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READY TO EXPLORE?

Let’s find the best
neighborhood for your
Amsterdam home.

AMSTERDAM
50 Canals
500 Bridges
779,000 Population
An estimated 800,000 bikes (yes, more
bikes than residents).

63% of Amsterdammers use their bike on
a daily basis.
Ranks #5 in Green City Index, Europe*
With 30 parks, Amsterdam ranks high in
per capita green space area.

THE BEST NEIGHBORHOODS
Qualitative Quantitative – this chart explained next…
City Centre - the heart of the action and busy with tourists/visitors although you can
find many quiet back streets. Premium properties such as 17th century canal houses
are very expensive and many are used as commercial offices rather than residential
buildings. The Jordaan district (just west of the centre) is a popular choice for
apartments with picturesque canals, independent shops and a communal atmosphere.

Inner Neighborhoods - Prime areas to live in are Oud

West and Oud Zuid (including the chic Museum Quarter),
the multicultural, working class De Pijp and the classy
Rivierenbuurt in the south.
The new developments to be seriously considered are

IJ waterfront
and Westerpark.
Amsterdam Oost (east) and the adjacent Indischebuurt have some renovation and
developments going on - though they are poorer areas with predominantly social
housing. Outer Suburbs - Cheaper places for apartments further out
include Osdorp and Slotervaart which are accessible to the centre by public transport.
Some may want to avoid Amsterdam Zuidoost (south-east) which has had its share of
social problems - however apartment prices are a lot cheaper than central
Amsterdam. Amsterdam Noord (north of the IJ) can feel a little detached from the city
and is more Dutch-centric than international. *from amsterdamtips.com

SO WESTERPARK AND IJBURG LOOK GOOD!

Ijburg is less expensive but a bit more remote.

Westerpark
€3500
per m2

Ijburg
€2500
per m2

Apartments rent more often

(might be price or inventory related).

Location, location, location
Maintaining a host’s privacy is essential, but location is a
critical factor when deciding where to stay. Travelers don’t
need to know an exact address right away, but they need
to know what the address means to their trip.
Is the area walkable to restaurants, nightlife, markets—or
are they in for a very long walk to public transportation? Is
your street quiet, pleasantly bustling, or directly under a
clattering train line? Is a late-night stroll is perfectly normal
in your neighborhood, or should guests use caution?

Nearby greenspace, a
balcony, a garden?
Is your home so unique (a
houseboat, an old church)
that it becomes part of the
experience?

HOW TO PICK YOUR HOME

Airbnb surveyed 1000
folks and provides advice
for choosing your home.


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