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Its cutting-edge architecture and bustling nabes make it a prime choice for the urbanite expat.
However, typical Dutch neighbourhoods do still exist among the skyscrapers and chain store shopping streets, making Rotterdam an attractive option for those seeking a mix of big-city living and traditional.
The vibrant church-turned-restaurant Bazar, which serves up the flavours and atmosphere of North Africa and the Middle East, is also located on this long, lively street.
Running from Albert Cuypstraat to the intimate Sarphatipark is the leafy side-street Eerste van der Helststraat, dotted with eateries ranging from organic and trendy to authentic and ethnic.
Once a working-class neighbourhood, the Jordaan is now a classic district inhabited by young and edgy students, artists and expats.
Oud-Zuid is a fashionable, upscale district of Amsterdam.Colourfully diverse, it’s what the Dutch would call a hutspot of people from all around the globe.At the core of this cultural crossroads is the famous Albert Cuypstraat, home to the Netherlands’ most popular outdoor market, the Albert Cuypmarkt, where droves of locals and tourists can be found trolling the 260 eccentric stalls daily.Palatial-like homes in the style of Art Nouveau are prominent, and being a short tram ride away from the centre and North Sea makes the Statenkwartier twice as desirable.The Gemeentemuseum Den Haag, Museon, GEM-Foto Museum, swank shopping street “The Fred,” grand embassies, and the IND office for expats can be found in this long-established suburb of The Hague.