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These types of accomodations are very rarely available! Experience the joys of living on the water in a luxurious style and the liveliness of this famous historic neighborhood, while enjoying the tranquility of living in a houseboat. All utilities and amenities are included, so all you need to do is bring your suitcase!

PLEASE NOTE: We greatly value yours and ours safety. Therefore, and more than ever, we are 100% focused on the importance of cleanliness. The accommodation is hosted by likeminded and full-time professionals, Eva & Kobe. This way, we are able to offer you the best of both worlds: you can enjoy a one-of-a-kind vacation experience in a unique property, without compromising on cleanliness, service and convenience.
With regards to COVID-19, many precautions have been taken and are in place. Such as the enhanced cleaning protocol taking place before- and after your stay. Among many other precautions, we are able to assure yours and ours safety this way. Feel free to contact us at any moment if you have any questions or concerns regarding this matter.


• Unique Experience
• Luxurious bathroom
• Free & Fast WIFI
• Two bedroom with comfortable double-beds
• Fully equipped kitchen
• Location! * Location! * Location!
• Excellent public transport connection
• Walking distance to city center & All main sights

Kamar Anda

Kamar tidur 1
1 tempat tidur queen
Kamar tidur 2
1 tempat tidur ganda

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Pemandangan kanal
Tepi laut
Area kerja khusus
TV dengan kabel standar
Mesin cuci Gratis – Di dalam unit
Mesin pengering Gratis – Di dalam unit
AC sentral
Bak mandi

7 malam di Amsterdam

22 Agt 2022 - 29 Agt 2022

5.0 dari 5 bintang dari 24 ulasan

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Amsterdam, North Holland, Belanda

In addition to the world-famous historic Canal Ring, Amsterdam's City Centre district ('Centrum') is home to a host of renowned museums, charming and high-end shopping areas, fantastic culture and entertainment.
Amsterdam’s renowned art and culture and top shopping
In Amsterdam’s centre you will, of course, find the magnificent Canal Ring, but there is so much more besides. The inner city, for instance, is bursting with interesting museums, sometimes hidden behind beautiful canal-side façades. The diversity of the city centre’s culture is vast, from the emotional Anne Frank House in the west of the centre, through to the upbeat nature of Science Center NEMO in the east. In between, find an inspiring collection of art and history.
Top shopping
There is a vast array of shopping opportunities, from fashion brands and chains (Nieuwendijk, Kalverstraat) through to independent innovators and inspiring market stalls, such as at Noordermarkt. Or get lost in the Jordaan or in the 9 Straatjes (Nine Streets) – lanes that link the canals and where the most exclusive and original shops can be found, just like in the Haarlemmerstraat and Haarlemmerdijk.
Seek out entertainment
These days, major entertainment areas include public squares like Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein. On or around Leidseplein you’ll find the city’s main theatre (Stadsschouwburg) the two most popular gigging venues (Paradiso and Melkweg), the grand Art deco American Hotel, intellectual entertainment at De Balie, a major cinema multiplex (Pathé City) and numerous nightclubs, restaurants and bars, bars, bars. Likewise, Rembrandtplein is a hotspot for wining and dining, as well as home to some of the biggest party spots. Plus, you can always stop off for a selfie with Rembrandt’s statue and the protaganists from ‘The Night Watch’.

Welcome in Amsterdam city center, borough of tourists and big chain stores. No we’re kidding! This part of town is so underrated. It’s home to some really cool hotspots we love to share with you in this Amsterdam City Center guide. So skip the Nieuwendijk and Kalverstraat. Discover the cool shopping streets like the Utrechtsestraat, Haarlemmerdijk, Haarlemmerstraat and The Nine Streets like the locals do.
Discover Amsterdam City Center by bike and enjoy cycling on the canals overlooking the water. It’s the thing that still gives us this ‘amazing little feeling’ every day! Check out the Canal District or the authentic Jordaan for the historic feel in Amsterdam and enjoy the scenic view while having a drink.

