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Oud-Zuid Introduction

For lovers of culture, arts and history, the Oud-Zuid area in the Dutch capital, Amsterdam is the ideal location for a fun-filled holiday. Meaning Old South in the local language, this area is home to the famous Van Gogh museum, the outdoor spaces of the Vondelpark and the Royal Concergebouw concert hall, where you can treat your ears to a free concert on Wednesdays. To get your shopping and artisan coffee fix, head to Cornelis Schuytstraat.

Hotels in Oud-Zuid

Oud-Zuid hotels come in a range that’s wide and varied to suit all budgets and travel styles. If you’re after that little bit more privacy and independence, why not a book an urban apartment? Many discount hotels are also available with free WiFi and breakfast included. There are often bike rental facilities, which is a particular highlight given Amsterdam’s love of transport on 2 wheels. Expect 5-star options to come with a pool, health club and valet parking, while 4-star hotels usually offer fitness centres.

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Where to stay

Oud-Zuid has plenty of hotel options to cater to your every need. Try a stay close to the canal for something different, or for the largest selection of mid-range accommodation, try Museumkvartier to the north of district. If it’s shopping you desire, hotels are available on Cornelis Schuytstraat so that you can be within arm’s reach of those trendy boutiques and coffee houses. To the east, De Pijp has some options overlooking the nearby Sarphatipark and gardens for those quiet moments of peace and tranquillity in a bustling city.

Things to see

The Van Gogh museum is a must for art lovers, as it houses 3 floors dedicated to the artist’s life. The area also includes Amsterdam’s most famous outdoor space, the Vondelpark, which was opened in 1850 and is a favourite of joggers and picnickers alike. If you’re in need of some supplies for your picnic, try the ZuiderMRKT or farmer’s market in the area for some top-quality food and perhaps a coffee to round things off. Shoppers will love Cornelis Schuytstraat for retail therapy, as the street’s shops and boutiques also have a range of bakeries, cafes and eateries. Music lovers should schedule in a trip to the world-famous Royal Concergebouw concert hall which puts on over 700 concerts a year and is home to one of the best orchestras in the world, the Royal Concergebouw Orchestra.

How to get to Oud-Zuid

Oud-Zuid is well connected to Schiphol Airport, which you can reach via a 30-minute bus ride, or around 11 minutes by taxi if you’re in a hurry. Schiphol is the only airport in Amsterdam and is also one of Europe’s busiest. The city’s network of trams, buses and metro transport options can all be paid for using a single public transport card. Nearby cities of interest include historic Rotterdam, 1 hour to the south, or the beautiful area of Haarlem, 30 minutes to the west of the Dutch capital.

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