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De Pijp

Amsterdam, Noord-Holland

15 mentions on Trippy


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Here's what Trippy members say about De Pijp:

"Also visit neighboorhoud De Pijp with nice cafe's, terraces, shops etc."  See More

"I'd recommend the Jordaan or De Pijp neighbourhoods."  See More

"If you would like to go bar hopping amongst locals, try the neighbourhoud De Pijp, especially around Gerard Douplein."  See More

"Hi Janine, I recommend you to have long walks around the canals (like Prinsengracht, 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."  See More

"Go to the De Pijp neighborhood around Gerard Doustraat and Gerard Douplein."  See More

"Albert Cuypmarkt in the De Pijp is largest and most popular."  See More

"Hi Jillian, next to the 9 , Haarlemmerstraat, Cornelis Schuytstraat and the 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."  See More

"Sorry, but I have to disagree with most people here! You say you want to experience Amsterdam like a local, then skip most of the places the others mention. The neighborhood behind Museumplein is Amsterdam Oud-Zuid. On Museumplein itself you will ONLY find tourists, but in Amsterdam Oud-Zuid is where most rich people if the city live. Go to streets like Willemsparkweg, Valeriusstraat, Koninginneweg etc. Still not my favorite neighborhood though. The East and West part of town are really upcoming. In the East part go to Beukenplein, there are great bars and restaurants where you will only find locals. Try Bar Bukowski, Henry's Bar(best cocktails in town), Smokin' Barrels (lobster and burgers) and de Biertuin (best burgers and chicken in a beergarden kind of setting). But also walk a bit further east to Javastraat. This immigrant neighborhood is getting better and better everyday. New (coffee)bars and boutiques open every week! If you want to go out in this part of town go to Canvas op de 7e. It is in the Volkshotel on the 7th floor and you got some really nice views. It is also a restaurant, then turns to a (cocktail)bar and in weekends even later it becomes a club. A good hotel in East is Hotel Arena! Check it out here !"  See More

"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'."  See More

"Where you will find locals is the neigbourhood De Pijp."  See More

"You will 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 the other places but nice."  See More

"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

"Late lunch or early dinner somewhere on the Rembrandtplein: rembrant is kind of 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."  See More

"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 will go for a quick bite or a relaxed, casual, dinner with friends."  See More








   
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