A walk along this canal is always nice. The architecture of the canal houses on both sides are different and worth to take pictures. Nice cafes and restaurants along this walk too.
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I started out on Brouwersgracht this morning to the west of Central station. At the end, I turned left into Lijnbaansgracht and ended up at Rozengracht. Took about an hour + 10. Along the way, there were several changes of scenery from lovely peaceful canalsides...More
When your ready for Quite... find this canal... and stroll.... You will be rewarded with peaceful views.. great shops and places to eat... The Jordann is a wonder as well......
This canal has to e one of the prettiest in Amsterdam. With plenty of action on the water, tons of bridges to cross, and the 16th and 17th century architecture to admire. Spend some time looking at the houses and how unique they are.
Spent 5 days visiting in this area and it is an attractive, interesting place. The canal is interesting with many house boats etc. The buildings on either side of the canal are beautiful. There are a several bars and shops along the street. There was...More
Brouwersgracht (Brewers Canal) is a canal that connects the outer Single Canal with inner Singlegracht, forming the northwest boundary of the Canal Ring and the Jordan district of the city. The canal reputedly takes its name from breweries that lined this particular canal during the...More
Its located between the Prinsengracht and the canal of Brouwersgracht which makes it to have the one of the beautiful canal view in Amsterdam. Its not so touristy and very peace and calm neighborhood for a good walking.
There is a supermarket close by however in the Saturday there is a market - we would definitely recommend. The area gets busy during the day and at night and can be noisy so if you're an early sleeper, I wouldn't suggest staying around here...More