Amsterdam has so much more to offer than just the Leidseplein and Kalverstraat. 24H East offers the perfect opportunity to venture out of your own district and the centre, and discover new things! The hotspots along this route also have a lot to offer outside of 24H East. These are the tips from 24H East insider, Hannah van der Rest. Get ready to explore!
At House of Watt everything’s possible: eating, meetings, work, and even a children’s play area.
Surrounded by a green oasis of tranquillity, with a large picnic area and barn.
When you leave Rudolf Dieselstraat turn right. Go up the first steps on your right, then turn left across the bridge and enter Schalk Burgerstraat. Turn left into Transvaalstraat.
Continue straight ahead and turn left at Smitstraat.
Thull’s is on the corner of Pretoriusstraat.
Thull’s is all about fermentation, pickling and preserving. Sample to your heart’s content.
Turn right at Thull’s and continue past Steve Bikoplein to the end of Pretoriusstraat. Turn right at The Cottage café.
Continue past the HEMA store and over a bridge.
After passing the restaurant Jacobsz, you’ll see Popinnart on the right-hand side.
More than 40 professional artists exhibit their work here, offering a broad variety of affordable art.
At Poesiat & Kater the beer is as fresh as it gets. Watch the brewing process with your own eyes.
Vintage and make-overs: It may seem like a strange combination, but at Doordeweeks you’ll find both!
Baking Lab goes back to basics: kneading, fermenting, and traditional brick-oven baking.
A.T.L.I.T.W. is right at home when it comes to interior design. Danish design, vintage furniture and more.
Fascinating exhibitions on cultural diversity in one of the country’s most beautiful museum buildings.
Continue along the street and turn left into Mauritskade and enter the Oosterpark. Follow the bend in the path to the left. You’ll see the Generator Hostel in front of you.
An extraordinary Amsterdam hotel offering a place to eat, drink, work, sleep and dance.
Urban oasis where you can enjoy a coffee, or dine in the Indonesian restaurant.
At C it’s all about temperature. Experience how Celsius can influence your taste.
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