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Utrechtsestraat

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Marjo
Marjo
October 29, 2018
This street is great for shopping mostly shoes and clothes. You can also get a coffee or a glass of beer/wine in one of the 'brown' bars. Also some good restaurants in the Utrechtse straat.
Ernst
Ernst
October 22, 2018
Very nice, luxurious but hip shopping street. Also some nice bars and restaurants are located here.
Wencke
Wencke
October 22, 2018
One of our favourite streets in the city center of Amsterdam is the Utrechtsestraat. Filled with nice shops, restaurants and other hotspots. Because whether you’re looking for food hotspots or concept stores, the Utrechtsestraat has it all!
Judith
Judith
October 7, 2018
My favourite place to do clothes shopping! Also nice cheese stores and coffee places
Joop
Joop
September 21, 2018
Nice street , all kind of shops and restaurants

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“Hermitage Amsterdam is a branch museum of the Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg, Russia, located on the banks of the Amstel river in Amsterdam. The museum is located in the former Amstelhof, a classicalstyle building from 1681. The dependency displayed small exhibitions in the adjacent Neerlandia Building from 24 February 2004 until the main museum opened on 19 June 2009. out of proportions.   The structure opened in 1682 as a retirement home for elderly women under the name Diaconie Oude Vrouwen Huys (English: Deanery Home for Old Women) on the east bank of the river Amstel. Beginning in 1817, the facility housed both elderly men and women, and was renamed Diaconie Oude Vrouwen- en Mannenhuis (English: Deanery Home for Old Men and Women). The building was first named Amstelhof (English: Amstel Court) in 1953. In the 1990s, operators of the facility determined that it was inadequate to meet the modern needs of its residents and sought to build a new structure elsewhere. They offered the historic structure to the city of Amsterdam, who, in turn, leased it to the museum. The last inhabitants left the Amstelhof in 2007. On 20 June 2009, the museum was opened by former Dutch Queen Beatrix and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. The museum was open to the public the following day. During the more than 300 years that residents were housed in the Amstelhof, several renovations took place on the building interior and wings were added to provide needed space. Thus, little of the original interior remained when work for the museum began. While some areas were restored to their original appearance, many existing walls were removed and spaces reconfigured to accommodate the museum's needs. The total cost of the renovations was €40 million.   Hermitage Amstel 51, 1018 EJ Amsterdam   Open: Daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. ”
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Einkaufszentrum
“Go shopping here or just walk around to enjoy the sights. Very cosy and easygoing and you can walk everywhere”
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Kunstmuseum
“Wonderful and characteristic from the outside. Interesting and world broadening from the inside. Get to know the Dutch masters, history and culture by a visit.”
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Markt
“Just around the corner is Amsterdam biggest street market. Easy to walk in 5 min”
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Outdoors & Recreation
“At this small square you will find a lot of Amsterdam people heading out to have their ''borrel'' together. For example at Mash (bar) they have amazing cocktails and snacks. Try the snack platter and enjoy a dark 'n stormy here. It is also just around the corner of the famous Albert Cuyp-market (which closes around 5 or 6 pm). ”
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Standort
Amsterdam-Centrum, NH 1017