The Canal District in Amsterdam is maybe the most visited area in town. It’s a neighborhood that where almost every view is picture perfect. The canals are so much more than a touristic attraction, sometimes we forget how many unique hotspots there are. This is the area for the ultimate Amsterdam feeling, experience it by bike or by boat on the canals. Shop until you drop, treat yourself with the best food or party like a rock star, everything is possible in this Unesco Heritage area.
The most famous streets in the Canal District in Amsterdam are the Prinsengracht, Herengracht, Keizersgracht and Singel. Although you should not miss these authentic streets, there is so much more to discover! Wander around in the side streets like the Spiegelstraat for some special and exclusive shops. Satisfy your appetite at one of the great restaurants. Photography lovers should definitely visit photo museum FOAM. End your day at hidden gem Tales & Spirits with cocktails and bites.

Just outside the cultural heart of Amsterdam lies the posh neighborhood of Oud-Zuid, with its ravishing villas and tranquil curving streets. The Oud-Zuid is arguably the elegant heart of Amsterdam, and is one of the city’s most prestigious cultural districts.
Amsterdam’s elegant Oud-Zuid (Old-South) was developed over a century ago as a cultural gateway to the city, at the tip of what was previously a boggy polder. It’s home to Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk Museum, and Van Gogh Museum – all of which exhibit the highlights of Western art. The nearby Vondelpark – created in the style of an English landscape garden – is the city’s most popular playground and is a magnet for picnickers and visitors who flock in their droves during the summer months to the numerous outdoor performances that take place there.
Museums, concerts and galleries
Museumplein – and its vast manicured lawn, a perfect spot for a summer picnic between museum visits – is presided over by the iconic Rijksmuseum, the repository of Dutch culture since 1885. Entirely renovated in 2013, it offers a splendid and arresting journey through 800 years of national art and history, with more than 30 of its 80 galleries devoted to the Golden Age.
To the west, bordered by a street of jewellers and diamond cutters, lies the Van Gogh Museum with its brand-new entrance building and monumental collection of works by the misunderstood ear-lopping artist. Next door, the Stedelijk Museum flaunts its updated design, which brilliantly manages the feat of mixing the classical architecture of the original 1895 building with a new wing in the shape of a giant bathtub without being a nightmarish eyesore. Its restaurant boasts a large terrace where sunny days call for some people watching while enjoying their scrumptious BLTs and a tall glass of fresh orange juice.
Between Museumplein and the entrance to the reservaat lies the 128-year-old Royal Concertgebouw, still regarded as one of the greatest concert halls in the world thanks to its remarkable acoustics, but which is thankfully not above offering the treat of free lunchtime concerts on Wednesdays. As the Oud-Zuid grew and spread, this rich cultural heritage was honored by naming more than 70 new streets after composers: some world-famous, such as Beethoven, Chopin and Schubert, and others local Dutch musicians who nonetheless have had a tremendous influence on music over the past five centuries.
Living the high life in Amsterdam South
Oud-Zuid is one of the city’s most desirable addresses, the real estate is Amsterdam’s most expensive and the residents are arguably the most privileged. Amsterdammers dub the area ‘het reservaat’ (the reservation), but you can leave your passport at home – just don’t forget your credit card: some of the chicest boutiques in town are to be found here, notably along the PC Hooftstraat, Cornelis Schuytstraat and Beethovenstraat.

P.C. Hooftstraat, the high-end shopping destination in Amsterdam, located at the northeastern end of Vondelpark. But while the Willemspark area harbours a myriad of swanky – but not stuffy – restaurants (such as Ron Gastrobar by Michelin-starred chef Ron Blauw), airy cafés and quaint independent boutiques (like the fashion-fantasy-rich Silk), showy P.C. Hooftstraat is lined with haute couture boutiques such as Prada, Louis Vuitton and Chanel, which rub elbows with the latest in exclusive labels: 7 for All Mankind, Burberry and Agent Provocateur. There is no better place to get your hands on a pair of Jimmy Choos or a Cartier watch, but as one of the most famous shopping destinations in the Netherlands, P.C. Hooftstraat is congested by throngs of local and international shoppers alike, and sometimes struggles to keep the right balance between old-world class and new-money bling. The Dutch like to mock the SUVs with tinted windows that park along the street by calling them ‘PC Hooft tractors’ (Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft, the 17th-century poet after whom the street is named, must be turning in his grave). For all this luxury, though, Oud-Zuid is not a world apart, or a circus of snobbery. It's entrancingly elegant in the most approachable way, with its pretty gabled façades, its bijou balconies and its tree-lined serenity – a true ode to the discreet charm of the bourgeoisie.

