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Parks

Westerpark

West from the Jordaan lays the sprankeling Westerparkbuurt. The name from this area comes from the modern park, where the cultural Walhalla in and around the Westergasfabriek provides a bubbling energy. In Cultuurpark Westergasfabriek you will find trendy cafes, nice dinners, gallery’s, a cinema and various clubs.

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Vondelpark

The Vondelpark is a city park in Amsterdam, dating from 1865. The park is located in Amsterdam-south, on the border of Amsterdam-west. It stretches from Stadhouderskade till Amstelveenweg.

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Sarphatipark

Named after the Jewish doctor and philanthropist Samuel Sarphati (1813-1866) whose marvelous 19th century monument dominates the park, this small (it stretches for only two blocks) rectangle of green in the middle of trendy De Pijp area, is one of the nicest in Amsterdam.

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Rembrandtpark

Located in Amsterdam West, the Rembrandtpark is an ideal place to sit out in the sun and enjoy a picnic. The park is a green oasis with ponds, playgrounds and walking and biking paths. You can also visit De Uylenburg, the oldest petting zoo in Amsterdam.

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Oosterpark

The Oosterpark is a large city park located in Amsterdam Oost. This open green space is filled with ponds and streams, a wading pool for children and plenty of walking paths. Considered Amsterdam’s most multicultural park, it draws a diverse local crowd and hosts a variety of festivals throughout the summer. There is also a

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Beatrix park

The Beatrixpark is a small park in the south of Amsterdam. It orginates from 1938. The Vereniging Vrienden van het Beatrixpark came to life in 1981 because local citizens wanted to prevent a part of the park being confiscated by the RAI, and other plans for building. That original goal was not reached. However, as a

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Amstelpark

Just behind the freeway from the RAI congress and exhibition halls, twenty minutes walk from the Okura Hotel, a big park is located with several interesting gardens inside, various attractions for children, a café, a restaurant, two galleries and a mini-golf. The park has been established in 1972, as one of the sites of the

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