De Pijp is brimming with fantastic cafés, restaurants, coffee shops and bars. Of course, a visit to Amsterdam wouldn’t be the same without a trip to the Albert Cuypmarket, flanked by over 100 shops. If you wander down Albert Cuypstraat and Ferdinand Bolstraat, the main streets in de Pijp , you'll find many exotic and authentic Syrian, Moroccan, Surinamese restaurants, to name but a few, and a typical Amsterdam pub is located on almost every corner. Also in abundance are the Islamic butchers, Surinamese, Spanish, Indian and Turkish delicatessens and grocery stores.
Other attractions you can go to at this busstop are
A canal cruise through the canals of Amsterdam has been the most popular attraction of The Netherlands the past years. Every year, over 3.000.000 people make a canal cruise through our canals. You keep discovering new buildings, bridges and much more. Amsterdam Canal Cruise’s City Canal Cruise does not only take you to see the beautiful 17th century building along the canals but also shows you the growing 21st century city that Amsterdam has become. From the Golden Bend to the newest quarter Overhoeks and from the Musicbuilding in the harbour to the VOC-ship the “Amsterdam”: the City Canal Cruise shows you Amsterdam the way it is: a marveling city in development.