza Shopping Center Magna Plaza Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 182

•Cheese & More Nieuwendijk Nieuwendijk 109 & Nieuwendijk 226 Opening hours Shops are open from 9am until 6pm daily, although many do not open until midday on Sundays and Mondays. Thursday is late shopping night with stores staying open until 9pm. Check for opening hours our website www.cheeseandmore.com

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Genever – Holland’s rediscovered cocktail spirit, which dates back to 1820.

www.dehortus.nl The Hortus Botanicus Am the oldest botanic garden HEINEKEN EXPERIENCE ted in the city centre of th ARTIS ROMANTIC HORSE-DRAWN CARRIAGE Atadhouderskade 78, garden is a beautiful and Plantage Kerklaan 38-40, Veemarkt 50, Phone: (020) 691 34 78, Phone: (020) 523 92 22, an unique collection of pl Phone: (0900) 278 47 96, www.koetstaxi.nl www.artis.nl it iscity possible busy the Hortus offer www.heinekenexperience.comFrom Dam Square everyday A visit to The House of Bols, Cocktail & to take a horse drawn carriage tour of quillity, a flowery relief in The Heineken in between 11.00 Genever Experience onExperience the Museum- is located Amsterdam and 18.00.Karos plein square in Amsterdam, is a unique Rondritten arecity the company that offer Heineken’s first brewery in Amsterdam’s adventure and an unforgettable interactours. The prices are per ride and for center. 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At that time, opening July 2016 opening July 2016 thethe Hollandsche Schouwburg Foundation Hollandsche Schouwburg Foundation Ripley’s Believe It or Not!Ripley’s brings youBelieve close It or Not was established, and since then the mayor of to the mayor most unbelievable and amazing was established, and since then the of Amsterdam has always served as its chair to Enjoy the amost exhibits around the world. full ex-unbelievabl Amsterdam always served as its chair man. The monumenthas contains a memorial perience behind the doors of The Ripley’s exhibits around the wor wall, bearing the 6,700 family names of the Amsterdam and see the world through man. The monument contains a memorial 104,000 Dutch Jewish victims of the Second behind the doo our eyes. Are you ready perience to discover a world wall, the 6,700 family names of the World War,bearing and an educational exhibition where the unbelievable Amsterdam happens and the and see the for104,000 young people. 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ALIDA HOEVE /DE VRIENDSCHAP, CHEESE AND CLOGS Zeddeweg 1, 1131 CW Volendam Tel: +31 (0)299- 365830 The Alida Hoeve cheese farm and de Vriendschap wooden shoe factory are located in Volendam. The Alida Hoeve is a typical North Holland cheese-cover farmhouse. Where once cows grazed, now stands a shop with cheese for sale. Visitors are welcomed by staff wearing traditional Volendam dress and are all provided with an explanation on the preparation of cheese. The wooden shoe factory “de Vriendschap” is located next to the cheesefarm. Here you will get a free wooden shoe making demonstration and you will be explained about all the facets of the real Dutch wooden shoes. Following the demonstration, the large selection of wooden shoes can be admired. Wooden shoes are available in all sizes and with many different decorations. Numerous other souvenirs are also available for sale. The Alida Hoeve/De Vriendschap are open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m., from March through November and from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m., from December through February.

JACOBS HOEVE, CHEESE & COWS Hoogedijk 8, 1145 PM Katwoude Tel: +31 (0)299-658397 The Jacobs Hoeve is surrounded by the Katwoude polder landscape and lies next to the dike in Katwoude, nestled between Monnickendam and Volendam. The farmstead overlooks the beautiful IJsselmeer. You can visit the newly build stable and learn all about it. The team at the Jacobs Hoeve, attired daily in the traditional Volendam costume, awaits your visit. Upon your arrival, they treat you to a professional demonstration of the cheese-making process. Utilizing the necessary equipment and providing a clear explanation in multiple languages they help you experience the art of cheese-making from milk to finished product.

and further explore and enjoy the ambiance of our farmstead at their leisure. You can visit the newly build stable. In this stable Henri Willig created a self-guided tour and you van learn all about the Organic Jersey Farm, the Dutch Landscape and about the state of the art stable. In this stable the Jersey cows are very comfortable. And happy cows give the best milk for the most delicious Henri Willig cheese.

