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"Amsterdam Half-Day Tour to Zaanse Schans: Windmills
Half day tour to windmill village Zaanse Schans"Meet your guide and driver at a central meeting point just across from Central Station Amsterdam. A comfortable air-conditioned single deck bus will take you to the windmill village Zaanse Schans in just 20 minutes. The windmill village Zaanse Schans is an open air museum that houses a collection of working windmills wooden houses barns and shops dating back to the 18th and 19th Century. All these buildings were brought here from 1961 on bringing back to life this most prosperous period of the Zaan region.In its golden age
From EUR30.00
 
"Private Day Trip to Zaanse Schans Windmills
"Private Day Trip to Zaanse Schans Windmills Volendam and Marken from Amsterdam""If you are in Amsterdam and want to take a break from the fast city life this is your perfect opportunity. Enjoy a 5 hour trip to the country side and suburbs of Amsterdam. During the trip you can see the old wooden houses and the wonderful windmills at the picturesque village of Zaanse Schans that make Netherlands famous around the world. In addition to this we will also visit a cheese making factory where you can see in detail
From EUR390.00
 
Private Half-Day Tour to Zaanse Schans Windmills and Cheese Farm from Amsterdam
"Venture out of Amsterdam for the day and visit the beautiful landscape of the areas outside the city. You’ll be picked up from your hotel in Amsterdam to begin the journey to Zaanse Schans.The stop will be in Zaanse Schans with the characteristic there the group will visit a clog-maker and will see the demonstration of the realization then will taste and discover the cheese factory where cheese is still made in the traditional way. This area used to be an industrial area where many windmills were used for many different purposes. Only a few windmills survived and are restored a paint mill and a spice mill. Besides the windmills the Zaanse Schans is full of traditional green-timbered houses and warehouses.""""Enjoy a private half-day tour from Amsterdam to the magnificent Zaanse Schans windmills
From EUR48.00

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by bus to Zaanse Schans

By bus to Zaanse Schans takes a bit more time from Amszerdam for instance, but it might take you to places that you might miss otherwise:Take bus 391 at Amsterdam Central Station, it departs every 15...
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by train to Zaanse Schans

When you have a whole day to spend in Zaasnse Schans it makes sense to get there by public transport and the best option will be by train:it will take just 17 minutes from Amsterdam Central Station to...
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Get to Zaanse Schans by bustour from Amsterdam

That is the way that I came to this place ! It was a halfday-trip of 4 hours organized by our river-cruiseship Arosa Silva and included a walk through Zaanse Schans and also some time in Edam. I am...
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From Amsterdam Central Staion

From Amsterdam Central Station you have to buy a return ticket on the yellow ticket machine to Koog Zaandijk that cost 5.60 Euros. We caught the train at 9.33 am from platform num 7a. the trip takes...
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By car

From Amsterdam Via the A10 Amsterdam ring direction Zaanstad. Take A8 and then A7 direction Purmerend. Take the exit Zaanse Schans and follow the signs to the Zaanse Schans. Turn right at the...
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By train

Only four stops (20 minutes) by train from Amsterdam Central Station. Take the stop train direction Alkmaar to Koog-Zaandijk. From the station simply follow the signs to the Zaanse Schans. It is ten...
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By bus

From Amsterdam There is an excellent bus service operating from Amsterdam Central Station direct to the Zaanse Schans. Bus 91 leaves Amsterdam Central Station twice hourly and stops at the St. Michael...
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Train, Car or Tourist bus

You can visit The Zaanse Schans by train: Travel to the railway-station "Koog Zaandijk".From this station it's a 15 minute walk to the "Zaanse Schans".Notice:From January 2008 the Juliana Bridge next...
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TRAIN

From Amsterdam there are numerous trains that takes you there. If you don’t have a return ticket take some coins since there is a machine and when I was there dind’t accepted notes (Maybe with the...
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Save 20 to 40 Euro getting there

If you are staying in Amsterdam or have a long lay over at Schiphol, there will be no shortage of tour companies offering a day trip to Zaanse Schans. What they don't tell you is you can do it MUCH...
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Train

The windmill park is 15 minutes by train north of Amsterdam. Take the Alkmaar-direction train to Station Koog-Zaandijk and then follow the signs for 10 minutes. If driving from Amsterdam, take the A8...
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Signposts

If you wanna go to Zaanse Schans by train, you'll find yourself still a couple of minutes away from the actual site. To get there is quite easy though. All you have to do is follow the signsposts....
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How to arrive

You can visit the "Zaanse Schans" by train.Buy yourself a ticket to railway-station "Koog Zaandijk".From this station it's a 15 minute walk to the "Zaanse Schans".Entrance to the "Zaanse Schans" is...
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Hotels Near Zaanse Schans

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Provincialeweg 102, Zaandam, 1506 MD, The Netherlands
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Lagedijk 32-34, Zaandijk, 1544 BG, nl
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Wibautstraat 278, Zaandam, Noord-Holland, 1505, The Netherlands
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Noorderbreek 46, Amsterdam, 1121 KH, The Netherlands
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Orlyplein 1-67, 1043 DR
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Transformatorweg 36, Amsterdam, Noord-Holland 10
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Things to Do Near Zaanse Schans

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Montelbaanstoren

one of the highlights of a Canal Cruise in Amsterdam is a short stop at the Canal Side of the Famous Clock tower of Amsterdam Called Montelbaanstoren, which is located along the bank of the canal...
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Noorderkerk

The Noorderkerk church is constructed between 1620 and 1623. Hendrick de Keyser, the Amsterdam City architect made the design of the building, that was one of the first Dutch Protestant churches as...
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Jordaan District

Build in 1616 on order by local merchant Jan Janszoon Oly, the Sint Andries Hofje was a place were poor elderly Catholic people could live. The houses around the inner court were ready in 1617 and...
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Electric Ladyland

Remember those disco nights when you see all things in bright colors? I mean not those you see after smoking some stuff, but rather those which arises from illumination with black light. You may find...
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Tulip Museum

Also on Prinsengracht, at number 116, on the opposite side of the canal to the Anne Frank House Museum, and next to the Cheese Museum is a small museum called the Tulip...
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Anne Frank House

When we knew for sure that we would be visiting Amsterdam, one of the sites we most anticipated visiting was the "Anne Frank House." Nearly everyone in our immediate family is interested in World War...
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dila

"Zaanse Schans"
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globetrott

"Scenic Windmills & more"
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Mique

"It doesn't get any more dutch than this"
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balhannah

""A MUST SEE NEAR AMSTERDAM""
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tompt

"What a place for a VT meeting !!"
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