About the Queen's Beautiful and Pleasant ParkThe park named after the Queen of the Netherlands, Beatrix, is considered one of the cleanest parks in Amsterdam. It is well maintained and maintained. It was created between 1936 and 1938. The truth is that in its early years it was named after Dutch composer Alphonse Dabenbruck, but his name was changed later on.
Although over the years the park has undergone changes and additions, its ancient and original part is the most beautiful. It managed to maintain an original and authentic design and character, influenced by English parks. You will find a swimming pool with a fountain, water canals that can even be used for swimming and suitable for children in the summer, paths that invite a pleasant walk and lawns on which you can enjoy picnics.
The pavilions that stand in the park remain "remnants" of the Floriada exhibition, which took place here in 1972. The park is not crowded with visitors and mainly local residents.
It's worth it!