De Pijp, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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  • 3 mentions in What are the best neighborhoods in Amsterdam?

    • Sabine v.

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      Sabine v. said, "...Amsterdam, Van T Spit, Spaghetteria Amsterdam Westand Bar Brouw(there is also one in the east part at Beukenplein). Aso Jordaan and De Pijp are nice neighborhoods, but are getting more and more touristy. Have fun!..." See More

    • jurriaan T.

      jurriaan T. said, "...Check out my neighborhood De Pijp- which has the biggest street market (daily except Sundays at Albert Cuypstraat) where you can try local snacks like 'poffertjes' and 'stroopwafels'. Have a coffee at De Wasserette or Hutspot Amsterdam. The restaurant scene is..." See More

    • Robert S.

      Robert S. said, "...I agree with Juriaan about De Pijp. When I was living in Amsterdam from 2006 up to 2008, I always went to the bars in this area. Behind the Heineken Experience you find the Heineken square, around the Albert Cuypmarkt you'll..." See More

  • 2 mentions in First time in Amsterdam. Please help with my two day itinerary.

    • Martina M.

      Martina M. said, "...messy, real turist trap, would rather have lunch in A De Jordaan at Cafe George or if your out in the De Pijp instead go to Boca's for tapas platters, or Little Collins for great brunch. Albert Cuypmarkt or the Bloemenmarkt (need..." See More

    • Tanya K.

      Tanya K. said, "...skip the Rembrandt- and Leidseplein, they are very touristic and the food isn't that great. Instead have lunch or dinner in De Pijp or even better De Jordaan (area around de Noordermarkt ) It's the real Amsterdam and it's where the Dutch..." See More

  • 1 mention in Taking a child abroad to Amsterdam

    • Ted J.

      Ted J. said, "...love them, some operate daily, and Saturdays are busy market days, but a great time to explore. Albert Cuypmarkt in the De Pijp is largest and most popular. Finally, biking in Amsterdam is always fun and a great experience, but think of..." See More

  • 1 mention in Central location for vacation rental in Amsterdam?

    • Janelle K.

      Janelle K. said, "...I'd recommend the Jordaan or De Pijp neighbourhoods. They're both close to central Amsterdam but are mostly residential and quiet at night. AirBNB would probably be the best source for finding what you're looking for...." See More

  • 1 mention in What to do in Amsterdram for two days?

    • Sabine v.

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      Sabine v. said, "...with nice food, a huge bar and just a general good atmosphere. It is always really busy though! Go to the De Pijp neighborhood around Gerard Doustraat and Gerard Douplein. Here is where mostly locals go for a drink on the weekend...." See More

  • 1 mention in Affordable Lodging close to Dam Square with culture?

    • Pepijn W.

      Pepijn W. said, "...you don't spend to much time on and around the square though.. Its really crowded and focused on tourist. Places like De Pijp, Negen Straatjes, Jordaan are really so much better. Don't eat on and around Dam square. Those are 9..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must-go-to restaurants & things to do over one weekend?!

    • Tanya K.

      Tanya K. said, "...For the real Amsterdam experience you go to the De Jordaan and De Pijp( 2 districts where the local people raelly like to hang out) You can have lunch here or a casual diner, it's all good here, nothing fancy though...." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the best free things to do in Amsterdam?

    • Dana M.

      Dana M. said, "...Herengracht, Singel but not only), to visit the cozy Jordaan neighbourhood and please, please go outside the centre in Oosterdoksstraat, Westermarkt, De Pijp; go to one of the lovely parks (Vondelpark, Westerpark) and relax on the grass. The art galleries in..." See More

  • 1 mention in Where are the top 3 shopping areas in Amsterdam?

    • Marijke S.

      Marijke S. said, "...Jordaan also check out the Gerard Doustraat (between the Ferdinand Bolstraat and Gerard Douplein) and the Eerste van der Helststraat in De Pijp (between the Albert Cuypmarket and Sarphatipark), very close to the Albert Cuypmarkt. One of my favorite shops is Anna..." See More

  • 1 mention in Going to Amsterdam 3rd week in Sept.

    • Sabine v.

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      Sabine v. said, "...Straatjes which are the side streets of a part of the canals, full of boutiques, shops and cafes. Also visit neighboorhoud De Pijp with nice cafe's, terraces, shops etc. You will find a lot of locals here. I would recommend going to..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the 5 things I can't miss in Amsterdam?

    • Sabine v.

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      Sabine v. said, "...the Red light District is Mata Hari This is a really nice bar. Where you will find locals is the neigbourhood De Pijp. This is just behind the Heineken Experience. Just go barhopping there. Amsterdam Oud-Zuid south side of the Vondelpark..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best hostel and neighborhood for a solo 21 year old in Amsterdam?

    • Pepijn W.

      Pepijn W. said, "...Rokin and Red Light District. Sure; its cool to see, but only for an hour or so. Go to areas like: De Pijp, Vondelpark or the NDSM area to discover the real beauty of the city. Im not really into hostel..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best ways to get around in Amsterdam?

    • Sofia S.

      Sofia S. said, "...feel the magic of the city, going along the Canal Ring and the old parts of the city, such as ' De Pijp ', which has an awesome market, Waterlooplein, Leidseplein, Nieuwmarkt, Vondelpark, Flevopark which is in the north, further than all..." See More

  • 1 mention in Sight-seeing in Amsterdam?

    • Agnes v.

      Agnes v. said, "...go to the Van Gogh Museum only ( buy ticket online) and then stroll around the city centre area like ' De Pijp' or ' The Nine Streets ' that will give a great impression. Unless it is very rainy you..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best areas in Amsterdam for nightlife?

    • Sabine v.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Sabine v. said, "...Dave, It really depends on what you like. If you would like to go bar hopping amongst locals, try the neighbourhoud De Pijp, especially around Gerard Douplein. These bars here are more having a fun drink with friends rather than dancing...." See More