This is an interactive map of coffeeshops open for business and welcoming tourists in 2019.
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The rectangles cover significant clusters of coffeeshops in Amsterdam.
The area of this Frederik Hendrikbuurt map is highlighted.
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This map shows a cluster of coffeeshops just to the west of the Jordaan.
The title of this map does not really describe the area it covers. It's defined by the group of coffeeshops rather than a distinct neighbourhood.
In reality it's more of a crossroads at the intersection of three districts.
Frederik Hendrikbuurt itself is the area around Hugo de Grootplein and along Frederik Hendrikstraat.
De Clercqstraat is in Da Costabuurt.
Rozengracht is in the Jordaan.
Walking along Rozengracht, past coffeeshops
will bring you to the junction with Marnixstraat between
on this map.
Alternatively, following the Bloemgracht, close to Paradox coffeeshop, and crossing the bridges over Lijnbaansgracht and Singelgracht leads to Hugo de Grootplein.
It's not far to walk from the centre but trams 13, 14 and 17 run along Rozengracht to stops around the junction with Marnixstraat.
Trams 3, 10 and 12 also pass through this area (there are tramlines along Frederik Hendrikstraat, Marnixstraat and De Clercqstraat) but these routes do not go to Dam Square or Centraal Station.