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Apartments in Amsterdam

Apartments in Amsterdam

Our luxury holiday apartments to rent in Amsterdam are all situated in the centre of the city. With its lovely old buildings, reflecting its fascinating 17th century history, its numerous canals and intimate squares, and friendly, relaxed atmosphere, Amsterdam is one of the most desirable destinations for a city break.

With little road traffic, it is small enough to get around easily, either on foot, bicycle, or public transport, yet Amsterdam also has all the advantages of a big city with plenty of culture, nightlife, international restaurants and world famous museums. Main tourist attractions include the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House and the Stedelijk Museum. Alongside the wealth of famous paintings, there are also exciting smaller modern art, film, theatre and photography museums, and for chidren, there is NEMO; a hands-on science and technology museum and the National Maritime Museum with its replica of a Dutch trading ship, docked behind.

Two of our rental apartments are in an old canal house overlooking the Singel Canal, right in the heart of Amsterdam's historical centre. and around the corner of Spui, a delightful Amsterdam square with famous bars and restaurants. Tram stops 1, 2 and 5 and just minutes walk away from the floating flower market and Dam Square. Walking out of the front door to the right and crossing the bridge gives you access to The Nine Streets "“ De Negen Straatjes: the city's most delightful shopping area. There are also plenty of fabulous designer boutiques, art galleries and gift shops in the surrounding area.

Our other holiday accommodation in Amsterdam are a modern, stylish apartment right in the city centre, and a newly renovated apartment in a historic building in Nieuwe Prinsengracht, near the Hortus Botanicus and the Artis Zoo.  Other nearby attractions include the Jewish Historical Museum. Scheepvaarts Museum, Gassan Diamonds and Rembrandt's House. 


Events in Amsterdam

  • Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age at the Hermitage

    Thirty enormous 17th century group portraits from the collections of the Amsterdam Museum and the Rijksmuseum have been brought together for the first time and will be on display in the Hermitage Amsterdam.

  • Good Hope. South Africa and The Netherlands from 1600 at the Rijksmuseum

    The Rijksmuseum will be presenting the first major exhibition about the relationship between South Africa and the Netherlands. 400 years of emotive history in 300 items, most of which come from South Africa.February 17 2017 to May 21 2017.

  • Prints in Paris 1900: From Elite to the Street at the Van Gogh Museum

    The exhibition 'Prints in Paris 1900: From Elite to the Street' takes you to the French capital, where the revolution in printmaking erupted from 1890 onwards. On view from 3 March - 11 June.

  • Ed van der Elsken: Camera in Love at the Stedelijk Museum

    The Stedelijk presents the largest overview of the photographic and filmic work of Dutch photographer Ed van der Elsken (1925-1990) in twenty five years. A unique figure, Van der Elsken was renowned as a street photographer, and is recognised as the most important Dutch photographer of the 20th century. Until 21st May 2017.

  • Star-Vu Ten Years of Photo Acquisitions at the Rijksmuseum

    For the last ten years the Rijksmuseum has been able to purchase important and rare masterpieces from twentieth-century photography thanks to the support of the multinational law firm Baker McKenzie. The collection includes work by internationally recognized artists like Man Ray, William Klein, Lisette Model, André Kertész and Saul Leiter. 17 February to 21 May 2017.




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