Walking routes in Amstelveen

Amstelveen is an ideal municipality for walking enthusiasts. Explore the parks, the Amsterdam Forest, the area along the Amstel river and the wide polders on foot. Enjoy the surrounding countryside or discover the city’s neighbourhoods, nature and the history of Amstelveen. On this page you will find beautiful walking routes in and around the municipality of Amstelveen.

Westwijk Neighbourhood Walk (4km)

Explore nature in the Westwijk neighbourhood. The walk starts and ends at Westwijkplein. The walk takes you past the most beautiful places in Westwijk and is suitable for wheelchair users as well as baby buggies.

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Randwijck Neighbourhood Walk (3.2km)

The Randwijck neighbourhood was built in the period from 1924 to about 1950. It is like a village within the city, with its own local amenities and plenty of greenery.

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Middenhoven Neighbourhood Walk

The neighbourhood gets its name from a farm called ‘Middenhoeve’, which still exists today. Mr. B.J.Galjaard designed the local park, including a separate community botanic garden.

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Elsrijk Neighbourhood Walk (2.5km)

The sprawling Elsrijk neighbourhood dates back to the 1930s and has lots of green space. The designer, Mr. C. P. Broerse, brought culture and nature together. Get outside and discover the neighbourhood for yourself.

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Bankras Kostverlorenhof Neighbourhood Walk (2.5km)

The neighbourhood was built in the 1960s and is known for the central water features that meander through the area from North to South. Look, smell and feel the outdoors! You'll find there's a lot to discover.

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Glass and Countryside walking routes - Collaboration between the municipalities of Aalsmeer, Amstelveen, Uithoorn and Haarlemmermeer