Amsterdam has many great areas. One of the most entertaining neighborhood is De Pijp. We selected the most fancy and fun places for you to visit.
The avocado show
No kidding, this is a place that serves only dishes with avocado. The owners wanted to create a place for avocado fans, amazing food lovers and friends to have fun while eating healthy. When you take a look on their Instagram you’ll see stunning, yummy and mouthwatering dishes. But don’t worry, they taste even better than they look.
Open 7 days per week (09:00 – 17:00)
Adres: Daniel Stalperstraat 61, Amsterdam
If you like to drink a beer, you probably already drunk a glass of Heineken in Amsterdam during your stay. At the Heineken experience you’ll get the opportunity to learn how they make the famous drink. You can have a tour in the former brewery and learn how the beer is made. Don’t forget to try one!
Open 7 days per week
Adres: Stadhouderskade 78, Amsterdam
It may sound weird: A zoo in the centre of Amsterdam, but this is the hotspot of the city. It’s one of the oldest zoo’s of Europe. Next to a zoo, Artis also has an aquarium and planetarium. Please be aware that you can not smoke inside the zoo!
Open 7 days per week (09:00 – 18:00)
Adress: Plantage Kerklaan 38-40
This street market is one of the places you have to visit while you’re in Amsterdam. The many different stands will entertain you for hours. You’ll find stands with typical Dutch treats, but also stands with cheese, clothes, shoes and vegetables. There are 260 stands in total. Not only the market is worth to visit. The area also has many restaurants, cafe’s and bars.
One of those bars is The Butcher. When you enter the Butcher you’ll see a stylish burger bar serving top-quality burgers. The cocktail “area” is hidden at the back of the burger bar. The bar is behind a big metal door where you can ring the bell. The cocktailbar is small, but looks trendy.
Open 7 days per week (11:00 – till after midnight)
Adress: Albert Cuypstraat 129
Catch a bit of sun in this small, but beautiful city park. The Sarphatipark is named after doctor Samuel Sarphati. He’s the one who started with the idea of the park. Unfortunately for him they started to build the park in 1885, 19 years after his dead. You’ll find his monument in the park.
Open 7 days per week
Adress: Sarphatipark 371
Coffee & Coconuts
A former cinema from the 20s is now transformed into this funky and fresh place. Eat some happy food at one of the three floors with white-washed walls, wooden furniture and many plants. It’s the ultimate getaway for some relaxing moments or a good conversation with a friend.Let’s make your coffee and coco dreams come true.
Open 7 days per week (08:00 – 23:00)
Adress: Ceintuurbaan 282 – 284