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Rather than spending another day in Amsterdam we decided to visit Zaanse Schans, we ended up spending most of the day here as there is so much to see & do!
We started in the Zaanse Museum & Biscuit/Chocolate factory. The museum was really interesting,...More
A charming tourist stop giving a glimpse of what life in Holland was like in the past. There are many windmills, traditional Dutch homes, canals, wood shoe and cheese making. A few shops to buy souvenirs also. I loved it!
Netherlands is pretty much identified by their windmills and their beautiful canals. Zaanse Schans is one of the most beautiful town you will find in Netherlands. It used to be the hub for spice, herbs, flour production and that's why the mills. The windmills are...More
We hired bikes from our hotel in central Amsterdam and cycled the 10miles (12km) out to see the windmills. Not the most scenic route through the industrial areas and the Port of Amsterdam, but so glad we made the effort. The cycle paths are amazing...More
I like the beauty of the village rather than the wind Mills. It is worth a half day tour to Zaanse Schans and I advise everyone who visit Amsterdam to go to this picturesque village. Take the "Sprinter" train from Centraal station towards Uitegeest and...More
Just ask when you get your tickets. They all line up in one area. just find your bus number. I think every half hour. Yes their is a lot of walking. Wear good shoes. Also their is a information center if you need more help.