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Amsterdam is a city of cyclists and walkers. Enjoy it by renting accommodation in the center and visit the city by bike.

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Our selection of apartments in Amsterdam

Luxurious Canal Apartment

Amsterdam Lily apartment

Charles Apartments

Luxury Amsterdam City Center Apartments

Eric Vökel Boutique Apartments - Amsterdam Suites

Leidse Square Suite

Canal House Apartment

Keizersgracht Residence

City Center Apartment

Apartments De Hallen

B&B Amsterdam Amstel Apartment

Freelodge - City & Nature

Hapimag Resort Amsterdam

Brand new appartment in oldes part of town

Apartment Museum Area

Rosies Place

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Rosies Place

Apartment Museum Area

B&B Amsterdam Amstel Apartment

City Center Apartment

Huis Roomolen

Canal View Amsterdam apartment

Waterfront Design Suite

Amsterdam Lily apartment

Brand new appartment in oldes part of town

Lake view on the 13th

18th Century Groundfloor Canal House with patio/garden

Stylish apartment in city centre

Keizersgracht Residence

Cave Binnenkant

Petit Prince

Apartment Sandra

Charles Apartments

Luxury duplex along canal

Alberdingk Thijmstraat Apartments

One and Only Bedroom

Museum City Centre Apartment

Vondelpark Stylish Apartment

Gallery One Apartment

Leidse Square Suite

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Amsterdam: quiet walks and night fun

If you are thinking of visiting Amsterdam , rent your apartment in the center of the small city of Amsterdam, a place full of charm where it is incredibly fast to move on two wheels, making the compact size of Amsterdam infinitely easier to explore.

In addition, near your accommodation you can find many places where bicycles and locks are rented, for which you will not pay more than 30 euros. And it is that Amsterdam, like any European city, has a good amount of places for dinner. Rent your accommodation near the best restaurants in Amsterdam , without forgetting, of course, to try the delicious rijsttafel, which literally translates as "rice table".

Rijsttafel is a dish of Indonesian origin that was adapted by the Dutch colonialists, who took it to Holland in 1945, when Indonesia gained its independence. It is based on a large number of small dishes, such as satay, pickles and egg rolls, accompanied by rice prepared in different ways. You can choose one in any of the many Indonesian restaurants found in almost every neighborhood in the city. On the other hand, you can also choose a stay near the Amsterdam canal and then enjoy a small boat trip.

There are countless boat trips on the many canals of the city, but an even more fun way to explore the city is on a pedal boat. You can also take a look at the Red Light District of Amsterdam, the medieval center of the city, a fascinating experience or visit the curious coffer shops, a whole call to freedom and new experiences.