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Amsterdam is a city that really needs no introduction. Known across the world as one of Europe's premiere destinations for nightlife, the Dutch capital holds an allure that has attracted scores tourists for decades. But visitors to this unique city will soon find that it rich in history and culture, as well as exhibiting some of the most unique and fascinating architecture anywhere in Europe.
Whilst the city is extremely popular with tourists from all over the world, it refuses to take on the same hustle and bustle that is often associated with leading European cities, indeed Amsterdam maintains a kind of quaint charm which is more often associated with historic towns and villages, which in turn means that visitors can enjoy a relaxing trip, imbibing the wealth of cultural opportunities or take advantage of the many wonderful cafes and restaurants.
Amsterdam is a city to be explored, with each district harbouring a multitude of cultural and social attractions that are sure to leave a lasting impression.
Choosing the right accommodation is essential of if you want to get the most out of your visit to this wonderful city. There is a big variation of different properties available throughout Amsterdam ranging from small hotel rooms in the city centre to luxury service apartment in historic townhouses.
Our range of service departments provide improved value on hotel rooms when planning an extended stay and are the perfect option for those who are looking to enjoy Amsterdam and expect a certain standard of living. Equipped with modern convenience and furnished to the very highest standards, our range of luxury apartments means we have the perfect place to you where do you are coming to Amsterdam on a corporate stay or looking to explore the city as a tourist.
The city's artistic heritage is reflected in the vast collection of museums, galleries and numerous dedications to its most well known artistic residents Vincent van Gogh and Rembrandt van Rijn.
Amsterdam is also a city of diverse culture and each neighbourhood has its own distinct atmosphere. For example, those seeking something more quiet delayed back may wish to head to the more residential areas, was anyone looking to party will not go far wrong by heading into the Die Wallen district.
The shops in the city also very greatly depending on what region you review visit. De Pijp is Amsterdam's answer to the Latin quarter, and as such it features many artisan boutiques and trendy pop-up stores. Shoppers seeking something a little more mainstream would do well to visit Museumkwatier which is home to numerous high-end fashion labels with several large scale stores.
Amsterdam is famous the world over for it iconic transport alternatives. Anyone visiting the city Will be struck by its criss-crossing canals which offer water taxes to some of the major attractions, but the city is also equally famous phrase network of trams and it's extensive cycleways. Further to this there are also there is also the same transport infrastructure that one may expect to find in any modern city.
The trams run through out the day and are probably the easiest way to make sure journeys in the city centre. Getting to the just it's further out town is also simple matter by just taking the bus or even renting a bicycle. Anyone look into it and all the rest of the come to site Will find that the railway station is well connected and runs a frequent service.