This is another place that we stayed in during our Dutch vacation. The city structure is typical of the country with a cobbled central square, around which everything revolves, as home to the city hall and the cheese weighing house. There are some churches and canals. It's a good place to buy the cheese of the same name, with very nice shops. It's much richer than Edam, with more body and flavor. What surprised us most about the city was the tremendous amount of cyclist. Amsterdam's cycling population doesn't hold a candle to this city. We ate at a Greek restaurant, completely made of cardboard that was totally geeky.