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Flanked with boutiques, cozy pubs, cafes and chic eateries, the narrow canals and streets of Jordaan are located in the centre of Amsterdam. Known for its beautiful Dutch houses, wandering through Jordaan will lead visitors to uncover no end of delights. Popular streets in the Jordaan are the Prinsengracht, Westerstraat and Haarlemmerstraat, all of which are defined by their stunning scenery.
The name of the district comes from the French word jardin, meaning garden. Many streets in the area are named after flowers, plants and other horticultural fascinations. Although the neighbourhood was initially poverty stricken, developments in the area have rendered it one of the most popular in Amsterdam, with around 20,000 people living in the area.
Serviced apartments in Jordaan, Amsterdam, have become a popular choice in accommodation due to the cost of hotels increasing across the city. Offering stylish short stay apartments, studio apartments, holiday apartments and corporate housing, all of our apartments are self-catering, providing guests with a home from home experience ideal for stays in Amsterdam.
As standard, our apartments include a capacious living space complete with a home entertainment system and comfortable sofa, a fully equipped kitchen that is perfect for extended stays, a peaceful bedroom and a bathroom that contains both bathing and showering facilities. Additionally, each of our apartments includes complimentary Wi-Fi, a secure entry system and a safe.
Although Jordaan is located in central Amsterdam, the area is renowned for its traditional Dutch market stalls. Noordermarkt square market offers jewelry, clothes, antiques and organic food- featuring everything in between. To discover the best treasures, make sure you visit the market early. For food, make sure you visit Lindenmarkt or to the market on the Westerstraat.
Although there aren’t many museums in Jordaan, the area is in proximity to the Museum district at the Museumplein. Here, visitors can go to the Pianola Museum, a fluorescent light museum and the Jordaan Museum, which details the history of the district. Other attractions in the area include the Houseboat Museum and the Amsterdam Cheese Museum.
The most famous landmark in Jordaan is the Westertoren Church. Wherever you are in the area, you can see and hear the iconic tower and its bells.At the top of Westertoren Church, you can see all of Amsterdam.
Due to its size, Amsterdam is a walkable city once you’re in its centre. With most of Amsterdam’s major attractions located within walking distance, travelling on foot is a fantastic way of getting acquainted with the city. Alternatively, many people travel around central Amsterdam on a bicycle- with bikes being readily available across the city. Driving is strongly discouraged within the canal ring.
If you’re travelling further afield, public transport in Amsterdam is operated by GVB, which provides an integrated bus, tram and metro service- many residents purchase a pre-loaded card with credit before travelling on any public transport.
Schiphol, Amsterdam’s biggest airport, is around half an hour train journey from central Amsterdam. Many services run directly from central Amsterdam to Schiphol airport.
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