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In addition to the world-famous Gouda cheese, Henri Willig also makes sheep and goat cheese. The cheeses are plain or flavoured with various herbs and spices such as cumin, pepper, fenugreek or chilli pepper. After the demonstration, guests are welcome to sample the unique flavours of our cheese products

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Vincent van Gogh, Vier uitgebloeide zonnebloemen, augustus-oktober 1887/ Four sunflowers gone to seed, August-October 1887 olieverf op doek/oil on canvas 59,5 x 99,5 cm

Kröller-Müller Museum a most serene museum In the heart of the Netherlands, situated in De Hoge Veluwe National Park, is where you will find the museum and sculpture garden that goes by the name Kröller-Müller Museum. Namend after its founder and art collector Helene Kröller-Müller, the museum opened in 1938 and gained a considerabele international reputation since, primarily due to having the second-largest Van Gogh-collection in the world and the impressive sculpture garden that blends culture and nature beautifully. “A novelty that inspired other museums to do the same”, says curator Jannet de Goede about the sculpture garden. Sporting works by Auguste Rodin, Richard Serra, Jean Dubuffet, Joep van Lieshout, Pierre Huyghe and many others. The garden was designed with a landscape architect and artists were given bit of spae the needed to have their creations come to live. “It’s one of the main reasons why we see so many visitors come to our museum, just like the Van Gogh Collection with Overblown Sunflowers, The Potato Eaters, Bridge at Arles and Terrace of a Café at Night as the biggest crowd pullers. Helene Kröller-Müller was quick to recognise Van Gogh’s brilliance and it’s her passion for collection that made our museum what is is today”. 52 - CINQ 40 amsterdamjournal.nl

Winter exhibition: 100th anniversary of ‘De Stijl’ and its co-founder Bart van der Leck 14 October 2017 – 2 April 2018 Naturally the Kröller-Müller Museum offers much more than just the garden and the works of Van Gogh. The seasonal exhibitions touch on many different subjects and eras with the winter exhibition a surprisingly one. In 2017 it is hundred years since the founding of De Stijl. With masterpieces by Mondrian, Van Doesburg and Van der Leck among others, the Kröller-Müller Museum is one of the treasure troves of De Stijl. In this thematic year Mondrian to Dutch Design, 100 years of shaping the world, the museum presents The patron and the ‘house painter’: Helene Kröller-Müller and Bart van der Leck. Bart van der Leck, De kat - The cat, 1914


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This exhibition presents a selection from the 42 and approximately 400 drawings in the museum’s collection. Between 1912 and 1918 Van der Leck received an annual allowance from Helene KröllerMüller. Thus she became Van der Leck’s patron and in 1914 the artist was employed by the firm Wm H. Müller & Co. Van der Leck created posters, a large stained glass window for the headquarters in The Hague, mosaics for the office in London and colour designs for the interiors of the family’s residences. “Bart van der Leck had somewhat of a complex relationship with his patron. That created a tense dynamic between Helene’s vision and Bart as the artist who suddenly had no worries about money anymore. Based on the many letters she wrote him, we follow her train of thought and see how Van der Leck’s new work relates to the rest of her collection”, explains curator Jannet de Goede. The works of Van der Leck on display also showing how he developed his style in the space of two years that eventually defined what we now know as De Stijl being the first who opted to narrow his pallet to red, yellow and blue. Richard Serra, Spin out, for Robert Smithson, 1972 - 1973, photo: Cary Markerink Cor-Ten staal/Cor-Ten steel 3-delig, ieder 2,5 x 12 x 0,04 m./3 parts, each 2,5 x 12 x 0,04 m.

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Taste the authentic flavours of

Indonesia

We invite you to enjoy the enormous diversity that the Indonesian kitchen has to offer. In our restaurants in Utrecht and Amsterdam we use pure ingredients to serve you tradition, with a wide range of flavours and preparation methods, but always with our own touch. Fish, vegetarian, or meat, a comprehensive rijsttafel of various rice-based dishes and side dishes, or a dish authentic to one of the many islands: come and enjoy the many flavours that Indonesia has to offer.

West Java The capital of West-Java is Bandung. This old colonial city used to be the centre of the Dutch government in 1920. Nowadays Bandung is a blooming city inhabiting students from all over Indonesia. Bandung is a lively and chaotic city. If you’re looking for a refreshing drink, you should definitely try Cendol. They sell Cendol on every streetcorner in Bandung

Sate Kambing It’s an Indonesian tradition to roast thin-sliced goat meat over a charcoal fire and serve it with sweet soy sauce and shredded onion. Our kambing is marinated for a whole night to get an intense flavor. We only grill the Kambing for a very brief time so the meat stays nice and tender. Sate Kambing is our signature dish!

Cendol The tropical weather of Indonesia asks for the necessary cooling off which can only be taken care of by a refreshing drink. One of the most famous is Cendol: a mix of coconut milk, palm sugar, ice cream and green dyed strings of rice flour. It may sound like a curious combination, but the result is delicious! The tropical flavour of coconut, cold ice cream and the sweetness of palm sugar makes this one of Indonesia’s most popular refreshments.

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Indonesia

The country of Indonesia has a wide variety when it comes down to the ways of preparing a dish.

