"Hollanders enjoy one of the highest standards of living and rank among the leaders of longevity. Their quality of life is excellent, although this fact is often disguised by constant complaining about the same."
So, some general need-to-know facts
- Amsterdam neighbourhood`s
- official documents for relocation
- finding a home
- open a bank account
- make sure you have an insurance
- international schools
- postal office
The centre of Amsterdam is mainly situated in the centre canal ring. Beautiful canals with authentic mansions, canal houses and apartment buildings in 17th and 18th century architecture will make you love it immediately. Yuppies, students, families, artists and business people live here among eachother.
Originally the Jordaan was a working-class quarter, untill it was discovered by a new generation of artists, students and young entrepeneurs. Little, old houses and a restful surrounding are characterizing this area. Small streets, with authentic boutiques are typical Jordanese. Part because of the new citizens in the Jordaan, this area is changed from a working-class neighbourhood to a quarter with a lot of high educated residents and there are a lot of terraces, restaurants and cafe`s.
A very popular neighbourhood among expats. Beautiful buildings, the wide streets and designer-label shops, boutiques and restaurants make this area very luxurious and chic. Therefor, the rich and famous like to live here as well. Parking space always available.
The many ethnical restaurants are characterizing the ethnical diversity in this area. Long, straight streets are surrounding the Albert Cuypmarket. A lot of trendy cafe`s and restaurants are established here. Houses are less expensive than in the center.
Piet Gijzenbrugstraat, Amsterdam
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|Amsterdam Oud Zuid
||Available from: 2013-04-01
||Complete furnished apartment in the Amsterdam Oud Zuid Hoofddorpplein area