Amsterdam has a number of wonderful bookshops, but new books in English are usually quite expensive.
Amsterdam.info bookshop is pleased to offer you a variety of books about Amsterdam topics, in association with Amazon.com on-line store:
Packed with opinionated advice on visiting top sights, this new edition offers a healthy dose of back door intimacy with visits to local markets, community theatres, and family-run chocolate shops. It also recommends self-guided walking tours and includes practicalities, such as when to go, planning your time, estimated costs, and lodging options.
This listing of most underground places in Amsterdam is for travelers who want to go beyond convention and sample real life in the world's hippest city. It lists bars, music clubs, cannabis cafes, movable restaurants and other enticing attractions that "Grandma's Guidebook" never considered. This legendary guidebook, written by an Amsterdam resident, leads alternative travelers to the real thing.
This guide shows you what other travel books only tell you!
One of Europe's most picturesque cities is vividly captured in more than 600 full-color photographs, street-by-street maps, and 3-D aerial illustrations. Beyond Amsterdam, the guide covers the cities of Rotterdam, Den Haag, Haarlem, and Bloombollenstreek with photos of the regions, varieties of flovers, Amsterdam's history, art, and culture of its people.
Discovered in the attic where she spent the last years of her life, Anne Frank's diary has since become a world classic. A reminder of horrors of war and a testament to human spirit. In 1942, with Nazis occupying Holland, a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl and her family went into hiding. For the next two years, until their whereabouts were betrayed to the Gestapo, they and another family lived in the "Secret Annex" of an old office building.