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Eastern Docklands Amsterdam


The Amsterdam's Eastern Docklands have been developed since the seventies from a harbour site to a highly popular residential area with superb and diverse architecture. The district even became an important tourist stop: architecture tourists and everybody else enjoy the site. During our walk we visit the ‘hot spots’ of the area: the monumental architecture of the KNSM-eiland, the remarkable dwellings, world class footbridges and canals of the Java-eiland, the Gold Coast on Borneo and the impressive residential block The Whale on Sporenburg.

 Java Island, Amsterdam  Sporenburg, Amsterdam Borneo Island, Amsterdam

More on Amsterdam Eastern Docklands: www.amsterdamdocklands.com

Start walk:
Lloyd Hotel, Oostelijke Handelskade 34. Take tram 26 direction IJburg from Central Station, tram stop Rietlandpark. Or take tram 10 to Azartplein from Leidseplein, tram stop Rietlandpark.
Here you will find a map. 
By car: parking is to be paid, except on sunday. Try the parking garage under Albert Heijn (200 metres from the hotel), first 1,5 hours is free of charge  

Duration: about 2 hours.
Price: 12,50 euros a person
Reservations: Send an email to bf@stadswandelkantoor.nl  Of phone +31 (0)20 419 00 22 / +31 (0)6 419 676 25 / +31 (0)6 419 676 55.


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