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Had a nice stroll with the family to try cheese, but souvenirs and see the windmills. Got some nice photos. Crowded as bus after bus dropped tours, on the drizzly cloudy day.
We took Uber since we didn’t have much time. You can take a...More
It wasn't the prettiest day, but getting to see the windmills and the country side was just what was needed. It really tied up our Netherlands trip (only thing better would have been tulips blooming, but we were too early).
From the back of Central train station in Amsterdam cross over the water with a free ferry to catch the 391 bus that takes you Outside Zaanse Schans. You can take the train but it means you have to walk for 1.5Km. You will see...More
The windmills at de Zaanse Schans were quite nice to see. It does not take long to see the entire place. To just get the view of the windmills and the river, you can spend less than an hour here, but I would recommend to...More
This is a must-have day-trip form Amsterdam. The charming countryside of Zaanse Schans is known for the 16th century windmills which have been preserved to this date, the picture-perfect colorful wooden houses and the Zaan river. We also enjoyed the museum tour which was free...More
Since the journey started to come to here, it was so scenic. We took public transport which is bus number 391 from Amsterdam central all the way to here and it only cost like €10 per person for whole day to use the ticket to...More
A must while in the Netherlands! Used the tours-tickets company to book this tour. Great way to see the countryside! Would recommend to anyone visiting for the first time. Beautiful scenery and amazing history to learn about.
From my observation, if you are parking at the Zaans Museum it seemed like a very safe area. Lots of people (tourists / families / taxis / buses) constantly going through. Someone breaking in to a car and going through your... More
From my observation, if you are parking at the Zaans Museum it seemed like a very safe area. Lots of people (tourists / families / taxis / buses) constantly going through. Someone breaking in to a car and going through your things or removing them would likely be noticed right away. (As a fellow NY'er) I definitely noticed how kind and observant the Dutch were - not the "see something / do nothing" type we are used to at home.