More centrally located in Amsterdam is almost impossible. Neighboring the ‘Zuiderkerk’, the oldest church of Amsterdam, you are just a 5-minute walk away from the Central Station. More over, you are in the middle of all the things that make Amsterdam so exceptional.
In your street you can find a lot of vintage stores, coffeehouses, coffeeshops, and various restaurants that serve food until late at night.
But also, you are just a minute away from Dam Square, where you can find the famous shopping street called the Kalverstreet. Here you can find more well-known stores and warehouses.
Furthermore you have the illustrious neighborhood witch is called The Red Light District around the corner. The Red Light District is famous for its sex shops and strip clubs but it has acquired an interest beyond these sexual themes. Nowadays Amsterdam is developing the neighborhood to a more artistic and sophisticated level. Witch is kind of interesting to see.
Since Amsterdam is relatively small, everything is on a walking distance. So if you’ld like to see other famous squares such as the Leidse Square or Rembrandsquare, witch are filled with entertainment, bars and nightclubs, they are just a 10 to 15 minute walk.
Or also other neighborhoods witch are worthy to see like the Jordaan are nearby.
The Jordaan has a high concentration of inner courtyards. Its many typical streets make the Jordaan a charming area to wonder about. Filled with many little shops, ‘De negen straatjes’ (the nine streets) are particularly noteworthy. These small streets, that cross some of the inner city canals, are crowded with authentic coffee bars, vintage and designer shops, and above all inspiring restaurants.
The area also harbors some small musea, like the Anne Frank house and there are various markets for foods, farmer products and textile on almost daily bases. The famous flea market on the Westerstreet takes place on Mondays and Saturdays.
Visiting other famous areas in and around the center of Amsterdam should not be too much of a problem. Due to the city’s compact nature spots like the Museum, Rembrandt and Leidsche square, as is the Vondelpark, are just a twenty minute walk away.
If you are not that fond of walking public transport is provided all around this location. For instance you are just a couple of meters away from the metro station and furthermore you are surrounded by diverse tram stops that can lead you to different areas of the city.