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Located in Amsterdam West, the Rembrandtpark is an ideal place to sit out in the sun and enjoy a picnic. The park is a green oasis with ponds, playgrounds and walking and biking paths. You can also visit De Uylenburg, the oldest petting zoo in Amsterdam.
 
Just around the corner from the bustling Albert Cuyp market, the Sarphatipark is a green oasis in the heart of the city with a pond, fountain and enclosed playground. This small park is the perfect place to enjoy the sun, have a picnic with friends or just sit and people watch.
 
Amsterdam's Vondelpark is home to a selection of restaurants and cafés, including the Blauwe Theehuis, Café Vertigo, Vondelpark3, De Vondeltuin and the Groot Melkhuis. You’ll also find a skate rental shop, an open-air theatre and a rose garden with more than 70 types of roses in the park. The Vondelpark was designed by landscape architect L.D. Zocher and has been awarded national heritage status.

 
The Oosterpark is a large city park located in Amsterdam Oost. This open green space is filled with ponds and streams, a wading pool for children and plenty of walking paths. Considered Amsterdam’s most multicultural park, it draws a diverse local crowd and hosts a variety of festivals throughout the summer. There is also a 'speaker’s stone', where people speak their minds every Sunday at 13:00.

 
Frankendael is Amsterdam’s only remaining 17th-century country estate. The romantic park has two historic gardens - a period garden and a landscape garden – as well as a sunbathing area and marsh. In the middle of the park is the imposing Huize Frankendael ('Frankendael House') where cultural events are regularly organized. Also in the park are the unique restaurants Merkelbach (in the former coach house) and De Kas (in a propagation house from 1926).