Amsterdam Old South is the neighborhood for culture and culinary delights. You don’t have to be a local in Amsterdam to know that Amsterdam Old South is one of the chicest neighborhoods in town. The Amstelveenseweg is known for its great restaurants like Ron Gastrobar and Franklin Bar & Kitchen. For coffee we love to go to Coffee Concepts or George Bistro! And for our monthly dose of burrata you can find us at Carter Bar & Kitchen. If you want to go on a shopping spree in Amsterdam Old South our top-pick streets are the Van Baerlestraat and Jacob Obrechtstraat. Smaller boutiques and a lot of specialty stores!
With the beautiful Museumplein, the Museumdistrict is the place to be for a dose of culture. Tip: go for a lovely dinner at Rijks, the restaurant of Rijksmuseum or drink at the Conservatorium Hotel after your museum visit.

We think Amsterdam West is one of the most diverse neighborhood in town. You find almost everything there! This multi-culti area – with a laid back attitude – is home to a cool mix of independent stores and many restaurant hotspots. You will find a diversity of hipster- proof coffee places, cool concept stores and vintage boutiques. Amsterdam West is also great for foodies! You find a nice eatery at almost every corner.
Amsterdam West can be divided in different neighborhood. All with their own characteristics! Explore them all and discover Amsterdam its first indoor food market at the Kinkerstraat and Bellamy square. Or go shopping at one of the trendy streets like the Jan Pieter Heijestraat which is packed with cool stores. In the upcoming Baarsjes you will find the nicest restaurants and stores at almost every corner. Make sure to check out the Jan Evertsenstraat and the Admiraal the Ruijterweg.

Find out more about Amsterdam Oud-West; a dynamic neighborhood that's home to a flurry of top-notch restaurants, hip boutiques and beautiful concept stores – many of which are found on the bustling De Clercqstraat and the Jan Pieter Heijestraat – while the Overtoom, a busy road that runs parallel to the Vondelpark, is the best place in town for furniture shopping.
Occupying a roughly triangular area bordered by the stately Vondelpark to the south, the leafy and lively Oud-West (Old West) is the result of rapid urban expansion in the last quarter of the 19th Century.
An increasing number of convivial coffee shops are opening their doors on the bustling Kinkerstraat, and at its intersection with Ten Katemarkt, you’ll come across one of Amsterdam’s coolest developments – De Hallen. Having undergone an enchanting renovation, this former tram depot now houses a boutique hotel, cinema, two restaurants and a food hall that’s a sheer feast of a treat for culinary connoisseurs. It’s monthly Local Goods Market is the place to go for some of Amsterdam’s finest craft goods, too.

