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This wonderful place is perfectly suitable for a group of 4 travelers looking for stylish and comfortable accommodation close to the heart of Amsterdam.
The simplicity of décor highlights the practical character of the bright and roomy interiors. The space remains uncluttered and fully functional, while still providing you with a range of useful day-to-day solutions, and – of course – pleasant aesthetic experience.
The living room is filled with plenty of daylight, but also with a nice selection of furniture, which comprises a large double sleeping sofa, a classy armchair, a stylish coffee table and a flatscreen TV fixed on the wall. This is also where you will be able to enjoy your meals, as to the end of the room there’s a recess with enough space to hold a round dining table and a set of chairs.
The kitchen is found in a separate section, and comes equipped with a rich supply of useful cooking utensils. Another separate room is the chic, atmospheric bedroom, furnished with a king-size double bed, a capacious wardrobe with a huge mirror and a pair of bedside items. The toilet is also located separately, and the bathroom comes with modern sink and shower cabin.
Important information: No pets allowed. The apartment is suitable for guests with allergies.
Once you arrive to your destination, you’ll soon appreciate all the advantages of staying in the exciting district of De Pijp. Dubbed as the Latin Quarter, it represents the rich variety of cultures that form the Venice of the North. Hence, expect to come across a big diversity of eating establishments, specialty shops and forms of entertainment offered locally.
Still, to feel the real spirit of Amsterdam, you should definitely check out the hurly-burly of Albert Cuyp Markt stretching along Govert Flinckstraat. It is found right past Sarphatipark, a local oasis of peace, so the contrast is even stronger as you enter the lines of stalls tempting you with a great variety of food, clothes, antiques, accessories and much more.
If you manage to leave the market with your hands free of bags of stuff, and with some cash left in your wallet, you should get a well-deserved meal at Marie Heinekenplein. Or, alternatively, you can visit the exciting Heineken Experience and taste the authentic Dutch brew from the very source.
Other attractions found in the vicinity include Museumplein, which is absolutely worth a visit. After all, how often do you get the majority of the most important museums of the city in one place? Expect some queuing, but it is worth it. And with a half an hour walk you can get directly to the city centre and admire all of its highlights, such as Dam Square or Oude Kerk, to name just a few.