Like the other two big canals, this is one of the main arteries of the city. It’s beautiful to see and to make photos. A lot of canal boats that are used for living make a walk alongside the canal a must do.
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walking near the Keizergracht is part of the side seing walking tour. good opportunity to understand better the liberal nature of the city and the citizens, a must see
The Keizersgracht is part of the famous "Grachtengordel" (Canal Belt) of Amsterdam. Along this canal many heritage mansions can be admired. Buying one of those mansions is expensive beyond dreams, so they are mostly prestigeous offices or maybe the headquarters of a large political party.
Keizersgracht is one of 3 grand canals in Amsterdam's canal district (the others are Herren and Signal). All of these are lined with magnificent canal houses that in the past and now house Amsterdam's wealthy citizens. The side streets that connect these three canals are...More
Oozing with charm, this is another standout canal lined with delightful traditional houses. Plenty of cafe and coffee shops to stop and enjoy the wonder of this place. Include on your downtown wanderings. Thanks for the vote if you found this review helpful.
Keizersgracht is one of the most beautiful canals in Amsterdam and certainly one of the most popular. Named in honour of Emperor Maximilian of Austria work began on this canal 1612 and is Amsterdams widest canal at 31 metres. Like Herengracht and De Duif this...More
An interesting night cruise at this canal . Beautiful house by the canal with lights beautifully decorated . Good information given during the cruise
We visited here on the HOHO canal boat trip as well as the walking tour. Named after Emperor Maximilian of Austria, the Emperor’s Canal is the middle one of the three main canals in Amsterdam. The surrounding areas is worth exploring which you will certainly...More
One of many must see canals in the city. If you’re wandering, you won’t be able to miss it! But definitely take special attention to see it (and the other major canals). They’re all breathtaking! Plenty of coffee shops and restaurants nearby to take in...More