Soto Ayam Take the Soto Ayam for instance. You can order Soto Ayam in almost every part of Indonesia, but in every region they have their own specific way of making it. Our recipe of the Soto Ayam with chicken, bean sprouts and egg is most similar to the soto from Betawi. Betawi is the area around Jakarta. This Soto has a yellow colour because of the turmeric we put in the broth.


West Sumatra

Bali

North Sulawesi

Are you looking to spice things up? Be ready for a trip through West-Sumatra and beyond, like Lake Toba. Lake Toba is known for its huge crater. Lake Toba is the biggest and deepest crater lake in the world.

After a long day surfing at the beach of Kuta, there is nothing better than to relax at one of Kuta’s many beach clubs. However, Bali has to offer much more than just beaches and sun. Like beautiful rice fields for instance.

Daging Rendang

Sate lilit

It may be the most famous dish from Indonesia and according to CNN the most tasteful dish in the world! Originally this dish comes from Padang, West-Sumatra. It is tradition to eat Rendang at parties and festivities.

On the island of Bali, the sate lilit is a must-try. The preparation is quite different than you might expect from a sate. First they first grind meat or fish and mix it with coconut and spices. Then, it’s rolled into a sausage shaped portion that they put on a bamboo stick for roasting. In our restaurant we make our Aneka Laut Lilit from Kingcrab and shrimps and serve it on a straw of lemongrass. The lemongrass provides the sate with a fresh bite.

The capital of North Sulawesi is Manado. This city has a lot to offer when it comes to culture and nature. There is a national park where you can find the most beautiful coral of Indonesia. On Sulawesi they have the tendency of eating extraordinary animals like dogs, rats or bats. You will not find any of those on our menu. We do serve a lovely dish of mackerel from the North of Sulawesi.

Daging Blado The most spicy food can be found on Sumatra. Daging Blado is made by first braising the beef. they flatten the beef by hammering it. Then it’s fried for a short time to get a crisp crust and tender, slow cooked meat inside. The sauce of the Blado contains red peppers, onion and garlic.

Ikan Kembung Sulawesi is known for using many spices in the kitchen like ginger and lemongrass. Compared to other parts of Indonesia, like Java, the dishes in Sulawesi are significantly less sweet. Our take on Sulawesi is the Ikan Kembung; a steamed mackerel filet served in a fresh and spicy sauce with candle nuts, chili pepper, lemongrass and lemon leaves.

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Located in four 17th century buildings within the historic NH Barbizon Palace, Restaurant Vermeer is bursting with history and character.

The two Michelin star restaurant is seated on the first floor. Moshik translates his emotions and inspiration, gained at his journeys around the world, into culinary creations. Spectacular in the design is the use of glass: guests have a view over the oldest part of Amsterdam and they can look straight into the kitchen to fully experience Moshik his world.

Located in a 75-year-old greenhouse that once The unique setting and sleek interior design give the restaurant a wonderfully natural ambiance, enhanced by the light that pours through the glass ceiling. Fresh greens and herbs are grown in the restaurant’s own surrounding farm, and the ever-changing Mediterranean menu consists of a starter selection, main course and dessert. One of the places to see and be seen in Amsterdam, De Kas is located next to the beautiful Park Frankendael, a former 17th century country estate.

Restaurant Vermeer offers a superb dining experience that has ensured the elite of the Dutch capital return again and again. Head Chef Christopher Naylor has created a menu that has delighted critics and led to the restaurant being awarded a Michelin star. Stylish and graceful, the restaurant would have appealed to its namesake, Johannes Vermeer, who, much like the restaurant, was well known for his skill and precision in his craft.

At &samhoud places you’ll have a special companion: children in SOS Children’s Villages eat along with the restaurant guests. With our donation approximately 100,000 meals can be handed out to children in SOS Children’s Villages. We call this initiative ‘eat and share’.

Ciel Blue

La Rive

Vinkeles

FERDINAND BOLSTRAAT 333

PROFESSOR TULPPLEIN 1

KEIZERSGRACHT 384

020 - 67 87 450

020 - 52 03 264

020 - 53 02 010

WWW.CIELBLEU.NL

WWW.RESTAURANTLARIVE.NL

WWW.VINKELES.COM

The only two-starred Michelin restaurant in Amsterdam, Ciel Bleu mixes stunning views with delicious dishes to create one of Amsterdam’s finest eateries.

Housed within one of the city’s swankiest hotels, La Rive’s clientele is similar to that of InterContinental Amstel Amsterdam: rock stars, royalty and dignitaries. Getting a table at this restaurant may not be the easiest task in the world but your patience will be rewarded. Chef De Cuisine Rogér Rassin, Maitre d’ Ronald Opten and Sommelier Ted Bunnik work together to create a perfect dining experience for elite travelers; expect a delectable menu of Mediterranean and French cuisine, a wine list that includes generous vintages to complement any dish, and impeccable service from staff.

A restaurant named in honor of a Dutch painter, the Michelin-starred Vinkeles is located in The Dylan hotel that was once a Catholic bakery.

