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Eat Like a Local in Amsterdam: Traditional Dutch Meal in a Local Home
"Meet your accommodating host at midday in the Jordaan district an old working-class Amsterdam neighborhood that is now known for its art galleries canal houses and picturesque urban scenery. Let your host show you around the area pointing out things you may never have noticed by yourself and perhaps even stop to pick up ingredients for your meal.Continue to your host's home which is situated in a converted 14th-century monastery. Join your host in the kitchen as they start preparing the food. While the meal is always different you might taste local specialties such as pannekoeken
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Small-Group Amsterdam Beer Tour
"Start your tour near Amsterdam’s Bierkoning shop and then set off with your guide to explore Amsterdam’s legendary bars while learning about the Netherlands’ historical brewing industry. Having produced beer since the early 17th century the country rapidly expanded its production about three centuries later leading to its internationally renowned reputation as a beer-brewing powerhouse.As you walk along Amsterdam’s pretty cobbled streets passing canals and scenic gabled houses visit a succession of different bars – a collection of much-loved locals’ favorites – and sample three quality Dutch beers as well as a typical bar snack. Hear how American and German influences have shaped the country’s brewing industry and visit an intriguing little place where Amsterdam 16th-century nuns once made their own brews.Detour away from the pretty back streets and wander through Amsterdam’s bold and brash Red Light District
From EUR53.00
 
Full-Day Total Amsterdam Cycling and Food Tour with Snacks and Traditional Drinks
"On this full-day Amsterdam tour you’ll leave a unique experience while cycling through the city’s history and modern growth with plenty of tasty stops along the way. Start downtown and ride your bike to the northern dijks (dykes). As you cycle with your professional guide you’ll observe some historical sites in the financial district and get an up-close look at the city’s defenses learning how windmills canals and walls helped to build this nation and its people. Once you're done with the cycling part
From EUR146.00

More Transportation in Wageningen

How to get there from Ede-Wageningen

Wageningen shares it's railway station with Ede (it's called Ede-Wageningen obviously). Upon my first arrival I was a little bit confused on how to travel from there, so I'd guess it would be good to...
wur_ErikE
Aug 26, 2006

Not that well connected to the outside world

Wageningen is best to be reached by buss or car (besides biking along the river Rhine which is the most scenic way to get there). There is no trainstation here and getting there this way means to get...
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Pavlik_NL
Jun 29, 2003

by "national transport" of course!

Not only students use 'em - for day to day travel (up to 5-7 km), leisure trips and enjoying the scenery the (non-motorized!) bike is still our favourite means of transport.
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PeteNL
Jan 28, 2006
 
 
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Burgers Zoo

In 2016 we visited the famous Zoo in Arnhem, Burgers Zoo. It is a beautiful Zoo with many animal is a large park. A perfect day out for kids/family. The variaty of the Zoo is very nice and all animal...
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Bridges

At Nijmegen, the river Waal makes a sharp bend that forms a bottleneck. At the time of WWII there were two bridges there - a railroad bridge and a road bridge. The arched road bridge was opened in...
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Canals

Amersfoort's canals were built in the 17th century and were used for drainage or transportation around the town. Today it is possible to travel on a boat tour of the canals in the summer but during...
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De Beeldentuin

Through the summer De Beeldentuin is a centre for sand sculptures and also a restaurant / garden area. We went in early December for the Christmas festival and found it to be an enjoyable day...
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Apenheul Primate Park

Apenheul is a specialized zoo on the outskirts of the Dutch city of Apeldoorn. The garden is located in the Mountain & Forest Nature Park (200 ha). In Apenheul monkeys from Africa, South America...
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Paleis Het Loo

This has always been the room for the prince and princesses - near to their mother's rooms. When Princess Juliana reached age 18, she decorated the room with contemporary 20's furniture. When she...
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"Wageningen, our university city!"
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"Wageningen, town of freedom and liberation"
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Geert18

"A small, great city In Holland"
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"Wageningen"
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"WAGENINGEN"
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