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I8217ve ตัดสินใจที่จะหยุดด้วย Amsterdamtrader หลังจากแปดปีและ 405 ข้อความ I8217m เรียกมันว่าวัน มันเป็นนรกของการนั่ง แต่ I8217m การเดินทางออกไปในที่สูง การรายงานเกี่ยวกับรายได้ของชุดการค้าการแข่งขันฟุตบอล DeGiro และกิจกรรมอื่น ๆ ที่เกิดขึ้น 8211 ถึงเวลาแล้วที่จะต้องเดินหน้าต่อไป ดีกว่าที่จะใส่ปลายอย่างเป็นทางการไปยังเว็บไซต์กว่าการชะลอตัวจางหายไป เว็บไซต์จะยังคงใช้งานออนไลน์อยู่ โพสต์ไม่ระบุตัวตนใน Amsterdamtrader การเขียนเรื่องนิรนามเป็นเวลาแปดปีเป็นเรื่องท้าทาย แต่ก็เป็นวิธีเดียวที่จะทำให้การทำงาน ต้องเป็นที่น่ารำคาญสำหรับบางคน การไม่ระบุตัวตนเป็นเวลานานเช่นกัน ไม่บอกใครเป็นเรื่องง่าย แต่สิ่งที่ซับซ้อนเมื่อเครือข่ายของฉันทับซ้อนกับเพื่อนของ Jack8217 การรักษาความเป็นตัวตนเสมือนจริงเป็นเกมสำหรับหน่วยความจำ แจ็คคือใครต่อไป? 18 พฤศจิกายน 2016 เพียงไม่กี่ปีที่ผ่านมาอนุพันธ์ Euronext ปรากฏ 8211 ไม่สบายใจที่จะจัดการกับคู่แข่งใหม่ สิ่งต่างๆเปลี่ยนไป TOM, aka the Order Machine อยู่ในตำแหน่งที่อ่อนแอ มันขึ้นอยู่กับการขายเป็นเจ้าของ can8217t ตัดสินใจเกี่ยวกับกลยุทธ์ Euronext ก้าวไปข้างหน้าเพื่อเสียการขายของ TOM ในการประกาศทั่วไป (pdf) การแลกเปลี่ยนได้ประกาศโครงการส่วนลดของลูกค้า Euronext จะคืนค่าธรรมเนียมการเทรดทั้งหมดข้างต้นเป็นเกณฑ์รายเดือน สำหรับตัวเลือกหุ้นเกณฑ์จะกำหนดไว้ที่ 200.000 เหล่านี้เป็นสัญญาซื้อขายในบัญชีลูกค้า ผู้ให้บริการด้านสภาพคล่องสามารถใช้งานส่วนลดนี้ได้ที่8217t เกณฑ์สำหรับตัวเลือกดัชนีจะลดลงจากสัญญา 115k ถึง 100k ปัจจุบัน น่าแปลกใจที่โครงการเงินคืนจะอยู่ในสถานที่เป็นเวลาสองปี That8217s ผิดปกติจะทำงานจนถึง 31 ธันวาคม 2018 Euronext พูด 8220 เรามุ่งมั่นที่จะปกป้องตลาดของเราและเราไม่กลัวที่จะก้าวร้าว 8220 มุ่ง Binck 8 พฤศจิกายน 2016 DeGiro มีความคิดที่ชาญฉลาดของเวลา ในวันเลือกตั้งของสหรัฐอเมริกานายหน้าซื้อขายหลักทรัพย์จะเริ่มต้นด้วยการซื้อขายสัญญาฟิวเจอร์สและตัวเลือกของสหรัฐฯ เริ่มต้นด้วย SampP e-mini futures ที่มีชื่อเสียง e-minis เป็นฟิวเจอร์สที่มีชื่อเสียงมากที่สุดในโลก มันทำงานเกือบตลอดทั้งวันบน Globex CME8217s นี่เป็นเรื่องใหญ่ สำหรับนักลงทุนมีตลาดที่บ้านและ there8217s ประเทศสหรัฐอเมริกา การเปิดตัว e-mini8217s มีมูลค่าทางการตลาดมากกว่าโฆษณาทางทีวีช่วง prime-time เปิดตัว e-mini SampP (ES) และ Nasdaq 100 (NQ) และฟิวเจอร์ส ค่าธรรมเนียมคือ 0.50 บาทต่อสัญญาบวกค่าธรรมเนียมสำหรับการแลกเปลี่ยน CME CME doesn8217t มาราคาถูกสำหรับสมาชิกที่ไม่ใช่สมาชิก มีค่าธรรมเนียม 1.17 สำหรับฟิวเจอร์สอีเล็กมินิและ 0.55 สำหรับตัวเลือก (ดูที่นี่) นอกจากนี้ DeGiro ยังเรียกเก็บ 5 ตำแหน่งในแต่ละเดือนที่ CME ราคาที่ล่าช้า 8211 เมื่อคุณต้องการราคาเรียลไทม์ฟรีเดิมพันที่ดีที่สุดของคุณคือร้านค้า CFD เช่นร้านนี้ iDealing บ่นเกี่ยวกับ DeGiro 28 ตุลาคม 2016 Agfa-Gevaert เป็น บริษัท ข้ามชาติในเบลเยี่ยม It8217s ใช้งานเป็นหลักในเทคโนโลยีการถ่ายภาพสำหรับโรงพยาบาล (wiki) หลังจากที่ปิดตลาดแล้วบลูมเบิร์กได้นำเสนอข่าวว่ากลุ่ม CompuServe เตรียมเสนอราคารับซื้อ การควบรวมกิจการเป็นธุรกิจตามปกติ กับตำแหน่งตัวเลือกผู้ค้าบางรายเสียและอื่น ๆ ชนะ ในขณะที่การเสนอราคาซื้อมักมาพร้อมกับกลิ่นของการซื้อขายภายใน แต่ก็ยากที่จะหาหลักฐานได้ แต่เมื่อใกล้ถึงทะเลเมดิเตอร์เรเนียนคุณก็ยิ่งมีข่าวลือมากขึ้นเท่านั้น การค้าภายในประเทศเบลเยี่ยม 25 ตุลาคม 2016 วันจันทร์เป็นวันของนายหน้าค้าปลีกชาวดัตช์ Binck กำลังจะเปิดเผยรายได้ไตรมาสที่สามของพวกเขา เพื่อนของพวกเขาที่ DeGiro ขโมยโอกาสในการดึงดูดความสนใจและประชาสัมพันธ์ฟรี ที่ประสบความสำเร็จ DeGiro รายงานตัวเลขสามตัว จำนวนบัญชีจำนวนการทำธุรกรรมและผลกำไรของ บริษัท พวกเขาเปรียบเทียบช่วง 9 เดือนแรกของปีที่แล้ว ฉันดูที่ไตรมาสในไตรมาส น่าประทับใจน้อยกว่า บัญชีซื้อขายไม่ใช่ธุรกิจข้อคิดเห็นล่าสุด Amsterdamtrader หยุดและใครคือ Jack (36) Anonymous เราจะคิดถึงคุณ Jack Terrance ขออภัยที่ได้เห็นคุณไป I8217 ได้ติดตามบล็อกอย่างใกล้ชิดเป็นเวลาอย่างน้อยที่สุด ไม่ระบุชื่อ dank jammer ที่ je stopt PdL แม้ว่าจะไม่ได้ทำงานใน 8220 อุตสาหกรรม 8221 ที่คุณเขียนมากเกี่ยวกับฉันเสมอ Sebas ทำดี Maarten มันเป็นความบันเทิงอย่างมหาศาลและฉันชอบอารมณ์ขันในรูปแบบของคุณ Jeroen Maarten, กระทู้ Bedankt voor de vele Goede Het gaf een beetje het. Zoran บทความ bloombergnews2017-01-03paris-eye s-luring- 20-000-bankers-fr. 9 เรื่องที่ฉันเกลียดเกี่ยวกับ DeGiro (152) Anonymous กองทุนเปิดตลาด HiQ (Neutral (Long Oil)) ได้นำเสนอตารางค่าธรรมเนียมใหม่ ในอดีตที่ผ่านมา. DeGiro เริ่มต้นด้วยอนุพันธ์ของสหรัฐ (29) zoran ibkb.interactivebrokers node201 อัมสเตอร์ดัมเป็นเมืองหลวงของประเทศเนเธอร์แลนด์ มีประชากรมากกว่าหนึ่งล้านคนในเขตเมืองมันเป็นเมืองที่ใหญ่ที่สุดในประเทศและศูนย์การเงินวัฒนธรรมและความคิดสร้างสรรค์ เมืองอัมสเตอร์ดัมมีชื่อจากแหล่งกำเนิดของเมืองเป็นเขื่อนของแม่น้ำ Amstel ในอดีตชื่อ Amstelredamme ซึ่งต่อมาเปลี่ยนเป็น Amsterdam อัมสเตอร์ดัมเป็นจุดหมายปลายทางที่ได้รับความนิยมมากที่สุดแห่งหนึ่งในยุโรปโดยดึงดูดนักท่องเที่ยวจากต่างประเทศกว่า 7 ล้านคนเป็นประจำทุกปี อัมสเตอร์ดัมเป็นที่รู้จักกันดีในชื่อ Venice of the North เนื่องจากคลองอันน่ารักของเมืองนี้มีสถาปัตยกรรมที่น่าประทับใจและมีสะพานมากกว่า 1,500 แห่ง มีบางอย่างที่นักท่องเที่ยวทุกคนพึงพอใจในที่นี่ไม่ว่าคุณจะชอบวัฒนธรรมและประวัติศาสตร์ปาร์ตี้ที่รุนแรงหรือเพียงแค่เสน่ห์อันผ่อนคลายของเมืองในยุโรปเก่าเท่านั้น ย่านการแก้ไขอัมสเตอร์ดัมในเวลากลางคืนย่านของอัมสเตอร์ดัม Old Center ศูนย์กลางยุคกลางและพื้นที่เข้าชมมากที่สุดของอัมสเตอร์ดัม เป็นที่ทราบกันดีว่ามีสถาปัตยกรรมแบบดั้งเดิมคลองช้อปปิ้งและร้านกาแฟหลายแห่ง จัตุรัส Dam ถือเป็นศูนย์กลางที่ดีที่สุด แต่น่าสนใจเช่นกันคือบริเวณโดยรอบ Nieuwmarkt และ Spui ย่านแสงสีแดงยังเป็นส่วนหนึ่งของ Old Center Canal Ring มรดกโลกขององค์การยูเนสโก คลองคลองถูกขุดขึ้นในศตวรรษที่ 17 เพื่อดึงดูดเจ้าของบ้านที่ร่ำรวย ยังคงเป็นย่านที่หรูหราที่มีชื่อเสียงจากดัตช์เป็นเจ้าของอสังหาริมทรัพย์ Leidseplein และ Rembrandtplein เป็นจุดท่องเที่ยวยามราตรีที่สำคัญของเมือง Jordaan พื้นที่ชนชั้นแรงงานแบบดั้งเดิมได้ไปเยี่ยมชมกับหอศิลป์มากมายร้านบูติกและร้านอาหารที่เกิดขึ้น รวมทั้ง Haarlemmerbuurt และ Western Islands Plantage เมืองศตวรรษที่ 19 แห่งนี้มีพิพิธภัณฑ์มากมาย อยู่ห่างจาก Waterlooplein คุณจะพบพิพิธภัณฑ์ประวัติศาสตร์ Jewish, Hermitage Amsterdam และสวนพฤกษศาสตร์ ท่านสามารถเดินจาก Artis Zoo, Tropenmuseum (Museum of Tropics) และ Scheepvaartmuseum ที่งดงาม South หนึ่งในพื้นที่สำคัญของ Amsterdams การเดินทางไปยังเมืองยังไม่สมบูรณ์โดยไม่ต้องแวะไป Museum Quarter คุณสามารถแช่เย็นใน Vondelpark ด้วยขวดไวน์หรือไปล่าสัตว์เพื่อซื้อสินค้าราคาถูกที่ Albert Cuyp Market เป็นพื้นที่ที่ได้รับความนิยมมากที่สุดสำหรับที่พักเนื่องจากราคาถูกกว่าในใจกลางเมืองมาก เวสต์พื้นที่ชานเมืองกว้างใหญ่ที่สามารถแบ่งออกได้ในเขต Old และ New West Old West เป็นพื้นที่ที่มีเสน่ห์ที่สร้างขึ้นในปลายศตวรรษที่ 19 นิวเวสต์สร้างขึ้นหลังจากสงครามโลกครั้งที่สองและมักพบหนังสือพิมพ์พาดหัวข่าวเรื่องการฟื้นฟูเมืองอาชญากรรมกำลังอยู่ระหว่างการปรับปรุงสภาพความเป็นอยู่ในพื้นที่นี้ นอร์ททิศตะวันตกเฉียงเหนือเป็นย่านที่อยู่อาศัยที่ตั้งอยู่ทางตอนเหนือของ IJ โดยมีศูนย์กลางการพัฒนาทางวัฒนธรรมที่กำลังเติบโตอย่างรวดเร็วตามแนวชายฝั่งของแม่น้ำ ผู้เข้าชมจำนวนมากจะถูกดึงดูดไปยังพื้นที่ทางตะวันออกของมอเตอร์เวย์ A10 ซึ่งเป็นพื้นที่ที่ได้รับการป้องกันโดยชาวโปแลนด์ซึ่งอยู่ในเขต Waterland and Zaan ชนบทแบบดั้งเดิมของชาวดัตช์นี้ได้รับการสำรวจโดยจักรยานอย่างดีที่สุด East East เป็นพื้นที่ที่อยู่อาศัยขนาดใหญ่และหลากหลาย Eastern Docklands และ IJburg โดดเด่นเป็นย่านที่ร่ำรวยซึ่งเป็นที่รู้จักในสถาปัตยกรรมสมัยใหม่ของพวกเขา Bijlmer เขตอัมสเตอร์ดัมตะวันออกเฉียงใต้ถูกมองว่าเป็นละแวกใกล้เคียงในอนาคตโดยมีตึกอพาร์ตเมนต์ขนาดใหญ่แยกออกจากพื้นที่สีเขียว กลายเป็นย่านที่อยู่อาศัยระดับล่างที่มีผู้คนกว่า 150 สัญชาติซึ่งมักเกี่ยวข้องกับอาชญากรรมและการโจรกรรม สถิติการรักษาความปลอดภัยของโรงแรมได้รับการปรับปรุงขึ้นอย่างน่าทึ่งในช่วงหลายปีที่ผ่านมา แต่ก็ยังมีผู้เข้าชมเดินทางผจญภัย (และแฟนฟุตบอล) เป็นส่วนใหญ่ เข้าใจการแก้ไขตามรายงาน Eurobarometer ในปี 2012 ประชากร 90 คนพูดภาษาอังกฤษเป็นภาษาที่สอง ประวัติศาสตร์ตั้งถิ่นฐานในฐานะหมู่บ้านชาวประมงเล็ก ๆ ในช่วงปลายศตวรรษที่ 12 อัมสเตอร์ดัมกลายเป็นศูนย์กลางการค้าที่สำคัญที่สุดแห่งหนึ่งของโลกในช่วงยุคทองของชาวดัตช์ในศตวรรษที่ 17 โดยมีตลาดหลักทรัพย์แห่งแรกและกิจการร่วมค้าที่ก่อให้เกิดความทันสมัย วันทุนนิยม ใจกลางเมืองยุคกลางขนาดเล็กของเมืองขยายตัวอย่างรวดเร็วในขณะที่ Jordaan และย่าน Canal Belt ถูกสร้างขึ้นอย่างมีนัยสำคัญทางวัฒนธรรมได้รับการยอมรับเมื่อกลายเป็นมรดกโลกของ UNESCO ในปี 2010 ในศตวรรษที่ 19 และ 20 เมืองขยายไปทุกทิศทุกทาง ย่านใหม่และชานเมืองที่ออกแบบในรูปแบบสมัยใหม่ อัมสเตอร์ดัมไม่ใช่ที่นั่งของรัฐบาลซึ่งอยู่ในกรุงเฮก เป็นเมืองที่ดึงดูดผู้คนจำนวนมากจากนอกเขตแดน ปัจจุบันเป็นเมืองที่มีเชื้อชาติต่างกันมากที่สุดในโลก (178 ในปี 2010) เมืองนี้มีบรรยากาศที่เป็นกันเองไม่เหมือนเมืองหลวงอื่น ๆ ในความเป็นจริงอัมสเตอร์ดัมมีประวัติความเป็นมาของความไม่ลงรอยกันอดทนและความคืบหน้าทั้งหมดซึ่งรวมอยู่ในนโยบายเสรีนิยมเกี่ยวกับกัญชาและการค้าประเวณี สถานที่ท่องเที่ยวอื่น ๆ ได้แก่ Rijksmuseum พิพิธภัณฑ์แวนโก๊ะ Anne Frank House ตลาดดอกไม้ตลาด Albert Cuyp และ Vondelpark ปฐมนิเทศแก้ไขอัมสเตอร์ดัมที่ผู้เข้าชมมากที่สุดคือศูนย์กลางเมืองกึ่งวงกลมกับ Central Station ที่ปลายของมัน มันสอดคล้องกับเมืองราว 1850 หกคลองศูนย์กลางศูนย์กลางเก่าที่ Singel ที่ Herengracht ที่ Keizersgracht ที่ Prinsengracht ที่ Lijnbaansgracht และ Singelgracht กันไว้แหวนคลอง ย่านอื่น ๆ ภายในใจกลางเมืองคือ Jordaan อดีตพื้นที่ทำงานชั้นไป upmarket และ Plantage พื้นที่ใบและกว้างขวางที่รู้จักกันดีสำหรับสวนสัตว์และสวนพฤกษศาสตร์ ถนน Nassaukade, Stadhouderskade และ Mauritskade ล้อมรอบศูนย์และทำเครื่องหมายที่ตั้งของคูเมืองและป้อมปราการแห่งเมือง เกือบทุกอย่างนอกเส้นนี้ถูกสร้างขึ้นหลังจากที่ 1870 วงกลมกึ่งอยู่ทางด้านทิศใต้ของ IJ แต่เดิมเป็นปากน้ำของ Amstel ไปยัง Zuiderzee (South sea) ปัจจุบันได้มีการระบายน้ำ ทางตะวันออกออกจากสถานีรถไฟกลางทางรถไฟผ่านเกาะเทียมของย่าน Eastern Docklands ที่ได้รับการพัฒนาใหม่ ทางตอนเหนือของ IJ ส่วนใหญ่เป็นที่อยู่อาศัยถึงแม้จะมีการพัฒนาขื้นใหม่ที่เมือง Dockland ด้วยเช่นกัน แม่น้ำ Amstel ไหลเข้ามาในเมืองจากทางใต้ เดิมไหลไปตามแนว Rokin-Damrak เขื่อนใน Amstel ซึ่งทำให้ชื่อเมืองนี้ตั้งอยู่ภายใต้ห้างสรรพสินค้า Bijenkorf ในปัจจุบัน การตั้งถิ่นฐานเดิมอยู่บนฝั่งขวาของ Amstel ในปัจจุบัน Warmoesstraat: ดังนั้นจึงเป็นถนนที่เก่าแก่ที่สุดในเมือง เมืองได้ขยายไปทุกทิศทุกทางยกเว้นทางด้านตะวันออกเฉียงเหนือของมอเตอร์เวย์สาย พื้นที่นี้เป็นภูมิประเทศชนบทที่ได้รับการคุ้มครองในทุ่งโล่งและหมู่บ้านเล็ก ๆ ซึ่งอาจถือได้ว่าเป็นส่วนหนึ่งของพื้นที่ Waterland รัศมีครึ่งวงกลมประมาณ 2 กิโลเมตร สถานที่ท่องเที่ยวที่สำคัญทั้งหมดและโรงแรมส่วนใหญ่ตั้งอยู่ภายในหรือนอกเมือง ผลที่ตามมาก็คือนักท่องเที่ยวจำนวนมากไม่เคยแวะเที่ยวเมืองอัมสเตอร์ดัมโดยมีประชากรอย่างน้อย 90 คนอาศัยอยู่นอกบริเวณนี้ กิจกรรมทางเศรษฐกิจส่วนใหญ่ในอัมสเตอร์ดัมเป็นสำนักงานของภาคการเงินและท่าเรืออยู่ใกล้หรือนอกวงแหวนมอเตอร์เวย์ซึ่งอยู่ห่างจากใจกลางเมืองประมาณ 4-5 กิโลเมตร การขยายตัวของอัมสเตอร์ดัมนอกวงแหวนนี้และการขยายตัวของกิจกรรมนอกศูนย์เก่าคือการกำหนดสิ่งที่ชาวท้องถิ่นพิจารณาใหม่ในพื้นที่ส่วนกลางของกรุงอัมสเตอร์ดัม โดยไม่ต้องสงสัยเลยว่าย่านที่ได้รับความนิยมมากที่สุดแห่งหนึ่งในใจกลางเมืองอยู่ทางตอนใต้ของพิพิธภัณฑ์คุณภาพและย่าน De Pijp ทัศนคติหลายคนเลือกที่จะไปเยี่ยมชมอัมสเตอร์ดัมเพราะชื่อเสียงของความอดทนแม้ว่าส่วนหนึ่งของชื่อเสียงนี้เป็นผลมาจากความเข้าใจผิดทางวัฒนธรรม โสเภณีได้รับการจดทะเบียนและได้รับใบอนุญาตในเนเธอร์แลนด์และในอัมสเตอร์ดัมก็สามารถมองเห็นได้ (โสเภณีหน้าต่าง) และมีโสเภณีเป็นจำนวนมาก การขายการครอบครองและการบริโภคกัญชาในปริมาณน้อยขณะที่ผิดกฎหมายทางเทคนิคยอมรับโดยเจ้าหน้าที่ (นโยบายของ gedogen) นี้ไม่ได้หมายความว่าคุณจะได้รับไปกับอะไรในอัมสเตอร์ดัม ไม่ว่าในกรณีใดทัศนคติของประชาชนและนโยบายอย่างเป็นทางการมีมากขึ้นในช่วงไม่กี่ปีที่ผ่านมา สำหรับข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมเกี่ยวกับ coffeeshops และยาเสพติดโปรดดูด้านล่างใน Stay safe ขึ้นอยู่กับมุมมองของคุณบางคนจะพิจารณาอัมสเตอร์ดัมเมืองไม่ดีในขณะที่คนอื่นจะพบว่าทัศนคติที่ผ่อนคลายของพวกเขาสดชื่น ถ้าคุณหลีกเลี่ยงย่านแสงสีแดงอัมสเตอร์ดัมเป็นจุดหมายปลายทางยอดเยี่ยมของครอบครัว แก้ไขการตรวจสอบ Amsterdams พยากรณ์อากาศ 7 วันที่ weer.nl อัมสเตอร์ดัมเป็นเมืองขนาดใหญ่และเป็นสถานที่ท่องเที่ยวที่สำคัญคุณจึงสามารถเยี่ยมชมได้ตลอดทั้งปี อย่างไรก็ตามในฤดูหนาววันสั้น ๆ (8 ชั่วโมงต่อวันในช่วงคริสต์มาส) และอากาศอาจเย็นเกินไปที่จะเดินเล่นรอบเมืองได้อย่างสบาย ๆ นับประสารอบ มกราคมและกุมภาพันธ์เป็นเดือนที่หนาวที่สุดโดยมีระดับต่ำสุดประมาณ -1 องศาเซลเซียสและสูงประมาณ 5 องศาเซลเซียส กรกฎาคมและสิงหาคมเป็นเดือนที่อากาศร้อนที่สุดโดยมีอุณหภูมิเฉลี่ย 22 องศาเซลเซียส (72 ฟุต) บางสิ่งเป็นฤดูกาล: ทุ่งดอกทิวลิปดอกไม้เฉพาะในฤดูใบไม้ผลิและตั้งแต่ปี 2014 หลังจากการสละราชสมบัติของ Queen Beatrix ในวันที่ 30 เมษายน 2013 วันคิงส์ (Koningsdag) คือจนกว่าจะตกในวันอาทิตย์ในวันที่ 27 เมษายนวันเกิด ของกษัตริย์วิลเลม - อเล็กซานเด หากวันที่ 27 เมษายนเป็นวันอาทิตย์วันเฉลิมพระชนมพรรษาพระบาทสมเด็จพระเจ้าอยู่หัวเมื่อวันที่ 26 เมษายน รับในการแก้ไขโดยเครื่องบินแก้ไขเครื่องจำหน่ายตั๋วรถไฟ Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (IATA. AMS) อยู่ทางตะวันตกเฉียงใต้ของเมือง 15 km เป็นอันดับหนึ่งใน 25 อันดับแรกของสนามบินทั่วโลกสำหรับการให้บริการผู้โดยสารซึ่งมีผู้โดยสาร 55 ล้านคนต่อปี KLM เป็นผู้ให้บริการรายใหญ่ที่สุดที่ดำเนินการที่เมือง Schiphol และมีเที่ยวบินไปยังเมืองใหญ่หลายแห่งทั่วโลก สายการบินบริติชแอร์เวย์มีเที่ยวบิน 15 เที่ยวบินต่อวันไปยังสนามบินลอนดอน 3 สนามบิน Heathrow Gatwick และ London City มีบริการอินเทอร์เน็ตไร้สาย (ฟรี) ที่สนามบิน ตู้เก็บของหยอดเหรียญมีให้บริการที่สนามบินโดยมีค่าใช้จ่าย 6-12 ต่อ 24 ชั่วโมงโดยไม่เกินหนึ่งสัปดาห์ ร้านอาหารมีมากมายที่สนามบินซึ่งรวมถึงสถานที่ต่างๆของ Burger King และ McDonalds การเดินทางระหว่างสนามบินและใจกลางเมือง: NS Dutch Railways จะมีรถไฟจากระดับล่างของสนามบิน รถไฟวิ่งทุกๆ 10 นาทีระหว่างเวลา 5:00 น. ถึง 1:00 น. และทุกชั่วโมงในช่วงเวลาอื่น ๆ มีสถานีรถไฟหลายแห่งในกรุงอัมสเตอร์ดัมและทุกสถานีจะไม่หยุดทุกสถานีซึ่งสถานีใกล้เคียงกับที่พักของคุณมากที่สุด การเดินทางไปอัมสเตอร์ดัมใช้เวลา 20 นาทีและค่าใช้จ่าย 4.20 ตั๋วสามารถซื้อได้จากเครื่องขายตั๋วสีเหลืองหรือจากเคาน์เตอร์จำหน่ายตั๋วแม้ว่าการซื้อจากเคาน์เตอร์ตั๋วจะมีค่าธรรมเนียมเพิ่ม 1.00 การซื้อที่ชำระด้วยบัตรวีซ่าหรือมาสเตอร์การ์ดจะถูกเรียกเก็บเงินเพิ่มอีก 0.50 (ไม่เหมือนกับการชำระเงินด้วยบัตร Maestro หรือเงินสด) บัตรโดยสารสำหรับเที่ยวอัมสเตอร์ดัมรวมตั๋วโดยสารชั้นประหยัด 2 ชั้นจากสนามบินที่ถูกต้องบนรถไฟทุกสายยกเว้น Thalys รวมทั้งการขนส่งแบบไม่ จำกัด ในอัมสเตอร์ดัมบัตรราคา 15 ต่อ 1 วัน 20 วันเป็นเวลา 2 วันและ 25 วันเป็นเวลา 3 วันและเป็นข้อเสนอที่ดี ถ้าคุณวางแผนที่จะขี่รถรางบ่อยๆในอัมสเตอร์ดัม รถบัส 197 Amsterdam Airport Express ให้บริการระหว่างสนามบินและ Museumplein, Rijksmuseum และ Leidseplein รถบัสมีค่าควรใช้ถ้าจุดจอดใกล้กับที่พักของคุณ รถบัสมีค่าใช้จ่าย 4.75single 9return ถ้าซื้อแบบออนไลน์หรือ 5 ที่นั่งถ้าซื้อจากผู้ขับขี่ รถบัสออกจากชานชาลา B9 ทุกๆ 15 นาทีระหว่างวันและทุกชั่วโมงในเวลากลางคืนและการเดินทางใช้เวลาประมาณ 40 นาที อัตราแท็กซี่เท่ากับ 2.89 และ 2.12 ต่อกิโลเมตรและ 0.35 ต่อนาที การเดินทางสู่ใจกลางเมืองใช้เวลาประมาณ 25-45 นาทีขึ้นอยู่กับการจราจรและค่าใช้จ่ายประมาณ 40-50 UberBlack เดินทางจากสนามบินคิดค่าบริการอัตราคงที่ที่ 45. โรงแรม Connexxion Hotel Shuttle ให้บริการโรงแรมกว่า 100 แห่งในใจกลางเมืองโดยมีรถประจำทาง 8 ที่นั่งทุกๆ 30 นาทีตั้งแต่เวลา 06:00 น. - 21:00 น. ค่าใช้จ่ายสำหรับจุดหมายปลายทางของใจกลางเมืองส่วนใหญ่คือ 15.5025.00 เที่ยวเดียว มันสะดวกกว่ารถไฟถ้าคุณมีกระเป๋าหนักและยังคงถูกกว่ารถแท็กซี่ รถเมล์ออกจากชานชาลา A7 และสามารถสำรองที่นั่งได้ 31 38 