Self-guided city walks
Amsterdam is a compact city. Most sights are in the historic centre and within easy walking distance of each other. Losing your way is almost impossible, or is it? All these canals look very similar…
Amsterdam-Now has several suggestions for long and short self-guided city walks. Simply follow the route and you will see some lesser known sights and places in Amsterdam.
Amsterdam’s Red Light District is the district around the Oude Kerk or Old Church. Canals and narrow alleys criss-cross this part of the city. The Red Light District’s outer boundaries are Kloveniersburgwal, Zeedijk and Warmoesstraat, Amsterdam’s oldest streets. This...read more
This is a very easy walk because most of it can be done while sitting down on the steps of the National Monument on Dam Square. If you have money to spend, go wild in Amsterdam Diamond Center, if you are on a low budget just engage in people watching. From Madam...read more
The main route to the heart of Amsterdam leads from Centraal station to Dam Square. A sea of tourists, day trippers and Amsterdammers saunter along Damrak, a wide avenue running from Centraal Station to Dam Square. I-Love-Amsterdam T-shirts, fridge magnets and tulips...read more