The Gentlemen's Canal is one of the three main canals in the center of Amsterdam. It's impressive because of its special name. Along the Bluestone Street beside the canal, we can see boats docking shoulder to shoulder, countless bicycles docking on the bank, tall and narrow houses standing beside the neat streets. The doors open on several steps or under the ground. Characteristic, and Amsterdam's houses are not mostly orange lights, not incandescent lights, in crowded housing and gloomy weather, bring a lot of mystery.
The Canal was built in the 17th century along the coast of the Netherlands with strong characteristics. There are several wharfs around the canal for tourists to come and go at any time. It's rainy in Amsterdam, and it's rainy on the day you visit. When Heineken beer got off the boat for a visit, the canal was flooding and it was impossible to go on a boat tour again. Shipping companies used double-decker sightseeing buses to connect the upstream passengers to continue their sightseeing for the first time. Awesome.
The canal is beautiful. Amsterdam is called the Venice of the North. It is because there are numerous staggered canals, and the cruise ships are in good order. We have English on board to explain the history of each canal. The buildings on both sides of the canal are very distinctive. They are ancient and fragrant. The windows and doors are tall and narrow. Almost every building has long strips protruding for flagpole insertion. Very good.
The scenery on both sides of the canal is good. The Dutch characteristics are strong. It's better to travel by boat. There are many scenic spots along the canal, which can be matched with each other. It's quite appropriate. It's worth a try. It's also comfortable and not tired to take pictures on board.
Just another Canal you must see. Or be in the canal itself by boat. Like with the Amsterdam Boat Company.
Because of the company's holiday, I was lucky to go to this beautiful place, which is said to be the largest canal. There is Amstel haarlemmerstraat Street. I heard it is the best shopping street. We went straight through the Jordaan X-Open Spiegelstraat Center, where we saw many antique shops and strolled along with the breeze. We really felt that it was the best place to take a walk in downtown Amsterdam. It was very pleasant!
Amsterdam's canals are well developed, its waterways are vertical and horizontal, and the Gentlemen's Canal is charming. Shipping is the best way to visit. The buildings on both sides of the Taiwan Strait are very distinctive and suitable for photography. The scenery here is very beautiful.
The scenery here is the most beautiful among the many canals in Amsterdam. Until now, the photos I took here still serve as a computer desktop. One of the many canals in Amsterdam, the canal is the biggest feature of the city. Some are beautiful, some are more beautiful.