3394741 ทิงเกอร์เสนอบริการรับส่งด้วยส่วนลดการจองล่วงหน้าและคำนวณราคาต่อที่นั่ง การโอนมีให้บริการตั้งแต่ 9,95 และรวมถึงรถกระบะจาก TinkerBelle จองผ่านทางโทรศัพท์ 31 20 290 0050 หรือออนไลน์ บริการรถแท็กซี่สนามบินอัมสเตอร์ดัมมีอัตราคงที่การถ่ายโอนสนามบิน Schiphol ไปหรือจากใจกลางเมืองที่ 49 สำหรับชั้น Mercedes E รวมถึงการพบปะและทักทายพิเศษ 65 สำหรับ minivan บริษัท ให้เช่ารถยนต์ตั้งอยู่ที่สนามบิน เวลาทำการปกติคือ 6.00-11.00 น. ต่อวัน โต๊ะให้เช่ารถยนต์สามารถพบได้ใน Schiphol Plaza ซึ่งอยู่ในระดับเดียวกับหอพักขาเข้า นอกจากนี้ยังมีเส้นทางจักรยานจากสนามบินไปยังอัมสเตอร์ดัมซึ่งมีป้ายบอกทางไป 15 กม. เลี้ยวขวาเมื่อออกจากท่าอากาศยาน: เส้นทางเดินเริ่มต้นจากถนนประมาณ 200 เมตร มีแผนที่เส้นทางรอบ Schiphol อยู่ใน PDF นี้ (เส้นสีเขียวเป็นเส้นทางเดินรถ) สนามบินอื่น ๆ ที่ใช้สนามบินอื่นที่ไม่ใช่เมือง Schiphol สามารถพิสูจน์ได้ว่าราคาถูกกว่าในบางกรณีเนื่องจากบางสายการบินที่บินไป Eindhoven และ Rotterdam Airports จากนั้นรถบัสและรถไฟสามารถใช้เพื่อเดินทางไปอัมสเตอร์ดัม การเช่ารถเป็นอีกทางเลือก รถแท็กซี่มีราคาแพงมากในเนเธอร์แลนด์ (100 จาก Rotterdam และมากยิ่งขึ้นจาก Eindhoven) และขอแนะนำให้จองล่วงหน้า จากสนามบิน Eindhoven (IATA EIN ICAO EHEH) 1 นั่งรถประจำทาง (รถ Hermes 401 ระยะเวลาประมาณ 25 นาทีความถี่ประมาณสี่ครั้งต่อชั่วโมง 3.20 บนเรือหรือ 1.71 ใช้ OV-chipkaart) ไปยังสถานีรถไฟ จากนั้นขึ้นรถไฟไปยังอัมสเตอร์ดัม (ระยะเวลา 1 ชั่วโมง 20 ครั้งความถี่สี่ครั้งต่อชั่วโมง 17.20 ครั้งเดียว) หรือใช้บริการรถประจำทางโดยตรงจากสนามบินไปยังสถานีรถไฟกลางอัมสเตอร์ดัมซึ่งใช้เวลา 2 ชั่วโมง 15 บริการนี้ใช้เวลาเพียง 3 ถึง 4 ครั้งต่อวันดูเว็บไซต์ของพวกเขาสำหรับกำหนดการ ราคาตั๋วคือ 25.50 สำหรับเที่ยวเดียวหรือ 42.50 สำหรับการเดินทางกลับ 2. จาก Rotterdam สนามบินกรุงเฮก (IATA. RTM ICAO EHRD) 3 (Zestienhoven) ขึ้นรถโดยสารประจำทาง (รถบัส RET airport 33, ระยะเวลา 25-30 นาที, ความถี่ทุก 10-20 นาที 2.50 บนกระดานหรือ 1.39 โดยใช้ OV-chipkaart) ไปยังสถานีรถไฟ Rotterdam Centraal จากนั้นขึ้นรถไฟไปยัง Amsterdam (ระยะเวลาประมาณหนึ่งชั่วโมงทุกๆ 10-20 นาที 13.40 น.) สนามบิน Schiphol อยู่ห่าง 11 กม. จากใจกลางกรุงอัมสเตอร์ดัมเป็นเส้นตรง Rotterdam อยู่ห่างออกไป 57 กม. และ Eindhoven อยู่ห่างออกไป 107 กม. สถานีรถไฟอื่น ๆ ที่อาจจะใช้คือ: By รถไฟ edit Sign for Platform 2b at Amsterdam Railway Station สถานีรถไฟในอัมสเตอร์ดัม (ในศูนย์ส้มสีส้ม) เส้นสีดำ: ทางรถไฟ เส้นสีแดง: สายรถไฟใต้ดิน รถไฟส่วนใหญ่เดินทางมาถึงและออกจากสถานี Amsterdam Centraal Station (มีสถานีรถไฟอัมสเตอร์ดัมอัมสเตอร์ดัมและท่าเรือ IJ) สถานีรถไฟอื่น ๆ ที่สำคัญคือ Duivendrecht และ Bijlmer-ArenA ทางตะวันออกเฉียงใต้ Amstel และ Muiderpoort ทางตะวันออก RAI และ Zuid-WTC ในภาคใต้ และ Lelylaan และ Sloterdijk ทางฝั่งตะวันตก สนามบิน Schiphol มีสถานีรถไฟของตัวเองซึ่งทำหน้าที่เป็นสถานีแลกเปลี่ยนที่สำคัญ มีรถไฟอย่างน้อยเจ็ดขบวนไปยัง Amsterdam Centraal โดยมีรถไฟเพิ่มเติมไปยังสถานีอื่นในอัมสเตอร์ดัม รถไฟนานาชาติส่วนใหญ่วิ่งตรงไปยังสถานี Amsterdam Centraal Station Thalys เป็นรถไฟความเร็วสูงที่เชื่อมต่ออัมสเตอร์ดัมกับปารีส (3h19), บรัสเซล (1 ชั่วโมง 54) และแอนต์เวิร์ป (1 ชั่วโมง 12) รถไฟ Thalys ทำงานได้ถึงสิบครั้งต่อวัน ตั๋วราคาถูกที่สุดถูกขายออกไปในช่วงต้นดังนั้นโปรดจองล่วงหน้าหากเป็นไปได้ มีบริการรถโค้ชบาร์ซึ่งมีจำหน่ายทั้งอาหารเครื่องดื่มและตั๋วขนส่งสาธารณะ เมื่อเดินทางในชั้นหนึ่งอาหารและเครื่องดื่มทั้งหมดจะรวมอยู่ในค่าโดยสารรถไฟ ICE International เชื่อมต่ออัมสเตอร์ดัม 7 ครั้งต่อวันกับ Dsseldorf (2h16), Cologne (2h41) และ Frankfurt (3h46) รถไฟ ICE แห่งหนึ่งวิ่งไปที่บาเซิล (6h43) มี BordBistro-coach พร้อมใช้งานบนรถไฟ ICE แต่ละขบวน รถไฟ Intercity ไปยังเบอร์ลินดำเนินการทุกสองชั่วโมงและเชื่อมต่อสถานี Amsterdam Central Station กับ Osnabrck (3h08) Hanover (4h20) และ Berlin (6h22) มีรถ BordBistro-coach อยู่ในรถไฟแต่ละสายไปยังเบอร์ลิน CityNightLineEuronight ใช้รถไฟข้ามคืนจากสถานี Amsterdam Centraal ไปยัง Copenhagen (1 คืน), Warsaw (1 คืน), Minsk (1 คืนและ 1 วัน), Moscow (2 คืนและ 1 วัน), Prague (1 คืน), Munich (1 คืน) ) และ Zurich (1 คืน) การเดินทางด้วยรถไฟเหล่านี้อาจช่วยให้คุณประหยัดเวลาในคืนโรงแรม คุณสามารถเลือกที่จะใช้เวลากลางคืนในที่นั่งธรรมดาเบาะที่นั่ง (เฉพาะ WarsawMunichZrich) เตียงนอนขนาด 6- หรือ 4-bed หรือเตียงนอนส่วนตัวขนาด 3, 2 หรือ 1 ห้องพร้อมอ่างล้างหน้าแบบซักผ้าหรือ showertoilet ส่วนตัว อาหารเช้ารวมอยู่ในห้องนอนและมีเครื่องดื่มค๊อกเก้นอื่น ๆ อยู่ในระหว่างการขายบนรถไฟ Eurostar ให้บริการความเร็วสูงจากสถานี London St Pancras ไปยังสถานี Brussels ZuidMidi จากบรัสเซลส์คุณสามารถเดินทางไปยังอัมสเตอร์ดัมโดย Thalys ได้ ตั๋วถูกขายบนเว็บไซต์ยูโรสตาร์และ (บางครั้งถูกกว่า) บนเว็บไซต์ Hispeed NS ถ้าคุณวางแผนที่จะขึ้นรถไฟไปยังอัมสเตอร์ดัมขอแนะนำให้ตรวจสอบเวลารถไฟในการวางแผนการเดินทางระหว่างประเทศ 9. ตั๋วส่วนใหญ่จะจำหน่ายแบบออนไลน์และมักจะมีราคาถูกกว่าหากจองตั๋วล่วงหน้า นอกจากนี้ตั๋วยังจำหน่ายที่สำนักงานขายตั๋วระหว่างประเทศที่สถานี Amsterdam Centraal และที่สนามบิน Schiphol หรือเยี่ยมชม Treinreiswinkel 10 (Singel 393) บริการรถบัสระหว่างประเทศส่วนใหญ่มีส่วนเกี่ยวข้องกับ Eurolines ซึ่งมีสถานีที่สถานี Duivendrecht (อยู่ที่สถานี Amstel) รถประจำทาง 40, 62, 65, 240, 355 รถบัสหนึ่งเที่ยวต่อวันมักเป็นความถี่สูงสุดบนเส้นทางนี้ บริษัท รถบัสราคาประหยัดของอังกฤษ Megabus ดำเนินการให้บริการรถประจำทางสองเที่ยวต่อวันจากกรุงลอนดอนและปารีสไปยังอัมสเตอร์ดัมทางบรัสเซลส์ สิ้นสุดลงที่ Zeeburg Park และ Ride Coach ParkZuiderzeeweg ในทางตะวันออกของเมือง จากที่นั่นมีบริการรถรางและรถประจำทางบ่อยๆในเมืองแม้ว่าคนขับรถมักจะแนะนำให้คุณใช้รถราง OUIBUS ดำเนินการให้บริการรถประจำทางไม่กี่ครั้งต่อวันจากลอนดอนและปารีสไปยังอัมสเตอร์ดัมทางบรัสเซลส์รวมถึง Megabus ซึ่งสิ้นสุดที่สถานี Sloterdijk, รถไฟใต้ดิน 50, รถราง 12 บริษัท รถบัส FlixBus ที่มีต้นทุนต่ำของเยอรมันดำเนินการให้บริการรถประจำทางไม่กี่ครั้งต่อวันจาก สถานที่ต่าง ๆ ในเบลเยี่ยม ฝรั่งเศส. เยอรมนีและลักเซมเบิร์ก สิ้นสุดลงที่สถานี Sloterdijk (Radarweg) บางครั้งมันทำงานร่วมกับ Megabus มีบริการรถโดยสารประจำทางระหว่างประเทศอื่น ๆ แต่มักมีเป้าหมายเฉพาะตลาดที่เฉพาะเจาะจงเช่น แรงงานข้ามชาติโปแลนด์ เกือบจะไม่มีบริการรถโดยสารภายในระยะยาวในเนเธอร์แลนด์และไม่มีผู้ใดเดินทางไปอัมสเตอร์ดัม ทางตะวันตกของประเทศเนเธอร์แลนด์มีเครือข่ายถนนหนาแน่น (และแออัด) มาจากทางตะวันออก (เยอรมนี) มอเตอร์เวย์ A1 นำไปสู่อัมสเตอร์ดัมโดยตรง จาก A12 จาก Arnhem เปลี่ยนที่ Utrecht ไปทางเหนือของ A2 จากทางใต้ (เบลเยียม) A2 ขึ้นไปที่อัมสเตอร์ดัม: A16 A27 จาก Antwerp ผ่าน Breda เชื่อมต่อกับ A2 ทางใต้ของ Utrecht จากกรุงเฮก A4 นำไปสู่อัมสเตอร์ดัม มอเตอร์เวย์ทั้งหมดไปยัง Amsterdam เชื่อมต่อกับมอเตอร์เวย์สาย A10 จากถนนมอเตอร์เวย์สายหลักนำไปสู่ทางอัมสเตอร์ดัม (เส้นทาง S101 ถึง S118) ในกรณีส่วนใหญ่คุณจะต้องการหลีกเลี่ยงการเข้าไปในใจกลางเมืองโดยรถยนต์: การจราจรหนาแน่นและที่จอดรถมีราคาแพงและแทบเป็นไปไม่ได้ที่จะหา (PR Zeeburg ไปทางทิศตะวันออก, PR ArenA ไปทางทิศตะวันออกเฉียงใต้, PR Olympisch Stadion ไปทางทิศใต้และ PR Sloterdijk ไปทางทิศตะวันตก) ที่นี่คุณสามารถจอดรถของคุณและใช้บริการขนส่งสาธารณะไปยังใจกลางเมืองเพื่อเป็นราคายุติธรรม โดยทั่วไป 1 ต่อชั่วโมง การขนส่งสาธารณะจะพาคุณไปยังใจกลางเมืองสำหรับ 5 คนตั้งแต่ 5 ถึง 7,70 นอกจากนี้ยังมีสถานที่ไม่กี่แห่งที่เดินไม่ไกลจากป้ายรถรางด้านนอกเพื่อจอดรถฟรี อีกทางเลือกหนึ่งคือการใช้เว็บไซต์ที่จอดรถที่แตกต่างกันเพื่อหาราคาและที่จอดรถที่จอดรถหนึ่งสามารถหาภาพรวมที่ดีเกี่ยวกับโรงจอดรถสาธารณะทั้งหมดที่มีอยู่ในเมืองและราคาที่พวกเขาคิดค่าบริการ นอกจากนี้โรงรถสาธารณะยังมีโอกาสจอดรถส่วนตัวตั้งแต่เมื่อเร็ว ๆ นี้โดยที่สามารถจอดรถในโรงแรมหรืออาคารของ บริษัท ได้ข้อดีคือคุณสามารถจองที่จอดรถของคุณล่วงหน้าและมักเป็นทางเลือกนี้นอกจากนี้ยังมีราคาถูกกว่า สำหรับการเข้าชมสั้น ๆ ทางเลือกหนึ่งในการจอดรถใกล้ใจกลางเมืองได้ฟรีและใช้เรือข้ามฟากฟรีไปยังอีกฝั่งหนึ่งของช่อง บนวงแหวนอัมสเตอร์ดัมใช้ s118 หรือ s116 exit (s118 ทำได้ง่ายที่สุดเพราะ s116 ไปที่ใจกลางเมืองโดยใช้อุโมงค์ใต้ช่อง) และไปที่ Ijplein ซึ่งจอดรถฟรี 2.5 ชั่วโมง (เรียกว่าเขต blauwe) โดยใช้ที่จอดรถ จาน จากนั้นไปที่เรือเฟอร์รี่และใช้บริการรถรับส่งฟรีไปยังสถานีรถไฟกลาง (ทุก 5-8 นาที) เดินทางเพียง 5 นาทีและคุณอยู่ใน Amsterdam Centraal เพลิดเพลินไปกับความเร็วสูงสุดที่มอเตอร์เวย์ของเนเธอร์แลนด์มีระยะทาง 130 กม. ยกเว้นที่ระบุไว้ บนมอเตอร์เวย์วงแหวน A10 รอบอัมสเตอร์ดัมความเร็วสูงสุดคือ 100 กม. และ 80 กม. จากฝั่งตะวันตก ข้อ จำกัด เหล่านี้มีผลบังคับใช้อย่างเคร่งครัดและมีกล้องความเร็วจำนวนมาก By marine edit การเดินเรือทางทะเลอัมสเตอร์ดัมอยู่ใกล้ใจกลางเมือง แต่สำหรับเรือล่องเรือเท่านั้น ท่าเรือเฟอร์รี่ที่ใกล้ที่สุดคือ IJmuiden ซึ่งให้บริการโดย DFDS Seaways ที่ให้บริการเรือข้ามฟากทุกคืนจาก Newcastle-upon-Tyne (North Shields) ในสหราชอาณาจักรดูเว็บไซต์อย่างเป็นทางการ เดินทางโดยรถยนต์ 125 กม. มีท่าเรือข้ามฟากที่ Rotterdam Europoort (เรือข้ามฟากจาก Kingston upon Hull) และ Hook of Holland (เรือข้ามฟากจาก Harwich) Hook of Holland มีสถานีรถไฟ ขึ้นรถไฟไปยัง Schiedam Centrum หรือ Rotterdam Centraal จากนั้นขึ้นรถไฟไปยังอัมสเตอร์ดัม ไปรอบ ๆ ศูนย์แก้ไข Amsterdams มีขนาดค่อนข้างเล็กและแบนเกือบผิดปกติดังนั้นคุณจึงสามารถเดินทางไปยังสถานที่ท่องเที่ยวต่างๆได้โดยง่ายโดยเดินเท้าจากสถานีรถไฟภายในครึ่งชั่วโมง เมื่อเดือนมิถุนายน พ.ศ. 2553 ได้มีการนำบัตรไร้สัมผัสที่เรียกว่า OV-chipkaart (ชิปการ์ดขนส่งสาธารณะ) นับตั้งแต่วันที่ 3 มิถุนายน พ.ศ. 2553 ระบบเก่าของเมือง strippenkaart ถูกทิ้งร้างในทุกรูปแบบของการขนส่งสาธารณะในอัมสเตอร์ดัมทำให้ chipkaart เป็นวิธีการเดินทางที่ถูกต้องที่สุดในอัมสเตอร์ดัม ในการเดินทางด้วยบัตรต้องเช็คอินเมื่อเริ่มต้นการเดินทางและเช็คเอาท์ที่ท้ายด้วยการจับการ์ดไว้ด้านหน้าเครื่องอ่านบัตร OV-chipkaart มีอยู่ 3 แบบ ได้แก่ บัตรส่วนบุคคลที่คุณสามารถโหลดการสมัครรับข้อมูลบัตรแบบไม่ระบุตัวตนได้ทุกสัปดาห์ที่ผ่านมาซึ่งคุณสามารถรับเงินได้ซึ่งสามารถใช้จ่ายในการขนส่งสาธารณะบัตรทิ้งซึ่งสามารถใช้งานได้ในจำนวน จำกัด เท่านั้น สองประเภทแรกมีค่าธรรมเนียม 7.50 สำหรับบัตรเองและคุณต้องมีอย่างน้อย 4 ใบเพื่อให้สามารถเดินทางได้ OV-chipkaart สามารถรับได้จากเครื่องจำหน่ายของ GVB ในสถานีรถไฟฟ้าใต้ดินทุกสถานีจากโต๊ะทำงานที่สถานีใหญ่บางแห่ง (รวมถึงสถานี Centraal Station) และร้านค้าบางแห่ง (ดูที่แผนที่นี้ gvb.nlreizigersovchipkaartPagesOphalenenopladen.aspx) สำหรับนักท่องเที่ยวประเภทบัตรท่องเที่ยวที่มีประโยชน์มากที่สุดคือบัตรโดยสารชั่วโมง 124487296120144168 ที่ออกเป็นบัตรวีซ่าแบบใช้แล้วทิ้งที่ไม่มีค่าใช้จ่ายเพิ่มเติม อนุญาตให้ผู้ถือบัตรเดินทางได้ไม่ จำกัด จำนวนการเดินทางบนรถรางบริการรถไฟใต้ดินและรถบัส GVB ตลอดระยะเวลาที่กำหนด บนรถรางสามารถซื้อตั๋วได้ 1 ใบและ 24 ชม. เท่านั้น บัตรเหล่านี้มีให้บริการที่สำนักงานการท่องเที่ยว (ตั้งอยู่ที่สนามบิน Schiphol และอยู่นอกสถานี Centraal Station) ร้านหนังสือ AKO ในสนามบิน Schiphol และสถานี Centraal โรงแรมและข้อมูลการจองตั๋วของ GVB จำนวนมาก บัตรผ่านวันไม่สามารถใช้ได้กับรถโดยสารที่ดำเนินการโดย Connexxion และ Arriva ราคาตั้งแต่วันที่มกราคม 2012: 7.5024 ชั่วโมง 1248 ชั่วโมง 16.5072 ชั่วโมง 2196 ชั่วโมง 26120 ชั่วโมง 29.50144 ชั่วโมงและ 32168 ชั่วโมง หากคุณพักที่อัมสเตอร์ดัมอีกต่อไปคุณสามารถซื้อบัตรลดราคารายสัปดาห์หรือรายเดือนจากที่ทำการไปรษณีย์ส่วนใหญ่หรือจุดขายตั๋วอื่น ๆ ที่มีราคาถูกกว่า ตั๋ว GVB ไม่สามารถใช้ได้กับรถไฟไปยังสนามบิน Schiphol คุณสามารถใช้พวกเขาบนรถโดยสารไปยัง Schiphol (หมายเหตุ: รถบัส GVB ที่ไปสนามบินมีจำนวนเพียง 69) แต่โดยปกติจะเดินทางโดยรถไฟโดยเร็ว สำหรับข้อมูลปัจจุบันเกี่ยวกับระบบการขนส่งสาธารณะของเนเธอร์แลนด์ (Openbaar Vervoer หรือ O.V. ใน DutchNL) โปรดตรวจสอบ Openbaar Vervoer (O.V. ) ออนไลน์ รถราง (16 สาย) เป็นรูปแบบหลักของระบบขนส่งสาธารณะในเขตภาคกลางและยังมีอีกหลายสิบเส้นทางรถเมล์กลางคืนซึ่งวิ่งในสถานที่ของรถราง ระหว่างเที่ยงคืนและ 5 นาฬิการถรางทั้งหมดจะมีแผนที่รายละเอียดของระบบและบริเวณโดยรอบนอกจากนี้คุณยังสามารถขอรับแผนที่ขนส่งสาธารณะได้ฟรีที่สำนักงานข้อมูลการจำหน่ายตั๋วของ GVB (นอกสถานี Centraal Station) หรือในรถรางรถรางส่วนใหญ่มี (และขอรับตั๋วในกรณีที่จำเป็น) โดยผู้ขับขี่หรือตัวนำถ้าคุณมีคำถามตัวนำหรือคนขับจะต้องแน่ใจว่าจะตอบคำถามของคุณโปรดจำไว้ว่าคุณสามารถซื้อ 1 ชั่วโมงและ ตั๋ว 24 ชั่วโมงบนรถรางเมื่อขึ้นรถและลงจากรถรางคุณต้องเช็คอินและเช็คเอาต์โดยการวาง ticketOV-chipkaart ไว้บนหนึ่งในผู้อ่านที่มีรูปทรงกลมมากแม้ว่าคุณจะเพิ่งซื้อตั๋วบนกระดานรถรางทั้งหมดมี บันทึกเสียงที่บันทึกไว้ล่วงหน้า ments ชี้ไปหยุดต่อไปและส่วนใหญ่ยังมีการแสดงภาพ ประกาศทั้งหมดที่อยู่บนเรือเป็นภาษาดัตช์อย่างไรก็ตามข้อความบางอย่าง (เช่นป้ายบอกปลายทางและป้ายหยุดที่สำคัญ (เช่นแดมสแควร์) และการแจ้งเตือนเมื่อออกจากรถก็ขึ้นเป็นภาษาอังกฤษ Metro edit Amsterdam MetroSneltram แผนที่มีสี่สายรถไฟใต้ดิน รวมถึงส่วนใต้ดินที่สั้นในใจกลางเมืองที่ให้บริการย่านต่างๆของ South East ใช้เวลาประมาณ 15-20 นาทีจากสถานี Centraal Station หรือ Waterlooplein ไปยัง Bijlmer (สนามกีฬาอัมสเตอร์ดัมอัมสเตอร์ดัม Heineken Music Hall และโรงภาพยนตร์ Pathe Arena และ IMAX) รถไฟใต้ดินสายที่ห้าซึ่งอยู่ทางเหนือสายใต้กำลังอยู่ในระหว่างการก่อสร้างและคาดว่าจะเปิดให้บริการในปีพ. ศ. 2560 โครงการใหญ่แห่งนี้เริ่มดำเนินการในปี 2546 เพื่อสร้างรถไฟใต้ดินสายใหม่เพื่อเชื่อมต่อทางตอนเหนือของอัมสเตอร์ดัมกับทางใต้ (NoordZuidlijn หรือ NorthSouthline) . โครงการได้รับการพิสูจน์บางส่วนของภัยพิบัติสำหรับรัฐบาลเมืองที่มีการบุกรุกงบประมาณมากและความล่าช้า การสร้างตึกใต้ดินแบบเปียกของอัมสเตอร์ดัมเป็นสิ่งที่ยากและอาคารบางหลังมีความเสียหายอย่างต่อเนื่องจากการทรุดตัว สำหรับผู้เข้าชมในอัมสเตอร์ดัมสิ่งเดียวที่ควรทราบก็คืองานถนนที่กำลังดำเนินอยู่ตามเส้นทางรถไฟใต้ดิน สถานีรถไฟใต้ดินใต้ดินยังคงมีการสร้างหรือเสร็จสิ้นซึ่งมักทำให้บางส่วนของถนนถูกปิดกั้นไปยังรถยนต์รถประจำทางและรถรางเป็นเวลานาน โดยปกติคุณสามารถเดินเท้าหรือจักรยานได้ Bus edit เช่นเดียวกับรถรางและรถไฟใต้ดินรถประจำทางท้องถิ่นดำเนินการโดย GVB There are also suburban buses to nearby towns such as Haarlem and Uithoorn these are operated by Connexxion or EBS (the company name and house style is prominent on the bus side) and can be used within Amsterdam if you travel with an OV-chipkaart. Disposable cards are only valid on the GVB buses. By boat edit There are several free ferry services across the IJ river, to Amsterdam North, the most frequent runs every 7min. They all leave from a new jetty on the northern (rear) side of Centraal Station. The nicest one is the 15min service to NDSM Werf, a funky up and coming industrial neighbourhood with a nice cafe-bar (IJkantine), restaurant (Noorderlicht) and indoor skateboard park (Skatepark Amsterdam). In addition, the Pancake Boat (Pannekoekenboot) sails many times each week from the NDSM Werf. Ferries leave every 30min from Centraal Station and from NDSM Werf. Double frequencies during rush hours. Another boat company to discover Amsterdam is Canal Company. which offers a large selection of canal cruises. You can choose between the classic canal cruises, open boat tours, canal bikes or evening cruises in several variations. By rental scooter edit There are several scooter rent shops in the city centre of Amsterdam. Gilex scooter rental. Scooter Rent Amsterdam . AmsterBike . Boka Scooter Rentals and Left Bank Scooters Rentals amp Tours are just a few examples. By bicycle edit A pleasant way to cover a lot of ground is to rent a bicycle . There is at least one bike for every one of the 800,000 people living in Amsterdam. The city is very, very bike-friendly, and there are separate bike lanes on most major streets. In the city centre, however, there is often not enough space for a bike lane, so cars and cyclists share narrow streets. Cyclists do not have the right of