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Whole apartment

Specious fully furnished cozy and warm apt.
Facilities
TV Wi-Fi Refrigerator Private bathroom Air Conditioning Breakfast Included
Double Bed Kitchen Access Near Gay Area Parking PC access Single Bed
Seasons
Low £79.81 £88.78
Mid £79.81 £88.78
High £98.64 £107.61
Overview
The Neighborhood
Museum Quarter Attractions
Located near the Museumplein, the Museum District (Museumkwartier) is certainly the place for culture vultures to be in Amsterdam. The quarter is home to the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum, Concertgebouw (Concert Hall) and the Vondelpark. If that’s not enough, then there’s also Coster Diamonds, which gives free tours of its factory, to amuse and amaze you. Most of the buildings in this attractive quarter are from the 19th century and both Museumplein and Vondelpark are great for picnics and relaxing on the grass.

Museum Quarter Shopping
Put your sunglasses on and polish-up your credit card - the Museum District's shops are frequented by the Dutch glitterati and are as excellent for entertainment value as they are for finding a new pair of designer shoes. The P.C. Hooftstraat is home to all the up-market international brands like Gucci, Chanel and Louis Vuitton while the Van Baerlestraat beckons with top-end local brands like Pauw, Oilily and Vanilia. In the Jacob Obrechtstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat you’ll find gorgeous little boutiques with very enticing storefront displays.
Getting around
by tram 16,24,5 you can get from the central station.
from the airport use bus no 197.
10 minutes walk to the most famous local market Albert Cuyp With puplic transportation in 8 minutes to Rembrandtplein ( centrum) .
Other Things to Note
We offer scooter rental starting from 17.5 EUR (per day) for 1 week, and 25,- (per day) EUR for less then a week.
no helmet required.

Requirements:
+ Valid international driver licence.
+ Abroad Health insurance.
+ signing release agreement.
Location
The Neighborhood
Museum Quarter Attractions
Located near the Museumplein, the Museum District (Museumkwartier) is certainly the place for culture vultures to be in Amsterdam. The quarter is home to the Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, Stedelijk Museum, Concertgebouw (Concert Hall) and the Vondelpark. If that’s not enough, then there’s also Coster Diamonds, which gives free tours of its factory, to amuse and amaze you. Most of the buildings in this attractive quarter are from the 19th century and both Museumplein and Vondelpark are great for picnics and relaxing on the grass.
Important information
No pets are allowed,
The property is non smoking,
Payment is on arrival and in cash.