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Amsterdam: Our recommendations
Discover the best offers in Amsterdam for your next vacation, starting at €98 per night.
Lots of fun in Amsterdam vacation rentals
Amsterdam is known for its lively nights in the city center and red light district but also for its authentic and organic markets in the Joordan district.
A bed and breakfast in Amsterdam allows you to embrace all of the city's charms, from its incredible recreational areas like the canals and Vondelpark to its world-famous museums. You'll return from Amsterdam enriched with knowledge and in great shape.
A day of culture from your vacation rental in Amsterdam
Perhaps the Rijksmuseum is the most famous museum in Netherlands. With a vacation rental in Amsterdam, you can easily visit this museum. Admire The Night Watch by Rembrandt and The Milkmaid by Vermeer in real life. Another impressive museum is the Anne Frank House, also known as the Secret Annex. In this house, the Jewish girl Anne Frank hid during World War II. A little further back in time? Then visit the museum Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder. This former church of refuge is still in excellent condition and beautiful to see. The Historical Museum goes back even further and shows a picture of all the past centuries. With a vacation rental in Amsterdam, you have all kinds of museums at your fingertips. Explore the city from your luxury accommodation.
Discover a prestigious heritage during your stay
Searching for Amsterdam accommodation located near Dam Square is the epicenter of the city will allow you to be well placed in the city and enjoy Amsterdam's monuments.
In fact, it is on this square that, among other superb buildings, the Royal Palace is enthroned, a building with a princely architecture that can be appreciated both from the inside and the outside since the pomp of its rooms hosts the Historical Museum of Amsterdam.
The Nieuwe Kerk
As you cross Dam Square, take a look at the national monument dedicated to the victims of World War II and join a very surprising church, the Nieuwe Kerk. The Dutch take great pride in the neo-Gothic architecture of this temple, which hosts contemporary art exhibitions for a surprising mix!
For even more fun, feel free to admire the beautiful facades of the Dutch Golden Age from the comfort and charm of a tour boat. There are numerous departures throughout the city center starting at $13 for a one-hour tour.
Vacation home in Amsterdam, also the culinary capital of the Netherlands
During your vacation stay in Amsterdam, you can of course take care of your own meals. Your cottage in Amsterdam has a fully equipped kitchen, and in the immediate vicinity you will find many stores where you can get all the ingredients for a delicious home-cooked meal. Amsterdam has an extraordinary hospitality industry, with restaurants from all over the world and from all continents. If you are a bit adventurous, you can definitely find a cuisine from a country that was previously unknown to you. Furthermore, Amsterdam is, of course, the city where you go for a fries or a portion of bitterballen with your drink.
Van Gogh Museum, Anne Frank House... culture and memory in the spotlight in Amsterdam
Amsterdam is full of surprises, and its museums and other cultural venues are just like it! From the museum of eroticism to the beer museum to the Van Gogh museum, all passions, even the most surprising ones, find their place in this city.
Your Amsterdam vacation makes it easy to plan a cultural trip to the city that saw the flourishing of great artistic currents led by Rembrant, Rubens or even Vincent Van Gogh. They all hang on the walls of the Rijksmuseum, a must-see institution for art history enthusiasts. Count $19 for admission, which also gives access to temporary exhibitions.
Van Gogh Museum
This museum houses the largest collection of works by Vincent van Gogh with masterpieces like 'The Potato Eaters,' 'Almond Blossom' and 'The Sower.' Count $20 for normal admission and the museum is free for 0 to 17 years old making it a perfect idea for a cultural visit with the family!
Museumplein and Waterlooplein
These are the two museum districts in Amsterdam that will delight the culturally thirsty! The good idea is to book along with your Amsterdam vacation apartments your Museumkaart for $64 to enjoy 400 museums for free!
Anne Franck's House
The house in which Anne Franck and her family hid from Nazi persecution during World War II is now a museum dedicated to her life and times.
The Dutch National Opera
In modern architecture, the Muziektheater, shared with the Dutch National Ballet, the National Opera relies on a permanent company that invites renowned artistic figures each season.
Where to go on a trip in the authentic Holland?
From your accommodation in Amsterdam, the whole of Holland awaits you as well as the beautiful Dutch coastline. Take the opportunity to make stops in the surrounding villages!
For an out-of-the-ordinary day that puts a smile back on the face of families, head to Zaanse Schans, a picturesque former village turned eco-museum and a true open-air museum in the Netherlands!All of 19th century Dutch life is recreated right before your eyes, and numerous workshops allow you to learn ancestral know-how. The setting is also idyllic: windmills and old Dutch houses amidst tulips line your walk just 40 minutes from the capital.
Located about 30 minutes from Amsterdam, the charming village of Marken holds pleasant surprises. Atypical, it has retained an architectural identity that sets it apart from other destinations in Holland. If Marken is worth visiting, it's not just for its homes standing above the water on stilts, but also for its museum. Don't miss a trip to the lighthouse nicknamed "Marken's horse"and whose construction dates back to the 19th century. Marken's share of originality also lies in its harborwhere you will love to stroll in the evening.