way even though it might appear so when observing the typical Amsterdammers cycling behaviour (see Extra legal protection ). Be very careful to watch out for other cyclists. Always show other traffic where youre going (e.g. by holding out your hand) in order avoid accidents and smooth the traffic flow. If not indicated otherwise by signs, the right-before-left rule applies. Avoid getting your tyre in the tram rails its a nasty fall. Always cross tram rails at an angle. When crossing tram lanes, watch out for fast approaching taxis. They have a rather ruthless driving style. Let none of the above deter you from doing it the Amsterdam way. Be advised, however, that cycling the Amsterdam way takes a significant amount of skill: the locals have been riding bikes from the moment they could walk and this informs their behaviour. If you dont feel entirely comfortable on a bike, it may be a stressful affair rather than the smooth ride you may imagine it to be. On top of that, if your lack of confidence makes you block pathways used by other people who can skilfully manoeuvre along them (e.g. groups of people, between stationary vans and the rows of bollards dividing street and footpath), who have appointments to make and jobs to attend, it can create tensions between you and locals. If you dont feel entirely comfortable on a bike, walk Its less stressful, and Amsterdam is so small the entire city centre can be navigated on foot within half an hour. A good map for cycling (routes, repairs, rentals also public transport) is Amsterdam op de fiets (a Cito-plan). When preparing a route, theres a digital bicycle route-planner for Amsterdam. Bicycles can be taken on all metros and tram 26 using the bike supplement fee (1.70 in 2016, valid 1d) on the OV chipcard. Use the special bike racks, locations indicated by a bicycle sign on the outside of the carriage. Bicycles (and scooters) can be taken for free on all ferries across the IJ. Make sure to get a good lock (or two), and to use it. Amsterdam has one of the highest bicycle theft rates in the world, see the Netherlands page. Note also that, if buying a bike, prices that seem too good to be true are stolen bikes. Any bike offered for sale to passers-by, on the street, is certainly stolen. Theres an old Amsterdam joke When calling out to a large group of cyclists passing by Hey, thats my bike about five people will jump off their bikes and start running. If you are as good a cyclist as the locals, rent a bike There are bike rental shops at stations, and several others in and around the city centre. Bikes cost about 9 to 20 per day. (Bring wet gear.) Rent A Bike Amsterdam Quality bicycles for the lowest rate in Amsterdam. Located in the centre of Amsterdam. Green Budget Bikes Have an extensive selection of high quality bikes available at two locations - near both Dam and Leidseplein. The bikes are in good condition and well maintained. Dutch, handbrake and tandem bikes (also for children) are available at budget prices. Bikes can be rented for 3 hours (6.50), 24 hours (9.00) and more. Bike repair, tours, scooters, costume photos and internet are also available. Shops are open daily 09:00-18:00 in the low season and 09:00-20:00 in the high season. Star Bikes Rental . Classic and solid Dutch bikes for those who want to fit in with the locals. They have the traditional black granny, pick-ups, tandems, bikes for kids and for disabled needs. Prices: 5 for 4h, 7 for the day, 15 for 24h, 2 lockers included. This business is located behind Central Station. You can also arrange exclusive picnic and barbecue sets within your rental. MacBike Bicycle Rental . Perhaps the most ubiquitous bicycle rental agency in Amsterdam, their bicycles are painted red with a MacBike sign on the front, everyone will know youre visiting. The bicycles are reliable, and in very good condition. Several locations around the city centre for assistance or repairs. Online bicycle reservations at their website. Orangebike, Rentals amp Tours . Their bikes are not so obvious coloured, more discrete, reliable and sturdy. The typical Dutch Grandmother bikes are available at Orangebike. 3 hr historical city tour by bike for 19.50 . Online reservations available. Damstraat offer daily to weekly rentals. Have promotions in place with several hotels for discount tickets, ask at the front desk. 12.50 for the first 24h, insurance included. Offers repairs for your bike and new and used bike sales. Het Zwarte Fietsenplan . Rent traditional Dutch bikes. Explore Amsterdam on a traditional black bike. There are no bright red, yellow, blue or orange bikes in their shops. There are 3 locations throughout the city centre and the shops have long opening hours, 7 days a week. Also rents out cagobikes for kids. As of summer 2012, 24h hire rate was 15. Gobyx . A free website for self guided bike tours around Amsterdam: Recommended bike routes, maps, image galleries, history and a lot of useful information about the surrounding towns and villages. Bike4u . Bike4u offers classical Dutch city bikes (Gazelle, Gazelle Maxinette, Batavus, Simplex, Grandma Bike, Union, Rih) for rent in different colours and sizes due to your preference. No shop brand labels visible explore Amsterdam incognito, dressed up as an authentic amsterdammer The bicycle is ideal for exploring the surrounding countryside. Within half an hour youre out of town. Go North, take the ferry across the IJ to Waterland . Or go South, into the Amsterdamse Bos (a giant park), or follow the river Amstel where Rembrandt worked. You can also take your bike on the metro (with a reduced fare ticket, see public transport webpage ) to the end of the line at Gaasperplas . and cycle along rivers and windmills to old fortified towns like Weesp. Muiden and Naarden. By taxi edit New guidelines were introduced in June 2013 to bring down the bad cab drivers. Many new companies were founded and bad companies failed. Amsterdam needed these guidelines to help the taxi branche. Try avoiding the taxi stands at Central station and Leidseplein. Some drivers, traditionally at Centraal Station or Leidseplein, will refuse short trips or will quote outrageously high fares, even though all taxis are metered. Even if you convince the driver to use the meter, he will often take a circuitous route that racks up 15 or more on the meter. For reference, no trip within the historic centre should cost more than 10 or so. If you want to avoid these circumstances try pre-booking at a company like Deluxe Taxi Amsterdam Regular taxi price have the following rates: Start: 2,95 per km: 2,17 per min: 0,36 (jun 2016) all taxis have a meter which will calculate the price. You can also go for a fixed rate but its recommended to follow the meter if the right route has been taken by the driver you will pay as it should be. Unlicensed, illegal, cabbies operate mainly in Amsterdam Zuidoost, Leidseplein crossing Prinsengracht and at the Rembrandt Square. These arent easily recognized as such, and most certainly dont drive Mercedes cars. They are known as snorders and most easily reached by mobile phone. Rides within Amsterdam Zuidoost (the Bijlmer) range from 2.50 to 5, whereas Zuidoost-Centre can run up to 12.50. Snorders have a bad reputation, so never consider their services. By car edit It is practical to use a car only outside of the historic centre within the historic centre, the traveller is advised to stay with public transport. In Amsterdam, a car is generally a liability and not an asset. Use a car only if you are going to an obscure location many miles out that is not served by public transport. Driving around Amsterdam is a pain: many of the streets are narrow, the traffic (and parking) signs are baroque and obscure, and cyclists and pedestrians may get in your way. Plus, petrol is about 1.54 to 1.7 per litre. You can try parking at one of the secured parking garages, for example under Museumplein, or near the Central Station, and then walk around the city centre, or use a tram. Car parking is very expensive in Amsterdam and its often hard to find a place to park. You can choose to pay by the hour or for the whole day. Parking is free outside the centre on Sunday. There is always a spot available on the Albert Cuypstraat (which is a market during the rest of the week). From there, it is a 5 minute tram ride or 15 min walk downtown. Another option is to park your car further outside the city-centre. For 8,- you get a full day (24 hr) of parking and a return ticket downtown. The ride takes about 15 minutes. Look for the PR (Park and Ride) signs. 11 You can also park for free in some parts of Amsterdam outside the city centre though this may be slowly changing. Parking is still free everywhere in Amsterdam-Noord, and you can just take the bus from the Mosplein stop to the city centre easily. Plenty of buses run through here. Popular car rental chains operate in a smaller capacity in Amsterdam, including Avis and Budget Rent a Car. Most recently Car 2 Go has all-electric Smart cars availible within and around the city. A night panaroma of the Leidseplein Square Gracht in Amsterdam Amsterdam has one of the most extensive historic city centres in Europe, with about 7,000 registered historic buildings. The street pattern has been largely unchanged since the 19th century 8212 there was no major bombing during World War II. The centre consists of 90 islands linked by 400 bridges, some of which are attractively floodlit at night. The inner part of the city centre, the Old Centre. dates from medieval times. The oldest streets are the Warmoesstraat and the Zeedijk located in the Nieuwmarkt area of the Old Centre. As buildings were made of wood in the Middle Ages, few buildings from the period have survived. Exceptions are two medieval wooden houses at Begijnhof 34 and Zeedijk 1. Other old houses are Warmoesstraat 83 (built around 1400), Warmoesstraat 5 (around 1500) and Begijnhof 2-3 (around 1425). The Begijnhof is a late-medieval enclosed courtyard with the houses of beguines, Roman Catholic women living in a semi-religious community. Beguines are found in Northern France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and north-western Germany. Number 34 Begijnhof is the oldest house in Amsterdam. Entry to the courtyard and surrounding gardens is free, but be careful not to disturb the community living here. One of the most prominent features is the Canal Ring. a concentric ring of canals built in the 17th century. The merchant-based oligarchy that ruled the trading city of Amsterdam built canal houses and mansions in the most prestigious locations here, especially along the main canals. Typical of the area are the traditional white draw bridges. The best example has to be the Magere Brug in the Canal Ring, which is over 300 years old and practically in its original state. It is a beautiful place to view the river and take in some traditional Dutch architecture. The Jordaan was built around 1650 along with the Canal Ring, but not for the wealthy merchants. For a long time it was considered the lower class area of Amsterdam, and included some notorious slums. The name probably derives from the nickname Jordan for the Prinsengracht. Apart from a few wider canals, the streets are narrow, in an incomplete grid pattern (as the grid followed the lines of the former polders located here in medieval times). This district is the best example of gentrification in the Netherlands, as recently it has been turned into a fashionable shopping district. There are several large warehouses built originally with specific roles in mind. The biggest is the Admirality Arsenal (1656-1657), now the Maritime Museum ( Scheepvaartmuseum ) at Kattenburgerplein. Others include the former turf warehouses (1550) along the Nes, now the municipal pawn office a similar warehouse at Waterlooplein 69-75 (Arsenaal, 1610), now an architectural academy, and the warehouse of the West India Company (1642) at the corner of Prins Hendrikkade and s-Gravenhekje. The city office for architectural heritage, BMA. has an excellent online introduction to the architectural history and the types of historical buildings available. The website includes a cycle route along important examples. There are also several warehouse galleries in Amsterdam Noord, including Nieuw Dakota, a young gallery space for contemporary art. Windmills were not built in urban areas, since the surrounding buildings obstructed the wind too much. The Amsterdam windmills were all originally outside its city walls. There are a total of eight windmills in Amsterdam, and most of them are in West. However, the best one to visit is De Gooyer . which is not far from the city centre, and is used as a brewery open to visitors. The only windmill fully open to the public is the Molen van Sloten in Sloten, a former village now part of West. Churches and synagogues edit Since the Middle Ages and throughout the 17th century, the Netherlands was a country with a relatively high degree of freedom and tolerance towards other religions and cultures, especially compared to other countries in Europe. Between 1590 and 1800, the estimated foreign-born population was never less than 5 percent, many of them settling in Amsterdam. This led to a large diaspora of Jews, Huguenots (French protestants), Flemish, Poles and other peoples in the city. The Jewish people especially have always had a large presence in Amsterdam, notably in the Old Jewish Quarter (though this quarter has been in a status of decay since World War II). The most prominent synagogue is The Esnoga 12 (or The Portuguese Synagogue ). built in 1675 in an austere Classicist style. As the Netherlands was a protestant nation, most of the churches are from this branch of Christianity. Some of the most notable churches: Oude Kerk (1306) 13 Located on the Oudezijds Voorburgwal, in the red-light district. The oldest of the five main churches in the historic centre. You can climb the tower from April to September on Saturday amp Sunday, every half-hour - but make sure you either do that early or stop by to book a climb in the morning, it could be sold out by the end of the day. Also open in the winter by group appointment (maximum 10 people) cost 70 per hour. (mailto:annabuscher-malocca.nl ) for more information. Nieuwe Kerk (15th century) 14 Located on Dam Square. Used for royal coronations, most recently the crowning of King Willem-Alexander in 2013, and royal weddings, most recently the wedding of crown prince Willem-Alexander