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Amsterdam Cheese Museum Print E-mail
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amsterdam cheese museumGet ready for the #1 Cheese Experience in Amsterdam: the Amsterdam Cheese Museum. The Amsterdam Cheese Museum is not just offering another free cheese tasting. You can also relive the history of cheese making and experience the unique flavor of the best cheese of Holland.
Dutch cheese has a more than 600 years long tradition and the names of different sorts of cheese are often taken from different cities in the Netherlands – Gouda, Edam, Leerdammer, Leyden, Maaslander, Maasdam and of course a gourmet Old Amsterdam.

Location: Prinsengracht 112

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Utrechtsestraat Print E-mail
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UtrechtsestraatUtrechtsestraat - In between Rembrandtsquare and Frederiksquare you'll find shopping street the Utrechtsestraat. This busy street has enough specialty stores and boutiques to make it worth a look. Best for design items, gadgets, shoes and clothes.

The best record shop in town called Concetro is located in the Utrechtsestraat on #52-60. Also located here is a shop called 'In de Keuken', which means 'in the kitchen'. As the name may suggest, it's a specialty kitchen supply store that doubles as a posh restaurant. 

With very narrow sidewalks, trams passing in the middle and noisy traffic, it's a very busy street. But the shops there are quiet, interesting and close to one another. Several good restaurants and excellent wine shops are located at the Utrechtsestraat as well.

 
P.C. Hooftstraat Print E-mail
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p.c.hooftstraatP.C. Hooftstraat - This posh and expensive shopping street is Amsterdam's most expensive shopping street and is a mini version of Fifth Avenue or Rodeo Drive  but the choice is good.

The small street is close to the Rijksmuseum, the Stedelijk Museum and the Van Gogh Museum,and is home to high-end clothing, like Chanel, Gucci, Hermés and Louis Vuitton, jewelry, like Chopard and Cartier and specialty stores, like Mont Blanc and Henckels.

In 2008 G-Star opened a flagship store and in 2009 Tiffany & Co also chose the P.C. Hooftstraat as a location for one of their stores.

Hardly anywhere else in Europe will you see such a small street with so many beautiful and expensive cars parked one by another.

 
Spiegelkwartier Print E-mail
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SpiegelkwartierSpiegelkwartier - This area full of galeries and antique stores, is situated on a pretty little canal and narrow brick street (Nieuwe Spiegelstraat) just north of the Rijksmuseum. You will find one after another of beautiful antique shops with art, furniture, Delftware, prints and books.

The many art galleries on the crossstreet Kerkstraat are also part of this antique & art dense quarter, known as the "Spiegelkwartier."

 
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LeidsestraatLeidsestraat - On your way to the Museum Quarter or the Leidsesquare, you might pass through the always busy Leidsestraat. In this shopping street you will find chic clothing stores like the UK-based Karen Millen alongside cheap souvenir traps, night shops and fast-food joints.

There are also shoe stores galore (Camper is a favourite) and a high-end department store in a monumental building Metz & Co., where on the top floor you can have lunch overlooking the Central Canal Belt and the Leidsestraat.

Whilst shopping watch out for the tram which rides through the middle of this street.

 
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