Just like every other major city, Amsterdam has a number of city parks where both inhabitants and tourists briefly escape from the busy daily life. We’ve listed a couple for your next visit to Amsterdam.
The Vondel Park is like an oasis in the center of the city and is named after Joost van den Vondel, a Dutch poet and play writer. The Vondel Park is well looked after and has multiple ponds spread about the park. For both tourists [...] Continue reading about Vondelpark.
The Amstelpark in Amsterdam was build for the Floriade of 1971 and till the day the today remains a wonderful place for a walk and to enjoy nature. Thanks to the location outside the city center of Amsterdam and nearby the Amstel, you experience being [...] Continue reading about Amstelpark.
The Sarphatipark near the Albert Cuyp in the Pijp is frequently visited by both tourists and locals during the summer thanks to it's wide grass fields and the cooling water. Significantly smaller than the Vondelpark, it is less busy so nice for a stroll and [...] Continue reading about Sarphatipark.
The Westerpark is mostly known for the Westergasfabriek than the park itself, but don't let this stop you from paying a visit. Better yet, having the facilities for a bite to drink and eat near, only adds to the green fields, ponds and fountains and [...] Continue reading about Westerpark.