Like most major cities Amsterdam is made up of a collection of neighbourhoods, each one with its own personality and selling points. There’s the 9-Straatjes, a small area in the centre that boasts lots of narrow streets lined with quirky shops and cafes. The Centrum is in a similar area and is perhaps the busiest
This is an amazing city. I was here about 10 years ago and it has really been cleaned up and more tourist frienldy. It wouldn’t really be somewhere i would bring kids. Very easy city to navigate around. Food can be hit or miss. Coffee shops vary hugely from commercial ones to more local ones.
Places to stay in Amsterdam are just as diverse as the city itself. From hostels set in old townhouses on the canal front and cosy B&B that burst with culture and new-age Dutch design to grand hotels tucked away down the winding streets, Amsterdam accommodation covers every kind of situation. As well as affordable luxury