Amsterdam free web cam
The office is in central Amsterdam above the Singel canal and the busy junction between the flower market (off-screen right), the roads that run between the shops, hotels, cinemas and restaurants at Leidseplein (bottom right corner) and the popular shopping areas of Spui (top left) and Kalverstraat (top centre).
Check the Contact page for details and a photo of the office building.
Well, there are a lot of webcams in Amsterdam that are streaming live every day!
During a regular day you’ll just see the people of Amsterdam doing what they do.
But if you like to watch the construction workers and their crane, do take a peek. IJ / Central Station Great views on the IJ, just north of Amsterdam Central Station!
You can watch all the boats pass by, ferries crossing and the trains coming in and out of the train station. Amstel Live view of the Amstel and around, with a look around all the bridges, including the beautiful ‘skinny bridge’ or ‘Magere Brug’.
Take a look at night and see the lights of the city and bridges!
Der Dam ist der zentrale Hauptplatz der Stadt Amsterdam und der bekannteste Stadtplatz der Niederlande.
When there’s an event the webcam is still on, so you can always look in on the festivities 😉 For instance, check the webcams on Koningsdag, April 27th, you’ll be surprised by all the orange on your screen! Dam Square Take a look around this famous square with a view on the monument and the royal palace.
Here’s a list of 5 interesting webcams in Amsterdam that are live streaming. You can watch the trams, the people and probably some pigeons passing by. Rokin It still is kind of a mess down there, since the works for the new underground station are still under way.
This model is able to deliver up to 1080i H.264 compressed RTSP streams. If we manually set brightness/contrast/etc then it works during daytime, but not at night. Currently the camera is set to auto-adjust, which is the best option ('sucks the least').
On December 31st at UTC the first camera location is welcoming the year 2012: Auckland, New Zealand.