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The Vondelpark is Amsterdam's most popular park, attracting tourists, residents, and everyone in between. It was designed by landscape architect L.D. Zocher and has been awarded national heritage status.
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Biggest and most beautiful park in the middle of Amsterdam. Surrounded by all kinds of shops, restaurants and beautiful historic buildings.
Similar to Central Park in New York City, with its expansive natural areas. Very beautiful park that is often filled with people on nice, sunny days. It is located in the Old South section of Amsterdam, a very affluent area.
The largest park in Amsterdam and certainly the most famous park of The Netherlands. Go here if you're a park lover, otherwise I would recommend to go a bit off the beaten track and chill out in Amsterdam North (NDSM wharf).
The most famous diverse and visited park in Amsterdam, where several places can be found to have a drink. Discover the big artwork "Figure Decoupee" by Pablo Picasso which is there since 1965, or the beautiful rose garden.
Thé biggest park right in the center of Amsterdam, nearby Leidseplein, on walking distance.
The park of Amsterdam. Central park of NYC. Hyde park of London. Vondelpark is to Amsterdam. Bikes, joggers and lovely place to chill and stroll.
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