to princess Mxima in 2002. Today, the church is no longer used for services but is now a popular exhibition space. Zuiderkerk (built 1603-1611) 15 Located on Zuiderkerkhof (Southern Graveyard) square. Now an information centre on housing and planning. You can visit the tower from April to September Monday to Saturday (with guide only) every half-hour, cost 6. Also open in the winter by group appointment (maximum 15 people) cost 70 per hr. (mailto:annabuscher-malocca.nl ) for more information. Noorderkerk (built 1620-1623) 16 Located on Noordermarkt on the Prinsengracht. Westerkerk (built 1620-1631) 17 Located on Westermarkt near the Anne Frank House. The church is open (free) for visitors from Monday to Friday, 11AM-3PM, from April to September. You can also climb the tower (with guide only) every half-hour, Mon to Saturday 7.50 (2013). This is 6-person-at-a-time journey, thus the amount of visitors per day is limited - make sure you do the climb (or book it) in early hours. The tower is also open in the winter by group appointment (maximum 10 people) cost 70 per hr. (mailto:annabuscher-malocca.nl ) for more information. In good weather you can see all of Amsterdam, and as far as the coast. The late-medieval city also had smaller chapels such as the Sint Olofskapel (circa 1440) on Zeedijk, and convent chapels such as the Agnietenkapel on the Oudezijds Voorburgwal 231 (originally 1470), now the University of Amsterdam museum. Later churches included the Oosterkerk (1669) in the eastern islands, and the heavily restored Lutheran Church on the Singel (1671), now used by a hotel as a conference centre. Catholic churches were long forbidden, and built again only in the 19th-century: the most prominent is the Neo-Baroque Church of St. Nicholas (1887) opposite Central Station. Also, investigate some of the hidden churches found in Amsterdam, mainly Catholic churches that remained in activity following the Reformation. A prominent hidden church is Amstelkring Museum (Our Lord in the Attic Chapel)18 Well worth the visit. Two hidden churches still in use are the Begijnhofchapel 19 near the Spui, and the Papegaaikerk 20 in the Kalverstreet (both Catholic). Museums edit Amsterdam has an amazing collection of museums, ranging from masterpieces of art to porn, vodka and cannabis. The most popular ones can get very crowded in the summer peak season, so its worth exploring advance tickets or getting there off-peak (e.g. very early in the morning). Some of the quality museums that you cant miss: Rijksmuseum absolutely top-class museum that has a large collection of paintings from the Dutch Golden Age. Some artists you cant overlook are Rembrandt van Rijn, Johannes Vermeer, Frans Hals and Jan Steen. The must-sees are Rembrandts Night Watch and Vermeers Milkmaid. The museum also boasts a substantial collection of Asian art. The Rijksmuseum was under heavy construction until early 2013, but has re-opened in full capacity on the 14th of april, 2013. Van Gogh Museum even someone with little knowledge of art must have heard about Vincent van Gogh, the Dutch Post-Impressionist painter whose work had a far-reaching influence on 20th century art for its vivid colours and emotional impact. This museum has the largest collection of Van Goghs paintings and drawings in the world. A hint: you can book a ticket online and skip the cashier line. Anne Frank House dedicated to Anne Frank, a Jewish girl who kept a diary while hiding from Nazi persecution in hidden rooms at the rear of the building (known as the Achterhuis ). Its an exhibition on the life of Anne Frank, but also highlights other forms of persecution and discrimination. Mind that there could be quite a line in the eveningweekends in summer. The other museums are described in the district articles. The Museum Card ( Museumkaart ) 21 costs 54.95 (or 27.50 for those under 18 years old) plus a one-off 4.95 subscription fee. It covers the cost of admission to over 400 museums across the Netherlands and you can buy it at most major museums. It is valid for an entire year, and you will need to write your name, birthday, and gender on it. If you are going to the Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum, 17.50 and 15 respectively, this card can quickly pay for itself. Another advantage of having this card is that you can visit the same museum twice at no extra cost (for example Rijksmuseum is so huge you may want to spread it over two visits), or try out museums youre not sure you will like. The tickets to the major museums, including the audio guide, can be bought early from the tourist information desk at no extra cost. Alternatively, for short stays, you can consider buying the Iamsterdam card 22. starting at 42 per day, which includes free access to Amsterdam museums, public transport and discount on many tourist attractions. Parks edit The locals spend their summer days in Amsterdam opening a red wine in the Vondelpark and so should you. Every district in Amsterdam has at least one park, but the Vondelpark in South is notable for its size and convivial atmosphere. The neighbourhood best known for its greenery is the Plantage. Besides its leafy boulevards and grand mansions, it also features the botanical gardens of the Hortus Botanicus . Finally, Artis Zoo is a good attraction for the kids. A more recent tradition is the opening of so-called city beaches. Yes, its now possible to lie in the sand far from any natural coastline Amsterdam has three of these beaches, which are located in West. East and South. The one in the east is probably the best, and you get the fine architecture and atmosphere of the IJburg neighbourhood thrown in for free. Red Light District edit NOTE: DO NOT try to take photos of prostitutes even from the streets Not only is this really rude, you might end up losing your camera without any warning The Red Light District consists of several canals, and the side streets between them, south of Central Station and east of Damrak. Known as De Wallen (the quays) in Dutch, because the canals were once part of the city defences (walls and moats). Prostitution itself is limited to certain streets, mainly side streets and alleys, but the district is considered to include the canals, and some adjoining streets (such as Warmoesstraat and Zeedijk). The whole area has a heavy police presence, and many security cameras. Nevertheless it is still a residential district and has many bars and restaurants, and also includes historic buildings and museums this is the oldest part of the city. The oldest church in Amsterdam, the Netherlands-gothic Oude Kerk on the Oudezijds Voorburgwal at Oudekerksplein, is now surrounded by window prostitution. The area has many sex shops and peep show bars.This section of town is a common attraction for bachelors celebrating a stag night, if you ever get hassled, a firm and loud Leave me alone will work most of the time. Modern architecture edit Modern architecture is under-represented in Amsterdam (as opposed to Rotterdam ), but as the outer districts were built in the 19th and 20th centuries, there is definitely some to be found. Immediately outside the Singelgracht (the former city moat) is a ring of 19th-century housing. The most prominent buildings from this period are the Central Station (1889) and the Rijksmuseum (1885), both by P. J. H. Cuypers. Amsterdam West. especially the neighbourhood De Baarsjes, was built in the Amsterdam School and New Objectivity architectural styles from the 19th century. A completely different approach to architecture has been the Bijlmer. built in the 1970s and forseen as a town of the future for upper-middle class families. Large apartment buildings and relatively large rooms were combined with common grass fields and a separation of pedestrian and car traffic. It has been a revolutionary way of thinking in the architectural world, but eventually the neighborhood turned into a lower-class residential district home to people of over 150 nationalities, and it is often associated with crime and robberies. It has improved remarkably the last years though, and adventurous travelers might be interested to know more about the history of this bizarre district. Since there was little large-scale demolition in the historic centre, most 20th-century and recent architecture is outside it. The most prominent in architectural history are the residential complexes by architects of the Amsterdam School . for instance at Zaanstraat Oostzaanstraat. Museum of the Amsterdam School 23. The best-known example of their architecture. Open Tuesday to Sunday 11AM to 5PM, entrance 7.50, includes 20 min. guided tour. Eastern Docklands . The largest concentration of new residential buildings. The zone includes three artificial islands: Borneo, Sporenburg, and KNSMJava-island. The latter has been built as a postmodern interpretation of the old canal belt. Across from it, is the brand new Piet Heinkade, and some adjoining projects. Accessible by tram 10, tram 26 to Rietlandpark, or best of all by bicycle. The largest concentration of box-like office buildings is in Amsterdam Zuid-Oost (South-East) around Bijlmer station (train and metro), but the area does have some spectacular buildings, such as the Amsterdam ArenA stadium and the new Bijlmer ArenA station . Amsterdam is replacing older sewage plants by a single modern plant, in the port zone. Connecting existing sewers to the new plant requires long main sewers, and the use of sewage booster pumps - a new technique at this scale. The new booster pump stations are a unique type of building, designed by separate architects. The three complete pumps are located at Klaprozenweg in the north, on Spaklerweg (just east of the A10 motorway), and beside and under Postjesweg, in the Rembrandtpark. EYE Film Institute 24 is a futuristic building designed by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects and houses the film museum, cinema, shop and a good restaurant cafe with a great view over the IJ river (IJ is also pronounced as eye). On the outside this white steel building reminds people of a bird, a plane or a space ship. On the inside it has modern design with a vintage feel and lots of wood, giving it a cozy vibe. A gem for architecture enthusiasts, photographers, film fans and foodies alike. Accessible by the frequent, free ferry from Central Station to Buiksloterweg in only 5 minutes. Do edit add listing Amsterdam is a huge city. so all individual listings should be moved to the appropriate district articles . and this section should contain a brief overview. Please help to move listings if you are familiar with this city. Several companies offer private tours by car, van, or mini bus for groups of up to 8 people. Bike tours are also available at a more affordable price, and offer a more authentic Dutch experience. Other companies offer canal cruises . usually lasting from one to two hours. Departures from: Prins Hendrikkade opposite Centraal Station quayside Damrak Rokin near Spui Stadhouderskade 25 near Leidseplein. The Canal Bus 25. Runs three fixed routes, stopping near major attractions (Rijksmuseum, Anne Franks House, etc.). You can get on or off as often as you like, but it is expensive, 20 per person per 24 hr. The first boats start between 9.15AM. and 10.45AM. depending on which stop you get on. The last boats start dropping off at around 7160p.m. Lovers Canal Cruise 26 start opposite the Rijksmuseum. It is 15 per person, but you cannot get on and off. The cruise is about 1 hr. Amsterdam Boat Guide 27 Local company offering private boat tours in classic boats. Canal cruises, dinner cruises etc. Amsterdam Jewel Cruises 28 offers an evening dinner cruise. It is the only classic boat offering a private table for a romantic dinner cruise. A la carte dining, but not cheap The cruise starts at 7.30160pm and lasts just under three hours. You can cruise the canals yourself, without the commentary with a canal bike (pedal boat) or rented boat. Boats4rent Boat Hire 29. At Boats4rent you can rent and drive your own electric boat for max. 6 people. Boats4rent is located at the Westerpark, very close to the Brouwersgracht and the other main city center canals. You dont need a license, nor experience to rent a boat. Boaty Rental Boats 30. Boaty offers rental boats (max. 6 persons) for your own private tour: decide where to go yourself or choose one of Boatys free canal routes. These rental boats are electrically driven which means they are silent and free of exhaust fumes. They are charged with renewable energy every night so you can enjoy your time on the water as long as you like. The boats are very stable, unsinkable and of course the rental is accompanied by free life vests in different sizes. Canal Company 31. Has four rental locations two-seater canal bikes cost 8 per person per hour. Venetian Gondola 32. You can also rent a gondola . hand made by an Amsterdam girl who traveled to Venice to learn the craft and build her own Gondola which she brought back to Amsterdam. Watch a movie at one of the over 55 cinemas . Amsterdam for free edit The Flower Market A day in Amsterdam without spending a penny . stroll along the canals, see the Begijnhof, smell the flowers at the Bloemenmarket, visit the Albert Cuypstraat market, see the Magere Brug and relax in the Vondelpark. Diamond factories in Amsterdam offer free guided tours, such as at Gassan Diamonds and Coster Diamonds . The Eye film museum has an interesting free permanent exhibition in the basement. Ferry over the River IJ 33 The GVB ferries that run on the north side of central station are free of charge and provide nice views of the harbor and skyline, as described above . Free lunch concerts are held at the: The Royal Concertgebouw ( Het Koninklijk Concertgebouw ), Concertgebouwplein 10 ( Tram 3,5,12,16,24 ), 0031 20 6718345. 34. -. World famous for amazing acoustics, beautiful architecture and being home to The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Concerts are scheduled almost daily and are performed by the worlds best musicians, orchestras and conductors. There is a free lunchtime concert every Wednesday at 12.30pm (September-June). Consider taking a guided tour to explore the buildings amazing architecture. The guided tour comes highly recommended: English-spoken, 10, approx. 75 minutes. scheduled on Sun-12.30pm, Mon-5pm, Wed-1.30 pm. - ( 52.356309. 