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PO Box 15889, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1001 NJ, The Netherlands
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Best of Netherlands (list)

by song99

Best of Netherlands (list)

Hi, this will be my final question about Netherlands (sorry, I know I asked 5 other questions already).

I'm looking for memorable scenery, picturesque landscape, cute houses, authentic farmland (no cars), natural views, the most beautiful cycling destinations, lovely/charming streets, i hope my ideas (listed below) come close to finding what I'm looking for. Let me know If I made a mistake, or overlooked something. Thanks

Amsterdam canal tour (which company offers the cheapest 1 hour tour)?
Krom Boomssloot area (what is there to see here)?
Openbare bibliotheek, Oosterdokskade 143 (is this the only international library with a foreign Audio CS collection)?
Climb oudekerk -
jordaan -
free ferry crossing between Centraal Station and Amsterdam-Noord, then walk along the North Holland Canal.
Bloemenmarkt -
hortis botanicus -
magic mushroom gallery -
amstel cycle (what's this)?
climb zuiderkerk,
wisterkerk and then to brouwersgracht,
metz co. 6th floor cafe (view),
magere brug,
prinsengracht, herengracht, keizersgracht, egelantiersgracht, reguliersgracht, bloemgracht, leidsegracht,
singel, zandhoek,
de star/zon hofjes,
crooked cafe -
cafe chris -
western islands (what can I find here)?
- oudeschans,
flower route,
NP Kennemerduinen (Overveen stn) -
cycle Waterland

* Begijnhof 34, Begijnhof 2
* Warmoesstraat 83, Warmoesstraat 5
* Singel 140-142, Singel 36, Singel 104-106
* Oudezijds Voorburgwal 14, O. Voorburgwal 57, O. Voorburgwal 187
* Herengracht 168, Herengracht 170-172,
* Rokin 145, Kloveniersburgwal 29, Keizersgracht 123, Zeedijk 1

Re: Best of Netherlands (list)

by Pijlmans

It seems you enjoy cheap or free (who doesn't??) so check out this free 3 hour guided walking tour:


I did it last weekend with some foreign friends and we all enjoyed it a lot!


Re: Best of Netherlands (list)

by coco18530

Try the museum boat, it gives you a tour of the canals and you can get on and off at certain stops along the way. It doubles as transit. It isn't free though.

Re: Best of Netherlands (list)

by pieter_jan_v

I don't kn ow how much time you will have in the Netherlands, but if time and money allows you, consider visiting one of the "Wadden" islands. Vlieland or Schiermonnikoog seems to for your preferences best.

How far inlands do you want to travel? The Hoge Veluwe might be a good alternative too.


Re: Best of Netherlands (list)

by song99

Yes i like free, or cheap things ), but no museums, sorry ;)

I will go to Friesland for sure, for mud walking in the Wadden sea - if possible, i will have 6 weeks to do everything, I need to now which regions to SKIP.

Thanks for tour trip, i will try it, what kind of tip is expected?

Re: Best of Netherlands (list)

by balhannah

Hi, I really loved the Waterland area. It is cheap and easy to get to. My favorite village was Broek in Waterland, it was a wet day, but still one of the prettiest, quaint villages I have seen. [have a travelogue of photo's]
Edam was another lovely one.

Re: Best of Netherlands (list)

by Pijlmans


Some other suggestions:

Go see the "hunebedden" or dolmen in the east of the country (see http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/6117e/70ff1/)

If you like to walk, check out my Netherlnads page, with lots of information about walking trails...E.g. the "klomenpaden" will take you mostly through rural areas. See http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/6117e/312/

The hilly south of the country also should be on your list, including a visit to Maastricht.


Re: Best of Netherlands (list)


Seems your list "Best of Netherlands" is rather Amsterdam-orientated.
There's a whole lot more to The Netherlands, hope you will go out and explore.

Travel Tips for Amsterdam


by alpha03

Tour the district at night I go to the Dam at least once a year. I have been reading that the RLD is unsafe at night. This is untrue. The atmosphere is electric. For the most part people are polite and respectful. notwithstanding, you are in the center of numerous cultures. It's fun listening to the conversations of different people from around the world. Be advised,if you shoulkd choose to visit a prostitute, establish the terms, ie postions time etc. Perhaps one day the US will be wise enough to legalize the industry..It could then be taxed and regulaed and much safer for the women...

There's a T-Shirt called : 24...

by toulan

There's a T-Shirt called : 24 houres in Amsterdam , beleive me the guy who made it was right .. Ok , i made a hotel reservation for 8 nights , on arriveing to Amsterdam , i went to hotel , checked in , then i got lost for 8 days , couldn't find it again .. An officer in Damsquare noticed me passing by him 8 times when he asked me for help , i said : ' i'm trying not to come to here but it seems that my feet r stuck to a circle , Redlight, Rambrandet , Damsquare , help me ' , he gave me a smoke , and laughed ..LOL

Coffee Shops?

by taryn_treloar

As most people are aware, Amsterdam offers an unusual delectable on their coffee shop menus: anything from bubblegum weed to mushroom tea. I was rather satisfied after coming out of a coffee shop in Amsterdam!

I was a bit apprehensive at first to walk into a coffee shop and ask for weed but it's a normal thing to do there so don't be shy, ask for a menu! The food and the Smoke Palace - Refer to the 'dangers' page


by A2002

Look at that frozen lake. It was very cold when I was there. This is taken on Christmas day 2002, no snow, but icy cold weather with frozen lakes, but not thick enough for skating. This is a huge park with many people jogging, strolling with kids and dogs. Lotsa benches for you to rest, but too cold to be sat in this cold weather. It is a nice get away from the busy city center.

The Rijksmuseum

by Wayfarin2

The Rijksmuseum is so cool on so many levels. It was built to be a museum by the same dude who built Centraal Station. Underneath the building is a big thoroughfare for pedestrians and bicycles where street musicians hang out (it rains here a lot). On this day there was a steel drum player producing eerily echoing music down here under the beautifully tiled architecture. Take your time, look around!


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