Amsterdam’s Eastern Docklands: architectural secrets

created by Nik -a Belgian IT consultant, with a love for architecture and the city’s ‘islands’.

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This discovery route around the lesser-known area of Amsterdam’s East-side shows the beauty of modern city development and architecture. As you solve 10 riddles, you’ll learn about the history of this former harbour area and the architectural projects.
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10 riddles.
1,5 – 2,5 hours – also a great route to play while cycling.

Start front of the Lloyd Hotel, on the IJ side.
End on Cruquiuseiland.

Highlights: Former warehouses turned into modern apartments and offices. Javaeiland, Borneoeiland and Cruquiuseiland. The Whale (a building, not the animal). The Python Bridge.

Play anytime, 7 days a week.

 

You’ll receive an email with a link to your game. By tapping the play button your game magically opens in your phone’s browser. No downloads. Super easy.

If it rains, take a break and wait for some sunshine, you can continue where you left off, or share the email with your teammates in case you run out of battery.

 

We recommend playing in a team of 1-5 people.

 

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