What's in the neighborhood: Prinsengracht

Dec 01, 2020 | Posted in The Fosbury Life

Prinsengrachtziekenhuis - coworking Amsterdam - Fosbury and Sons Prinsengracht

What's in the neighborhood?


Let's take a walk in the neighborhood! Fosbury & Sons Prinsengracht is located in the vibrant city centre of Amsterdam on one of the cosiest canal streets. There is loads to do: culture, shopping, fancy food restaurants, trendy bars,... and more. We'd love to show you around!


is the largest city park in Amsterdam, located at only 1,8km away from Prinsengracht. The Amsterdammers just love to walk, run and even roller-skate at this famous park. It's the perfect place to do some people-watching, listen to some music or to just laze about in the grass.

Van Baerlestraat & Vondelpark Museum Quarter, Amsterdam



You can find the Rijksmuseum at the Museum Square in the borough Amsterdam South, only 6min by walk from Prinsengracht. This Dutch National Museum is dedicated to arts of the Dutch Golden Age, with some masterpieces of Rembrandt and Johannes Vandermeer. Definitely a must-see.

Museumstraat 1, 1071 XX Amsterdam

"I remember visiting this museum during a school trip in highschool. A very impressive building with some of the most important art works ever made. The most famous work is the Nightwatch by Rembrandt. It was also a highlight of the Amsterdam Marathon to run underneath this building." (Elle, Marketing Lead)



Buffet van Odette is one of the most popular places in Amsterdam for a good plate of food in a beautiful Parisian setting. With just a few minutes of walking distance of Prinsengracht you imagine yourself in Paris. The interior is equally stylish and French furnished. Breakfast, lunch, dinner or maybe just a coffee then, this place makes you don't ever want to leave.

Prinsengracht 598, 1017 KS Amsterdam

"No matter what time of the day you visit Odette’s, you will always find a fine selection of tasty dishes. The restaurant has a beautiful outdoor seating area with a stunning view over the Prinsengracht and the dining room is welcoming and cosy." (Tamar, Hospitality Officer)

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Patisserie Holtkamp is a patisserie like the ones described in old children's books. It's packed in the smallest Art Nouveau interior shop, where you'll get the most indulgent pralines, tarts and cookies from Amsterdam. Trust us, you can't walk past it without stepping inside.

Vijzelgracht 15, 1017 HM Amsterdam

"I just love everything! They have a wide selection of the most beautiful and delicious sweets." (Tamar, Hospitality Officer)



This restaurant located in the city centre is spread over several floors. You can go here from early in the morning and you can stick around for something to eat and drink throughout the day. And that is definitely not a punishment in this beautiful and relaxed environment.

Vijzelgracht 5h, 1017 HM Amsterdam

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The quaint and quirky streets that straddle Amsterdam’s grandest canals form the city’s most photogenic micro-neighborhood. Known to locals as 'De Negen Straatjes' or ‘The Nine Streets’, this special neighborhood is full to bursting with vintage and designer shopping, speciality stores and cosy cafés.

Reestraat – Hartenstraat – Gasthuismolensteeg
Berenstraat – Wolvenstraat – Oude Spiegelstraat
Runstraat – Huidenstraat – Wijde Heisteeg



It's all about drinking natural wines and special beers together in this bright, beautiful building on a corner of the Bilderdijkstraat. The menu changes weekly, and features original dishes in which vegetables generally play a starring role.

Bilderdijkstraat 36, 1052 NB Amsterdam