Europe’s most infamous city remains one of its most popular, and not without good reason: between its world-class art museums, its eminently wanderable canals and its coffee shops that don’t exactly specialize in coffee, its variety is glorious indeed. However, with one of Europe’s more forward-thinking cultural scenes and striking new architectural developments in IJburg and the Bijlmermeer, there’s much more here to enjoy than the clichés; written, researched and edited entirely by locals, the Time Out Amsterdam guide will tell travelers all about it.
Amsterdam after dark: the best restaurants, bars and nightclubs in the city, but also the ones to avoid
Mini-guides to the city’s most notable works of art, and where to find them
An unmatched section on the city’s modern-day cultural scene: galleries and performance art, classical music and theater
An in-depth look at the city’s stunning new urban architecture
Trips Beyond Amsterdam, to the flower auction in Aalsmeer, the cheese market at Gouda and the windmills of Alblasserdam, and also to the fizzing modern city of Rotterdam