Inn on the Lake

Kerkplein 11, Broek in Waterland, Amsterdam, 1151 AH, The Netherlands
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direction and time schedule from central amsterdam station to broek in waterland

by Lise46

Dear all,

I would need to go to Broek in Waterland this friday after 6pm.

Could you tell me please what is the bus number? i found 33 or 114 but i am not sure?

Also, do you have a timetable to provide me to check what time it leaves from central station amsterdam please?

Thank you in advance for your precious help.

Best regards,

Lise

Re: direction and time schedule from central amsterdam station to broek in waterland

by vtveen

You may find all your information on:
http://journeyplanner.9292.nl/

happy travels
Jaap

Re: direction and time schedule from central amsterdam station to broek in waterland

by pieter_jan_v

Here some information about your departure point; North of the Centraal Station:

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/tp/1f9c39


Many of the Arriva busses pass Broek in Waterland, like:
110
111
114
115
118


PJ

Travel Tips for Broek in Waterland

"DROP DEAD GORGEOUS DUTCH VILLAGE"

by balhannah

"Off the Tourist track.........................."

This is a delightfully small village of about 2500 people, located 10ks from Amsterdam.

This village in years gone by, was very popular with Ship Owners, Captains
& Rich Merchants because it had ( and still is) in a beautiful location.

These rich people built their fancy wooden houses here, evidently, they have beautiful interiors (didn't see) as well.

Many of the houses here, date pre 1850.
The owners seem proud of their homes and have beautiful gardens surrounding them.

There are Canals, and a Lake with its own little Duck House. Weeping Willows compliment the scene.

The Church was built in 1400, but was razed to the ground by the Spaniards in 1573. In 1628, the inhabitants started rebuilding it.

After shipping, Broek In Waterland became well known for its Dairy Cattle, stock breeding and Agriculture as a way to survive.

It was a pity that the day I visited, it was raining.
I wasn't going to let that stop me, on went the Raincoat, and up went the Umbrella and I walked the majority of this Village.

It was beautiful as it was, but if it had been a sunny day, it would have magnificent with the House reflections in the water.

I reached here on the Waterland ticket, which I bought on the Arriva Bus, cost 7euros for a day in Waterland, hopping on and off when ever I wanted.

I can't put any tips on, as there aren't any, its just a lovely Dutch Village.

See my Travelogue for photos on a wet day.

This is my favorite spot in Holland.

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