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Guidebook for Amsterdam

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Guidebook for Amsterdam

Food Scene
Nice place to chillout for breakfast/lunch or dinner. Small but very good menu at reasonable prices. Dessert are amazing!
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DroversDog Heemstedestraat
25 Heemstedestraat
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Nice place to chillout for breakfast/lunch or dinner. Small but very good menu at reasonable prices. Dessert are amazing!
Parks & Nature
Recreational area for kids, forest around the lake with beaches to play and swim. Ferry available that will take you to the other side of the lake into the forest of Amsterdam
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Nieuwe Meer
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Recreational area for kids, forest around the lake with beaches to play and swim. Ferry available that will take you to the other side of the lake into the forest of Amsterdam
The Amsterdam Forest is a polder forest that lies in a rare clay soil type. Its diverse landscape of wet and dry patches, wooded areas, grassland, reed and open water provides a unique habitat for many flora and fauna species, including rabbits, squirrels, frogs, salamanders, woodpeckers and birds of prey. Polder Meerzicht in the Amsterdam Forest The natural beauty of the Amsterdam Forest can roughly be divided into the following areas: the Schinkelbos (with grazing Scottish Highlander cows) the Southern Oeverlanden (habitat of the marsh harrier) the Oeverlanden Amstelveense Poel (attention bird lovers: here you can find buntings, reed warblers and sometimes even Savi’s warbler; buzzards, hawks and sparrow hawks ensure that the natural balance is kept, and this is also where you can find wild orchids and other rare plants) Vogeleiland (‘Bird Island’, home to numerous exceptional species of plants and butterflies) and the Meerzicht Polder (which harbours meadow flowers and typical Dutch meadow birds such as the redshank, black-tailed godwit and lapwing). Big Five Most likely, you are familiar with the African Big Five. But did you know that the Amsterdam Forest has its own Big Five? We proudly present to you the following five magnificent inhabitants: the marsh harrier, the kingfisher, the Scottish Highlander, the squirrel and the grass snake. See if you can spot them all!
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Amsterdam Forest
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The Amsterdam Forest is a polder forest that lies in a rare clay soil type. Its diverse landscape of wet and dry patches, wooded areas, grassland, reed and open water provides a unique habitat for many flora and fauna species, including rabbits, squirrels, frogs, salamanders, woodpeckers and birds of prey. Polder Meerzicht in the Amsterdam Forest The natural beauty of the Amsterdam Forest can roughly be divided into the following areas: the Schinkelbos (with grazing Scottish Highlander cows) the Southern Oeverlanden (habitat of the marsh harrier) the Oeverlanden Amstelveense Poel (attention bird lovers: here you can find buntings, reed warblers and sometimes even Savi’s warbler; buzzards, hawks and sparrow hawks ensure that the natural balance is kept, and this is also where you can find wild orchids and other rare plants) Vogeleiland (‘Bird Island’, home to numerous exceptional species of plants and butterflies) and the Meerzicht Polder (which harbours meadow flowers and typical Dutch meadow birds such as the redshank, black-tailed godwit and lapwing). Big Five Most likely, you are familiar with the African Big Five. But did you know that the Amsterdam Forest has its own Big Five? We proudly present to you the following five magnificent inhabitants: the marsh harrier, the kingfisher, the Scottish Highlander, the squirrel and the grass snake. See if you can spot them all!
Essentials
Local cheese and vegetable shop with local farmed cheese.
Kaasmakerij Aandemolensloot
6 Akersluis
Local cheese and vegetable shop with local farmed cheese.
supermarket
AH
107 Belgiëplein
supermarket