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Zuid is a combination of the former districts Oud-Zuid and Zuideramstel. From the cultural Museumplein to the lively Vondelpark and the serene lanes along the Willemsparkweg. Oud-Zuid is one of Amsterdam’s most beautiful and richest neighbourhoods with impressive, wide lanes, imposing monumental buildings, exceptional boutiques and a few of the best museums in the world. But don’t forget about Buitenveldert, the Rivierenbuurt, De Pijp, the Zuidas and Hoofddorppleinbuurt. All very popular residential neighbourhoods.
“Oud-Zuid is mostly a neighbourhood for families. The street reflects this by mostly being packed with cargo bikes and station wagons. The best schools in the city are located here.”
“De Pijp is the melting pot of the city. People from all over the world and of all social classes live here side by side. Sometimes they clash, but it does make for a vibrant atmosphere that cannot be matched.”
“Duivelseiland has combined the best of both worlds. It’s a little bit like Oud-Zuid and a little bit like De Pijp. It’s less trite than De Pijp and less elitist than Oud-Zuid.”
“In the Rivierenbuurt and in the neighbourhood of the Olympic Stadium, which we used to call Nieuw-Zuid back in the day, the houses are laid out a little better than that they are in the older working class neighbourhoods. The typical 30’s housing is wider and larger than elsewhere. It’s only logical that these two neighbourhoods are so popular with families.”
“A true real estate titbit: what’s striking about the houses in the Museumkwartier is that the further you get away from Museumplein, the more shallow the gardens become. At the end of the Valeriusstraat the gardens are no more than 6 metres deep, while at the beginning of the street they are twice that deep.”
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