Madurodam – The Netherlands in Miniature

By Sasha, December 2012

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If you’ve only got a few days in The Netherlands, head straight to Madurodam near Den Haag for a mini-tour of the whole country – all in miniature. A 30-minute train ride from Amsterdam and a tram hop (number nine) out of Den Haag at Scheveningen, the park has three themed zones containing intricate models of Holland’s cities and landmark buildings, all scaled down to 1.25.

All the important architectural styles of The Netherlands are represented, from the gabled canal-side houses in Amsterdam to the Gothic magnificence of the Peace Palace and Parliament Buildings in Den Haag. There are models of canals and churches, windmills that turn by solar power, bridges that lift and plenty of bulb fields too.

Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Amsterdam Things to Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in Amsterdam.

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