Parks of Amsterdam

Parks located in Amsterdam

Parks in Amsterdam vary from Wertheimpark, which covers one hectare, to the magnificent Vondelpark, which covers 48 hectares. The variety of parks makes Amsterdam a calm sanctuary on the busiest day (except for Queensday, naturally).


The biggest city park in Amsterdam and one of the most renowned parks in the Netherlands. Vondelpark invites 8 million site visitors each year and is a preferred location for citizens for running, dog-walking, or simply for the sight. Whit free shows are performed at the outdoor theatre or the park's pavilion in the summer season. The park is near to road 1e Constantijn Huygensstraat.


Located in the suburban area of Buitenveldert, southwest of Amsterdam, the park uses excellent centres for youngsters, consisting of a play area, minigolf, tiny football, and horse trips. Its tourist attractions are a rose yard, rhododendron stroll, and version yard with a baby room. The well managed Rieker windmill from 1636 lies on the southerly pointer of the park. Art events are kept in the Glazen Huis and the Papillon Gallery. In the summer season, trips in a mini train are feasible.


A tiny, pleasurable, and peaceful park called after the Dutch Queen, is among the cleanest in Amsterdam. It lies behind the RAI congress centre in South Amsterdam. A team of 1100 individuals unified in a culture of the park's good friends shields the Beatrixpark versus forget and the governmental absence of good sense. The culture continuously observes modifications in the park, maintaining it in a beautiful, pleasant form. The park is near to the road Diepenbrockstraat.

Amsterdamse Bos

This timberland park is the most prominent entertainment location in Amsterdam. Existing around 4 meters listed below water level was outlined in the 1930s in a job to minimize joblessness. Today, the marshy areas around Nieuwe Meer are nature books. A stretch of water called the Bosbaan moves via the park and is the place for rowing competitors in the period. At the west end of the water is the Bosmuseum which shows the all-natural and social background of the park. There are additionally momentary events. The park is near to the road Amstelveenseweg.

Frankendael Park

Throughout the early 18th century, many rich Amsterdammers constructed nation resorts to invest their summer season. On redeemed land called Watergraafsmeer, southern of Plantage Middelaan. Frankendael, with its luxurious exterior, is the last of them that endured. The unusual park is open to the general public and covers 7 hectares. One component of the park is a greenhouse that flaunts some 500 selections of wild plants and trees, of which some hardly ever can be seen somewhere else. The park is near road Middenweg.


Located in the relaxed area de Pijp, the park is surrounded by a range of coffee shops and a sandwich shop that makes them a dreamland after running beverage. The park has been lately remodelled and is a prominent gathering place, not just for dog-walkers. The park is near to the road Ceintuurbaan.


The park is near to the road, which is additionally called Oosterpark. From the completion of the 19th century in East Amsterdam, this large park, situated behind the Exotic Gallery, shows several massive, significant sculptures. While Oosterpark is perhaps unworthy of a unique detour, this is the area for a long minute of leisure if you remain in the location.


A comprehensive park near the city centre is a play area for innovative musicians. A previous gas manufacturing facility, positioned in the park's centre, has been exchanged pleasurable coffee shops innovative workplaces. Also, a ranch is to be discovered below. The park is near to the road: Haarlemmerweg.