De Hallen Amsterdam
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An Amsterdam favourite. Converted tram depot, now with a foodcourt filled with international food, cinema, shops and more!
Tired of walking de whole day? Catch a movie at "The filmHallen" Want to buy something authentic? Visit one of the small galleries. Or if you're in for a small (or big) bite, have a look at the Foodhallen, for sure there will be something you like to eat there!
De Hallen is a monument built between 1902 and 1928. Once the first electric trams were serviced here. But today it houses a great area filled with media, culture, fashion, food and crafts, a libary, hotel, cinema, local markt and foodhall.
This is Amsterdam’s foodcourt! Really nice to go for a drink and some food. Can be crowded in the weekends.
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“In 1996 the Vondelpark, as one of the first city parks, obtained the status of a national monument. This status is in line with the cultural-historical value that the park represents. This makes the Vondelpark one of the crown jewels of Amsterdam. An average of 10 million people visit the park every year. That is approximately 21 visitors per square meter. In comparison, Central Park in New York receives approximately 5 visitors per square meter every year!”
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“At this cozy cafe they have a Flemish Limburg map. The menu changes with seasons and always has 4 starters and main courses, from fish to meat and vegetarian.”
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“Bar Spek has a lovely terrace on the water's edge that catches the early sun and nice sandwiches and salads. ”
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