Located on the 23rd floor of the delightful Hotel Okura, the restaurant offers sumptuous fare among elegant surroundings. Chefs Onno Kokmeijer and Arjan Speelman use fresh, locally produced ingredients to create gastronomic masterpieces. Combined with impeccable service, the food on offer is likely to be one of the highlights of your holiday, but remember to book ahead; the restaurant’s popularity means that reservations need to be made well in advance

Indeed, the interior design still has touches of the restaurant’s former life, including the original ovens. Head Chef Dennis Kuipers has created a delightful menu of delicate French cuisine that flirts between classic and contemporary. Many of the city’s elite head to Vinkeles to enjoy the fabulous views over the Keizersgracht, while sampling the fine food on offer.

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Excl usive RESTAURANTS IN AMSTERDAM

The best gourmet, finedining and Michelinstarred restaurants in Amsterdam. Amsterdam restaurants tend to be less formal and fussy than in other European capitals, but quality dining options abound regardless. While some of the restaurants below may be casual in style, they all serve exceptional cuisine and, for memorable meals, are among the most reliable addresses in the city.

Restaurant Bridges

DISCOVER AMSTERDAM’S MICHELIN STAR RESTAURANTS!

www.cielbleu.nl

Ciel Bleu FRENCH

Posthoorn (Monnickendam) FRENCH www.posthoorn.eu

Bord’eau FRENCH

Vermeer FRENCH

www.bordeau.nl

&Samhoud Places FRENCH

www.samhoudplaces.com

Bridges Inspired by Ron Blaauw FRENCH www.bridgesrestaurant.nl Lastage REGIONAL www.restaurantlastage.nl

Ron Gastrobar FRENCH

www.rongastrobar.nl

www.restaurantvermeer.nl

Vinkeles FRENCH

www.vinkeles.nl Yamazato JAPANESE www.yamazato.nl

d’Vijff Vlieghen

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BBQ & GRILL Barraca Radizio Grill & Bar www.barraca.nl Pluimage www.pluimage-haarlem.nl Roast Chicken Bar www.roastchickenbar.com BIOLOGICAL Beulings French www.beulings.nl Bolenius Dutch www.bolenius-restaurant.nl De Kas International www.restaurantdekas.nl Pianeta Terra Italian www.pianetaterra.nl CHINESE

De Belhamel www.belhamel.nl

Utrechtsedwarstafel www.utrechtsedwarstafel.com

Bistrot Neuf www.bistrotneuf.nl

Van Vlaanderen www.restaurant-vanvlaanderen.nl

Blauw aan de Wal www.blauwaandewal.com Bluespoon www.hyatt.com Bordewijk www.bordewijk.nl Brasserie Occo www.dylanamsterdam.com Brasserie Paardenburg Ouderkerk aan de Amstel www.brasseriepaardenburg.nl Brasserie SenT www.brasseriesent.nl Breitner ww.restaurant-breitner.nl

De Vijfde Smaak Koog aan de Zaan www.devijfdesmaak.nl Volt www.restaurantvolt.nl INDIAN Mayur www.mayur.nl INDONESIAN

ITALIAN A Tavola www.atavolarestaurant.nl Campo de Fiori www.campodefiori.nl Incanto www.restaurant-incanto.nl Segugio www.segugio.nl Toscanini www.restauranttoscanini.nl Veri Sapori www.verisapori.nl JAPANESE

Blauw www.restaurantblauw.nl

Geisha www.restaurantgeisha.nl

Kantjil & De Tijger www.kantjil.nl

Izakaya www.izakaya-amsterdam.com

Long Pura www.restaurant-longpura.com

Izakaya Tanuki www.restaurant-tanuki.nl

Chang i www.chang-i.nl

De Compagnon www.decompagnon.nl

Dynasty www.restaurantdynasty.nl

Daalder www.daalderamsterdam.nl

FuLu Mandarijn www.mandarijnrokin.nl

Elkaar www.etenbijelkaar.nl

Sichuan Food www.sichuanfood.nl

l’Entrecôte et les Dames www.entrecote-et-les-dames.nl

Anna www.restaurantanna.nl

Le Garage www.restaurantlegarage.nl

Brasserie van Baerle www.brasserievanbaerle.nl

Halvemaan www.halvemaan.nl

Cassablanca Variete www.casablanca-amsterdam. nl/variete

A-Fusion www.a-fusion.nl

Envy www.envy.nl

Zushi www.zushi.nlAI

DUTCH Blue boot www.blueboat.nl Haesje Claes www.haesjeclaes.nl

Le Hollandais www.lehollandais.nl

Hemelse Modder www.hemelsemodder.nl

Hoofdstad Brasserie www.leurope.nl

De Jonge Dikkert www.jongedikkert.nl

Hotel de goudfazant www.hoteldegoudfazant.nl

De Kraai www.dekraai.nl

Jaspers www.restaurantjaspers.nl

Noordwest eetcafe www.noord-west.nl

Juuls www.restaurantjuuls.nl

The Pancake Bakery www.pancake.nl

De Kersentuin www.derkersentuin.nl

La Rive www.restaurantlarive.nl De Silveren Spiegel www.desilverenspiegel.com Wilde Zwijnen www.wildezwijnen.com FISH

