De Overtoom is a street in the western neighborhood of Amsterdam, between the Stadhouderskade and the Amstelveenseweg. From 1345 onwards, the new Overtoom was named the Heiligeweg, which contributed to the Miracle of Amsterdam. Heiligewegsevaart passed around the Heiligeweg, then renamed the Overtoomse Vaart. A section of Overtoom (near Vondelkerk) was briefly called Vondelkade. Before the end of the 19th century, the Overtoomseweg was situated in the town of Nieuwer-Amstel, which was later annexed to Amsterdam.
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De Overtoom is a street in Amsterdam's Vondelbuurt. The street is fairly busy, but you will still find a parking space at De Overtoom. The further you get to the middle of Amsterdam, the busier is The Overtoom.
P&R Bos en Lommer (Amsterdam West)
You can park at the Bos en Lommer car park in West Amsterdam for 96 hours. Submit to the P+R desk first. Entrance from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m Get out 24 hours a day. Take tram 7 or 14 to the middle (go out to Leidseplein or wherever you stay) or bus 15.
Directions: From A10 coming from the West: Exit S105, drive to S104. It comes from the North: exit S104 (Bos en Lommer).
P&R Sloterdijk (Amsterdam West)
P+R Sloterdijk is quite famous. If it is full, go to Bos en Lommer. You can take a train to Central Station (5 minutes away). Tram 12, bus 48 and metro 50 go to almost the whole city, but be cautious, because your ultimate destination is not Central Station, although it's easy to get lost. Don't take metro 51; it's going to take too long.
Directions: From A10, take exit S102 (Basisweg).