Your visit to the city will most probably start there, no matter how you arrive. Make sure to explore the area and enjoy the stunning architecture.
Tall and narrow houses with simple, ancient architecture are characteristic of this area. I enjoyed walking along the canal and watching the roadside stalls.
The Amstel is part of the canal cruise. The opera and theater overlook the river. There is also a trail along the river which is nice to walk.
Amsterdam took its name from the river. The city developed from a small fishing village named Amstelredam, built during the 13th century alongside a dam at the mouth of the river. The hamlet developed into the small town Amsteldam, which later became Amsterdam. Now you can…
peaceful nice neighborhood. nothing much to see, unless you stay close to it. very calmful and easy transportation to central areas.