This apartment is situated on the beautiful Prinsengracht Canal, one of the most picturesque canals in the city in the World Heritage Protected Amsterdam Central Canal Belt. After just a few minutes walking the canal you will understand why they are World Heritage listed, with the elegant canal houses dating back to Dutch Golden Age. The Van Loon Museum is a well preserved canal house offering a glimpse into the life of wealthy Amsterdam residents during the Golden Age. The apartment is situated in the Jordaan district, a stunning district filled with residential houses, fashionable boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants. The district is the ideal area to walk around and get a feel for Amsterdam life, while stopping for some great food during your exploration. The Anne Frank House and Dam square are within walking distance, as is the Museum Quarter home to several of the city’s largest museums including the Van Gogh Museum, Rijks Museum and the Stedelijk Museum. The district is also home to the Concert Hall and numerous bars, cafes and restaurants. Vondel Park, the largest park in the city, is not far from the Museum District and is the perfect place to relax on a warm afternoon. Leidseplein is within walking distance and is one of Amsterdam’s nightlife hubs filled with bars, cafes, restaurants, nightclubs and life music venues. This apartment is located in the perfect position, with numerous attractions within walking distance and public transport links available for those places not reachable of foot. With Central Station just a short distance away it is possible to travel to other smaller cities to explore such as Gouda and Delft.