Amsterdam vacation rentals
Planning a European vacation to Amsterdam? A vacation rental home is an affordable way to visit this unconventional Dutch city. Choose an apartment rental in the heart of the Canal Belt or a home on the Prinsengracht, either will put you within walking distance of Amsterdam’s best attractions. Deals are available on rentals in every budget range. Read our unbiased user reviews so you can book with confidence.
No matter what neighborhood you stay in, this European city is small enough that you’ll be close to major attractions. The city’s most famous museums – the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House – are all situated in the heart of town and its worth a visit to at least one, or if you have time, all three. After, grab a coffee or beer at one of the city’s café’s and sit back to people watch. With its distinguished architecture and canals throughout the city, Amsterdam is a great town to simply wander. Walk through the city’s Red Light District with other tourists or browse one of the city’s open-air markets. Or explore the city on the preferred mode of transportation – a bike.
Amsterdam day trips
A rental home in the city will allow you to easily explore the region surrounding Amsterdam. If there’s too much bike traffic in the city, take a guided ride to the countryside where you’ll see postcard-perfect windmills and, depending on the season, tulips. Stop along the way at a cheese factory and pick up some authentic Holland gouda. Visit the idyllic village of Volandam, where you can shop for souvenirs to take back home. Visit a wooden shoe factory and pick up some wooden clogs. Or take a train ride out to The Hague, Netherland’s capital, home to the world’s court, and close to beach resort towns.
Save money on Amsterdam vacation rentals
European vacations don’t come cheap, but a vacation rental home can make it affordable. We’ve got rentals in all budget ranges and discounts that will help you get the best deal in Amsterdam. Plus, with your own kitchen, you can shop at the local markets and dine in instead of eating out.