There are a couple of live webcams in Amsterdam that you can use for free. We listed three of them. With this live webcam Amsterdam you can see what’s going on in Amsterdam at this moment. It’s live, free and fun!
Dam Square is called “De Dam” in Dutch. It’s the main square in the center of Amsterdam and it’s located 750 meters away from Central Station – which was designed by Pierre Cuypers who designed the Rijksmuseum. Dam Square is the historic heart of Holland’s capital and the location of many events of national significance. One of the most important national events held on Dam Square is Remembrance Day.
Amsterdam, Dam Square, National Monument & Royal Palace.
On the Dam you can find the Royal Palace, the New Church, the Wax Museum Madame Tussauds, the department-store De Bijenkorf (translated: “the beehive”) and the National Monument, where the annual National Remembrance Day is held yearly on the 4th of May.
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Amsterdam’s Dam Square, National Monument.
“De Dam” derives its name from its original function: a dam on Amsterdam’s Amstel river. This is how Amsterdam got its name. Built in approximately 1270, the dam formed the first connection between the settlements on the sides of the river.
People waiting in line on the Beursplein at the Amsterdam Stock Exchange.
Damrak is the street that leads up to Dam Square from Amsterdam Central Station, adjacent to Dam Square is Beursplein (stock exchange square). Holland’s current stock exchange can be still be found at this beautiful historic square. The Dutch were the ones who invented stocks.
Amsterdam’s Stock Exchange Square.
The Red Light District – locally known as “De Wallen” – is close to Dam Square and Central Station. This famous area has city’s oldest streets, the oldest houses and one of world’s oldest profession.
A resident of Amsterdam’s Red Light District placed a webcam against his window. Click play to experience live and free footage of De Wallen.
The Oudezijds Voorburgwal is the oldest canal in Amsterdam. Through this webcam can see how people explore the Red Light District by foot, bicycle and by boat.