superb guide to Amsterdam has splendid illustrations of the city's architecture
including cut-aways of the most important buildings. Detailed maps,
descriptive reviews of restaurants and hotels, attractions in and around
Amsterdam and walking tours leave no tulip unopened. A joy to behold and
a treasury of information about this wonderful city. Highly recommended.
Out Amsterdam Top
notch guide to the good life in the city by locals. Eating, drinking,
dining, smoking, it's all covered in here. Up-to-date.
Amsterdam: A Traveler's Literary Companion by Manfred Wolf (Editor)
Amsterdam is a very inspiring place for authors as this book attests. It contains twenty fascinating stories about Amsterdam divided into sections like "Red Light District", "Gay Amsterdam", "Canals". The stories are in English, and some have been translated from the Dutch yielding a rare look at Amsterdam by Amsterdammers.
UnDutchables: An Observation of the Netherlands; Its Culture and Its
Inhabitants by Colin White, Laurie Boucke.
Dutch are an unusual bunch, and this hilarious book does a good job of
sorting out their eccentricities. Even the Dutch testify as to its
veracity, once they stop laughing. A must if you're going to spend
more than a few days in Holland.
you've perused our Amsterdam
Site, if you want to know more about Coffeeshops, the Red Light district
and those other cool things to do in Amsterdam this is the book to read.
Rough Guide Amsterdam Like
all the Rough guides, this one is geared towards the independent traveler
and has lots of tips for finding what you need in Amsterdam. Good maps
include sights, bars, hotels, restaurants, clubs, and public transport
Gogh's Van Goghs : Masterpieces from the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
by Richard Kendall, Vincent Van Gogh, John Leighton, Van Gogh Museum
you're a fan of Vincent's work and you haven't got a chance to see his
work at the Van Gogh or Kroller-Muller museum, or when it was on tour,
here's you chance to see the master in his glory.
Lonely Planet Amsterdam Map This
sturdy, waterproof map is all you need to navigate Amsterdam's confusing
maze of streets and canals. Includes the many mass transit options.
Living and Working in Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg
by Beverly Laflamme
Whether you're moving to Holland (or Belgium) permanently or just for awhile, this book has indespensible tips on such subjects as finding a job, legal issues & bureaucracy, finding a place to live, services, money matters, vehicles & driving, shopping and entertainment. If you're unfamiliar with these countries, this book is a must! It will save you tons of hassles and aggravations learning the in and outs of these countries.
Dealing With the Dutch
by Jacob Vossestein
The Dutch are a peculiar people, and it's easy to make wrong assumptions about why they behave the way they do. This excellent book will set you straight about Dutch tolerance, money issues, the role of management in business, competition, social issues and more. There's a lot more going on than meets the eye in Holland, and the author shares his insights, as well as those of many foreigners he's interviewed. Once the stereotypes vanish, you're left with an even more intriguing and complex society than you imagine. A must for business people and anyone hoping to understand the Dutch.