It’s a very beautiful place, some distance away from the city, it has a rural feel. The street is clean and there are farmland everywhere, but it is very neat and uniform, a very interesting place, not many tourists
I understand that this is a modern rural area in Amsterdam. It is a place where tourists really like water, far away from the city, which is quite interesting, but for friends who only like to go shopping and enjoy lively, they may find it so boring.
From Eminem Central Railway Station, you can take No. 308 directly. It takes about an hour and a bus, and the journey takes nearly 50 minutes. To put it simply, the villages that used to retreat from lakes to fields slowly developed. Farmland, rivers,, and fields were all divided into obsessive-compulsive rectangles of the same size. It was very quiet and there were few tourists. The old houses a hundred years ago may be some meaningful addresses, but they are all in Dutch, and,,, on the whole, it is very suitable for leisurely and slowly appreciating,,, can you go to the only big supermarket at the entrance of the village? Buy a BEEMSTER cheese, but cheese is everywhere in the Netherlands, it’s not a must
The new land is 3.5 meters below the sea level and is divided into rectangular grids, reflecting the ideal model of the harmonious relationship between people and the living environment in the 17th century, which is unique in the world. UNESCO awarded it the title of World Heritage Site in 1999.
Bemster Polder is located in North Holland, between the cities of Alkmaar, Hoorn and Purmerend. It can be reached by car on the A7 highway. To say it's a look, it's actually driving through, just walking around the square in a figure eight, because it's actually driving inside this piece of World Heritage. Driving on the A7 highway across Bemster, the farmhouses, churches, cattle and sheep outside the windows are scattered among the flat and regular fields. The small irrigation canals are the dividing lines, forming an idyllic rural picture.