KRAMERSKAMERIt is very nice place. The host is kind and helpful with solving issues. Very cosy studio and quite during the night.
Saturnus houseboat Amsterdamnice place, perfect equipment, good bed comfort
KRAMERSKAMEREl propietario es la persona más amable que puedas encontrar. Te ayuda con todo lo que este en su mano. El apartamento es exactamente igual a la fotografía , es pequeño pero tiene todo lo necesario para poder estar bien,es cómodo y agradable y el barrio es de lo mejor, cerca de todo.
KRAMERSKAMERExcellent district, just a few stations by tram and/or metro to the main attractions of Amsterdam (red light district, Van Gogh museum etc.). Good neighborhood, nice bars around the corner. Very good contact person who has good advices to discover the city and who is always in touch if you need him. Equipment is good (DVD´s, TV, Books, Wi-Fi etc.)
KRAMERS41Homely feel, great access to Metro. Had a lovely stay - thanks Hein!
MUSEUM CITY APTQuartiere, persona di contatto, appartamentino accogliente per tre persone.
Amsterdam is a cosy city, with a flurry of winding streets, tall, narrow houses, and cute bridges popping up over the array of canals. Strolling through the markets, past the design-led cafes, and the boutique shops is like stepping back in time to a world where cobbled streets ruled and friendly faces were around every corner. There’s a wealth of art and design throughout the city too, with a number of galleries, studios, and museums showcasing the creative atmosphere of Amsterdam. Fit in with the locals by hiring a bike and whizzing alongside trams, over humped bridges, and into the labyrinth of cool, quirky streets. And, afterwards, soak up the intimate ambiance with one of our apartments in Amsterdam, where you can stay in a budget flat or boutique holiday rental in the centre of all the action.[See more]
Like most major cities Amsterdam is made up of a collection of neighbourhoods, each one with its own personality and selling points. There’s the 9-Straatjes, a small area in the centre that boasts lots of narrow streets lined with quirky shops and cafes. The Centrum is in a similar area and is perhaps the busiest spot in the city. It has a plethora of museums, lively bars, and top-notch shops that are a big hit with tourists and locals. Then there’s De Pijp, which is similar to the 9-Straatjes in appearance but has a lot fewer tourists. This is where you’ll find lots of the markets and local, independent stores. Jordaan is one of the best-loved neighbourhoods in the city, and is home to a lot of young creatives, up-and-coming bars, and street art. NDSM-Werf is similar to Jordaan in that it is hugely creative and is called home by a number of artists, musicians, and students. Then there’s Oud-Zuid, the richer part of the city that caters to expensive tastes and luxury desires.
Whichever neighbourhood tickles your fancy, we have the perfect selection of Amsterdam apartments for you.
Our selection of apartments in Amsterdam can be found dotted all over the city, and we have many in and around these popular areas.
Amsterdam’s Schipol Airport is really close to the city centre and therefore really easy to get to via a selection of public transport. The easiest way is to hop on the train, which takes around 20 minutes. Alternatively, there are a selection of buses outside the terminals that travel direct to various parts of the city centre. Otherwise there is a busy taxi rank by the airport where you can pick up a quick, cheap cab to your destination.
Lots of visitors arrive in Amsterdam from neighbouring countries, too, on the cross-country services that cover this section of Europe.
Amsterdam has a quirky range of public transport, including traditional tram services that work through the city, numerous buses, and an extensive and efficient train service that runs to outer parts of the city and nearby towns. Thanks to the canals, there are also a range of water-based transport options, but the best way to get around is by bike – a firm favourite amongst the locals.