4.879060 ) 160edit Het muziektheater 35 Holds a free lunchtime concert at Tuesdays. MuziekGebouw aant IJ 36 This theatre has a free concert once a month (every second Tuesday at 12:30PM). Ignatiushuis Every Tuesday at 12:30. Entrance at Beulingstraat 11. Check out the programme. Westerkerk 37 Church at Prinsengracht which has free organ concerts every Friday at 1PM. Friday night skate 38 Put on your skates, and join the popular weekly skate tour (since 1997), a different route every week. NEMO Panorama terrace 39 During summer the Nemo Science museum has a panorama roof terrace on its roof with deckchairs with free entry. OBA Amsterdams Public Library 40 - Read newspapers and magazines or relax at Amsterdams main library at Oosterdokskade. The cafe terrace at the top of the building offers the best free view over the city. Internet is no longer free. Rijksmuseum garden 41 a curious collection of architecture, free entrance during museum opening times. Stadsarchief 42 The citys archive on Vijzelstaat often has free exhibitions. The Schuttersgallerij (Civic Guards Gallery) is a hidden passageway filled with 15 enormous 17th-century paintings entrance is free to the public during museum hours. Known as the Schuttersgalerij (Civic Guards Gallery), the collection features massive and meticulously realistic portraits of wealthy citizens from the Dutch Golden Age, the same class of subjects Rembrandt depicted in the most famous of Civic Guard paintings, Nightwatch. You can find it just inside the arched gateway to the Amsterdam Museum at Kalverstraat 92. Vondelpark open-air theatre 43 Open air theatre at the citys main park running during the summer on Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays. Additionally, there are several other festivals in Amsterdam, many of them free, as listed below. Bostheater open-air theatre 44 Open air theatre at the Amsterdam forrest, on sundays often free karaoke parties are thrown. If you take some food you can use their BBQ to grill your food for free. For more info also see bospit.nl Festivals edit Amsterdam is a cultural haven with year-round festivals for every pocket. At crowded festivals, watch out for pickpockets. January Realism Art Fair . A lively art fair in one big hall of the Passenger Terminal Amsterdam, dedicated exclusively to figurative art. Amsterdam International Fashion Week . showing new fashion collections and a whole range of events like fashion photography exhibitions, museum exhibits about clothing, meetings of retailers and parties. February Chinese New Year . Festival through Zeedijk and China town. March Pink Film Days 45. 10 days of LGBTQ films and debates. April Kings Day: (27 April, unless 27th falls on a Sunday, then its 26 April) . The national holiday, nominally in celebration of the Kings birthday is hard to describe to anyone whos never been there. The city turns into one giant mass of orange-dressed people (Amsterdam locals, and another 1 million or so from throughout the country visit the parties in the city) with flea markets, bands playing, and many on-street parties, ranging from small cafes placing a few kegs of beer outside to huge open-air stages hosting world-famous DJs. The Vondelpark is the place for children selling and performing. An experience youll never forget. (BEWARE: it is VERY crowded on this day, so mind your pursewallet . Also be aware that your cell phone will be useless for most of that day as the cell network is guaranteed to break down (for both voice and data) around noon and most of the afternoon. If you want to meet up with people, schedule things beforehand. If you do not like crowds, go out of the city.) May Taste of Amsterdam . A culinary festival where you can explore the food of famous Amsterdam restaurants and their chefs. Art Amsterdam . a modern art fair in the RAI exhibition and conference centre. If you want to know what the latest developments are in Dutch galleries, this is where to find them all in one place. Tulip festival :Every year thousands of people come to see the tulip fields of the Noordoostpolder. The tulip bulbs that were planted a few months ago, have now transformed acres of land into a colorful spectacle. June Holland Festival . famous around the world, this Netherlands performing arts festival brings events from all over the world on the fields of music, opera, theatre and dance. The Open Garden Days . Normally you can see only the front of the canal houses, but during the Open Garden Days you get to go past the entrance and see the green world behind them, many times bigger than you would have expected. You can buy one ticket that gives you entry to all participating gardens, and there is a special canal boat to take you from one location to another. Amsterdam Roots Festival . an open-air (free) festival with music from non-western countries accompanied by paid film and theatre performances in the theatres of surrounding area. July Julidans (July Dance) . International Contemporary Dance Festival, always showing the latest developments in modern dance. JulyAugust Vondelpark Open Air Theatre . This free festival offers many different performances every day. Go to the open air theatre just by the fountain and let the entertainment do the work. From cabaret to drama to concerts to dance, there is something here for everyone and of all ages. Amsterdam International Fashion Week . Twice a year, this event presents young and upcoming fashion in Europe and with a focus on Dutch design. Robeco SummerNights . two months filled with affordable and special concerts, taking place at the prestigious Royal Concertgebouw . Genres range from Classical music to Pop and Jazz. The breathtaking Mirror Hall is transformed into the Robeco Summer Restaurant, offering 3-course gourmet dinners before concerts in the Main Hall. One of many special events, SummerNights Live, offers the opportunity to meet-and-greet musicians after the concert. August De Parade . Martin Luther King Park. Circus turns vintage, on an old-fashioned fairground with many different tents, the performers are each trying to attract their public, featuring spectacles of dance, theatre, magic, art, animation and music. Gay Pride . Amsterdam gay pride on the first weekend in August. One of the biggest festivals in Amsterdam with parties, performances, workshops and a boat parade on the Prinsengracht on Saturday afternoon which is always well worth seeing. Prinsengracht concert . third weekend of August each year. A free open-air classical music concert is held every year on a stage in the middle of the Prinsengracht canal. If you have a little boat, join the crowds and make sure to bring your rose wine or prosecco for full enjoyment. Sail Amsterdam . tall-ships from all over the world come to visit the Amsterdam harbour every 5 years, the next time in 2015. Uitmarkt . The opening of the cultural season in the last weekend of August, it offers a taste of the year to come with 30 min performances at different theaters, an extensive book market and many open-air concerts. ทั้งหมดฟรี September Jordaan Festival . A big inner city street festival celebrating the diversity of this former working class district. Features can include drum bands, a childrens festival, opera and cabaret, a boules competition, a flea market and an auction. Robodock arts festival . A unique festival presenting contemporary art shows in the huge, old NDSM shipyard depot, in the Amsterdam North. The atmosphere is rough, industrial, experimental. A lot of loud music, fire, smoke, noise and heavy machinery are usually elements of these performances. National Restaurant Week . Two times a year, participating restaurants offer a full 3 course dinner for a mere 25 (excl drinks), allowing you to experiment a different restaurant for a change or a chance to eat affordably at one of the famous 5-star restaurants. October Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) . Usually held during the second last weekend in October, this electronic music annual festival gathers cream of the crop faces from the house and techno scenes. Buy your tickets in advance to avoid paying more at the door and queueing for hours on. Besides partying for four nights in a row, the conference offers workshops, seminars, presentations etc. Amsterdam Marathon 46. Tens of thousands of participants run through the city, including the tunnel underneath Rijksmuseum. November Museum Night Museumnacht . Long before the film came out, this night at the museum attracts new crowds at the traditional Amsterdam museums with special performances at unusual locations. Do as the locals do and hire a bike to go from one place to the other. pAn Amsterdam Art and Antique Fair . Third week of November. The biggest national art and antiques fair in the Netherlands. IDFA - International Documentary Filmfestival of Amsterdam 47 160: screening some 200 documentary films and videos, and debates are being held. DecemberJanuary Amsterdam light festival . Streets and canals decorated with lights, special boat tours, Christmas canal parade. Photography edit Amsterdam has a range of unique cultural backdrops that appeal to travelling photographers, from its unique architecture to urban street scenes and picturesque canals. Theatre edit Amsterdam has amazing theatres to attract and entertain visitors from around the world. Learn edit Amsterdam is home to three universities, two of which offer summer courses and other short courses (with academic credits). Vrije Universiteit (VU University) 48. Founded in 1880, the VU campus is located southwest of the city centre, and approximately 20 minutes away by bicycle. It is the only Protestant general university in the Netherlands. Universiteit van Amsterdam 49. Founded as the Athenaeum Illustre in 1632, in 1877 it became the University of Amsterdam. With about 25,000 students, the UvA is on three separate campuses in the city centre, plus smaller sites scattered over Amsterdam. The Volksuniversiteit 50. Despite the name, it is not a university, but a venerable institute for public education. Among the many courses are Dutch language courses for foreigners . Work edit Many people plan to move to Amsterdam for a year to relax before settling down. This plan often falls apart at the job phase. Many people will find it difficult to get a suitable job, if they do not speak Dutch. However, hostels and hotels in Amsterdam may need bar staff, night porters etc, who speak English and other languages. There are also specialist websites for English and non-Dutch speakers looking to work in Amsterdam and they are a often a good place to start Octagon Recruitment 51 Blue Lynx - Employment by Language 52. Undutchables 53. Unique 54 and Xpat Jobs55 are all useful resources. Immigration matters are dealt with by the Immigration Service IND 56. Registration is done by both police and municipalities. Immigration policy is restrictive and deliberately bureaucratic. That is especially true for non-EU citizens. European Union citizens do not require a work permit. Australians, New Zealanders and Canadians are afforded a one year working-holiday visa. In general the employer must apply for work permits. Immigration is easier for knowledge migrants earning a gross annual salary of over 45,000 (over 33,000 for those under 30). There are many flexible office solutions in Amsterdam that enable you to rent office space for a short term. See for example Regus57 or the Ph120 flexible office solutions at Prins Hendrikkade 120 58 Buy edit add listing Amsterdam is a huge city. so all individual listings should be moved to the appropriate district articles . and this section should contain a brief overview. Please help to move listings if you are familiar with this city. Individual listings can be found in Amsterdams district articles The main central shopping streets run in a line from near Central Station to the Leidseplein: Nieuwendijk, Kalverstraat, Heiligeweg, Leidsestraat. The emphasis is on clothesfashion, but there are plenty of other shops. They are not upmarket shopping streets, and the north end of Nieuwendijk is seedy. Amsterdams only upmarket shopping street is the P.C. Hooftstraat (near the Rijksmuseum). Other concentrations of shops in the centre are Haarlemmerstraat Haarlemmerdijk, Utrechtsestraat, Spiegelstraat (artantiques), and around Nieuwmarkt. There is a concentration of Chinese shops at Zeedijk Nieuwmarkt, but it is not a real Chinatown. The interesting little shops are located in the side streets of the main canals (Prinsengracht Keizersgracht Herengracht), and especially in the Jordaan - bounded by Prinsengracht, Elandsgracht, Marnixstraat and Brouwersgracht. The partly gentrified neighbourhood of De Pijp - around Ferdinand Bolstraat and Sarphatipark - is often seen as a second Jordaan. Fashion amp Museum District 59. Located in Amsterdam Zuid, this is considered the chic area for shopping in Amsterdam, close to the Museum district, the PC Hooftstraat and the Cornelis Schuytstraat have some of the finest designer shops in the city, including designer shoes, health and well-being specialists, massage, fashion boutiques, designer interiors, designer florists and specialist shops. In the older areas surrounding the centre, the main shopping streets are the Kinkerstraat, the Ferdinand Bolstraat, the Van Woustraat, and the Javastraat. The most ethnic shopping street in Amsterdam is the Javastraat . There are toy stores and clothing shops for kids in the centre, but most are in the shopping streets further out, because thats where families with children live. You can find plus size clothing in the centre of Amsterdam. CampA, and HampM are both on the main shopping streets from the Central station. A bit further from the city centre you can find Mateloos, Promiss, Ulla Popken as well as several stores by chain MampS mode. A give-away shop can be found at Singel 267, open Tuesdays and Thursdays 17:00-19:00 and Saturdays 12:00-17:00. English-language books can mostly be found in the Old Centre. Large Dutch bookstores also carry a selection of foreign language books. Street markets edit Street markets originally sold mainly food, and most still sell food and clothing, but they have become more specialised. A complete list of Amsterdam markets (with opening times and the number of stalls) can be found at online at Hollandse Markten 60 and Amsterdam.info 61 in English. Albert Cuyp Market Albert Cuyp . Largest in Amsterdam, best-known street market in the country. Can get very crowded, so watch out for pickpockets. Monday to Saturday from about 9AM until around 5PM. Ten Katemarkt . 