Another detail you need to keep in mind is the preferred location of your future home to be.
is the city’s second-largest and by far the most popular district among expats.
Most people enjoy living in close proximity to the popular bars and stores of the neighborhood.
Living in the Centrum means living at the heart of historic Amsterdam.
The district has the highest number of Western foreigners and is the
second-most expensive area to live in Amsterdam. When it comes to the
price, the Centrum is only topped by the former Oud-Zuid
expats can find
the most expansive housing in all of Amsterdam. The city’s West
, on the
other hand, attracts all kinds of people and nationalities. Westerpark
is one of the cheapest neighborhoods in Amsterdam.
Because of its many schools, it is very popular among young families.