Klokspijs www.klokspijs.nl Marius www.deworst.nl Merkelbach www.huizefrankendael.nl Oud-Zuid www.restaurantoudzuid.nl

De Oesterbar www.oesterbar.nl

Prego www.restaurantprego.nl

Visaandeschelde www.visaandeschelde.nl

Red www.restaurantred.nl

FRENCH Baut www.bautamsterdam.nl

Le Restaurant www.lerestaurant.nl Rijsel www.rijsel.com

INTERNATIONAL Amstel Bar & Brasserie, www.amsterdam. intercontinental.com

Floor 17 www.floor17.nl Foodcourt Market 33 www.market33.nl Gebr. Hartering www.gebrhartering.nl

Izakaya www.izakaya-amsterdam.com Sazanka (Okura) www.sazanka.nl PERUVIAN Casa Peru www.casaperu.nl SUSHI

THAIS Take Thai www.takethai.com VEGETARIAN De Culinaire Werkplaats www.deculinairewerkplaats.nl

The Harbour Club www.theharbourclub.nl Humphrey’s Nieuwezijds Kolk Humphrey’s Spuistraat www.humphreys.nl Jaimie van Heije Ouderkerk a/d Amstel www.jaimievanheije.nl Mashua www.mashua.nl Papa’s Beach House www.papasbeachhouse.nl Players www.playersamsterdam.nl Riva www.caferestaurantriva.nl Serre Restaurant www.okura.nl/nl/culinair/ serre-restaurant CINQ - 59


Bars &live music AMSTERDAM

Jewel Cruises

Amsterdam has some great small bars where you enter for free and or a small fee to listen to live music. Singer-songwriters, jazz, pop, folk or even classical music. You just have to know where to go.

Momo

Club NL Bimhuis

SkyLounge

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BARS | LIVE MUSIC BARS | LIVE MUSIC

SOPRANOS PIANOBAR SOPRANOS PIANOBAR Paardenstraat 11-15, 020 -4288211 Paardenstraat 11-15, 020 -4288211 www.sopranospianobar.nl www.sopranospianobar.nl All Sopranos Events are listed here! No All Sopranos Events are listed here! No matter if you are in Amsterdam, Aruba, matter if you are in Amsterdam, Aruba, Curacao, St Martin or Miami, be sure you Curacao, St Martin or Miami, be sure you don’t miss our events…. Check it out! don’t miss our events…. Check it out! Open: Mon- Thurs: 8pm - 2 am, Open: Mon- Thurs: 8pm - 2 am, Fri-Sat: 5pm -4 am, Sun: 8pm-4 am Fri-Sat: 5pm -4 am, Sun: 8pm-4 am DINNER CRUISE DINNER CRUISE

