Are you planning to travel to Amsterdam soon? Besides some of well known landmark such as Anne Frank House, Rijksmuseum, Van Gogh Museum, you must check out the following hipster neighborhood in Amsterdam:
Check out some of the recommended Hipster neighborhood in Amsterdam to Visit:
- Jordaan – built in the early 17th century to house working class, immigrants, and refugees from France, England, Spain, Portugal, and many more. There are many cool shops, cafes, bars, and coffee shops (highly recommended for you to visit Amnesia) to explore.
- Oud-West – a vibrant neighborhood, located outside of the centre of the city, that offers a great deal to experience and culture with trendy stores, cool bars and cafe, and amazing restaurants. Here are some of my favorite and recommended places to visit if you are ever in Out-West: De Hallen (indoor food hall, cinema, craft center, and many more attractions.), Ten Kate Market (street market where you can buy fresh produce, flowers, fabric, and etc), Teds (a restaurant that serves brunch all day) and Happyhappyjoyjoy (Asian restaurant that has a combination of Bangkok, Saigon, and Hong Kong street food).
- De Pijp – home of Heineken and a residential neighborhood that is located south part of Amsterdam. You will be able to find lively streets filled with shops and cafes. Stop by Little Collins for Melbourne style brunch (highly recommended) before you visit a popular street market in the middle of De Pijp Albert Cuyp Markt where you can purchase souvenirs, household items, flowers, clothing, and many more.
There are plenty of places for you to visit and those are the only three I highly recommend for you to see. Of course, if you need more recommendations, then please check out AwesomeAmsterdam.com.