Muiden

Muiden is a pleasant town in the Netherlands of approximately 4000 people, on the shores of the IJmeer, at the mouth of the Vecht river. The town is known for its yacht harbor and for its historic castle, the Muiderslot. Its proximity to Amsterdam – it is just 12 km east of the city centre – makes it a good day trip for anyone looking to get out of the city.

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  • Bus 110 from Weesp railway station. Perhaps the fastest way to reach Muiden from Amsterdam is to take the train to Weesp station, and then bus 110. The bus stop is in front of the station, the service is roughly every hour, with a few 1/2 hour internals during rush hours. The ride to Muiden takes about 5 minutes. (updated Jul 2016)
  • Buses 320, 322 and 327 from Amsterdam Amstel station (direction Blaricum). These buses stop at the Muiden Park & Ride stop at the edge of the town. From there take a 10 min. walk to the town centre. Buses depart every half hour. Free Wi-Fi on the bus. (updated Jul 2016)

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