3rd largest in Amsterdam. Monday to Saturday from about 8AM until around 5PM. Food, households, flowers and clothing. Dappermarkt . In the east, behind the zoo, and was voted best market in the Netherlands. Monday to Saturday from about 8AM until around 5PM. Lindengracht . In the Jordaan, selling a wide range of goods, fruit and vegetables, fish and various household items. Saturday only. 9AM to 4PM. Tram 3 or 10 to Marnixplein, and a short walk along the Lijnbaansgracht. Lapjesmarkt . Westerstraat, in the Jordaan. A specialist market concentrating on selling cloth and material for making clothes, curtains etc. Mondays only. 9AM to 1PM. Tram 3 or 10 to Marnixplein. Noordermarkt . In the historical Jordaan area of the city. On Monday morning (9AM to 1PM) the Noordermarkt is a flea market selling fabrics, records, second-hand clothing etc, and forms part of the Lapjesmarkt mentioned above. On Saturday (9AM to 4PM), the Noordermarkt is a biological food market, selling a wide range of ecological products like organic fruits and vegetables, herbs, cheese, mushrooms etc, there is also a small flea market. Tram 3 or 10 to Marnixplein, and a short walk down the Westerstraat. Eat edit add listing Individual listings can be found in Amsterdams district articles Smoking Ban Smoking is banned in all Dutch bars and restaurants, although many bars and cafes have sealed smoking rooms (rookkamerrookruimte) in which smoking is permitted. Places to eat edit There is a large diversity of restaurants in Amsterdam, especially if you are looking for Asian cuisine, although much of it is tailored to the fairly bland local tastes and might not have the fire you would expect. The influence of the Dutch colonial past is apparent, as can be seen in the wide array of Indonesian restaurants. Jordaan Jordaan is for Amsterdam standards a geographically large neighborhood and offers a lot of options for dining, but particularly the Tweede Tuindwarsstraat and neighboring streets host a variety of lovely restaurants. La Perla is famous for its wood-oven pizzas, Burger Patio offers a chance for Mediterranean-style dining outside and La Oliva offers Cantabarian-Basque tapas. The first and only Afghan restaurant of the city, Mantoe, can be found on the Tweede Leliedwarsstraat. Nieuwmarkt Most Asian restaurants are clustered at the Zeedijk in Nieuwmarkt, for this reason often dubbed as Amsterdams Chinatown. Its also home to many tokos . small Asian grocery stores that sell Eastern food and spices. Indonesian restaurants are usually of excellent quality, but Indian ones can be expensive. Chinatown also offers plenty of Chinese, Thai and Japanese restaurants. Damstraat Is a fairly busy road filled with small and cheap Chinese and Middle Eastern restaurants - expect sticky tables, but its definitely a good place for budget travellers. The numerous falafel bars have a good value, often sporting a all you can pile salad bar. Nieuwezijds Kolk Hosts a lot of Indian and Japanese restaurants and for instance an ice cream parlor Bakkerij van der Linde. Its officially a bakery, but they dont sell bread, but Amsterdams most famous whipped ice cream, lovely almond cookies and cakes. The texture is really creamy and soft, it melts easy and they put it in a cone with a soup spoon. A small ice cream costs 1 euro, a big one 2. Surinamese food is widely available and worth a try. The highest concentration of Surinamese restaurants can be found in the South, especially in the Albert Cuypstraat . A good example can be found in Surinaams-Chinees Afhaalcentrum Albina at Albert Cuypstraat 69. It costs 6 and very good. If you arrive around dinnertime you probably have to wait for a table. The surroundings are depressing but the food is so good you will come back anyway. Locals recommend the roti with bone, the moksi meti, petjil and Bojo as dessert. Try the Dawet as well this typical drink is made from milk, coconut milk and rose sirup and has sago balls in it (tastes like cough syrup). Most kids like it. Eetcafe s is Dutch for bars that serve evening and night time meals. Many restaurants of all kinds can be found in the Haarlemmer Neighborhood (north of Jordaan), and in the narrow streets crossing the two. Also worth trying is the Van Woustraat in the Pijp, or continue to the Rijnstraat in the Rivierenbuurt. Exquisite but expensive restaurants can be found in the Utrechtsestraat. Local specialities edit Local cheese Buy some at the Albert Cuyp market, Dappermarket or at specialist cheese shops found around central Amsterdam. Dutch cheese is traditionally firm, and is made in large wax-covered wheels, and falls into two main categories - Young and Old. Within those categories, there exists a rich variety. Among the more unusual young cheeses is cumin (Komijn) cheese, which is particular to the Netherlands. Sheep (Schapen) and goat (Geiten) cheeses are also common. Old (Oud) cheese can be made of any sort of milk, and is often reminiscent of Italian parmesan in consistency and sharpness of flavour. Ossenworst A raw beef sausage with nice spices. Originally from Amsterdam. Amsterdam has several small local beer breweries, like Brouwerij t IJ . Bierfabriek . De Bekeerde Suster and De Prael . They make very good beers. At Herengracht 90 youll find Proeflokaal Arendsnest . serving a large collection of Dutch beers, including those from Amsterdam. Also check out bitterballen . a kind of fried meatball, and the kroketten (the same, but shaped like a cylinder). Last but not least, dont forget to try a traditional herring or a broodje haring (herring sandwich), available from fish stalls around the city. Herring in Amsterdam is usually served with onions and pickles. A good try is the fish stand on the Koningsplein near the Flower Market. If youre visiting in late November or December, you can enjoy oliebollen . which are round blobs of sweet fried dough embedded with raisins (sultanas) and dusted with powdered sugar. Places to avoid edit You might consider avoiding some of the steak houses or fast food shops in the centre - they could be tourist traps. It is typically Dutch to eat fast food snacks from a coin-operated wall machine. Although the quality is generally good, do this at your own risk. Budget edit All the bigger supermarkets are cheap and have all kinds of meals ready-to-eat. Dont expect any quality though. Youll find good food for a low price at the day markets, especially when theyre almost closing at the end of the afternoon. For budget meal, check out also the various Falafel and Shoarma restaurants around the Damstraat and Muntplein . They usually include in the dish a large amount of salad. Lange Leidsedwarsstraat (just off Leidseplein) has about five Italian restaurants that sell pasta or pizza for 5. Drink edit add listing Amsterdam is a huge city. so all individual listings should be moved to the appropriate district articles . and this section should contain a brief overview. Please help to move listings if you are familiar with this city. Amsterdams famously wild nightlife caters to all tastes and budgets. Bars and pubs edit The archetypical Amsterdam watering hole is the bruine (brown bar or brown caf), a neighborhood pub of sorts with gorgeous dark wood panelling 8212 hence the name 8212 and booths. These do not sell cannabis, see coffeeshops below for that. Popular entertainment areas with lots of bars are the Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein . Nightclubs edit The nightclubs in Amsterdam are not as rough as one might think. Many nightclubs are grouped at Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein in the Canal Ring. As these two squares are also the typical tourist traps of Amsterdam, prices are relatively high and there are lots of scams. You cant go wrong at Melkweg . Sugarfactory and Paradiso . three live music venues that usually have a large queue in weekends. Paradiso has the best interior, as it used to be a church, while Melkweg feels more like a nightclub. Sugarfactory is a little more intimate and is a multidisciplinary platform for young talent. Jimmy Woo is an impressive VIP-room, but their dress code is very strict. There are also some nightclubs in Eastern Amsterdam (notably Panama ) and near Westerpark. Technominimal lovers go to De School in the Jan van Breemenstraat, just outside the city centre (West). The club is a new initiative of the group that started Trouw, the famous techno nightclub that was closed down in 2015. Amsterdams gay nightlife is not what it used to be, but there is still an active community at the Reguliersdwarsstraat in the Canal Ring and at Club Church. The annual gay pride in August is a fun event that can be attended by gays and straights alike. Coffeeshops edit Amsterdam is renowned for its liberal drug policy . Coffeeshops, not to be confused with coffeehouses or cafes, are allowed to sell cannabis and hash for personal use (not more than 5 grams). While technically still illegal, mostly to comply to international treaties, personal use of (soft) drugs are regulated by the Ministry of Justice under an official policy of gedogen literally this means to accept or tolerate . legally it is a doctrine of non-prosecution on the basis that action taken would be so highly irregular as to constitute selective prosecution. The city council of Amsterdam allows coffeeshops to operate only with the provision of set, non-transferable licenses as shown by an official green and white sticker on the window of a coffeeshop. Coffeeshops are to sell only soft drugs (such as cannabis), selling of other drugs is not allowed. Also selling of dried hallucinogenic mushrooms is not allowed. That said, drug usage is increasingly being strictly controlled by the Dutch government. Garish advertising is not allowed (look for red-yellow-green rasta colors and the English word coffeeshop) no alcohol or edible cannabis products may be sold inside a coffeeshop customers who want to smoke their weed mixed with tobacco are limited to special sealed smoking areas the amount of coffeeshops has decreased significantly since 1995 coffeeshops within a 250 meter school zone have been closed down and the usage of magic mushrooms has been forbidden since December 2008 (after two fatal incidents with foreign tourists). Still there are about 250 coffeeshops in Amsterdam, most of them in the Old Centre. Prices hover around 7.50 for 1 gram, with the average joint holding around 0.33g and a 5gperson sales limit. Most coffeeshops are happy to recommend varieties and prepare your joint for you. Some offer vaporizersinhalators for people who dont want to smoke. Using (soft) drugs is not allowed in public places, though in reality it will never be an issue. Just stay away from childrens playgrounds and schools. Many coffeeshops offer a smoking lounge where soft drugs may be used. Also note that despite the confusion on the subject, the Netherlands-wide smoking ban applies only to tobacco. However, since the Dutch commonly smoke tobacco mixed with their marijuana or hash, many coffeeshops, especially those unaccustomed to tourists, may require all smoking to be done in a separated smoking section or outdoors (this is far more common in coffeeshops outside of Amsterdam). Most central coffeeshops with large tourist clienteles will allow marijuana or hash smoking in their entire space, requiring you to smoke in the separated section only if your joint contains tobacco. Many coffeeshops also provide a non-tobacco herbal filler for those who find pure joints too strong. You may usually smoke joints containing this herbal filler anywhere within the coffeeshop although individual house rules may vary. If in doubt, always ask the staff. Amsterdam is a huge city. so all individual listings should be moved to the appropriate district articles . and this section should contain a brief overview. Please help to move listings if you are familiar with this city. Bulldog . 62. Chain of touristy coffeeshops. Grey Area . Tiny, but famous for their outstanding weed, especially American strains. The Bluebird - one of the best selections of pot in Amsterdam. De Kuil (420 Cafe) Global Chillage - Good produce and nice tunes but uncomfortable seating. Barneys 63. Multiple Cannabis Cup winner. Kadinsky - 2 coffeshops, across the smaller one (at Damrak) is the Kadinsky Bar where you can order alcohol amp smoke your goods. Hill Street Blues - lively atmosphere but buy cannabis elsewhere. Club Media - Completely organic menu, fair selection, good prices, lovely staff, free fruit Katsu - Just around the corner from Media, good prices nice atmosphere. The Greenhouse - usually pretty crowded but when warm or if you can get a seat definitely one of the nice coffeeshops near the red light. Also has a bar next door. De Dampkring - three locations, bought out Pink Floyd and renovated it. Original shop featured in a scene in Oceans 12. Very decent hashish (Rifman products), rather high prices. De Kroon . Abraxas . Homegrown Fantasy . The Jungle (Het Oerwoud) - Good selection of pre-rolled joints sorted on strength (from beginner to expert). Has two pool tables. The Otherside . - Gay coffeeshop. Betty Too - Absolute gem, cozy and friendly place with moderate prizes and interesting, international crowd. Sleep edit add listing This guide uses the following price ranges for a standard double room: Individual listings can be found in Amsterdams district articles Amsterdam has over 400 registered hotels of varying standards from budget facilities to some of the most expensive hotels in Europe. Advance booking is recommended, especially for weekends and holidays. Dont expect youll find an affordable bed once youre here. Most hotels and hostels can be found in the Old Centre. notably south of central station, and in the South around the Museum Quarter. Charming boutique accommodation can be found in the wealthy residential Canal Ring. home to the rich and famous and its squares are the prime nightlife spots of the city. The Jordaan is another area for hip boutique accommodations, slightly upmarket, but still for mid-range prices. Some cheaper hostels can also be found in the Red Light District. A simple bed in a hostel starts around 15 on weekdays in the winter and up to 90 on a weekend in the summer. Hostels often expect you to book at least 2 nights in a weekend. A twin room in a budget hotel, 1-2 stars, might cost around 40 on weekdays in the winter and up to 100 on summer weekends. In a three and four