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The Jordaan, Amsterdam

Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
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Explore one of the capital city's historical neighborhoods, The Jordaan, known for its small, winding streets and cultural sites. This was a working-class and emigrant district in the 17th century but is now a popular neighborhood for young entrepreneurs, artists, and students. Discover art galleries, boutiques, pubs, and cafes throughout the charming quarter, where many significant figures in Dutch history, such as writer Joost van Vondel and artist Rembrandt, once resided. Visit Rembrandt's grave at Westerkerk church, the Anne Frank House, and many other important sites. View art studios, courtyards, and stone tablets, for which the quarter is famous. Using our international travel planner, Amsterdam attractions like The Jordaan can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • One of the most beautiful quarters of Amsterdam, Bohemian, streets, small gardens, houses that look like real monuments, etc, etc, a marvel.
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  • Be sure to enjoy the neighborhoods of Amsterdam and the channels. Valley, always, take a boat tour or a bike. The city is all beautiful
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  • You have not really visited Amsterdam unless you take a canal cruise. Many tour operators are available just beyond the main entrance to the train station. 
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