Best photography spots in Amsterdam 📸

Amsterdam as the capital of The Netherlands might be relatively small, there are a myriad of picture perfect locations all around the city. I’ve been living in Amsterdam now for two years. Here are a few of my favourite photography spots, including the location on Google Maps.

From left to right we have:

National Maritime Museum by sunrise. Check on Google Maps

Papiermolensluis Prinsengracht-Brouwersgracht. Check on Google Maps

Streets around Dam Square. Check on Google Maps

From left to right we have:

Nieuwendijk in the early winter morning. Check on Google Maps

Bridge at the intersection of Keizersgracht and Leidsegracht. Check on Google Maps

Palace at the Dam Square. Check on Google Maps

From left to right we have:

Saint Nicholas Church from the Wallen district. Check on Google Maps

Saint Nicholas Church from the piers at NEMO. Check on Google Maps

Street art of Anne Frank in NDSM. Check on Google Maps

The EYE from Central Station. Check on Google Maps

Red-light district in the early winter morning. I can’t remember the exact location.

View on the 19th Century police station Raampoort from the Bloemgracht.  Check on Google Maps

I am always looking for better locations, so if you know them and they are not in this list let me know in the comments! If you used my tips during your stay in Amsterdam, also let me know 👍

About The Author

Jeffrey Schipper

Works in the travel industry. Likes mountain biking, scuba diving, running, reading, gaming and photography.

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