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5/5
Reviewed on 22 Jul 2019

Zaanse 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.

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