BOURBON STREET BOURBON STREET Leidsekruisstraat 6-8, Leidsekruisstraat 6-8, 020 - 62 33 440, www.bourbonstreet.nl 020 - 62 33 440, www.bourbonstreet.nl Bourbon Street features live music from Bourbon Street features live music from local talent and international artists every local talent and international artists every night of the week. The shows and jam night of the week. The shows and jam sessions attract a mixed crowd, as well as sessions attract a mixed crowd, as well as musicians playing blues, rock, soul and musicians playing blues, rock, soul and funk. funk. Open: Mon. - Fri. 10pm - 4am, Open: Mon. - Fri. 10pm - 4am, Sat. & Sun. 10pm - 5am Sat. & Sun. 10pm - 5am BIMHUIS BIMHUIS Piet Heinkade 3, Piet Heinkade 3, 020 788 2150, www.bimhuis.nl 020 788 2150, www.bimhuis.nl The Bimhuis provides a perspective on The Bimhuis provides a perspective on Dutch and international music in over 300 Dutch and international music in over 300 concerts annually, in which a variety of concerts annually, in which a variety of jazz and improvised music can be enjoyed. jazz and improvised music can be enjoyed. The focus is on new developments, but the The focus is on new developments, but the Bimhuis also offers aBimhuis significant selection Bimhuis also offers aBimhuis significant selection of more mainstream music. of more mainstream music. open: Mon. - Fri. from 14:00 till 18:00, open: Mon. - Fri. from 14:00 till 18:00, Sat. from 14:30 till 18:00 on concertnights Sat. from 14:30 till 18:00 on concertnights from 18:00 till the end of the concert. from 18:00 till the end of the concert. DOOR 74 DOOR 74 Reguliersdwarsstraat 74I, Reguliersdwarsstraat 74I, 06 34045122, www.door-74.com 06 34045122, www.door-74.com Door 74 hid behind its door over 6 years Door 74 hid behind its door over 6 years ago, being the very first speak-easy style ago, being the very first speak-easy style bar in the Benelux. In its existence it has bar in the Benelux. In its existence it has been the highest national and internatiobeen the highest national and international awarded Dutch bar, ever. The team of nal awarded Dutch bar, ever. The team of Door 74 is the most awarded in the country Door 74 is the most awarded in the country on a personal level, with several world on a personal level, with several world championship winners working behind the championship winners working behind the bar. Door 74 takes reservations only on the bar. Door 74 takes reservations only on the same day via +31634045122, and is open 7 same day via +31634045122, and is open 7 days per week, every week from 8 pm until days per week, every week from 8 pm until 3 am weekdays and 8 pm until 4 am in the 3 am weekdays and 8 pm until 4 am in the weekends. The atmosphere is relaxed and weekends. The atmosphere is relaxed and we do not serve food. Hope to see you at we do not serve food. Hope to see you at Door 74.” Door 74.” PIANOBAR MAXIM PIANOBAR MAXIM Leidsekruisstraat 33 Leidsekruisstraat 33 www.pianobarmaxim.com www.pianobarmaxim.com The Maxim Pianobar has the laid-back vibe The Maxim Pianobar has the laid-back vibe of a piano bar in a place like New Orleans of a piano bar in a place like New Orleans (or at least that’s how we imagine it to feel). (or at least that’s how we imagine it to feel). While it’s true there are smarter venues in While it’s true there are smarter venues in the city, shinier, chicer places, this one has the city, shinier, chicer places, this one has its own low-ley energy, a sense of heart. its own low-ley energy, a sense of heart. Inside it’s a deep red boudoir sort of space, Inside it’s a deep red boudoir sort of space, draped in velvet. There are thick burgundy draped in velvet. There are thick burgundy curtains and lots of dark wooden furniture curtains and lots of dark wooden furniture and – of course – there’s a piano, where and – of course – there’s a piano, where every day of the week, from 9 pm till late, every day of the week, from 9 pm till late, live music is played. live music is played.

AMSTERDAM JEWEL CRUISES AMSTERDAM JEWEL CRUISES Singel 235, 020 - 440 21 385 Singel 235, 020 - 440 21 385 www.amsterdamjewelcruises.nl www.amsterdamjewelcruises.nl Enjoy a 3-course à la carte dinner whilst Enjoy a 3-course à la carte dinner whilst cruising the world famous canals on a cruising the world famous canals on a classic riverboat, built in 1898. Comfortaclassic riverboat, built in 1898. Comfortable and intimate. 20 seats only. ble and intimate. 20 seats only. COCKTAILS | DINNER COCKTAILS | DINNER BLUE AMSTERDAM BLUE AMSTERDAM Shopping center Kalvertoren 3rd floor Shopping center Kalvertoren 3rd floor Singel 457, 020 427 39 01 Singel 457, 020 427 39 01 www.blue-amsterdam.nl www.blue-amsterdam.nl Restaurant Blue is a wonderful ‘secret’ in Restaurant Blue is a wonderful ‘secret’ in the centre of Amsterdam. Situated atop the centre of Amsterdam. Situated atop the Kalvertoren shopping centre, many the Kalvertoren shopping centre, many shoppers below often have no idea of the shoppers below often have no idea of the spectacular views and food that awaits. spectacular views and food that awaits. Housed in a glass building designed by Housed in a glass building designed by Pi de Bruijn, the restaurant is inside a Pi de Bruijn, the restaurant is inside a futuristic glass tower offering stunning futuristic glass tower offering stunning 360-degree views of Amsterdam. Natural360-degree views of Amsterdam. Naturally, the food and drink is of equal imporly, the food and drink is of equal importance, offering tasty dishes made with the tance, offering tasty dishes made with the finest fresh ingredients. finest fresh ingredients. THE HOUSE OF BOLS THE HOUSE OF BOLS Paulus Potterstraat 14 | +31 (0)20 Paulus Potterstraat 14 | +31 (0)20 5708575 5708575 More info: www.houseofbols.com More info: www.houseofbols.com The acclaimed House of Bols creates a The acclaimed House of Bols creates a completely new experience: an homage to completely new experience: an homage to the cocktail. The Art of Flavour: bring flathe cocktail. The Art of Flavour: bring flavour to life. House of Bols takes visitors on vour to life. House of Bols takes visitors on a spectacular journey through the history a spectacular journey through the history of the world’s oldest distilled brand Bols, of the world’s oldest distilled brand Bols, the art of distilling liqueurs and genever. the art of distilling liqueurs and genever. You can also learn how to create delicious You can also learn how to create delicious cocktails yourself. Outstanding is the new cocktails yourself. Outstanding is the new ‘Art of Flavour’ experience. In three rooms ‘Art of Flavour’ experience. In three rooms flavours are visualized in a spectacular flavours are visualized in a spectacular way. Every visitor will go through a unique way. Every visitor will go through a unique flavour experience where you taste, feel, flavour experience where you taste, feel, hear and see it come to life! hear and see it come to life!

