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Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam

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Jan-Pieter
Jan-Pieter
September 21, 2019
The Hortus Botanicus is a charming botanical garden in Central-East. The garden is located on the stately Plantage Middenlaan. The garden is approximately 1.2 hectares and contains more than six thousand tropical and native trees and plants. On cold winter days you can relax in the pleasant…
Nynke
Nynke
July 21, 2019
If it's the weather is nice, enjoy a morning or an afternoon in this beautiful garden. You can learn about plants and green life :)
Bertrand
Bertrand
August 3, 2019
Botanical Garden, to walk around, chill.
Hilke
Hilke
January 26, 2020
The Hortus Botanicus is one of the oldest botanic gardens in the world. The garden is a beautiful and intimate place with an unique collection of plants. In the midst of busy city the Hortus offers an oasis of tranquility, a flowery relief in the urban busyness. The garden invites you to walk,…
Lori
Lori
June 11, 2019
Right across the street - if you like gardens or greenhouses - this one is beautiful! Check their site for events!

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Park
“The central park of Amsterdam east. Amsterdammers come here to picnic, relax or workout. Two other parks in the area that are certainly worth a visit: the Flevopark (check also our tip Distilleerderij ’t Nieuwe Diep) and the somewhat smaller, quieter Frankendael park. ”
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Brauerei
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Standort
2a Plantage Middenlaan
Amsterdam-Centrum, NH 1018 DD
Telefonnummer+31 20 625 9021
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