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1. Ecolint - 't Kleine Loopveld - Amstelveen

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Address: Het Kleine Loopveld, 1181 AJ Amsterdam, Netherlands

Business type: Nature preserve

Ecolint - 't Kleine Loopveld: what do users think?

Chirantan Ghosh: Great place for a walkVisited on Weekend …More

Rufio Goo: Quiet peaceful place👍

Paweł Owczarek: Nice views

SSantos: Beautiful

B Smulders: Nice park, unfortunately it is not ahead because the Boelenlaan crosses through it.

Elmer: Nice park but not that special

Joyce den H.: Here you have exactly the perfect distances for a kowa, miwa and lawa. Really chill. X

B Stibbe: Nice outlet for the dogs

Amanda Fernández: nice park

2. ARTIS - Amsterdam

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Address: Plantage Kerklaan 38-40, 1018 CZ Amsterdam, Netherlands

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 5 pm

Telephone: +31 20 523 3670

Business type: Tourist attraction

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Mark: This magical place is great to visit with the entire family. There is a large variety of animals that are well taken case off. Do take enough time to spend at the zoo, it is not a place you should run through. Parking is next door so easy to access.

Rebecca Hubbard (Beckatherecka36): I really liked the way these exhibits were designed. Most of them were well thought out, larger spaces for the animals. The animals did not seem stressed. The zoo staff was helpful. The planetarium video was incredibly entertaining.Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Not sure …More

marsha: great zoo in amsterdam city centre with a very wide range of animals and exhibits. it took us 3-4 hours to get through at a leisurely pace. the food we got from a stall inside was very reasonably priced for zoo food. we couldn’t access the aquarium though — not sure if this was due to it being closed or us just not being able to find the way there but we had a great time anyway. definitely worth a visit!

Mathias Telling Foged: One of the most enjoyable zoos in Europe. It is a really beautiful zoo but when it comes to the exhibits but also the park itself. It is clear that a lot of care had been put into the park. Lots of animals to see and lots of variety. The zoo might be a little difficult to navigate. I would have liked some more maps around the park. But besides that it was a very enjoyable visit. Expect to use about 3-5 hours here.

Bruno Henriques: Enjoyable experience. Nice place for a relaxed walk, around 3 hours, while watching some animals that, in most cases, seem well taken care of. Others deserve larger spaces. There are also closed areas where you can see insects, butterflies, and several birds. Everything seems properly maintained. You can find several zookeepers in different areas who provide you with some guidance and information about the animals. Entrance is 25 eur.

Esraa Al Barsiky: I am in love with this zoo, so much fun and great weather You can find almost everything inside, lion, jaguar, Monkeys, giraffes, insects, hippos, etc. Make sure not to miss the butterflies area… very beautiful There is also a baby changing spot area Coffee shops and snack shops are available too So much love ❤️

3. Rijksmuseum - Amsterdam

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Address: Museumstraat 1, 1071 XX Amsterdam, Netherlands

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 5 pm

Telephone: +31 20 674 7000

Business type: Tourist attraction

Rijksmuseum: what do users think?

Elizabeth Hill: Wow! I needed lots and lots of time to go through this amazing art museum!! I recommend getting tickets on line. Lots of greats are on display! So many great works that I need to go back and spend another day! Great audio tour! Bring your headphones so you can listen in on your personal phone!Visited on Weekday Wait time No wait Reservation recommended Yes …More

Jim C: Probably the best museum in Amsterdam. Clearly the most famous paintings are in the gallery of honor, but we saw lots of other interesting works. There are audio guides that allow you to do just the highlights or to type in a number in front of a picture. We spent about three hours here and could have spent more. Definitely recommend.

F. Nobels: Very beautiful and big museum with a large collection of different things. Note that to visit you are required to book a time slot. The museum has a large collection if paintings and other pieces of art. On the ground floor there is also a large collection of boat models that were used to design ships and explain how to operate ships. The museum also has a small restaurant, it it a bit expensive but fine.

Randa Meierhenry: Visited on Pride Saturday (before I knew it was pride) and it was still relatively busy, but not too crazy. Definitely buy tickets in advance. You need a timed entry to get in. This is a great museum with a pretty large variety of art. The 1700-1800 section was particularly beautiful.Visited on Public holiday Wait time Up to 10 min Reservation recommended Yes …More

Eugenia Bordakova: This place is a real masterpiece! Without overrating, this is the best museum I’ve ever visited. All the rooms look really stylish, they have perfect light to see the pieces of art. This museum is really worth visiting, I’ve spent there almost 3 hours and I think it could be much more, but I was late there. Ticket price is 20€, and it’s worth every cent of it! There are so many interesting exponents, such as pictures, sculptures, old weapons, dishes. Everyone will find something he would like there, so I strongly recommend you to visit it ! ❤️

Amy: 20 euro a head entrance tickets. Very large and well thought out exhibition. Has additional free to add rooms. Took us 2 hours to get around but you could easily spend a lot longer with the additional audio. Easy navigation, resting places, and signage was handy to follow. Friendly staff and of course an over priced store inside. Very nice visit

Pranav Rathi: If you’re in NL for some time and want to see and appreciate all the museums then it is better to get the museum card (then all the museums are free with multiple entries). This museum is huge; hall after hall and room after room with full of exhibitions; from insect to ships. There is a lot here; one day is not enough to see everything. If you are continuously walking then may be in a day you can see everything; the museum opens from 9am to 5pm. It is better to book a slot in advance. The place is big, it is better to go as the museum opens, it is always crowded. There are lockers available and if the lockers are full then the check-in facility is available. Nice eating place is also available for a decent cost. The best way to get here is the tram 2 and 12 from central. Metro (52) is also available from central but you have to walk around 0.5km. Flash photograph is not allowed but you can take pictures.

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