The Eden Hotel Amsterdam is located in the middle of the city centre within walking distance of all attractions and shops. We’re setting out a number of highlights for you at a glance!


15 MIN


8,000 masterpieces tell the story of 800 years of Dutch art and history from the Middle Ages to Mondriaan, presented surprisingly in an impressive building with the highlight being the Hall of Fame. 

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Hermitage Amsterdam

The Amsterdam Hermitage shows the collection of one of the world’s most famous and largest museums: the Hermitage in St. Petersburg. As far as we are concerned, an absolute must!

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Jewish Cultureel Quarter

Some of the most impressive Jewish historical buildings in the centre of Amsterdam are situated in less than a single square kilometre. A brief walk through the old Jewish quarter will take you past the Jewish Historical Museum and its inspiring Children’s Museum, the imposing Portuguese Synagogue and the impressive Hollandsche Schouwburg monument.


10 MIN

Hortus Botanicus

An oasis of green in the heart of the city. This garden with over 8000 types of plants has welcomed visitors to explore its exceptional greenhouses and exotic flora for almost four centuries.

15 MIN

The Dam

De Dam is a square in the centre of Amsterdam. It is the historic heart of the city and the location of many events of national significance.


Nationale Opera & Ballet

National Opera & Ballet creates, produces and presents both traditional and innovative opera and ballet productions of the highest quality. It is the institute for opera and ballet, operating both nationally and internationally.

15 MIN

The 9 Streets

Between the Leidsestraat and the Raadhuisstraat, there is the charming area called ‘The 9 Streets’, so named after the nine cross streets that connect the main canals.


15 MIN

PC Hooftstraat

In this most chic of shopping streets in Amsterdam, ‘the P.C.’ for those in the know, you will find, amongst other things, shops of the most expensive brands such as Dior, Prada and Chanel. Fun to walk through sometime!