Irving Feder stands, in the heart of Amsterdam holding a copy of the SIB Sun Community Newspaper with the Amsterdam Central Station over his shoulder. Behind him is the main waterway leading away from the center of the City. Amsterdam is the largest city and capital of the Netherlands. That main train station is the real heart of the city, central not only by the name, but also as the biggest public transport transfer spot, serving visitors and city residents. 250,000 people go through the Amsterdam Central Station daily. The hub is the final stop of several lines of city trams and buses, as well as waterfront stations of city ferry lines taking cars and passengers to Amsterdam North. The main tourist office is based at the station, as well as departure quays for tourist boats cruising the city canals.