Amstelveen has a lot to offer. Here you can find tourist information.
Amstelveen’s Heemparks (botanical parks) are islands of peace and wonder, where plants and herbs that are indigenous to the Netherlands are shown in enchanting compositions. Wander in a typical Dutch polder landscape with pollard willows and reed lands in De Braak; repose in the romantic ‘garden rooms’ in the Dr. Jac P. Thijssepark, where rare varieties such as Marsh St. John’s Wort, Cranberry and Dwarf Cornel once again exhibit their fragile beauty; and make the most of your opportunity to admire the very rare Molinia meadows in the Dr. Koos Landwehrpark that were part of the eastern farmlands in days gone by. Experience the beauty of Dutch flora in any season during your stroll in these delightful parks.
Flower Auction Aalsmeer
Aalsmeer, a village next to Amstelveen, is world famous for the Flower Auction Royal Flora Holland. For an unforgettable experience take a behind-the-scenes look at the trading centre and auction process, while admiring the thousands of cars bursting with flowers.
Set out early on a self-guided tour and catch the auction at its busiest. Set your own page as you follow signs explaining all aspects of Royal Flora Holland (in various languages). For more information and opening hours please visit the website: www.Floraholland.com
Horticulture Garden Museum Historical Aalsmeer
In the busy Randstad Historical Garden is an oasis of calm! Along the 450 meter long garden path, visitors will find an extensive collection of scented and sometimes youth sentiment calling plants and flowers. Part of it is during the opening hours for sale at the Garden Shop. Moreover, within the Historic Garden numerous buildings that give a good impression of the process Aalsmeer growers wielded in ancient times.
There is a permanent (and often changing) exhibition. The indoor corridor provides an excellent opportunity for the reception of groups. In the sales room regularly fashioned auction sessions held at the original Jugendstil auction clock from 1930. For more information and opening hours visit the website: www.historischetuin.nl
There are 5 hotels located in Amstelveen providing all the needs of international (business) visitors. Visit the websites of the Grand Hotel Amstelveen, Abina Hotel, Alp de Veenen Boutique Hotel, Best Western Plus Amstelveen and Amsterdam forest hotel for more information.
Amstelveen has a lot to offer! Experience Amstelveen is especially created to show you around our colourful city and will make you feel “at home in Amstelveen”. Enjoy!