Find out more about De Pijp - a hip and happening neighborhood with a large concentration of restaurants, cafés and bars catering to just about every class and taste.
De Pijp is starkly different from the picturesque canal district, but that is made up for by the lively and eccentric people that grace its streets. Here academics continue to mingle with artists in countless cafés, and the flourishing nightlife continues to draw people from all over the city.
The vibrant heart of De Pijp: Albert Cuypmarkt
De Pijp is perhaps most famous for the Albert Cuypmarkt. This market has been offering its wares for more than a century and vendors sell everything from fresh seafood, meat and cheese to flowers, clothes and jewellery. Stroll past the colourful stalls and sample the street food for a real Pijp experience.
Amsterdam and international drinks & dining
With its multitude of restaurants, cafés and bars, de Pijp will leave you spoiled for culinary choice. From Middle Eastern and North African cuisine to high-end teppanyaki and Vietnamese street food, the neighborhood’s cultural diversity shines through in its restaurants. Throw the area’s cocktail bars and beery brown cafés into the mix and you have a delicious evening planned! Beer fans also won't want to miss a tour of the former Heineken brewery, now better known as the Heineken Experience, to get a taste of the area’s brewing history.
Innovative architecture
Architecture enthusiasts can see some of the finest examples of Amsterdam School structures on and around P.L. Takstraat, with its complex of working-class flats known as arbeiderspaleizen (‘workers’ palaces’). These flats were designed in the early 20th century to provide housing for the labourers who worked in the nearby diamond industry and brewery.
Hanging with the cool crowd
De Pijp was also the territory of physician, urban planner and philanthropist Samuel Sarphati, who is commemorated in Sarphatipark with a statue. This park is a green oasis in the heart of De Pijp, pulling in the punters with delicate vistas and impressive foliage. Complete with a dog park, children’s playground and outdoor gym area, hip mothers natter alongside the city’s bright young things penning their memoirs, making it a fantastic place to picnic with your market-bought food finds when the sun breaks free.
De Pijp experienced a new wave of cool places that opened the doors. It’s one of the older neighborhoods of Amsterdam. This is the place where hipsters like to shop at one of the trendy boutiques, healthy food lovers can eat at one of the many organic cafes and on the weekends this is the neighborhood to be for drinks with friends at one of the many bars.
Did you know De Pijp is great for shopping too? Most shops are located around the trendy Gerard Doustraat, Van Woustraat and the Ferdinand Bolstraat. And last but not least: Experience the typical Dutch folks culture at the Albert Cuyp Market. They have the best traditional ‘stroopwafels’ there!

The Jordaan is possibly the most famous neighborhood in the Netherlands. Akin to the reputation enjoyed by London’s Cockneys, this once working-class bastion was renowned for tight community bonds, radical politics and a love for drink and over-the-top sing-a-longs. Gentrification of decades past has attracted more galleries, restaurants, specialty shops and upwardly-mobile residents to its scenic streets but there’s undeniably still a distinct atmosphere to be enjoyed here.
Exploring the Jordaan area
The Jordaan begins at Brouwersgracht, just west of the Amsterdam Central Station and arches around the western side of Canal Ring between Prinsengracht and Lijnbaansgracht before ending at Leidsegracht. The area north of Rozengracht is a more ‘touristy’ and commercial section, although the quieter area to the south is no less scenic.
De Jordaan in Amsterdam is known for its cozy atmosphere. We love to walk around the tiny little streets and canals, and discover new restaurants and authentic cafés. In this neighborhood you can find a mix of artists, students and young entrepreneurs, but also the ‘original Amsterdammers’.
If you happen to be in the Jordaan, you have to make sure to at least visit some great hotspots! For a perfect brunch you should go to Gs, with the needed bloody mary’s. For good salads, SLA is the place to be. And for a romantic diner you should go to De Luwte. The coolest streets in this neighborhood are de Westerstraat, the Tweede Anjeliersdwarsstraat, the Tweede Tuinstraat and the Tweede Egelantiersdwarsstraat. Here the restaurants represent kitchens from all over the world. You can find good take-out shops, beautiful concept stores and original brown Amsterdam cafés there.

The quaint and quirky streets that straddle Amsterdam’s grandest canals form the city’s most photogenic micro-neighborhood. Known to locals as De Negen Straatjes or ‘The Nine Streets’, this special neighborhood is full to bursting with vintage and designer shopping, specialty stores and cozy cafés.
If you ask us the Nine Streets are the most cosy streets of Amsterdam. You find them within walking distance of the Dam Square at the western part of the Canal District. Like the name suggests, the district is famous for its nine streets connected by the canals. Here you will find great fashion boutiques and delicious lunch cafes. The Nine Streets are a must visit for everyone living in- or visiting Amsterdam.
The Nine Streets consist of: Reestraat, Hartenstraat, Gasthuismolensteeg, Berenstraat, Wolvenstraat, Oude Spiegelstraat, Runstraat, Huidenstraat and Wijde Heisteeg.
This neighborhood is a very popular area to buy clothes, books, jewelry and art. Fans of vintage clothes can shop at Laura Dols, Episode or Zipper. If you arrive in the beautiful Nine Streets around noon try to get a table at one of the many cute little eateries like Ree7 or Pluk. Enjoy wandering around the Nine Streets!

