On Grab-a-Map you can grab up to three maps from the catalog and make your own overlays.
You can also select 3x10 non-residential functions from the Functiekaart.
By overlaying the maps, you decide what you want to see on a map.
The Explanation of Grab-a-Map (via Legend) tells you how to do this easily.
Click on the Map of Maps and automatically all available maps in that neighbourhooD will be downloaded and shown in one map.
You can easily scroll through all relevant maps.
For study, research or software development geographic datasets are available on Maps Data page of Maps Amsterdam.
Amsterdam City Data is the central dataportal of the City of Amsterdam.
There you will find more datasets to visualize on a map.
In the near future, we are working to integrate both municipal platforms.
The City of Amsterdam is doing its best to keep the information on these interactive maps current, correct and accessible but we can not guarantee it.
You can report additions or changes for a number of maps to the source holder mentioned in the Explanation via the Legend.
The City of Amsterdam retains the copyright on the information on the maps, including images, video, logos and documents which can be downloaded.
We encourage quoting or publishing a screenshot of a map with mentioning of the source, as well as linking to an interactive map.
For questions, comments or additions about the content, please contact the source holder of the map as mentioned in the Explanation to the map.
For functional and technical questions please contact Klaas-Bindert de Haan, creator of maps.Amsterdam.nl:
you can download the Large Scale Topographic Base map (BGT) to process further yourself in a GIS.
The topographic layers (large and small scale) are maintained and provided by the Department of Basic Information of the City of Amsterdam. For questions about the Amsterdam topographic layers or on the provision of basic data sets and maps, please contact OIS/Datalab of the City of Amsterdam firstname.lastname@example.org
The topographic maps are sold on paper by Pied à Terre at the Overtoom in Amsterdam.
You can also order a (magnetic) wall map 1: 10.000 via Basic Informatiom. More information can be found here