Holiday rentals in Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

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Holiday rentals in Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

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Holiday lets near the Rijksmuseum

With superb museums and galleries, ancient churches and miles of waterways to explore, Amsterdam is a fascinating destination and a self-catering apartment near the Rijksmuseum means you have many of the city’s top attractions right on your doorstep. After admiring the stunning collection of Old Masters at the Rijksmuseum, you can watch the world go by at one of the city’s pavement cafes. Whether you’re searching for budget accommodation near the Rijksmuseum or planning to indulge in a luxury apartment, it can be difficult to know whether you are paying over the odds for holiday accommodation. When you book with Apartum, we do all the hard work for you, comparing hundreds of apartments so that you can always be confident you are getting the best price.

Explore Amsterdam with holiday rentals near the Rijksmuseum

With your holiday rental near the Rijksmuseum, you can take in all of Amsterdam’s top sights at a relaxing pace before returning to the tranquillity and privacy of your self- catering apartment. When travelling with a group of friends, a holiday rental is much more convenient than a hotel: you can come and go as you please, perhaps visiting Anne Frank’s house or taking a canal boat trip to explore the ancient bridges, houses and hidden waterways of the city. In the evening, you can all meet up to share your stories of the day over a relaxing drink and home-cooked meal. If cooking at home doesn’t appeal, sample one of Amsterdam’s array of restaurants, bars and bistros that represent cuisines from around the world.

Discover the real Amsterdam with accommodation near the Rijksmuseum

Holiday accommodation near the Rijksmuseum is not only better value and more convenient than a hotel, it allows you to live alongside the locals and really get the feel for the city. Take a morning stroll to enjoy breakfast at the corner cafe before heading out to view the inspirational artworks at the Van Gogh Museum. After exploring the Westerkerk and climbing Langer Jan, the 86m high tower, a visit to the ancient houses and quiet gardens of the Begijnhof is highly recommended. A holiday apartment near the Rijksmuseum is a great option for families with children: you can return at any time for them to have a snack or a nap and in the evenings, older children can settle down with a movie while their parents relax over a delicious meal.