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.
In the Windmill Village outside Amsterdam, the Netherlands has arrived. How can we not look at the windmill? Take the train Zaandam Kogerveld and get off, then walk to Zaandam Kogerveld bus stop. After boarding, tell the driver Uncle to get off at Zaanse Schans station and buy tickets directly from him. Five short stops are 2.5 Euros a person, expensive to death. The Windmill Village is free to visit. Three of the five large windmill workshops are open. One is a dye processing workshop, one is a peanut oil mill, and the other is a wood sawing workshop. Each one needs a 4 euro ticket. Cheese mill is also free to visit, there are instructions on how to make cheese, but also try to eat and buy in three open windmill workshops, the first is dye processing workshop, the second is the peanut oil mill, the third is the last and simplest is the wood saw, I went to the second peanut oil windmill, which can buy fresh pressed peanuts, see the whole workshop depends on one person, one windmill and inside. Machines squeeze out a lot of peanut oil, which is quite different from the way I saw on the tip of my tongue that we used to crush peanut oil with stakes by the labor of dozens of strong men. I really lament the incalculable impetus of the European Industrial Revolution to their entire region. There are also workshops for making Dutch wooden shoes, which are free to visit. I admire them for making their own wooden shoes into flower pots, penholders, fridge stickers and so on. ~The key is that some people are wearing them. I admire them very much.
Sanders Windmill Village is an old-fashioned and retro-colored Windmill Village with traditional crafts, Zan-style wooden houses, museums and so on. Every year, millions of tourists come to visit it. During the time of visiting here, you can enjoy boating, cycling, or walking! __________ There are green retro houses and old windmills in small villages. While you are walking slowly, there will be several windmills waiting for you to visit and take photos. There are also handicraft shops and workshops, you can fully feel the 17th and 18th century Dutch atmosphere. However, this is not an open-air exhibition hall, but a Dutch community where the local people live and work every day. In this Museum of Wooden Shoes, professionals will show you how to make it. Of course, there are all kinds of patterns and exhibitions. Wooden shoes are typical of the Dutch characteristics, and they are still worn in contemporary areas. Because the use of wooden shoes is indispensable for Dutch swampy soil. So many tourists will buy some souvenirs of wooden shoes to take back. Of course, there are not only wooden shoes, but also some food in other cabins. Cheese is also one of the Dutch specialties. So they also have cheese displays. There will be professionals who will tell you how to make cheese. They will also share cheese or goat cheese. Besides cheese, there is also goat oil hand cream and so on. So some tourists like local specialties and will choose some cheese to take away, or Pure lamb oil hand cream and so on. Other cabins also have a variety of interesting exhibitions such as the Cocoa Powder Laboratory, Zanthers Museum Victor Experience Center, Candle Workshop and so on. Of course, if you don't like to see the exhibition, you can also see the calf and sheep is also very fun. Super cute or go to the windmill on the Zan River, there are eight windmills on the Zan River in Zanthers Hans Village. There were thousands of windmills here hundreds of years ago. Most of them were industrial windmills, and a few were watermills. So you can enjoy the unique historical feelings of the Dutch Windmill Village slowly.
Zaanse Schans, the first Windmill Village in the Netherlands, is the best way to visit because it is less than half an hour away from Amsterdam by train. Walking is the best way to see the windmill village. It retains the appearance of traditional Dutch villages. There are green wooden houses with distinctive features everywhere. Six windmills stand majestically near the river. The windmill is open to visitors only for a few euros. Besides, it is recommended to visit the cheese factory and wooden shoe workshop for free, experience the cheese made by traditional Dutch crafts, and buy a wooden shoe with Dutch characteristics as a souvenir.
Zaanse Schans Windmill Village is the epitome of the history of the windmill kingdom. Plains, gales, heavy rainfall, numerous water systems and developed animal husbandry are the important reasons for the birth and brilliance of the Dutch windmill. Today, the electric windmill has replaced the traditional windmill. When we first arrived in the Netherlands, the offshore electric windmill we saw from the plane was magnificent. Traditional handicraft wooden shoes and cheese are the other two major features of the windmill village. Shopkeepers specialize in showcasing the production process, as well as free cheese tasting in Dutch and German. Many raw City details are very similar. The tap water here is as good as that in Germany. It is said that the Dutch people have a deep impression on Farm, which is the most suitable place for old-age pension.
After cycling for a while in the morning, I went to Amsterdam Central Railway Station and spent 10 Euros of round-trip tickets. Half an hour's ride, I arrived at Sanders Windmill Village. Windmill Village tours are free, but many small museums charge a fee, 15 euros to buy a pass can be part of the museum, there are many passes can be folded into, usually 2 euros. Zanhe area is the oldest industrial area in the world. There used to be more than 1,000 windmills of all kinds. At present, there are more than 30 windmills relocated from all over the world. Windmills have different functions, some are used to extract oil and some are used to saw wood. It is said that wooden shoe workshop and cheese museum are more interesting.
Driving north from Amsterdam for about 20 minutes, we arrived at the beautiful Sanders Windmill Village. In fact, we could see the signature windmill of the Netherlands and the lazy cattle and sheep on the vast green grassland from afar. There are free visits, various handicraft workshops (featuring wooden shoes) and cheese workshops, with special demonstrations and explanations. After that, they can be purchased at random in stores. The price converted into RMB is also a hillock drop. The whole village maintains the original appearance of the Sans area in the 17th and 18th centuries. It is quiet and beautiful.
How can we miss the windmill in the Netherlands? The location of the scenic spot is good. It is also an old-fashioned scenic spot. We saw several Chinese delegations. The windmill is not as grand as it could be imagined, but it also has a rural flavor. Unfortunately, when it went, it rained. Fortunately, it's not raining very much. Besides windmills, there are cheese factories to visit. It's interesting to see the production process of famous Dutch cheese.
Because of the concentration of 78 ancient windmills, Sans Ans Windmill Village has become one of the most popular attractions in the Netherlands, and foreign tourists, especially tourists, flock to it. Ancient windmills are located along the Zan River. On the other side of the windmills are grasslands and sheep everywhere in the Netherlands.
The windmill is a symbol of the Netherlands, and it must come to Sanders Windmill Village in Amsterdam. Here is a water city with interlaced rivers. The whole city has a unique arc-shaped canal. There are many boathouses on the river. Of course, there are many windmills, big and small. This is absolutely the perfect photographic paradise, where you can stay for a whole day and take pictures without decoration at all.