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Eastern docks IV bike routes Amsterdam

Continuation of Eastern docks III

The map does not show the precise route but just indicates the attractions, below the route is described.

General Directions:

The start is at Pakhuis De Zwijger (Warehouse) on the Piet Heinkade. Cross the Jan Schaeferbridge to Java Island and then folow the bicycle lane through the inner gardens, Azaertplein. KNSM island: KNSM-laan – Barcelonaplein -Levantkade. connecting causeway. Sporenburg: Ertskade – Panamakade, cycling bridge. Brorneo: Stuurmankade – Stokerkade – Borneokade, C. van Eesterenlaan,

At this point you can choose for an extension of the route to Camping Zeeburg and IJburg (about 6-10 km): Zeeburgerkade, van Lohuienlaan, Zeeburgerdijk, Zuiderzeeweg and Schellingwouderbridge to Ijburg and back to Molukkenstraat, Veelaan, Molukkenstraat, Javaplein.

From this point another extention is possible to the Indische Buurt (3 km): Molukkenstraat, Obiplein and Ambonplein, and back to Javapleinor via Valentijnkade, Kramatweg and Flevoweg to Zuiderzeeweg.

Or continue with the shortest route:
Borneostraat, Zeeburgerdijk, Mauritskade, Korte ‘s-Gravesandestraat, Sarphatistraat, Entrepotdok, Kadijksplein, Prins Hendrikkade, Kattenburgerstraat, Piet Heinkade.

A. Entrepotdok (1982, J. de Greef, C. Klijn, G. Moele.) Converted into houses (1988, J&A van Stigt)

B. ARCAM (2003, R. van Zuuk)

C. NEMO (1997, R. Piano)

D. Post CS, former station post office (1968, P. Elling). Until 2006, this is where the Stedelijk Museum will be housed.  Public Libary (2007, J. Coenen), Conservatorium (2008, F. van Dongen)

E. BIMhuis music venue (2005, 3xN) Hotel (2006, Claus and Kaan)

F. Passenger Terminal (2000, Helmut, Obata and Kassabaum)

G. Depot Scheepsvaartmuseum (2001, L. van der Pol)

H. Scheepsvaartmuseum (1656)

I. Scheepsvaarthuis (1916, J. van der Meij, P. Kramer and M. de Klerk)

J. Central Station (1889, P. Cuypers)


Total distance: km