If there is another destination to recommend to you, it is indeed the village of Volendam which will seduce you with its authenticity. Starting from Amsterdam, it will take you about 20 minutes to travel the 13 miles between the two destinations. As soon as you arrive, set out to explore the various places of interest like the cheese factory or the marina. Being basically a fishermen's village, Volendam is marked by a traditional cultural identity. If you get the urge to find out more about its history, simply visit the Volendams Museum, where mannequins are on display. Take the time to indulge in Volendam's gastronomy in which fish takes center stage with herring or eel dishes.
The best family activities in Amsterdam
Traveling to Amsterdam with kids is a great idea! Away from the red light district and its coffee shops, there is a fun city to discover. Riding bikes through the parks, discovering futuristic museums and navigating the canals are all activities your kids will love!"
Amsterdam with little ones
Families will love Amsterdam for its gentle way of life. Here, bicycles are king and the vegetation provides an idyllic setting.
1. Artis Zoo
Go see the sublime giraffes at Amsterdam Zoo and don't miss the aquarium and the Microbe Museum.
2. Amsterdam's culinary specialties
What if you went for "Kroketten"? These are doughnuts with bechamel sauce that you can enjoy on the go and at a low price.
Amsterdam with 7 / 12 year olds
Traveling to Amsterdam with children is even better if they are curious. Here, the museums are modern and fun.
1. NEMO Science Museum
This incredible museum takes the shape of a boat. An opportunity to learn more about the universe around us. We recommend taking part in the activities of the chemistry lab.
2. Amsterdam Botanical Garden
Give yourself a pleasant moment in a peaceful environment. The Hortus Botanicus contains a butterfly greenhouse and a greenhouse with three climates, including a tropical one.
Amsterdam with teens
In Amsterdam, teens are not likely to drag their feet! There is so much to see and experience along the canals.
1. EYE Film Museum
The film museum is amazing, and its shape is not unlike a spaceship. It's accessed by taking a free ferry from the back of Central Station. Inside, educational (and free!) activities explain special effects techniques in film.
2. Electric boat ride
It's very easy to rent a boat, and without a license. You can take advantage of it to calmly navigate the various canals and thus discover Amsterdam from the water.
Top 10 best visits in Amsterdam
It was one of the first parks in the world where you could have your barbecues in complete relaxation. This English-style park allows you to stroll between rose gardens and water features but also to eat and undertake outdoor activities, especially with your family.
2. Jordaan Neighborhood
In the northwest of Amsterdam, the Jordaan is a peaceful neighborhood where an authentic charm emerges from the Dutch "brown cafes."
3. Bike Tour
It's impossible to pass up bicycles in Amsterdam. Get close to the city's many rental shops to find the right model for your ride.
4. Stroll along the canals
Bordering on beautiful historic homes, strolling along Amsterdam's canals is fun no matter the season! Don't miss Anne Frank's house, which is actually located on Prinsengracht.
5. Red light district
Discover Amsterdam's red light district: Although there's more to the city than just this district, it's undeniably popular with travelers. In addition to its famous coffee shops, you'll find museums with a variety of themes: cannabis museum, erotica museum or even the Tussauds museum!"
6. Albert Cuyp Markt
Spanning the length of a street, you'll be spoilt for choice at this market in terms of food, clothing or souvenirs.
7. Negen Straatjes
Literally the "Nine Little Streets", the street is located right in the heart of the Jordaan canal belt. This neighborhood will charm you with its quaint little streets full of cafes and small stores.
Go to Foodhallen a former streetcar warehouse turned into a restaurant! Choose from the many stalls in this former warehouse now a star of the culinary scene. Located in a trendy part of Amsterdam, the specialties offered in this hall are bound to find favor with your eyes and stomach!
9. Brouwerij 't IJ
Installed in a working windmill, this brewery has been serving amazing lagers, pilsners and IPAs since 1985. If you're traveling in the summer, take advantage of the large deck available and the snacks!
10. From School
Hungry to get your legs moving? Head to a former school that has since been turned into a club called De School to shake it up. A cornerstone of the city's nightlife scene, De School is one of the city's must-see clubs!
Frequently asked questions
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most in-demand accommodations in Amsterdam are houseboat rental and bed and breakfast rental. With 82 offers in Amsterdam, we always find the perfect accommodation for you.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
With Casamundo, you will find vacation rentals starting from €98 in Amsterdam. On average, accommodations in Amsterdam will have a size of 30 m² (Bed and breakfast rental) and 40 m² (Houseboat rental).
Do you offer pet-friendly houseboat rental in Amsterdam?
If you are traveling with your pet, we have the perfect solution: Apartment rental are the most pet-friendly accommodations in Amsterdam. On average a pet-friendly rental costs €591 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
Yes, we definitely have accommodations for groups in Amsterdam. On average, the houseboat rental has space for 3 guests.
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