Accommodation for Wheelchair Users in Amsterdam
Things to do for Wheelchair Users in Amsterdam
The Cultuurpark Westergasfabriek, Jordaan & Westerpark
Culture, history, relaxation and nature. All of these work surprisingly well here and it's also very family friendly. This city park boasts great venues for events and exhibitions, a film theatre, historical factory buildings, a great place to cycle/walk and a range of cafes and bars. Their monthly Sunday market is one not to be missed.
Wynand Fockink , Centre
Founded in the late 1600’s this charming bar offers a great variety of genever (local drink that resembles gin) based drinks. The well-maintained interior gives you a sense of the history of the place. Only open from 3-8pm daily.
Sake & Co, Centre
Specializes in sake (Japanese rice wine) and offers original Asian inspired cocktails. You will find a great selection of classic and modern cocktails as well though.
Moeders, Jordaan & Westerpark
If you want a taste of traditional Dutch food, this is the place to go. A small but very cozy restaurant, Moeders offers several Dutch specialties (hachée, suddervlees en stamppot) and some international dishes as well. If you are unsure of what to get try the Hollandse Rijsttafel, a variety of Dutch delicacies
Amsterdamse Bos, Oud Zuid
The Amsterdamse Bos (Amsterdam Forest) is a big park just outside the city. A marvelous place to relax walking, taking a bicycle ride, having a picnic, rowing on a canoe, or skiing down the snowy slope in the winter.