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rent a houseboat in Amsterdam city center

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Rent a houseboat in Amsterdam city center

If you want to rent a houseboat in Amsterdam city center, consider this charming houseboat, especially suited for a couple. Located in the Jordaan area of Amsterdam. This modern and trendy houseboat is the perfect getaway. If you are looking for something different, this is a great place to stay.

Surprisingly light, warm and spacious, this accommodation boasts an eclectic mix of retro and modern. The central, split-level, living area is a great place to eat or simply hang out and relax.

Living on this boat is a joy and you will feel at home right away. The upper living area boasts great views over the water. A wonderful place to sit and enjoy the sights and sound of the canal life. This houseboat offers fun, spacious and comfortable accommodation for a couple looking for a special experience in Amsterdam. In addition to all that, the boat is moored on a picturesque on a quit canal, while still in the heart of Amsterdam. Close to Anne Frank house, historic Grachtengordel (Canal Belt) and the Haarlemmerstraat with lovely boutiques, cafes and restaurants.

The Jordaan area in Amsterdam is famous for its cozy atmosphere. Walk around the tiny little streets and canals,  discover new restaurants and authentic cafés. In this neighbourhood you can find a mix of artists, students and young entrepreneurs, but also the ‘original Amsterdammers’.

So, if you are planning a trip to Amsterdam, why not make it extra special and rent a houseboat in Amsterdam so you can live like a local in the Jordaan !

Trendy Jordaan district

Check out the Jordan area neighborhood.

The houseboat is within minutes walking distance from the most scenic canals of the Jordaan area.
Located in the trendy Jordaan district, with its eclectic collection of boutiques,
cafés and restaurants, this houseboat is a perfect base from which to explore the city (and its nightlife)
The Grachtengordel (Canal Belt) is the most prestigious part of the city to live in; right on the most central canals and surrounded by Amsterdam’s finest architecture. Lots of specialty shops and a vast choice of restaurants are within walking distance. The Grachtengordel (Canal Belt) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

trendy Jordaan district
typical Jordan view
Shopping.

The “Negen Straatjes” (9 streets), home to many of Amsterdam’s exciting smaller boutiques, are just a short walk away.
The Palace on Dam Square, the hectic Kalverstraat shopping street and the calm of the Vondel park are also within easy reach, either on foot, by bike or tram. Visit the tempting Lindengracht food market on a Saturday morning, or the farmers market on the Noordermarkt.

original shopping in the Jordan area neighborhood in the trendy Jordaan district
the Amsterdam most famous 9 streets shopping area
Musea.

A fifteen minute stroll away (or 5 minute tram ride) you find is the Museumplein, home to the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art and the Rijksmuseum with its collection of world renowned masterworks.
Something for every taste! For those of you who want to venture a little further afield, hop on one of the many trams to take you across Amsterdam.
The main train station, Central Station, is also just a stone’s throw away.
The Jordaan district combines the typical Dutch cosiness with a beautiful historic area, consisting of beautiful canal houses, intimate squares and nostalgic houseboats.

For relaxation or entertainment Amsterdam offers many squares with good restaurants and nice bars.

Also visit the beautiful and trendy Westerpark, a city park for sports activities, jogging, bars, restaurants, social and music events, and a cinema.

Public transportation.

In 15 minutes you can walk to Central Station which has a comfortable connection with the Airport.The houseboat is only 30 minutes from Schiphol International Airport (by Taxi).
The nearest public transport stop is within 100 meters on Marnixstraat.
If you would really live like local, rent a bike around the corner! It is the best way to explore the city!