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Vondelpark is great in the summer for the open air theater, rollerblading or going for a run, BBQs with friends and just chilling.
The lovely Vondelpark! Enjoy a nice stroll through the park and see the locals make their daily run. Or go for a drink in one of the many nice little café's, such as Blauwe Theehuis or Vondeltuin.
The most famous park in Amsterdam with the nice places to have a drink and relax.
Come and enjoy the sun! The Vondelpark is good for running and exercising but also great for hanging out with friends.
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