National Geographic Walking Amsterdam, 2nd Edition (National Geographic Walking Guide) (Paperback)

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The west belt of concentric canals--with its brick buildings and cobbled streets--is the best distinguishing feature of the capital of the Netherlands, one of the liveliest cities in the world. Amsterdam offers an exciting cultural scene that you can tour with this comprehensive guide's 13 walking and driving tours: See the paintings of the Dutch Masters on display in the renovated Rijksmuseum and the exclusive Van Gogh Museum. Amble through the largest historical district in Europe, full of cafes facing the canals and bizarre boutiques. Take a trip back in time through the narrow streets of celebrated Jordaan, full of art galleries, antique shops, gardens, and charming bars and restaurants. And don't miss visiting Prinsengracht house, where Anne Frank hid for two years. Finally, plan a few hours to get lost in the largest flea market in Europe, IJ-hallen. Find all this and more in this beautifully illustrated and easy-to-navigate guide to one of the greatest cities in Europe.

About the Author


PIP FARQUHARSON lives in Amersterdam and is the author of many articles on the capital of the Netherlands. In addition to contributing to travel publications for Time Out and Dorling & Kindersley, she has worked as a consultant for documentaries on Amsterdam for BBC, MTV, and Lonely Planet, and as an art writer. She is also the author of two editions of National Geographic Walking Guide Rotterdam. Over the last decade, Farquharson has worked as a copywriter in communication and now in the emerging blockchain industry. In 2019 she published What the FAQ?, a dictionary of blockchain terms in plain English.
Product Details
ISBN: 9788854417076
ISBN-10: 8854417076
Publisher: National Geographic
Publication Date: August 24th, 2021
Pages: 192
Language: English
Series: National Geographic Walking Guide