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Just minutes from Amsterdam’s old-town center, this prime location lets you live like a local without sacrificing comfort or convenience. Up to 4 guests can come home to this accommodating 1-bedroom apartment.
Find peace and quiet outside the busy city center in this cozy, inviting apartment. The large living room invites relaxation with plenty of comfortable seating furniture and a flatscreen TV. The attached dining area amply accommodates four guests at mealtime, or for drinks and conversation. The kitchen encourages home cooking, with a refrigerator, hob and dishwasher to handle your culinary demands. Two guests can rest easy at night in the private bedroom, with a large, cozy double bed, and two more guests can get a good night’s sleep on the convertible sofa in the living room. The bathroom, with dramatic wall tiles, a built-in shower and a separate toilet, eases competition during morning hygiene routines. Hardwood floors, modern furniture and large windows add to the atmosphere. Best of all, you’ll be in the heart of de Pijp, one of the city’s most diverse neighborhoods and a veritable paradise of food, drink and entertainment. At this low price, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better bargain for your next trip to Amsterdam.
Though rent prices have risen in recent years, de Pijp has maintained its diversity and its unique spark as a hotspot for immigrants, students and working-class citizens. A vast array of friendly Dutch pubs dot the streets, sandwiched between Middle Eastern, African and Asian restaurants, making this one of the most rewarding districts to explore.
For a pleasant stroll, head to the nearby Amstel Canal and watch as sightseeing cruises mingle with international freighters on this vital maritime artery. Sarphatipark is also a relaxing place to spend a few afternoon hours, whether contemplating the meaning of it all in front of a placid lake or sharing a picnic with friends on one of the deceptively compact meadows.
You can easily reach the city center by tram from Van Woustraat, but for sightseeing in your own neighborhood try the Albert Cuypmarkt in Oude Pijp. This massive open-air market is Amsterdam’s largest, boasting hundreds of stalls purveying a wide range of goods, and it gives you a sense of just how diverse this world city is. The Heineken Experience Museum, also nearby, is a fun and informative way to spend an afternoon, complete with history lessons, brewing tips and immersive bottling tours wherein you get to be the bottle.
Modern and tidy apartment close to transport and services. Very convenient for a family of 4. Thank you.Laura - Date: 02-06-2014
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