Jordaan

Built in the 17th century for housing working class immigrants, Jordaan is now an upscale district of Amsterdam. The district has emerged as a posh and happening place for art aficionados with the opening of many art galleries, especially those for modern art. For those who want to browse through specialty shops and restaurants, Jordaan is the perfect place. The area also has many small and interesting museums such as the Houseboat Museum and the Pianola Museum. Rembrandt spent his last days in Jordaan

                  

More Places-To-Visit in Amsterdam
Albert Cyup Market
Amsterdam's Canals
Anne Frank House
Jordaan
Madame Tussauds
Rembrandtplein