From A to Z; from Amsterdam to Zaanse Schans
More young people are finding their way to windmill village the Zaanse Schans. Most of the young tourists who visited Zaandam and the Zaanse Schans were young Asians. In 2015 almost 400,000 young Asian people have seen the windmills and ‘the typical Dutch landscape’ in the countryside of Amsterdam. The Zaanse Schans attracted in total almost 1.9 million visitors, which is an increase of 20 percent compared to 2014. The amount of young people among the visitors rose from 35 to 41 percent.
Tourists decide to escape the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam and bring a visit to its countryside. Most of them want to see ‘old Holland’ and real Dutch windmills. They find it a perfect experience and the reviews are good, since there is plenty to do in the Zaanse Schans. Take a windmill bike tour and cycle around through the windmills. Get a bus tour and within 20 minutes from Amsterdam you will be in the Zaanse Schans strolling around the windmills. See a windmill from the inside or visit the Zaanse Schans Museum (Zaans Museum), where you will learn about the Dutch windmill history.
Visit Amsterdam See Holland
There are enough educational tours and excursions. According to the expectations even more people are planning a day to see the Zaanse Schans instead of Amsterdam’s canals, coffeeshops and red light district. A development we support because: ‘Visit Amsterdam, See Holland’, There are plans to expand the parking capacity and improve visitors facilities for better crowd management. This will help to make your day in the Zaanse Schans a pleasant Holland experience and get to see everything from Amsterdam to the Zaanse Schans!