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Description - The 500 Hidden Secrets of Amsterdam by Guido Van Eijck

For tourists who want to avoid the well-known tourist spots and discover the locals' favourite addresses, and for residents who want to get to know their city even better. Written by born and bred Amsterdammers, the book includes lists such as the 5 best vintage markets, the 5 best small museums and the 5 best concert venues, with a total 500 addresses and facts that few people know. Includes extensive maps and a comprehensive index. AUTHOR: Guido van Eijck and Saskia Naafs live in Amsterdam and they know everything there is to know about their hometown. They both are journalists and they often work together, for example on articles for the magazine De Groene Amsterdammer. Saskia also writes about city life and travel for the Amsterdam newspaper Het Parool; Guido writes for a.o. de Volkskrant and co-edited a travel guide about communist heritage in Eastern Europe. 200 colour illustrations

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Book Details

ISBN: 9789460581441
ISBN-10: 9460581447
Format: Paperback / softback
(180mm x 120mm x 0mm)
Pages: 256
Imprint: Luster
Publisher: Luster
Publish Date: 24-Jun-2015
Country of Publication: Netherlands

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Author Biography - Guido Van Eijck

Guido van Eijck and Saskia Naafs live in Amsterdam and they know everything there is to know about their hometown. They both are journalists and they often work together, for example on articles for the magazine De Groene Amsterdammer. Saskia also writes about city life and travel for the Amsterdam newspaper Het Parool; Guido writes for a.o. de Volkskrant and co-edited a travel guide about communist heritage in Eastern Europe.

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