Amsterdam Hotels near Jordaan
Jordaan is a district originally known for its working class neighbourhood. Bordered by the Lijnbaansgracht, Prinsengracht, and Brouwersgracht canals, it is one of the most expensive and upscale locations within the Netherlands. Home to a number of modern art galleries, speciality shops, and bustling markets, this district is also home to historic landmarks, and is the last resting place of the artist Rembrandt. Amsterdam markets are enjoyable and there are a variety of stalls available for travellers to explore at the Noordermarkt on Westerstraat. This market is located in a square lined by cafes and restaurants. ... Read more »
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- Visit and view the statues of several popular musicians on the corner of Prinsengracht and Elandsgracht streets located in Jordaan, where annual festivals are also held to celebrate the district’s musical talent.
- Explore the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, an historical landmark that is located on the Prinsengracht canal is where Anne Frank (the Jewish wartime diarist) and others hid from the oppression, persecution, and discrimination of the Nazis in World War II.
- Venture to Amsterdam’s Jordaan district to see the Westerkerk Protestant Church that was built in the early 1600s.
Get in and around the city and its districts by way of the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, which is one of the busiest terminals in the world. The airport has coin operated locker facilities, a variety of restaurants, and a museum. Schiphol offers a number of transportation facilities into the city’s centre; the easiest of which is the direct train to Amsterdam Central Station, from where you will be able to make your way to other districts like the Canal Ring or Jordaan. Other ways to travel within the districts include metro, tram, bus, and boat facilities.« Hide