star hotel, the prices would range from 100 to 200, depending on season, and five stars hotels can cost between 150 and 400 a night. Do not expect a wide amount of services from cheaper end hostels and hotels. Most of these do not have elevators and have the usual steep staircases if you suffer from vertigo, do get an assurance that you will be getting a first or second floor room or book a hotel that has an elevator. Since the internet business started many Amsterdam visitors prefer book some hotels alternative such as holiday apartments and houseboats. There are several sites offering short term apartments. Here you can book your own apartment Amsterdam Stay 64. A company specialized on accommodation offered by private owners (rooms, apartments and houseboats) is CityMundo 65 Stay safe edit General edit You should take normal precautions against pickpockets and baggage theft, especially in the main shopping streets, in trams and trains, at stations, and anywhere where tourists congregate. Street begging is no longer common in Amsterdam, since the police take a harder line. Some beggars are addicts, some are homeless, and some are both. What looks like a footpath, especially along a canal bank, may be a bike lane. Bike lanes are normally marked by redpurple tiles or asphalt, and a bike icon on the ground. However, the colour fades over time, so you might miss the difference. Dont expect cyclists to be kind to pedestrians: some consider the side-walk an extension of the road, to be used when it suits them. Never stay or walk on the bike path or street for extended periods of time, as you will be greeted only by angry bell ringing. Keep in mind that for many Amsterdammers, the bike is their main means of transportation, they are not biking for fun but to get to an appointment or work on time. So dont be in the way. For the bike theft problem see above, Get around. Watch out for trams when crossing the street. Taxis are also allowed to use some tram lanes, and even if not allowed, they often use them anyway. Groups of women visiting the Red Light District at night might feel harassed in the aggressive environment, though this is said to be the safest area because of the police presence. Keep to main streets and groups. Do not take photographs of the prostitutes . you will be yelled at or worse. Although not really dangerous, women especially might want to avoid the narrow lane north of the Oude Kerk (Old Church) after dark as the atmosphere can be quite intimidating. Neighborhoods edit Safe and unsafe neighborhoods in Amsterdam Amsterdam is actually one of the safest cities in the world. International consultancy Mercer ranked Amsterdam 13 out of 215 world cities for personal safety in its 2010 Quality of Life Survey. 66 Journeywoman calls Amsterdam female-friendly and recommends it as a city where women travelling alone should feel comfortable and safe. 67 However, there are differences between the neighborhoods. While its filled with all types of people during the day, the Red Light District does attract seedier visitors and vagrants after sunset. But plenty of police too. Some visitors even describe the district as Disney Land. You may want to avoid walking alone in parks at night. The Bijlmer and Slotervaart in West still have a bad name regarding violence and harassment. With recent urban renewal projects, these neighborhoods have made significant progress in the last few years. Cannabis and other drugs edit It cannot be denied that many tourists come to Amsterdam for the coffeeshops. Coffeeshops (in English but written as one word) sell only soft drugs such as marijuana and hash - asking for other drugs is pointless because coffeeshops are watched closely by the authorities, and nothing will get them closed faster than having hard drugs for sale. Caf is the general name for a place licenced to sell alcohol: a bar. Quality varies. Coffeeshops aimed at tourists are more likely to have overpriced and poor quality products. A simple rule of thumb is: if the place looks good and well-kept chances are their wares will be good as well. Dont just enter a coffeeshop being overwhelmed that its possible at all to buy and consume cannabis openly: be discerning as to the quality. Theres a small chance you will be approached by people offering to sell you hard drugs in the street, especially as you are walking through the Red Light District. Ignoring or failing that a firm refusal is enough - they will not pester you. The selling of drugs in the street is illegal and often dangerous moreover the drugs sold to strangers are usually fake. When they invite you to see the goods, they can lure you into a narrow street and rob you. So-called smartshops do not sell any illegal products, but a range of dietary supplements, including herbal ecstasy - a legal attempt at an ecstasy pill alternative is a complete waste of money and various more or less obscure psychedelic herbs and despite a change in the law, one type of magic mushrooms. Do keep in mind that all hemp related products (except the seeds) are still illegal. This can be confusing for most tourists, who do think hemp products are legal since they are sold in coffeeshops. Hemp products are not legal, rather they are tolerated under the Dutch Opium Act. Read more about the legalities in the article about the Netherlands. Amsterdam plays host to the Cannabis Cup, the most important marijuana related event in the world every year during the week of Thanksgiving. The Cannabis Cup is organized by High Times magazine, and offers both tourists and natives the chance to enjoy 5 days of consuming and judging marijuana in different forms. Participants are eligible to pay 199 in advance or 8364250 at the door to obtain a judges pass, which allows entry to the event for all 5 days, admission to numerous concerts and seminars held during the event, the ability to vote on numerous awards that are handed out, and free bus tours to and from the event. Day passes are available for 30 for each day, and certain concerts sell tickets at the door provided they are not already sold out. Contact edit Internet edit If you bring a laptop, tablet or smartphone, many hotels in the city offer wifi free of charge for guests, but inform before making a booking. Plenty of coffee houses and cafs offer free wifi to their consuming guests. If you dont bring your own device youll have a harder time finding internet access. Try the phone shops which cater for immigrant communities in the Netherlands. They usually have one or two terminals. Telephone edit The telephone country code for the Netherlands is 31 . and Amsterdams city code is 020 . You only need to dial the 0 if youre calling from within the Netherlands. Pay phones are increasingly rare as most Dutch people have a mobile phone. Thats why pay phones mostly cater to tourists and can be found around tourist areas, such as the central station. If making local calls from a pay phone, you will need a phone card (5 minimum) as many green KPN telephone booths do not accept coins. blueorange Telfort booths accept both coins and cards. The KPN booths are currently being replaced by newer models, which will accept coins again. There are very few public telephones on the streets or in public transport stations in the Netherlands. If you need to make a call and do not have access to a local phone or hotel phone, it is best to go to a call centre or use a calling service over the internet (like Skype, for example). Most payphones require phone cards which can be bought at post offices and some delis, although the cards are increasingly hard to find. Also, as in any area, some of the pay phones are scams. If you do need to use a payphone, call the free customer service number listed on the payphone first to make sure the phone is actually in service. When you call the customer service number listed on the phone, if you get a recorded message or number not in service message in Dutch or English, then DONT put your money or credit card into the phone. Phones run by BBG Communications, common in Europe and the U.S. have repeatedly been alleged to make fraudulent charges with credit cards used in their phone, for calls that were never made. If you really do need a pay phone, they can be found in groups of six near the main entrance of the Central Station. There are phone shops (belwinkel) all over the city. Outside the city centre, they mostly serve immigrants calling their home country at cheap rates. If your smartphone breaks, there is a company Terello that fixes phones on the spot. Within an hour they come to you to fix your phone. If you have a simlock-free European GSM mobile phone (suitable for GSM 9001800 networks), consider buying a prepaid simcard . You can buy these in any electronics store, and they are often the same price as buying a KPN phonebooth card. Calling then is a lot cheaper than using pay phones, and you are mobile. When budgeting your trip, remember to take the price of the card itself into account. Providers will often list the prices of their plans online without the price of the sim too while this makes sense for a resident of the Netherlands who already owns a sim, you may need to spend as much as 19 on the simcard itself. Sims can be bought at any size necessary. For pre-paid dataplans, Lebara and Lyca Mobile have outlets at Schiphol Airport selling SIM cards (typically 10 for 150 to 120MB data plans). A list of pre-paid SIM providers can be found here. Cope edit Publications edit Dutch News 68. Brings daily news from The Netherlands in English. Emergency Services edit Emergency numbers The general emergency number you can call in Amsterdam is 112 . The operator who answers speaks both Dutch and English. Speak slowly and the right help is sent to the location. If you need to get in contact with the police, you should call the number 0900-8844. Dentist Amsterdam . English (and other foreign language) speaking dentists in Amsterdam that provide emergency dental care service. Religious services edit Holy Mass in Catholic churches (Overview of Cath. Masses in the city centre (English): 69 ): Begijnhofkapel (HH. Joannes en Ursula), Begijnhof 29. 70 Sun: 10PM 11:15PM (in French) Mon-Fri: 9AM, 5PM Sat: 9AM. De Krijtberg (St. Franciscus Xaverius), Singel 448 (stop Koningsplein of trams 1, 2, 5). 71 Sat: 12:30PM, 5:15PM Sun: 9:30AM 11:00AM (Latin), 12:30AM, 5:15PM Mon-Fri: 12:30PM, 5:15PM. Onze Lieve Vrouwekerk . Keizersgracht 220218 B (stop Westermarkt of trams 6, 13, 14, 17 or busses 21, 170, 172). 72 Sat: 7PM Sun: 11:15AM, 1:00PM (surinam.) Mon-Fri (chapel): 12:15PM, 7:30PM. Papegaai (HH. Petrus en Paulus), Kalverstraat 58 (by feet 20 min from central station). Sat: 5:30PM Sun: 10:30AM (Latin), 12:15PM (Latin) Mon-Sat: 10:30AM. Zusters van Moeder Teresa . Amsterdam-Badhoevedorp, Egelantierstraat 147 (city centre). Sun: 3:00PM Mon-Sat: 07:30AM. Vrouwe van alle volkeren . Diepenbrockstraat 3 (near to RAI congress centre), tel. 31 20 662-0504. Su 09:30, 11:15 M-Sa 12:15 Tu 19:15. Parish of the Blessed Trinity . Zaaiersweg 180, 1097 ST Amsterdam, Tel: 31 20 465-2711, 777-2740. Mass in English, Su 10:30 amp 12:00. English language worship for Protestants edit English Reformed Church . Begijnhof 48, 1012 WV Amsterdam, telephone 31 20 624-9665. Service at 10:30 Sundays. An English language Reformed Church led by a (Presbyterian) Church of Scotland minister. Old Catholic Church (a Dutch denomination in communion with the Church of England - Anglican) Parochie van de H.H. Petrus en Paulus amp H.H. Johannes en Willibrordus . Ruysdaelstraat 39. Eucharist 10:00 Sundays (in Dutch) The older generation of Dutch people tend to be more religious. Consulates edit Get out edit Direct trains connect Amsterdam to Paris. to major Belgian cities like Brussels and Antwerp. and to German cities like Cologne. Frankfurt and Berlin. The ticket machines directly sell tickets to nearby destinations in Belgium and Germany, for longer journeys you will need to consult the international ticket office at the west end of the Central Station. CityNightLine trains run directly from Amsterdam Central Station to Milan. Vienna. Copenhagen. Prague. Warsaw. Moscow. Munich. Innsbruck. and Zurich (reservation compulsory). Almost any place in the Netherlands can be reached within 3 hr of rail travel. To make more sense, day trips can be divided into those close to the city (about 30 min by public transport) and those further afield. North Holland edit Alkmaar - historic town with its cheese market Enkhuizen - interesting small town with the Zuiderzee Museum . that shows how people used to live with the persistent danger of the sea Hoorn - historic city with a medieval city centre and several historic museums Haarlem the closest of the historic cities, just 15 minutes from Amsterdam centre by train Muiden formerly a small port at the mouth of the Vecht river, it boasts the Muiderslot . the best-known castle of the country, from april through october connected by a tourist ferry from Amsterdam Naarden surrounded by a complete ring of 17th-century fortifications Hilversum affluent town known for its magnificent town hall, also offers cycling tours through forests and the heath Waterland and Zaan Region picturesque villages a short trip from the city Zaanse Schans historic windmills, tradesmen workshops and an open-air museum Zandvoort closest beach resort to Amsterdam Further destinations edit Delft well-known for its typical blue and white ceramics Gouda historic town famous for its Gouda cheese and the cheese market s-Hertogenbosch typical city for the Southern Netherlands. goes crazy during carnival Keukenhof a seasonal attraction in the Spring, these enormous flower fields are popular among travellers Kinderdijk this authentic network of windmills shows the typical Dutch countryside at its best Leiden vibrant student town with the countrys oldest university and several museums Rotterdam has a history of rivalry with Amsterdam, and a completely different atmosphere with modern architecture The Hague ( Den Haag ) political heart of the country, Madurodam, and Scheveningen. the most popular beach of the country Utrecht historic town that has a less-ambitious canal system Routes through AmsterdamThis site uses cookies 8211 small text files that are placed on your machine to help the site provide a better user experience. 