De Pijp is a melting pot of yuppies and market sellers. Once a district for blue-collar workers, today De Pijp has become gentrified and trendy. There’s always something happening on the Albert Cuypmarkt, which is now lined with hipster boutiques, specialty stores, trendy burger joints, and coffee bars. Somewhere in the middle of the market you'll find the statue of André Hazes, who was born and raised in De Pijp. Sarphatipark is situated near the market and is one of the city’s smaller but perhaps most beautiful parks. De Pijp is also known for its international food. Nepalese, Surinamese or Indonesian, you will find it all right here.
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