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Urban Campsite Amsterdam
If you're looking for something extra unique and memorable in your stay, try the Urban Campsite in Amsterdam. Not only does it provide one of the most unique sleeping experiences in the city, but it's also highly recommended by most travellers. For anyone tired of the same old camping holidays, this is the perfect solution.
What is the Urban Campsite?
The Urban Campsite in Amsterdam is a truly unique experience. Instead of staying in run of the mill hotel rooms or pitching your tent in a field, the site offers occupants a chance to stay in a hanging dome - much like a floating tree house.
Campers are suspended in the air in their sleeping dome, part of an artistic project in Amsterdam. The Viegenbos Site offers a range of accomodations, from their classic floating dome to floating capsules with a fold out garden. Campers can do away with their tents and sleep in award winning works of art of their choice.
Not only is Viegenbos Site providing a space to camp, they're also completing the atmosphere with open air movies, dining experiences, outdoor theatre and even photograph exhibitions.
Depending on the type of accomodation you're looking for, you could spend anything beteen 15 to 70 euros per night to sleep in one of these works of art. For travellers looking for that undeniable energy and vibe, Viegenbos Site is the perfect spot. It's also a very popular area for art buffs and travellers looking to really delve into the art scene in Amsterdam, where this site merges sleeping and contemporary art together in one happy medium.
How do I book?
The Urban Campsite is in Amsterdam, Meeuwenlaan 138. You can contact them by phone on +31 (0) 20-6368855, e-mail the site at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website for more information, booking and more contact details at vliegenbos.nl. Currently, the site is running from September 2011 to August 2013.