A very bright apartment with a great view over an Amsterdam canal. Located in the exciting De Pijp with plenty of bars and restaurants close by and just 10min away on foot from the Museum district. And if you are a big brunch lover then you can easily get to the most famous Amsterdam brunch places in a matter of a few mins.
De Pijp is one of the older neighbourhoods of Amsterdam, with a colourful mix of cuisines, terraces and lively cafés. This is the place where hipsters like to shop at one of the trendy boutiques, healthy food lovers can eat at one of the many organic cafes and on the weekends this is the neighbourhood to go out for drinks.
Being foodie’s paradise, the neighbourhood is home to almost 150 nationalities and the food choices certainly reflect this diversity. You will find a vast variety of authentic and exotic ethnic cuisine, such as Syrian, Moroccan, Surinamese, Turkish, Japanese, Spanish and more. Bar-ca takes you to Spain, while vegetarians find their fix at De Waaghals. North African, Moroccan and Turkish dishes dominate the Bazar; Cake shop Taart van mijn Tante satisfies the sweet cravings.
De Pijp is also great for shopping. Most shops are located around the trendy Gerard Doustraat, Van Woustraat and the Ferdinand Bolstraat. And last but not least you can experience the typical Dutch folks culture at Amsterdam's most famous market, the Albert Cuyp Market with the best traditional stroopwafels!
In about 10min on foot you can get to Museumplein, Museum Quarter, which is the ultimate museum destination in Amsterdam; home of the Van Gogh Museum, the world’s largest collection of Van Gogh’s artwork; the famous Rijksmuseum and the Stedelijk, a modern art museum. Coster Diamonds and House of Bols are also popular places to visit. After a long day of sightseeing, Vondelpark is right around the corner and it's the best place to relax - bring a blanket, pack a picnic, lie on the grass or read a book.