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"Great Street , but to touristy"
Damrak is a great street not to far from the central station, but there are to many tourists and less people from Amsterdam.There are to many 'low...
Written by Snijdersphotographer, 2 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Central point"
It is in front of the Central Station. There are a lot of trams, buses you can use to reach almost eeverything in the city.
Written by 545medva, 2 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Our introduction to Amsterdam"
Walking out of Centraal Station arriving on the train from Paris, this stretch of road was our introduction to the dam. Surrounded with cafes lining the...
Written by JnVSydney, 2 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Queens birthday"
Best time to visit if you don't mind the crowds is for the queens birthday or orange day, great street and canal music, street stalls. My advise is to...
Written by Cheryl B, 2 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Very busy road with a few points of interest"
We found it very busy on a Friday afternoon. Lots of people. Dam Square at one end where the palace was hidden by gigantic, tall fun fair rides. At...
Written by Janet996, 2 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Amsterdam Main Street"
The Damrak is one of the main high streets in Amsterdam, which one cannot miss when traversing through the city. It extends from the Central station...
Written by nitsj76, 2 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Beautiful Amsterdam locale"
Damrak refers to the busy stretch of road extending from the main Amsterdam Centraal railway terminus to the happening Dam square. The view of the boats...
Written by kapurash, 2 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Town's backbone"
A wide street starting in the front of Amsterdam Centraal,the main railway station and ending in Dam Square.Alongside you can find some souvenir shops,the...
Written by zuv, 2 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Great"
In one direction from Dam Square you have this famous Street/Avenue/Area - visit either before or after Dam Square as you are there...
Written by Anaru M, 2 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Very busy area."
Damrak is a one of the busiest area's in Amsterdam and if your arriving by train the first district you will enter. The Damrak roughly stretches from...
Written by Neil K, 2 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Girls city break"
Amsterdam is a nice compact city with plenty to see and do. The Damrak is one of the main streets from Dam Square to the station. There are canal boat...
Written by Potatomama420, 2 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Nothing to write home about"
Damrak - as far as main streets go is pretty poor. When visiting Amsterdam it is good for a reference point but not much else. The shopping seems limited...
Written by Richard B, 2 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Ok,"
It is Amsterdam. I believe every part of it is beautiful.You can find many better places than Damrak, but it is ok, specially if you visit at night can...
Written by vehs, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Touristy and not the best part of town"
Yes this is the touristy part of town and there are much better places in Amsterdam to shop and spend time walking around.
Written by Corneliusfudge, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Busy thoroughfare"
Usually thronged with people passing through with boat tours on one side of the tram lines and cafe trying to entice you in on the other. Not much to look...
Written by UKDavidN, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Typically Tourist"
Mainly shops selling tourist tat and fast food outlets. There are much better places to shop, eat and drink. Inevitably crowded. You're bound to pass...
Written by Mike Arran, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Great way into the city!"
The Damrak is a hive of activity and has plenty of shops, bars and fast food restaurants. It's very busy but there's lot around including boat...
Written by seansutton217, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"People…traffic…trams….shopping!"
Our Amsterdam hotel was located on Damrak, close to the Dam Square. Consequently, we spent quite a deal of time walking up and down this major road. More...
Written by BigHugh51, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Peaceful and easy in the morning"
We had this walk at the very early hours of the morning after the sun rise. It was our very first encounter with Amsterdam. It was nice and easy,...
Written by Ahmed Saleh M, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Okay area"
Was nice walking in the area, lots to see and people watch. Very busy so would be careful with belongings. Our hotel was situated in Damrak, not too far...
Written by Husain K, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Loved Amsterdam."
We enjoyed spending some time here. To be honest, it was probably just the feel of the place, bikes whizzing past and the hustle and bustle. It was a...
Written by MattandCo, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"Was living for a three years in Amsterdam"
Nice area to chill a little bit noisy but almost all tourist passing by. If you want to eat some restaurants just there. Including the fast food. One more...
Written by 01Echo, 3 years ago on Tripadvisor
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"DAMRAK"
This was a main canal until it was filled in 1672, it is now a shopping street with bars and restaurants.When I visited Amsterdam in 2004 this street was...
Written by alyf1961, 5 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Damrak"
The Damrak, the main street in Amsterdam, is a partially filled in canal at the centre of Amsterdam, between Amsterdam Centraal railway station and Dam...
Written by Kuznetsov_Sergey, 6 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Zelf service so have it your way...?"
The McDonalds near the Dam Square was very clean with very good service. I have never seen these self-serve machines before so it's a bit of a novelty.
Written by steedappeal, 6 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Damrak"
Coming from the Amsterdam Central Station (train), you'll definitely walk along this wide street to get to the Dam Square. This street will be your first...
Written by June.b, 8 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Damrak street"
The Damrak is a wide avenue at the centre of Amsterdam, between Amsterdam Centraal railway station and Dam Square, running north-south. There are a lot of...
Written by spanishguy, 10 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Discovering Amsterdam"
Just take a ride and/or walk and discover the beautiful city of Amsterdam.It's a very charming city. I just had wished I discovered the place many years...
Written by Joseph69, 11 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Damrak - an avenue for tourists"
Damrak is a street full of restaurants, hotels and souvenir shops. If you are looking for souvernirs or just want to look around, Damrak is really fine....
Written by Airpunk, 13 years ago on Virtualtourist
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"Damrak"
Damrak is Amsterdam's central street - although it might not look like one!It's best feature is its openness and liveliness, as is the case with Amsterdam...
Written by aliante1981, 13 years ago on Virtualtourist
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