We’ll show you the Dutch Street Art Museum and a hidden pocket of street art gems, created by international super stars. Oh, and some cool spots along the way. A great opportunity to enjoy a less crowded Amsterdam, curated by streetartcities.com.Less
Volkshotel, a former dutch newspaper office transformed to a cultural hub and hotel, has a rooftop, that offers a glimpse to Amsterdam’s hottest pocket of murals. To your right, the first one of a series ‘If Walls Could Speak’ by Studio Giftig. Finish your drink, head out, and check out all five buildings on each side!
Just a few feet away from the massive murals on the Platanenweg, there is a smaller painting to be found by Cranio, a talented artist from Sao Paulo. Hint; it’s not on the front of the Student Hotel.
Very cool and cozy spot for a bite and a drink, while enjoying art in Amsterdam. If the weather in Holland is treating you, be sure to go out for a stroll along the Amstel river.
In all honesty, it's a little bit of a tourist trap, but since you are here anyway, check out this beautiful bridge. This Dutch monument is featured in several movies, the most famous one being that Bond movie; 'Diamonds Are Forever'.
A far-from-beige hotel concept within the charming canal belt of Amsterdam. citizenM entwines contemporary design, street art and savvy technology in its iconic community-driven concept. See for yourself – and expect a wow moment at the hotel entrance with a large, striking artwork by Pablo Lucker across the front wall.
STRAAT transformed a former ship wharf at the NDSM into a museum for graffiti and street art. The museum succesfully shares the stories behind the artworks that stay untold in the streets. Definitely worth a visit if you would like to see an impressive collection of artworks by international artists.