|Double beds (1 duvet):||1|
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|Stairs in apartment:||No|
|Bed linen/Towels provided:||Yes|
Visitors enjoy staying in the Jordaan district because it is centrally located and near the Amsterdam Centraal Station but also because it is not over populated by tourists so you get to live amongst the locals in a real-life Amsterdam setting. This district was once home to the working class but modern Jordaan is now a trendy and much desired place to live in, especially amongst younger professionals and arty types. There are many little cafes to set down in, narrow cobbled streets to wander through, canals to admire and small art galleries to visit. One of Amsterdam’s most beautiful canals, Brouwersgracht is just a stroll away down the road; it’s the perfect canal to enjoy a gentle walk by and take pictures on its humpback bridges. Go a step further and tour the canal filled city on a boat to see Amsterdam’s historic façade from a different perspective. The Northern Church is just around the corner and it is located on a square that holds regular markets, including an organic food market on Saturdays.