A perfect blend of the modern and historic, Amsterdam Noord used to be a shipyard but today houses several small villages including Nieuwendam, Ransdorp and Zunderdorp, which showcase traditional Dutch farmhouses with roofs, wooden houses and canal locks with beautiful views.
In fact, the area is a mini village within the city and is picturesque and family friendly. The area is also home to Europe’s highest swing and is also the site of De Ceuvel, a community built with the aim of cleaning up a polluted harbour.
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Serviced apartments in Amsterdam Noord 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-away-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 include a fully equipped kitchen, a serene bedroom featuring a double bed and a bathroom that includes both bathing and showering facilities. Additionally, our apartments include complimentary Wi-Fi, a secure entry system and a safe.
Noord is a fun part of Amsterdam and offers plenty to do for visitors. The EYE film museum holds regular exhibitions and has a cafe with a fantastic view. IJ Hallen is a great place to go shopping for antiques and vintage clothing. Enjoy a picnic in Noorderpark and look at windmills in De Krijtmolen d’Admiraal.
The area also hosts regular cultural festivals, art exhibits, theatre performances and musical shows. Even simply walking through the area is a great way to explore it, whether it’s impressive art shows or colorful graffiti. Don’t miss the historic wooden homes in Nieuwendammerdijk and in Buiksloterdijk. Het Twiske is a scenic part of town in which to enjoy some cycling, running, walking or even swimming. It is also home of the annual music festival ‘Welcome to the future’.
You can reach Amsterdam Noord by a short ferry ride from Amsterdam Central Station. Currently there are three ferries that can take you to Noord and these are run by the GVB, and there is one every few minutes. Best of all, these rides are free and an even accommodate your bike.