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Bloemendaal Highlights: Guided Bike Tour from Amsterdam
"Enjoy a guided bike tour through all the nice spots around Bloemendaal and learn more about the area and history. See beautiful historic buildings and estates and take a look at a working mill and enjoy nature in the National Park South Kennemerland. Bike through ancient forests and meet large herbivores such as Sco fallow deers and Konik horses. Look out over sea while sipping a drink at one of the best beach clubs in Bloemendaal aan Zee (Bloemendaal at the Sea).Make your stay in Amsterdam an unique and fun experience.""""Enjoy a beautiful guided bike tour along all the nice spots around Bloemendaal located only 20 minutes from Amsterdam. See beautiful historic buildings and estates and take a look at a working mill and enjoy nature in the National Park South Kennemerland."title=Highlights&1=4-hour+bike+tour+of+Bloemendaal+led+by+an+expert+guide&2=Discover+Bloemendaal+beauty+spots+on+two+wheels%2C+including+rolling+sandy+dunes%2C+beaches+and+forests&3=Pass+stately+houses+and+historical+estates+and+stop+to+see+a+working+mill
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Hop-On-Hop-Off Dutch Intercity Tour from Amsterdam to The Hague
"Start your sightseing tour at the Museumplein in Amsterdam where you will find three major museums: Van Gogh Museum Rijksmuseum and the Museum of contemporary art. During this unique tour learn more about the history of Amsterdam why the national airport is named “Schiphol” and the importance of water management for a country that lies 30% below sea level. Head off to Leiden and hear more about one of the oldest cities of the Netherlands. Leiden is a beautiful historical c you will pass a green area where many ambassadors and famous Dutch people live. It is also the residence of the Royals. You will continue the route along the ‘Rijksstraatweg’; King Napoleon gave instructions to build this road so that the connection Leiden and Amsterdam would be better. Car admirers have the opportunity to visit one of the oldest private collections of automobiles in the world at Louwman Museum. Famous cars such as
From EUR25.00
 
"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

More Transportation in Zandvoort

Zandvoort by train

Zandvoort is easy to reach by train.Just a 10 minutes ride from Haarlem or 30 minutes from Amsterdam Central.Zandvoort is at the end of the tracks.Real time Public Transportation info on the Zandvoort...
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pieter_jan_v
Dec 10, 2014

Zandvoort

Stayed here in March 2012. I'd never been b4 and was amazed at the Long beach. Fine sand and not a stone on it. travelling around is easy as everywhere is within walking distance. If you like racing...
Mint71
Apr 20, 2012

Cycling

At the Zandvoort Train Station you can rent an "OV-fiets" (public rental bicycle).It's housed in a small self-service building in front of the station.The bicycle rantal is Euro 2.85 per 20 hours....
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pieter_jan_v
Oct 24, 2009

trains service to Zandvoort

Trains from Amsterdam-Central station go directly to Zandvoort-aan-Zee. First class tickets are always worth the extra money in high season, as 2nd class will be packed. For detailed train schedules,...
kabouterhouse
Apr 16, 2008

take the train

You can get the train from Central Station (Amsterdam) to Zandvoort. Its at the end of the line (just as well really, or you'd end up in the North Sea).If you're coming from Schipol you don't even...
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iaint
Dec 23, 2007

spend a little more.

My partner and I decided to take the train from Amsterdam to Zanvoort (after a tip from a VT member) we did notice that the train(s) were extreemly busy, as the weather was just so hot and sunny. We...
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wee_lassie
Jul 24, 2006
 
 
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Do take the train to Amsterdam

If you are planning to visit Amsterdam - do take the train. Parking is expensive in Amsterdam and you might get hooked up in traffic. Also you can have a beer or two in one of the nice pubs ;-)Trains...
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laughing_lioness
May 14, 2006

Train trip from hell

don't hope too much that u will get any seat in d train during busy hours at good weather... it's more likely that u will be standing in d midst of sweating people... better practice holding ur breath...
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l-e-z-ah
Jul 28, 2004

General directions

Zandvoort is an ideally situated seaside resort. It's the main beach for those people living in the Dutch capital of Amsterdam which is only 30 kilometers away and can be reached by train in about 30...
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nighthawk
Dec 09, 2002

Definetly take the train

Zandvoort aan Zee is thirty-five minutes from Amsterdam and ten minutes from Haarlem. Traffic jams are a certainty on nice days and weekends and the Zandvoort train station is only a five minute walk...
sambarnett
Sep 07, 2002

Top Hotels in Zandvoort

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Boulevard Paulus Loot 5, , Zandvoort, Noord-Hollan
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Burgemeester van Fenemaplein 2, , Zandvoort, The N
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Vondellaan 60, Zandvoort, 2041 BE, The Netherlands
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Hogeweg 70, Zandvoort, 2042 GJ, The Netherlands
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Burg. Van Alphenstraat 63
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Burgemeester van Alphenstraat 63, Zandvoort, 2041 KG, The Netherlands
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Things to Do Near Zandvoort

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Canal Tour

As we walked along the the embankment of Spaarne River/ Canal we found there were several small boats offering tours. These were mostly open boats offering a similar service to what is offered on the...
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Frans Hals Museum

I always imagined the Frans Hals Museum as being a big building like the Rijksmuseum at Amsterdam. Nothing could be in greater contrast when I saw the real museum for the first time unexpected. It was...
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St. Bavo Cathedral

I really liked this ancient church. Its entrance is not obvious at all. Basically, you go right round the back and enter through a small shop in a small attached building and then through an even...
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Teylers Museum

The oldest museum in the Netherlands is a wonderful trip back into the 18th and19th century. It was founded in 1778 with the fortune of the cloth merchant Pieter Teyler who also possessed an art...
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Grote Markt

The Stadthuis is one of the three buildings which really stand out on Haarlem's Grote Markt (the others being St Bavo and the Vleeshal). It stands on the west of the square. Originally, from around...
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Keukenhof

Do not buy the Tulip Bulbs at Keukenhof Gardens. Although they will not tell you and you will find Nothing written about this - the tulip bulbs they sell at Keukenhof are considered to be ANNUALS. All...
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Top 5 Zandvoort Writers

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BlueBerry_7

"Zandvoort Memories"
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AMOQUE

"Village near the sea"
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HigherLearning3773

"The place I want to die in..."
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laughing_lioness

"Zandvoort - starting point to explore Holland"
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iaint

"fun by the sea..."
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