How toWalking Tour Of Bos en Lommer & De Baarjes
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Monocle Amsterdam Guide
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Join us on our walking tour of the Bos en Lommer and De Baarjes neighborhoods of Amsterdam
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We are using Monocle’s walking guide of these neighborhoods. Its a great tour companion!
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Our 1st stop is Cafe DS, an old school thats been repurposed as a gym, cafe and entertainment venue
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A beautiful view and great breakfast had us ready to continue our walk
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Next up is a quick stroll through Rembrandt Park, named after the prolific Dutch Painter.
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Pro tip: the red path is for bikes and the black top is for pedestrians!
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After the park we walked down Jan Evertsenstraat to visit the beautiful plant shop De Balkonie
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Then it was over to White Label Coffee to see their welcoming interior design and delicious coffee
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The interior decor is welcoming and the brew is heady
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Our walk continues to view the Jeruzalemkerk (church) and grabbing a drink at next door Café Cook
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We saw the beautiful Gingkos that line Vespuccistraat
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We walked through Erasmus Park, opened in 1939 and named after a Dutch theologian.
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The flower garden bursts with beautiful colors in spring and summer
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After a lap around the park we headed to the Podium Mozaïek. A former church, now a cultural hub.
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Our final stop was Wilde Westen for a wood fired pizza and craft beer.
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Hope you enjoyed coming along on our journey!
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