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The city of Amsterdam is filled with unique architecture and historic sites to explore. From the famour Red Light District, known for its sex shops and peep shows to a more serene neighborhood like Overtoom that serves up quaint cafes, organic grocery stores and local boutiques, there’s something new and exciting around every corner.

The latest branches overzicht to Amsterdam’s culinary scene is Hangar, a restaurant housed in a former corrugated iron hangar on the Amsterdam Noord waterfront. Designed by Stella Willing, the space exudes style and rawness at the same time with its beaten up concrete floor, mirrored walls and marble tabletops. The industrial feel is tempered with the restaurant’s interior design, which includes old wooden cabinets and doors as well as brass bar tables and vintage barstools sourced from Paris.

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Visitors who come to visit Hangar can enjoy the sweeping waterfront views while dining on a menu that’s inspired by French and Italian cuisine with North African flavors. This unique Amsterdam wedding venue is also available for rent for special events such as private parties, product launches and press presentations.

While tourists tend to overtake the central streets of Amsterdam, the Jordaan District is the spot for locals to mingle. Check out the hip bars and cool cafes that fill these streets, then make your way to Prinseneiland for a scenic stroll among the islands of the Westerelijke Eilanden (Westelijke Islands). Stop by White Label Coffee for espresso with the java junkies and browse the popular Sunday Market at the former gasworks factory Westergasfabriek for fashion, designer wares and food.

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