FEBO Amsterdam Damrak, Amsterdam

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Landmark Tourist Spot
Hunt for souvenirs at FEBO Amsterdam Damrak, an avenue filled with small shops and historical buildings. Many people also come here at night for the large range of choices in restaurants and bars, but if you don't enjoy the party scene, you may want to choose a different location. Currency exchanges are also plentiful here, in case you need to change some bills. A partially filled canal runs along the walkway and serves as a busy route for canal boats. Get here easily via the GVB trams. Use our Amsterdam travel itinerary planner to add FEBO Amsterdam Damrak and other attractions to your Amsterdam vacation plans.
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  • This shows the good and bad of the city,on arrival from a amsterdam central you are greeter by the hustle and bustle of people, trams and what seems seems like millions of old bikes chained up by the ...  more »
  • Damrak is the street connecting the Amsterdam Centraal Station to Dam Square. It was originally a straight stretch (rak) of the river Amstel which had been dammed (at what is now the dam square) leadi...  more »
  • Damrak should be the main thoroughfare between Central Station and Dam Square. Lot of historical buildings on the sides of the street with shops, cafes and piers for canal cruising all along. Not much...  more »
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  • "Febo has given life to a concept that was once popular in the 50's: the concept of the automat. It is like a vending machine for hot and ready food. The food is not the best but it is quick and comforting. It matches the inn the go lifestyle of those in Amsterdam" - Ansel Ponce Diama
  • It is a snack place. Useful when you are hungry.
  • My comfort good... Must-try
  • Tubes of mystery. Very good Dutch snack food
  • Cheap fast food for yhose with the munchies on the go haha.