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Discover the neighbourhood
Living by the canals was the absolute favourite for a long time, but the success of Amsterdam as a tourist city also makes us look at the more quiet canals and streets in the city centre. The heart of the city is no longer just the canal ring. We see the surrounding neighbourhoods transform into new city centres. From the Haarlemmerbuurt and Weesperbuurt to the Oostelijke and Westelijke Eilanden. Vibrant districts and neighbourhoods to live in. Have a look at our listings in Centrum.
“As soon as the children are out of the house I expect that we will return to the city and end up in the neighbourhood of the Amstelveld or the Reguliersgracht. That is a nice spot, it is calm and pleasant living there. It’s less hectic there than in the western part of the canal district. The Amstelveld always kind of reminds me of a village square in France, which might be because of the jeu de boules field and the wooden church.”
“Living by the canals is everyone’s ultimate goal! Tell someone in a village in Limburg that you live on the Keizersgracht and they will know exactly where it is and they will be envious of you.”
“The real pearls of the city are the canal houses themselves, but also think about the housing in the back of these buildings. Between the Herengracht and the Keizersgracht you will find the most beautiful gardens, the ‘keurtuinen’. Beautifully tended monumental gardens, styled as English or French gardens, with arbours, ponds and beautiful old trees.”
“Most inhabitants of Amsterdam never go to Dam Square, the Leidseplein or Rembrandtplein. We know better, don’t we? In the small streets the bars are much more fun, the restaurants better and we can be inhabitants of Amsterdam amongst ourselves.”
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