A very beautiful canal, it should be related to brewing, but there are no breweries or breweries on the side of the canal, but the whole canal is quite beautiful, and the surrounding buildings are also very beautiful
The canal is not far from the museum of ancient ships. The scenery may not be too prominent compared to other canals. The main reason is that there are relatively few well-known buildings along the river, but it is also quite suitable for walking.
BROUWERSGRACHTThe Canal since 1594 owes its name to the many beer breweries in the sixteenth and seventeenth century in this area were to be found. From 1782 sits on the Brouwersgracht near the Driehoekstraat the last Amsterdam distillery of Jenever and liqueurs; De Ooievaar.
Amsterdam’s canals crisscross frequently. I really can’t tell which section it is. It should probably start at the junction of Single and Brouwersgracht, which is very close from Amsterdam Central Station. We walked for a long time along the Brouwersgracht river, back to the tourist-intensive area, and towards the residential area to see the life of the locals. It was very interesting to sit down at the Cafe shop where they had afternoon tea.
The shape of this canal is not very smooth. It faces north-south, with the Old Ship Museum and the Amsterdam in the north. The houses on both sides will give you a sense of neatness.