Amsterdam – Why it’s One of the Most Eco-Friendliest Places to Live or Visit. 

Even if you haven’t been to Amsterdam, its well known to be a cycling hubspot for locals and even tourists. Amsterdam’s preferred method of travelling has always been cycling or walking, and even if you’re looking for something a bit more adventurous – pedal boating through the canals is also another encouraged option for transport.

Amsterdam also provides local trams that run throughout the city – still producing a lower carbon footprint to cars.
The citizens of Amsterdam celebrate it’s locally harvested food as they believe it is a reflection of their culture and ethics. The majority of eateries in Amsterdam are all made with locally grown-fresh produce thus supporting local farmers and organic food and it’s hard to come by a food place without local produce!
De Ceuvel – is a next gen eco hipster scene in the North of Amsterdam. He states,
Amsterdam Markets – an eco friendly and touristic hustle bustle zone around the Jordaan district bringing together farmers markets, street food, boutique stalls and cafe’s serving delicious dutch waffles and coffee. Yummy! 🙂
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