There is plenty to see in laid-back Amsterdam, from world-class museums to vintage markets and more canals than Venice. And if that is not enough, any of the suggestions below make a diverting day trip from the city of cool. Keukenhof Gardens If ... 

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Stuart S

November 2014

 There are two things you absolutely must do when you visit Amsterdam; one is rent a bicycle and cycle around Amsterdam and the other is to experience this day trip to the Dutch countryside. This ... , Stuart S - November 2014

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There are two things you absolutely must do when you visit Amsterdam; one is rent a bicycle and cycle around Amsterdam and the other is to experience this day trip to the Dutch countryside. This photo was taken before boarding the passenger ferry from Marken to Volendam.

Anonymous

September 2013

A second millstone is opened for visitors to get a good understanding of how it all works. - September 2013

North Holland Day Trip from Amsterdam Including Enclosing Dike

A second millstone is opened for visitors to get a good understanding of how it all works.

Anonymous

September 2013

The center of Medemblik, where you can clearly see how people live on the dike built to retain the water next to it. - September 2013

North Holland Day Trip from Amsterdam Including Enclosing Dike

The center of Medemblik, where you can clearly see how people live on the dike built to retain the water next to it.

Anonymous

September 2013

On the historical train stations, volunteers are dressed as they would have been in the 18th century. - September 2013

North Holland Day Trip from Amsterdam Including Enclosing Dike

On the historical train stations, volunteers are dressed as they would have been in the 18th century.

Anonymous

September 2013

Jan Pieterszoon Coen (1587–1629,) is famous for his violent raids in the Dutch Indies (now Indonesia), where he “founded” the city of Batavia (now Jakarta) in 1619. - September 2013

North Holland Day Trip from Amsterdam Including Enclosing Dike

Jan Pieterszoon Coen (1587–1629,) is famous for his violent raids in the Dutch Indies (now Indonesia), where he “founded” the city of Batavia (now Jakarta) in 1619.

Anonymous

September 2013

On the ‘Rode Steen’ square, you can also find the incredibly detailed building of the West-Fries Museum. - September 2013

North Holland Day Trip from Amsterdam Including Enclosing Dike

On the ‘Rode Steen’ square, you can also find the incredibly detailed building of the West-Fries Museum.

Anonymous

September 2013

You can see the IJsselmeer on the left (lower part of the dike) and the Zuiderzee on the right. - September 2013

North Holland Day Trip from Amsterdam Including Enclosing Dike

You can see the IJsselmeer on the left (lower part of the dike) and the Zuiderzee on the right.

Anonymous

September 2013

Monique translating Theo’s explanation of how the millstone works. - September 2013

North Holland Day Trip from Amsterdam Including Enclosing Dike

Monique translating Theo’s explanation of how the millstone works.

Simone P United States of America

September 2013

 Brussels and Antwerp Day Trip from Amsterdam , Simone P - September 2013

Brussels and Antwerp Day Trip from Amsterdam

Brussels and Antwerp Day Trip from Amsterdam

Anonymous

November 2012

Zaanse Schans Windmills, Marken and Volendam - November 2012

Half-Day Trip from Amsterdam

Zaanse Schans Windmills, Marken and Volendam

Anonymous

November 2012

Zaanse Schans Windmills, Marken and Volendam - November 2012

Half-Day Trip from Amsterdam

Zaanse Schans Windmills, Marken and Volendam

Anonymous

November 2012

Zaanse Schans Windmills, Marken and Volendam - November 2012

Half-Day Trip from Amsterdam

Zaanse Schans Windmills, Marken and Volendam

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