Old City Apartment II
For those who want to be staying in the heart of the city of Amsterdam, look no further. Old City II offers you all the qualities of your own home for four guests and has two bedrooms.Old City Apartment II
Covering two floors of a beautiful seventeenth century house is this great two-bedroom holiday apartment. It is set right in the heart of the city so all the exciting things that this city has to offer you are right in front of you. It has a spacious living area with some nice seating are for you to relax on or have a chat. In the back of this room you can find a nice dining table where you can enjoy some of your own made meals if you want to. That’s right; you can impress your guests with your culinary skills because you will have a very modern kitchen. It comes fully equipped so go ahead and start cooking.
Upstairs is where we can find the two bedrooms. One is fitted with a double bed; the other has two single beds. Therefore it should be perfect for a family or group of friends. Naturally you will have access to your own bathroom. This great place has all the features of a short stay apartment that will make your holiday or stay an unforgettable experience.
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Old City Apartment II Location
It doesn’t get much better, or closer to the real historical heart of the city. Situated very close to the Amsterdam Central Station, this accommodation is right in the heart of where it all happens. This is where old buildings almost bend over you, where the cute little bridges connect the alleys over the canal system, and where all the exciting nightlife is for you to explore. You needn’t even leave your direct area, because there is plenty to do here. There are so many bars and restaurants that serve a variety of meals, and the touristic attractions are only a short walk away. Within five to ten minutes you can find yourself at Dam Square, Amsterdam’s main city square. It is from here where you should start exploring the city.
You can go south towards the museum area, head out west for the quaint Jordaan neighbourhood, or walk east towards the red light district and the Nieuwmarkt city square that holds cute little boutiques and the like. Should you wish to travel a bit further, just hop on the tram or train at the central station. The Netherlands have a excellent public transportation network, so you can go anywhere you want.
City area: City Centre