The Jordaan neighbourhood in central Amsterdam is arguably Amsterdam’s most famous neighborhood. This pitoresk area contains an upscale assortment of art galleries, patio restaurants, cafes and street musicians. Check here what to do when strolling in one of the nicest quarters of Holland's capitol.
Noord is one of the liveliest neighborhoods in Amsterdam. Take the ferry and discover a vibrant, inspiring and rural part of Amsterdam. Here you can enjoy the green, picturesque rural villages, but you can also indulge in alternative festivals, enjoy modern architecture and delicious food in trendy restaurants on the water.
Lose yourself for hours in Amsterdam’s quartier Latin with its colourful mix of cuisines, terraces and cosy cafés. From the beautiful landscaped gardens of Sarphatipark to the famous Albert Cuypmarkt street market, De Pijp oozes beatnik flair from every angle, and is has been a popular haunt for creatives, students and bohemian spirits since the 60s.
9 picturesque shopping streets in the canal belt of Amsterdam. In the heart of Unesco's World Heritage, just behind the Palace on the Dam between Raadhuisstraat and Leidsegracht. In this district full of monumental buildings you can shop at hip boutiques, vintage clothing and specialty stores. Your time is well spent at one of the many excellent restaurants or cozy cafes.