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What's Oost-Watergraafsmeer, Amsterdam Like?

Once a working class dock area, Amsterdam's Oost-Watergraafsmeer district is one of the most attractive and affluent parts of the city today. The region has undergone considerable regeneration, and was modelled after the London Docklands area during the 1990s. It's still a vibrant, multicultural district, and landmarks include Oosterpark which was created in 1891 and was the first municipal park in Amsterdam. The park is based on an English garden and was designed by Dutch landscaper Leonard Anthony Springer, and it's popular with birdwatchers who come to spot gray herons, ducks and even parrots. While you're in Oosterpark be sure to see the National Slavery Monument and some of the amazing sculptures such as "the Scream" by Jeroen Henneman and Titaantjes", a striking bronze of three men seated on a bench by Hans Bayen. In Linnaeusstraat at the front of the park you'll find the Tropenmuseum, a museum dedicated to African and Asia, while the Amsterdam Science Park in Watergraafsmeer is a must.

Tipr For Getting Along with Locals in Oost-Watergraafsmeer, Amsterdam

Dutch residents generally speak good English so you'll have no trouble making yourself understood when you join then for a tasty brunch of uitsmijter (fried bread with ham and eggs) in the cafes on Linnnaeustraat or Wijtenbachstraat. Meet locals at the Dappermarkt which is the biggest in the city after the Albert Cuyp market or relax with a cold beer in one of the traditional brown bars that can easily be found close to most hotels in Oost-Watergraafsmeer, Amsterdam. Take a look at today for more ideas on how to enjoy a more authentic vacation, and for a selection of some of the best Oost-Watergraafsmeer, Amsterdam accommodation.

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