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What to do in Amsterdam: Kermis

Amsterdam is one of the most visited cities in Europe, which allows tourists to enjoy their stay for a few days. However; living in Amsterdam may be a challenge for foreigners who have already done the touristy areas of the Dutch capital. Dam Square is often busy due to several fun fairs that are hold there during the year. To view all photos in this gallery, click the image and navigate using the arrows

Illuminated by a multitude of lights reflected by the water of Centraal Station’s canals, the Kermis fun fair has returned to the Dam Square. Twice a year, the attractions and food stands are installed, giving a special vibe during the fall season.

You have the chance to see the city from the skyline or eat a freshly made waffle with Nutella in the Dam Square until October 29th.

Photos: Isabel Bonnet

Isabel Bonnet
Isabel Bonnet is a 20-year-old first-year student and a passionate photographer, which is why she’ll be a Medium photographer this year. French and Venezuelan, she has lived in five countries around the world and currently speak four languages. She studied journalism and worked as a photo editor in a newspaper for two years in Florida, but decided she needed to come back to her European roots! When she’s not behind her camera or on a plane, she falls on the floor or do all sorts of clumsy things. She hopes to find the path to success in Amsterdam alongside the Medium Magazine team!

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