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Your trip from Paris to Amsterdam in Thalys
Paris is endowed with special charm, and is less than 3 and a half hours away by train from Amsterdam, one of the most cosmopolitan European destinations. Thus what if during your stay in the city of romance you wanted to make a trip to the gorgeous jewel of the Netherlands - Amsterdam.
The journey is on the Thalys and high-speed trains make it around 3 hours 20 minutes long. The route goes from the Paris Nord station to Amsterdam Central station. Once you get off the train, you are immediately charmed by an image worthy of its nickname 'the Venice of the North': dozens of canals surrounded by colorful buildings and smiling people, modernist atmosphere, well preserved architecture dating back to the 17th century, a whole plethora of multicolored flowers everywhere, and the famous Red Light District De Wallen which attracts thousands of tourists curious to see the living image of legalized prostitution.
Among the most popular outdoor activities that you can do in Amsterdam are the tours of Amsterdam’s canals that can be done by electric boat or hydrobicycle, being an ideal way to do a bit of exercise. There is nothing more exciting and beautiful than seeing all the attractions of Amsterdam on the bike, so you can opt for the Yellow Bike Tour which lasts 3 hours and has a guide who will take you off the beaten track of the city‘s main attractions, to less visited, yet equally exciting places.
Lovers of photography must go to one of the most photographed places in Amsterdam - the Magere Bridge (or Skinny Bridge) built for just 2 people to go on at a time, today being wider, but still famous and beautifully lit at night. You can taste quality beer and see its production at IJ Brewery, or you can enjoy the Flower Market renowned throughout the Netherlands for its wide selection of tulips. You can watch the horses at one of the oldest riding schools in Europe - Hollandsche, or you can taste some goodies at the Saturday morning market in the north of the city. Whatever activity you choose, in Amsterdam you’ll have a lot of attractions designed to match every taste.
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