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Vondelpark, Amsterdam
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Join the 10 million visitors who experience Vondelpark annually. Walk your dog, ride a bike, or simply relax at the largest and most popular city park in the capital city. This 47 ha (120 acres) park features a statue of poet and author Joost van den Vondel, for whom it is named, as well as other works, such as pieces by Pablo Picasso. Come to see a concert at the park's open-air theater; take your kids to the Groot Melkuis, surrounded by several play areas and a large playground; and stroll along the historical park pavilion. You can grab lunch at one of the bars or restaurants on site, including the famous Vertigo restaurant. To visit Vondelpark on your trip to Amsterdam, use our Amsterdam trip itinerary planner.
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  • Very busy Park in the heart of Amsterdam. Easy to reach by tram and bus, as well as with the bike.
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  • Did the local bike ride, great Park, very beautiful and well taken care of, I visited in November 2016 and the weather was very nice!
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  • Very nice park in spring, in the green nature, in the center of town, nice trees and flowers merit a visit; relaxing park. 
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  • Absolute paradise in the Summer. Very well maintained with nice fountains and many modern sculptures dotted around. There are a couple of nice places to eat also and the open air theater in the centre has a lot of interesting things going on for free as well as a bar. There's also a nice little play park for families with a paddling pool.
  • Fantastic place to visit, a must see in Amsterdam. Plenty of room to cycle, walk, run, exercise or picnic. Enjoy one of the many summer time concerts and shows that are there or enjoy a drink at one of the cafes and bars. Have a peek at the lost and found peg area near the info centre at the upper city end of the park. There are always interesting things to be seen!
  • Big and clean park. Great if you wanna see the locals chill or just chill yourself. There are a few small diners but they are expensive as hell, so you better bring your own food.
  • Beautiful park with cafes that service nice refreshments. On a sunny day it is like heaven on earth. A must visit for any Amsterdam visitor and lots of nice shops around the area.
  • So many lovely paths to bike and grassy places to sit. Bring a blanket and park yourself wherever, people-watch, and forget for a while that you're in the middle of a city. During the summer, they have a a free open-air theater that hosts a variety of music and theater events. (Also, generally teeming with Pokemon!)