MOMO BAR & LOUNGE MOMO BAR & LOUNGE Stadhouderskade 25, 020 671 1222 Stadhouderskade 25, 020 671 1222 Timeless, Cosmopolitan & Sparkling: Timeless, Cosmopolitan & Sparkling: MOMO is a culinary hotspot and popular MOMO is a culinary hotspot and popular meeting place for an (inter) national audimeeting place for an (inter) national audience of visitors to the Fashion & Museum ence of visitors to the Fashion & Museum District, business and metropolitan crowd. District, business and metropolitan crowd. Relax and enjoy spectacular food and Relax and enjoy spectacular food and amazing cocktails in a stylish setting, amazing cocktails in a stylish setting, which is what makes MOMO already which is what makes MOMO already unique for six years. unique for six years. SKYLOUNGE AMSTERDAM SKYLOUNGE AMSTERDAM Oosterdoksstraat 4 (next to central station) Oosterdoksstraat 4 (next to central station) 020 – 530 08 75 020 – 530 08 75 www.skyloungeamsterdam.com www.skyloungeamsterdam.com Each metropolis has a unique spot to disEach metropolis has a unique spot to discover the city from great height. Amstercover the city from great height. Amsterdam has SkyLounge Amsterdam, an award dam has SkyLounge Amsterdam, an award winning roof-top lounge bar overlooking the winning roof-top lounge bar overlooking the capital. This is the place where locals and capital. This is the place where locals and global travellers meet each other. SkyLounge global travellers meet each other. SkyLounge Amsterdam offers you a panoramic view of Amsterdam offers you a panoramic view of Europe’s most energetic city, 365 days a year. Europe’s most energetic city, 365 days a year. Open: Sun. - Thur. 11 am – 01 am Open: Sun. - Thur. 11 am – 01 am Fri. & Sat. 11 am – 03 am Fri. & Sat. 11 am – 03 am SUZY WONG: SUZY WONG: Korte Leidsedwarsstraat 45, Korte Leidsedwarsstraat 45, 020 626 67 69, www.suzy-wong.nl 020 626 67 69, www.suzy-wong.nl Thirsty for some excellent drinks? Hungry for Thirsty for some excellent drinks? Hungry for some tasty bites? This glamorous and sensuosome tasty bites? This glamorous and sensuous cocktail lounge will take your breath away us cocktail lounge will take your breath away in a world of modern American, oriental and in a world of modern American, oriental and classic French elements while enjoying the classic French elements while enjoying the most unique cocktails shaken by her personal most unique cocktails shaken by her personal cocktail shakers. Serving the greatest cockcocktail shakers. Serving the greatest cocktails and Asian/American snacks up until clotails and Asian/American snacks up until closing time, Open Wednesday through Sunday sing time, Open Wednesday through Sunday starting at 18.00 with every day a different DJ starting at 18.00 with every day a different DJ providing a unique experience not to found providing a unique experience not to found elsewhere in Amsterdam. elsewhere in Amsterdam. DINNER | DANCING DINNER | DANCING SUPPERCLUB CRUISE SUPPERCLUB CRUISE Ruyterkade Pier 4, 020 - 62 67 078 Ruyterkade Pier 4, 020 - 62 67 078 www.supperclub.com www.supperclub.com A stylish club experience can now also be A stylish club experience can now also be enjoyed on the water on a fantastic ship calenjoyed on the water on a fantastic ship called Supperclub Cruise. Supperclub Cruise is led Supperclub Cruise. Supperclub Cruise is lounging, clubbing, dining and entertainment. lounging, clubbing, dining and entertainment. CLUBS CLUBS CLUB NL CLUB NL Nieuwezijds voorburgwal 169, Nieuwezijds voorburgwal 169, 020 622 75 10, www.clubnl.nl 020 622 75 10, www.clubnl.nl Club NL is a sexy stylish house club in the Club NL is a sexy stylish house club in the centre of Amsterdam. Focusing on a sophiscentre of Amsterdam. Focusing on a sophisticated and complete nightclub experience. ticated and complete nightclub experience. Great intimate atmosphere, superb national Great intimate atmosphere, superb national and international dj’s and -of course- great and international dj’s and -of course- great quality music. quality music. Open 6 days a week from 23.00 till late. Open 6 days a week from 23.00 till late.

