Sarphatipark, Amsterdam

(4.3/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
The Sarphatipark is a public urban park located in the stadsdeel Amsterdam Oud-Zuid in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The park is named after Samuel Sarphati.In 1942, the park was renamed "Bollandpark" after G.J.P.J. Bolland, because Samuel Sarphati was a Jew. The old name was restored after the war in 1945.The Dutch painter Mommie Schwarz and his wife Else Berg lived adjacent to the park from 1927 until their deportation to, and execution at, the Auschwitz concentration camp in 1942. Some of their last works were landscape paintings of the park.
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  • The park is nicely located, very good place to go for a walk on a sunny day. Unfortunately it is quite poorly maintained. The benches are old and dirty. On rainy days there is lots of mud on the trail...  more »
  • The sarphati Park is dog-free zone. This is underlined by the fences attached to the Park entrances. Should try to enter the Park, a dog he can break down here just fine bones. Way to go.
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  • Very nice little park in the Pijp district, probably even more colorful during the summer. Several ducks are present.
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  • Loved the table tennis! Small urban park, good for a short relaxing walk away from the noise of the Pijp streets nearby.
  • Not a big park, but still lovely and veeeery dog-friendly.
  • Great little park for dogs to have a break from indoor life but not big enough for decent exercise. Still, ours love the ducks and regularly swim.
  • Perfect size for an urban park with people always ready to sunbath in the middle of a working day.
  • Our favorite park in Amsterdam! It's beautiful, quite and a great place for a picnic, a run, a morning stroll or just to cross it on the way to somewhere and by that to escape the city atmosphere...