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- Amsterdam City Centre
- Red Light District
- Dam Square
- Ziggo Dome
- Rembrandt Square
- Anne Frank House
- Olympic Stadium
- Van Gogh Museum
- RAI Exhibition and Congress Centre
- Flower Market
- Amsterdam Museum
- Heineken Experience
- Madame Tussauds
- DeLaMar Theater
- Stedelijk Museum
- Rembrandt House Museum
- Heineken Music Hall
What you should know about Jordaan
Thanks to Hotels.com, it has never been so quick and easy to find a wonderful place to stay in the Jordaan neighborhood of Amsterdam. We are experts in Dutch travel and we used our local knowledge to find you a great variety of hotels in Jordaan, Amsterdam to choose from. Whether your budget is tight or luxurious, and whether you are on a quick sight seeing tour with your partner or a pampering week away with a few friends, you are sure to be able to find an amazing place to stay on our site. Make sure to take a look at the photos which we put up of all of our hotels in Jordaan, Amsterdam, as well as the reviews of each hotel, contributed by other Hotels.com users. Flanked by picturesque canals, Jordaan is famous for its upscale galleries and cool cafes.
What's Jordaan Like?
When in Jordaan, you can check out the Westerkerk church where he is buried and take a boat along the Rozengracht canal nearby. Jordaan is filled with fantastic art galleries, particularly those devoted to modern art. Foodies, meanwhile should head down to the trendy cafes for a cup of coffee, or to the Noodermarkt to buy some fresh produce (as well as other items on display). On the edge of the Jordaan district, you will find the Anne Frank House: now partly a museum, this is the house where Anne Frank and her family went into hiding during the Second World War. There is also an impressive weekend market where you can buy everything from local cheese to flowers so be sure to make a stop there if you are around at the weekend.
How to Get Along with Locals in Jordaan
Amsterdam has a great street food scene, and trying some local delicacies is highly recommended. Why not snack on the light, fluffy, sugary, buttery pancakes known as Poffertjes as you tour the streets of Jordaan, for instance? Another delicious hot snack that you can try when you visit Jordaan is Bitterballen. These consist of small savory round snacks with a deep fried breadcrumb crust and a gooey mix of beef, cheese, and meat broth in the center. Bitterballen are traditionally served, with a side of mustard for dipping, in the bars and cafes of Amsterdam as they are the perfect accompaniment to beer. At Hotels.com, we are brimming with knowledge about the culture, cuisine, and attractions of Jordaan. So why would you book via anyone else when you want to find the most wonderful hotels in Jordaan, Amsterdam for vacations?
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