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ESSENTIAL INFORMATION AND USEFUL TIPS LANGUAGE Just about everyone speaks English in Amsterdam. Many people speak German and French too but not as well. Dutch is similar to German in the way that French and Italian are.

etc. you can ask them to order you a taxi, or you can call (020) 677 77 77. Taxis are of good quality, but relatively expensive.

TRAINS

Pleasantly sunny days of 20 to 30ºC in the summer. Spring and autumn are pleasant.

Trains in the Netherlands are fast, frequently going, comfortable and relatively cheap. Many stations have a taxi-sharing scheme called “Treintaxi’s” which only cost about e 4,20. www.ns.nl

TIME

THROUGH THE CANALS

Amsterdam time is one hour ahead of GMT; when daylight saving time is in operation the sun is at its highest point at around 1.40pm.

Of course the canals are one of the major attractions of the ‘Venice of the North’. By daytime already very charming, by night they become even more enchanting because many of the canal houses and bridges are beautifully illuminated. You can sample the canal views by taking a canal tour with Blue Boat at the Stadhouderskade. We offer audio commentary in 21 languages. Our boats also give you an unique vantage point for taking the best photographs of the city! For reservations see blueboat.nl or call +31 (0)20 679 1370.

WEATHER

AMSTERDAMMERTJES An Amsterdammertje is the typical red brown steel bollard that is used to separate the sidewalk from the street in Amsterdam.

DRIVING A CAR IN AMSTERDAM Amsterdam’s historic centre wasn’t built for the modern means of transportation and as a result it has become quite congested over the years. Driving in Amsterdam is not recommended.

ELECTRICITY The voltage in the Netherlands is 230 volts.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT Amsterdam can best be travelled by public transport. Parking is not only a problem, but also rather expensive. Public transport is well-organised and you can either take a tram, bus, metro or taxi. For information about travelling in the Netherlands phone: 0900 9292 www.9292.nl/en

TAXIS In the Netherlands it is not customary to hail a taxi. To take a taxi you go to a taxi rank, of which there are many. In your hotel, restaurants, shops,

CANAL BIKES If you care to venture into the canals on your own or if you’re feeling energetic, you can also try the more adventurous pedal boats. You can set off from one landing stage and leave your Canal Bike at another., drift through the canals in your own time, you cannot fail to discover the most surprising things. Call (020) 62 655 74 for more information■

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Free Spots!!

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1 Take the free ferry behind Central Station to the other side of the IJ and go for a walk along the North Holland Canal. 2 Walk up the roof of the Science Center Nemo and admire the view (follow the rail lines east from Central Station, and cross the footbridge to the big green building that looks like a ship).

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3 Go to the Begijnhof (entrance from the Spui) 4 Walk along the Flower Market (on the Singel). 5

Visit the Historical Museum gallery (take the other exit from the Begijnhof and turn left).

Inhabitants Amsterdam

7 Visit the Albert Cuyp market (tram 10 to Frederiksplein, or 4, 16, 24, 25 to Albert Cuyp). 8 Go to a free lunch concert in the Concertgebouw (Museumplein). 9 Browse the internet in medieval surroundings at the Waag (Old Centre). 10 Go up the tower to the cafe in the Kalvertoren shopping mall, and ad­mire the view (Kalverstraat near the Munt). 11 The luxury Cheese & More gift shops by Henri Willig have a wide range of fine foods on offer. cheeseandmore.com/en/

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Inhabitants Greater Amsterdam 2.332.773 Nationalities 180 Bicycles 881.00 Trees ± 400.000 Flower bulbs in parks and public gardens 600,000 Parks 40 City trams 213 Markets 32 Flower market 1 Shops 7.948 Antique shops 165 Diamond polishing factories 24 Canals 165 Bridges 1.281 Wooden drawbridges 8 Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge) 1 Glass-topped canal boats 110 Pedal boats 120 House boats 2.500 16th, 17th and 18th century buildings 8.863 Gable stones 654 Royal Palace 1 Statues and sculptures 302 Windmills 8 Museums 51 Art galleries 141 Paintings of Rembrandt 22 Nachtwacht (Night watch) 1 Paintings of Van Gogh 206 Schuttersgalerij (Civic Guard Gallery)

6 Browse the Waterlooplein market (at the Waterlooplein).

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Facts & Figures

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Wax statues at Madame Tussaud’s 140 Animals at the Artis Zoo 6.100 Barrel organs 4 Carillons 9 Historical church organs 42 Concerts and theatrical performances p/d Concerts and theatrical performances p/d Theatres and concert halls

9,000 40 55

Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra 1 Muziektheater 1 Cinemas 15 Cafés and bars 1.515 Discotheques 1366 Restaurants 1.150 Hotels 413 Hotel beds 54.857 Camp grounds 5 Bed nights by tourists from abroad *Day visitors per year

9.801.500 5.340.000

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