Camping Hostel Amsterdamse Bos

Address: Kleine Noorddijk 1, Amstelveen, Noord-Holland, 1187 NZ, Netherlands | Campground
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamping Hostel Amsterdamse Bos Amstelveen

Reviewed by mikencana

Tent Camping! Beautiful and reasonable.

Reviewed Apr 19, 2011
by (2 reviews) Colorado Springs , United States Flag of United States

Very nice camp site, places for campervans, tents, and even little huts of different kinds and sizes you can rent out for fairly reasonable prices. We brought our own tent so it was only 15EUR a night (which is sill pricey, I know, but all of Amsterdam is expensive for accommodation! This was the best deal). There was a kitchen to cook in, but no where to store food, but a little store to buy food and things at the site, and a bathroom and laundry but you had to pay extra for the showers, laundry and remember to bring your own TP!

I can't complain however, it was a beautiful area and beautiful weather all week while we were there! You can also rent bikes from the office (20EUR a day) and there is a lovely park right there with ponds, and ducks, and even a few highland cows! Close to Amsterdam, only a bus and a short train ride away. Reasonably safe place to leave your things even when camping (only our TP was stolen). But if the weather is good and money is short, try it out!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Camping Hostel Amsterdamse Bos Amstelveen

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Travel Blogs from Amstelveen

Coffee

A travel blog entry by abbatravels on Apr 08, 2012

1 comment, 36 photos

We disembarked the choo choo train in Calais, France. Having been briefed on the grand 'coffee' in Amsterdam we scooted up there to sample some. As well as to purchase enough to assist in setting the mood for a jolly and harmonious European trek. After all good 'coffee' can be hard to come by.

The day we arrived, Ariel had the flu, so we …

Adventures in the dam

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Mar 14, 2014

155 photos

... spend a lot of time in this area due to the amount of people. The waft of weak drifts over everything, almost entirely smoked by tourists was enough to handle let alone everything else.

That night we had grand visions of finding some Dutch food, but it was more like walking down a street in Wellington, with all the restaurants being Italian, French, Malaysian, Thai etc. We kept walking hoping to find something that tickled the fancy, but eventually gave up and went ...

The cruise begins

A travel blog entry by rose60 on Sep 22, 2013

7 photos

... the better.

  • Mark showed us the birthplace of capitalism, the Dutch East India company, now part of the University.
  • There are about 600,000 bikes in the city and about 8,000 go missing every year. The solution is to steal/borrow someone else's bike. People don't buy new bikes.
  • And finally, the American term 'cookie' is derived from the Dutch word koekje which means little cake, and arrived in America through the Dutch.
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