Jordaan is an exciting place that intertwines flea markets, specialty shops, and pubs with architecturally beautiful houses. Like most Amsterdam buildings, century-old houses also grace the avenue opposite the serene canals. It also provides a good venue for traditional weekend brunch.
It is situated by the four main canals west of Grachtengordel, and a walking distance from public transportations. At the borders of Jordaan also lies the famous Anne Frank museum.
A food tour is also available in Jordaan where tourists can taste every typical Dutch specialty food and delicacies. The guided tour let tourists explore hidden courtyards and sample the food and history of every place they visit. It is one way of enjoying food all while learning the historic culture of the city.