Obviously the Red Light District is famous for its prostitutes in red-lit windows. But it is also a very trendy area with lots of hotspots! This multicultural place in the city center of Amsterdam contains some streets you can’t miss.
The Warmoesstraat and Zeedijk are lively streets and welcomed many new trendy places the last few years. For your gift and vintage shopping walk along the Damstraat to the Oude Hoogstraat. Coffee break? Check out Quartier Putain on Oudekerksplein. Tip: shop your fresh products on the farmers market at Nieuwmarkt on Saturday.

The Vondelpark is one of our favorite parks in Amsterdam. From the city center you can access the park near Leidseplein. It’s a nice green break from the busy city center to enjoy the green site of Amsterdam and walk all the way to Amstelveenseweg.
During the summer this is the backyard of the Amsterdammers, but we also love the park for a walk during winter time. A few places that are nice to go for a drink afterwards are The Vondeltuin or Vondelpark3. Good to know: it’s not allowed to bbq in the Vondelpark, but of course a picnic is also nice for warm summer evenings. Our favorite part of the park is the rose garden where you usually only find locals. All year round there are events going on in the park, but during summer months the Vondelpark Openluchttheater is a place not to miss during the weekends.

Located just a short stroll from Central Station, the area around the Nieuwmarkt is one of the oldest districts of Amsterdam. Spend a few hours exploring this part of town to get a great introduction to the city’s rich history and cultural diversity.
An Amsterdam market with more going on
The Nieuwmarkt (new market) itself is a square in Amsterdam’s Chinatown, next to the Red Light District. The area was once an open canal, but the waterways were filled in in 1614 to create the marketplace which gives the square its name. A daily market is still held here, and the square is also home to an organic market every Saturday. Many lively cafés, bars, restaurants and interesting shops surround the square, making it the perfect place to spend a few hours browsing and people-watching.
Chinatown Amsterdam
One of the first things that might strike you in Amsterdam’s Chinatown is the bilingual street signs. The first Chinese settlers in Amsterdam used to load and stoke the coals on the large passenger ships, which is why a prominent Chinatown sprung up near the old harbour. Once this industry vanished, the Chinese opened up shops and restaurants here. Today you'll find the city's best Chinese restaurants and shops right in the heart of Amsterdam’s old centre. And of course, it’s the place to celebrate Chinese New Year in Amsterdam. Over the years, this district has also embraced other far-Eastern cultures, so in addition to the Chinese influences, keep your eyes open for shops and restaurants featuring Thai, Japanese, Indonesian and even Tibetan delicacies.

Find out more about De Plantage, where urban sprawl meets the natural world in the city centre.
Nature and culture in the heart of Amsterdam
Strolling along the quiet boulevard-esque streets of De Plantage is a real pleasure as it’s a unique district where the city and nature consistently cross each other’s paths. As well as the Artis Royal Zoo, the Hortus Botanical Gardens and the small but beautiful Wertheimpark, the Plantage also encompasses the former Jewish Quarter, which bears testimony to the horrors of the Second World War. Those who want to learn about Jewish wartime in Amsterdam can do so at the Jewish Historical Museum and the Dutch Resistance Museum.
These days, culture reigns supreme here, and you’ll find 18 cultural centres of excellence within a stone’s throw of each other. From the most beautiful theatres such as Royal Theatre Carré and the Dutch National Opera & Ballet, to great museums such as the Rembrandt House Museum and the Micropia (museum of micro-organisms), where you will discover how many microbes are exchanged during a French kiss.

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