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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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The largest and most visited park in Amsterdam, Vondelpark occupies 120 acres and contains no end of fun things to do. In addition to expanses of green space dotted by peaceful ponds and traversed by ample paths, the park is home to a lovely rose garden featuring more than 70 different types of the…
The Vondelpark is an elongated city park in Amsterdam, dating from 1865. The park is located in the Amsterdam-South district, on the border with the Amsterdam-West district. It extends from the Stadhouderskade to the Amstelveenseweg.
Biggest and most beautiful park in the middle of Amsterdam. Surrounded by all kinds of shops, restaurants and beautiful historic buildings.
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.
In 1996 the Vondelpark, as one of the first city parks, obtained the status of a national monument. This status is in line with the cultural-historical value that the park represents. This makes the Vondelpark one of the crown jewels of Amsterdam. An average of 10 million people visit the park…
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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