Bos en lommer
CentrumBustling, lively, touristic. The Centrum combines the convenience of being in the heart of everything with the energy of city center living. For those who enjoy a busier and more active lifestyle.
Check out: Dam Square, Nieuwmarkt, Hilton Sky Lounge
JordaanCharming, historic, cosy. Considered the heart of Amsterdam, the Jordaan is filled with traditional brown cafes and cosy boutiques and restaurants. Popular for the charming streets and proximity to the city center. Jordaan is for those who want to live like the 'real Amsterdamers'.
Check out: Noordermarkt, Anne Frank House, Moeder's
De PijpLively, bustling, hip. The most popular and bustling neighborhood of all is De Pijp. An abundance of restaurants, bars, cafes, boutiques and artisanal shops enrich this hip area. De Pijp is perfect for those who enjoy a vibrant and lively lifestyle.
Check out: Albert Cuyp Market, Coffee & Coconuts, Sarphatipark
Oud ZuidPosh, high end, chic. Home to Vondel Park and the most expensive shopping street in the city, Old South is for those who enjoy the finer things in life. Beautiful boutiques and quaint streets fill this charming neighborhood.
Check out: P.C. Hoofdstraat, Vondel Park, Rijks Museum
Oud WestLocal, relaxed, vibrant. Filled with trendy and hip cafes, markets and restaurants; Old West is perfect for those who enjoy a more lively residential type living. Perfectly located 15 minute bike ride into the city center.
Check out: Food Hallen, Cafe Panache, Ten Kate Market
WesterparkPeaceful, calm, green. The perfect neighborhood for families and those who enjoy peace and quiet but with all the amenities close by. Lots of green space and calm to take the stress away from busy city living.
Check out: Westergasfabriek, Westerpark, Ristorante Italiano Gero
Bos en lommerFamily oriented, calm, convenient. Quieter neighbor to Old West, the Bos en Lommer/Baarsjes area is great for families who still want to stay close to a vibrant neighborhood but prefer a calmer living. Home to Erasmus and Rembrandt park, this area is perfect for those enjoy more green space in their city living.
Check out: Rembrandt Park, Edel, Mercatorplein
De PlantageElegant, fresh, traditional. Home to beautiful gardens and elegant streets, De Plantage neighborhood is just east of the city center. This area offers its residents a calmer lifestyle with beauty abound in its cobble streets and charming boutiques. Perfect for those who like to be close to the city center but enjoy a private quieter living.
Check out: Artis Royal Zoo, Hermitage Museum, Hortus Botanical Gardens
OostMulticultural, dynamic, diverse. Loyal residents to this neighborhood refuse to live any where else. Home to diverse and cultural shops and restaurants. East is for those who enjoy a dynamic mixing pot of the international.
Check out: Oosterpark, Javastraat Shopping, Dappermarkt
NoordIndustrial, artistic, urban. Just on the other side of Central Station, you have the up and coming Noord. 24 hour ferry service will connect you to the station in just a minute with a direct metro line to be completed July 2018. With lots of open green space, North is a great balance between convenient location and peaceful living.
Check out: NDSM Werf, Adam Tower, The Eye
Zuid OostModern, quiet, urban. Home to new builds and lots of green space, lies the residential neighborhood of South East. Great for those prefer who a quieter living away from the hustle and bustle of the city center.
Check out: Amsterdam ArenA, Arena Boulevard Shopping, Nelson Mandelapark
Nieuw WestGreen, modern, residential. Nieuwe West is home to wide expanses of green space and modern buildings. With all the amenities close by, this area is perfect for those who enjoy a quieter residential lifestyle.
Check out: Sloten, Sloterplas