A beautiful church and a great way to find your bearings if you get lost in the city streets
Awesome view from the top! It's a beautiful old church, but the best part is the view.
The Westerkerk, 5 minutes from Hotel Pulitzer, was built in the style of the renaissance and in the form of a patriarchal cross. It was not the first protestant church built in Amsterdam, but it was the biggest for sure. The Westerkerk is open to the public between 11am and 3pm, six days a week (closed on Sundays).
Pay a visit to this historic church after touring the Anne Frank House. What moved us most was learning that during Anne's entire time in hiding, she could hear the church bells, but could never see the church. You will love this scenic area of Amsterdam...It is a post card coming to life!
The beautiful Westerkerk (Western Church) was built in the early seventeenth century and is where the great Dutch painter, Rembrandt, is buried.