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This site is operated and issued by Mako Europe Limited, the parent company of all the Mako Groups UK firms which are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Details of the Mako Groups individual regulated firms can be found at register.fca.org.uk Mako Europe Limited is a company registered under the laws of England and Wales, Company Registration No.05015714. Registered Office: 2nd Floor, Broadgate Quarter, 9 Appold Street, London, EC2A 2AP, United Kingdom. Mako Global Derivatives Partnership LLPs (MGD) registered office is at 2 nd Floor, Broadgate Quarter, 9 Appold Street, London EC2A 2AP. MGD is registered under the laws of England and Wales under Company Registration No. OC306610, and is authorised and regulated by the FCA under Reference Number 231154. Mako Fixed Income Partnership LLPs (MFI) registered office is at 2 nd Floor, Broadgate Quarter, 9 Appold Street, London EC2A 2AP. 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All legal notices and communications to the Mako Group should be addressed to Head of Legal, Mako Europe Limited, whose registered office is at 2nd Floor, Broadgate West, 9 Appold Street, London EC2A 2AP. Registered under the laws of England amp Wales under Company Registration No. 05015714. The VAT number for Mako Europe Limited is 835679581. In the United Kingdom, Mako Global Derivatives Partnership LLP (FRN 231154), Mako Financial Markets Partnership LLP (FRN 231157), Mako Fixed Income Partnership LLP (FRN 210887) and Mako Global Investors LLP (FRN 576153) are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Details can be found at fca.org.uk Visit mako to return to the main site. A diversified financial services business By challenging industry norms and embracing change, Mako aims to be at the forefront of its field, offering proven risk management and bespoke client services. Mako has a track record of consistent and long-term high performance underpinned by a dynamic and entrepreneurial culture. Mako remains committed to trusted partnerships with investors, clients, and counterparties and to social responsibility. Since 1999, Mako has evolved from being a niche trading house into a diverse financial services group. FOUNDED, 1999 Mako is founded through a management buy out of Saratoga, a London-based options trading company. MARKET CHANGE, 2000 London business moves from open outcry to screen traded markets following close of LIFFE floor. COMMODITIES, 2000 Mako Commodities Trading is established in Chicago, US. Founder and Chairman David Segel is Founder and Chairman of the Mako Group, serving the company and its network of businesses with guidance on strategic initiatives, major partnerships and developing new assets. David currently operates a family office, SGL, as the platform for overseeing a business portfolio in entertainment, tech and media activities, as well as philanthropy. He is a co-founder and Board Chairman of the independent motion picture producer Mpower Pictures. Davids most recent venture is a tech startup, SDI - whose technology have developed proprietary methods for processing data to be used by digital media companies, content providers, distributors, and third-party app developers. Other notable commercial investments include a bespoke aircraft management and charter business, Peak Aero, an advanced training school for jet owner-pilots, SGL Aviation, and a digital communications agency, SGLMedicast. SGL operates the digital bi-monthly magazine, Telescope Mag, of inspirational content. David is an avid outdoorsmen, a competitive sailor in Swan class and J70 class. Hes a qualified airplane pilot and operates bush planes and warbirds as well as corporate jets. He has explored much of the unvisited world, including a trip on skis to the true north pole in 2004, and a shorthanded journey on a Rigid Inflatable Boat through the NorthWest Passage from Newfoundland to upper Alaska in 2010. Chris Welsh Chris is Chief Executive Officer of the Mako Group. Chris is responsible for the oversight and development of the full breadth of the Groups activities as well as the management of Makos external relationships. Chris oversees all new Group strategies and business development opportunities. Chris joined Mako in 2001 as a proprietary trader focusing on Risk Arb and Credit Driven strategies and became a strategic adviser to the Group CEO in 2002. In 2003, Chris set up and led an OTC and structured equity sales business. He took responsibility for overseeing the Mako Group business in 2006. Prior to working at Mako, Chris was part of the Credit Exposure Management team at Credit Suisse. He began his career at Morgan Stanley on the Graduate Analyst Program and was a member of the Morgan Stanley Foundation. Chris is committed to extending Makos philanthropic efforts. He is a Trustee of a WeSeeHOPE, a charity which strives to provide opportunities and support to vulnerable orphans and children throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Chris has a BA Economics, Heriot-Watt University and is a Chartered Accountant. Roger Heaton Head of Business Development Head of Business Development Roger is responsible for business development across the Group. He provides extensive experience and strategic insight to Makos new and existing business initiatives. Roger has over 20 years experience in derivatives and the wider financial services industry. Roger joined Mako in 2002 as Head of Equity Sales for Mako Financial Markets, building on his relationships with a number of European pension funds, insurance companies and asset managers. Over time, Roger has taken a more central role within the Mako Group, with a focus on asset management, both internal and external, and new business development. In 2012, he was instrumental in the setting up of Makos new Investment Manager, Mako Global Investors LLP (MGI). Prior to joining Mako, Roger spent 10 years at GNI, a futures and options broker, in both Frankfurt and London. He gained experience in a range of financial products including fixed income and equity futures and options, CFDs and cash equities. Roger has a joint honours degree in French and German from Kings College London. Kevin Sweet Kevin is Makos Chief Technology Officer and founding partner of the Mako Group. Kevin is the architect of Makos proprietary trading system and is the principal author of its pricingrisk management and order routing infrastructure. Kevin was the Head of Technology for the London-based options trading firm Saratoga for two years before Mako was founded. Between 1993 and 1998, Kevin was a partner in the Chicago-based options trading firm Hull Trading Company where he was the lead developer of Hulls electronic trading arm prior to its purchase by Goldman Sachs. Prior to his career in finance, Kevin worked at Science Horizons from 1989 to 1993 where he developed seismic data acquisition and processing systems used for Nuclear Test Ban Treaty monitoring. From 1985 to 1989 he worked at Systems, Science and Software modeling nuclear weapons effects. Kevin received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering (1985) and a Masters degree in Applied Mechanics (1988) from the University of California, San Diego where he was pursuing a PhD in Structural Mechanics. Kevin has been a member of the University of California, Berkeley Parents Board for charitable giving. Trystan Morgan Schauer Trystan Morgan Schauer Trystan is Makos Chief Operating Officer whose primary role is to direct and co-ordinate Makos internal operational activities across sales, trading and asset management. Trystan helps shape strategic vision while overseeing the planning and implementation of strategic goals. Trystan joined Makos risk team in 2006 and became Head of Risk for the Group in 2013 with responsibility for the management of the Groups market and operational risk, the implementation of company policies and regulatory guidelines. Trystan has wide-ranging experience of risk and operations across a number of different business strategies and has an informed understanding of developments and regulation across the industry. Trystan began his career at Certus, a risk management consultancy, first in operations and subsequently as a risk analyst. During this time Trystan was also responsible for managing the operations of a charity, Life Of Your Own, set up to support individuals subject to exclusion to live in the community. Trystan has a degree in Mechanical Engineering with Aeronautics from Brunel university. James Cole Head of Trading Miles has extensive industry and product knowledge as well as strong and far-reaching relationships with institutional clients, service and liquidity providers. He joined MFM to set up and run the fixed income sales trading business in 2001 and was appointed head of the business in 2014. Miles embarked on his career in finance in 1987 with Cobbald Roach working as a European equities trader before moving on to work for County Natwest. He extended his trading experience by moving to Germany and trading on the Munich Stock Exchange floor for a number of years. Miles moved to Frankfurt in 1993 to work for GNI, a futures and options broker, before transferring to London in 1995 and subsequently joined Salomon Brothers on the derivatives desk in 1998. Miles is committed to charitable giving and chairs Makos Charity Committee which administers and oversees the Groups philanthropic activities. He is also an ambassador of WeSeeHOPE and works with his local community. Miles is also a fluent German speaker. Alistair Heaton-Armstrong Head of MGI, COO Head of MGI, COO Alistair is Mako Global Investors (MGI) Chief Operating Officer and is responsible for the day to day running of MGIs investment management business. Alistair led the set up and launch of MGIs LongShort Equity fund in 2014. Alistair was previously the Managing Director of Capstone Investment Advisors UK LLP between 2008 and 2014, which manages a volatility arbitrage hedge fund, where he had responsibility for all aspects of the business across European trading, risk and local operations. Alistair was a member of the Executive Team and the Risk Committee. Between 2003 and 2008, Alistair worked at Mako and was Head of Mako Financial Markets for three years with responsibility for operational management and strategic planning including the design and execution of the sales and marketing strategy. Before joining Mako in 2003, Alistair worked for five years at KPMG Audit Ltd and KPMG Consulting in London and worked on a variety of financial restructuring, MA, tax and IT integration projects for FTSE 100 companies. He graduated in 1993 with a BSc Joint Honours in GeographyGeology from Bristol University. Richard Berliand Richard Berliands career in the Financial Services sector spans nearly 30 years. He retired from a full time executive role at J.P.Morgan in 2011. During his 23 years with J.P.Morgan, he was involved in multiple asset classes and geographies, most recently as Managing Director leading the Global Cash Equities and Prime Services businesses and chairing the firms Market Structure practice. Since moving into a non-executive role, his governance activities include membership of the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Brse AG in Frankfurt (where he is Deputy Chairman) as well as its Eurex derivatives subsidiaries, Directorship of Man Group plc, Rothesay Life plc and ITRS Group (where is Chairman of the Board). He is also a member of CFTCs Global Markets Advisory Committee in Washington DC. Richards previous roles have included Chairmanship of the Futures Industry Association in Washington and Deputy Chairmanship of LIFFE. In addition to his non-executive work, Richard has built a portfolio of direct private equity participations, primarily in the FinTech sector. Investments include ITRS, operator of the Geneos real-time trading performance monitoring software platform, and CloudMargin, a cross product cloud-based margin management technology solution for the buy-side. Lorraine Baines Lorraine was Mako groups Chief Financial Officer and Director and has been at Mako since 2002. Lorraine brings strong financial acumen and invaluable strategic insight to her role and has a deep understanding of the financial services sector. Between 2000-2002, Lorraine served as Chief Financial Officer for JP Morgans Institutional Trust Business in London. Prior to this, Lorraine had managerial responsibility for financial control at Cedef Asset Management, having joined from Charterhouse Bank where she worked for eight years from 1991. Lorraine embarked on her financial career at Coopers and Lybrand as a chartered accountant. Lorraine is FCA qualified and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from University College Dublin, as well as a Diploma in Professional Accountancy. Angus Winther Angus Winther is a Senior Advisor at Evercore Partners, a leading independent investment banking firm, with over 25 years of corporate finance experience. Angus is based in London and specialises in advising clients who operate in the insurance and diversified financial sectors, and has advised on a number of significant transactions in these sectors over the past few years. Angus was one of the co-founders of Lexicon Partners, the London based corporate finance advisory business which was acquired by Evercore in 2011. He helped grow the business from 5 people in a single team and location to over 100 people based in London, New York and Hong Kong and covering clients in the insurance, financial services, utilities, infrastructure and oil and gas sectors. Prior to founding Lexicon Partners in July 2000, he worked at Donaldson, Lufkin Jenrette, where he also specialised in mergers and acquisitions in the financial institutions sector. He was previously the youngest partner in The Phoenix Partnership, a corporate advisory and private equity business which was acquired by DLJ in 1997, and prior to Phoenix spent four years working for Chase Manhattan Bank. Angus also has a variety of charitable interests, including being the Chairman of WeSeeHope, a charity which strives to provide opportunities and support orphans and vulnerable children across sub-Saharan Africa, and Treasurer of Holy Trinity Brompton, a leading Anglican church based in London. He has a BA Honors degree (2:1) in politics from Durham University. This site uses cookies 8211 small text files that are placed on your machine to help the site provide a better user experience. 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