_We***97This is a must book place to buy tickets. So make sure to book in advance. But go inside and you must see it well, it is so classic. It is also healing. Unfortunately it is hard to get out now.
D31***94Zaanse Schans is about 30 minutes ride from Central Station in Amsterdam, here you get to see multiple working windmills, wooden clog’ museum, cheese farm etc.Is a must for tourist visiting Amsterdam, from the dutch village, you may also venture out to Volendam, which is about another 30 minutes ride on the coach to there, beautiful fishing village, where you can dress up traditional costumn and pose for a picture in the studio.
E05***22Beautiful building, but I didn’t like the way the collections are arranged. For me the most interesting were the paintings with colonial subjects, forts, ships etc, it really shows how powerful and rich the Netherlands used to be. Keep an eye on the Dutch painters as well, their works are truly interesting
QuinissaIf you stroll around the Amsterdam city center, make sure to spend some times sitting here, enjoying the crowds with the pigeons flying around you. If you bring some bread, you might also feed it to the birds and they will come to you automatically! Perfect time to take picture.
D31***94In the world, there are 3 gardens that you must visit, Keukenhof in Lisse Netherlands, is one of the most beautiful garden that I visited in my life.Best time to visit is from 13 Apr till 1 May, where traditionally, this is the time where the tulips are in full bloom, you can take a bus from either Central station in Ansterdam or Schiphol Airport.
Sunset in Amsterdam
Love strolling along the canals of Amsterdam and let it lead u to whenever places that you never been to.
Be adventurous and never stop exploring.
Strolling at the city center of Amsterdam going to the Amsterdaam Centraal. This place has an Amazing design, one of the best places in Amsterdam, historic house, and nearly all trains come and go from this station. Amsterdam's largest icon .... and many other popular places around central station.
Oosterpark is a park in Amsterdam's south-east and a little off the city's tourist circuit. Actually, I came just to see the memorial to Slavery, which is beautiful and a beautiful reminder of how far civilization has come. While I was here, I also wandered around the park.
Oosterpark is a well-maintained, medium-sized public park full of greenery, flowers, trees, a big pond and walkways to enjoy the park. Not as crowded or touristic as Vondelpark, but still lovely.
At the Vondelpark in amsterdam. One of my world's favorite parks. There are still a lot of people, of course, but it's always incredibly beautiful and it's big enough that it never feels too crowded with so many people there. It's ideal for walking, inline skating, a picnic, or just a nap. Definitely worth visiting if you’re in the city.
Zaandam, not far from Amsterdam. Its the fantastic destination in every season.
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#tripaway During a 50-year project in the 17th century Amsterdam grew to four times its previous size, becoming the 3rd largest city in the world after London and Paris.
Central to that plan was the Canal Belt, a network of concentric canals that is now UNESCO listed.
Built on reclaimed land, Amsterdam is a feat of ingenuity, and still crackles with the ambition, cultural tolerance and enterprise that drove the 17th-century Golden Age when the Netherlands led the world in trade, maritime power, culture and economic might.
This is the city of Rembrandt, Anne Frank, the Red Light District, Johan Cruyff, and the Dutch East and West India Companies; there’s a world of fascinating stories, spellbinding art and architecture that has stood the test of time.
#tripaway I will always keep Amsterdam in my heart as one of the most charming cities I’ve ever been to! Amsterdam is colloquially known as Venice of the North because of its lovely canals that criss-cross the city, its impressive architecture and more than 1,500 bridges. There is something for every traveller's taste here; whether you prefer culture and history, serious partying, or just the relaxing charm of an old European city. #amsterdam #holland #netherlands #europe
Around the streets of Amsterdam. It sure is colorful in Amsterdam. It’s really like the New York of Europe. You can find all sorts of people with a wide range of perspective. Met some really cool people which made my trip so much worth it.
Strolling around the city of Amsterdam. Whenever I see a lone bench, I would usually sit thinking that it must be lonely for the bench to stay without company 😅. It was almost spring making the temperature perfect for a mid-day stroll.