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Located in the centre of Amsterdam, Nieuwmarkt en Lastage is situated in between the Geldersekade and Oudeschans canals, slightly east of medieval city. A protected historic site, Nieuwmarkt en Lastage is one of the most historic areas in the Dutch capital city. Named after the cobblestone square in central Amsterdam, this neighbourhood provides travellers with stunning Dutch architecture, restaurants, cafes and markets.
This lively district has been a centre for commerce since the early 17th century due to its canals and market squares, making it a popular spot for shoppers and traders looking for fresh produce. To this day, Nieuwmarkt en Lastage holda regular markets, selling organic produce, street food and antiques.
Serviced apartments in Nieuwmarket en Lastage, Amsterdam, have become a popular choice in accommodation due to the cost of hotels increasing across the city and the space serviced apartments provide. 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.
All of our apartments, as standard, include a spacious and stylish living space, a comfortable sofa and a home entertainment system. Each one of our apartments includes a fully equipped kitchen, a serene bedroom featuring a double bed and a bathroom that includes both bathing and showering facilities. Additionally, our apartments includes complimentary Wi-Fi, a secure entry system and a safe.
De Waag dominates the district of Nieuwmarkt en Lastage. This picturesque, stately building was originally St Antony’s Gate, a major entry point to the city before the city walls were torn down in the 16th century. Since then, de Waag as been a guildhall, a museum and the location of Rembrandt’s The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp. Now, de Waag’s bottom floor hosts one of the most renowned restaurants in Amsterdam.
Due to its size, Amsterdam is a very walkable city. Wander around this charming city to discover some of the city’s hidden treasures, with several walking tours being available in the city. On a pleasant day, wander along the canals to view the authentic Amsterdam. The Nieuwmarkt Square is popular amongst local residents, especially during the weekend and the summer months. Amsterdam’s Chinatown is located in Nieuwmarkt, which offers a range of Asian restaurants.
Travelling by foot and by bicycle are two of the most popular modes of transport in central Amsterdam. When you’re walking around the city, be sure to watch out for bikers riding past you. Bicycles are available to hire from numerous points in the city.
Alternatively, Amsterdam contains an extensive public transport network, with an integrated tram, metro and bus service. The Nieuwmarkt metro stop can be found on the square and, despite protests during its construction, is one of the busiest metro stations. On foot, Amsterdam’s Central Station is a ten minute walk. From here, train services run to many major cities in Northern Europe.