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  Max Euwe Square in Amsterdam

Max Euwe Square 

Pleinin Amsterdam10 minutesfree
'Small square in center. Known for the large chess game.'
Small square near the Leidseplein. Number of terraces and shops. Big attraction is the large chess game, which you can play chess yourself.
- large chess game is crowd puller
- not much to do and see
Our review of Max Euwe Square

Known for the large chess game


The Max Euwe Square is located close to the Leidseplein. However, a bit hidden. The Max Euwe Square is known by the large chess game. Allows to play chess with big chess pieces on the square itself. You'll almost always see people in action with the chess game. The square is in fact named after Max Euwe. The only Dutch World Champion Chess. Hence the great chess game.

Nice in the sun


The architecture of the Max Euwe Square is quite modern. The square is not large and there are a number of shops and restaurants with terraces. Where many tourists are sitting. The whole is, in sunny weather, quite atmospheric. But there’s no need to make a special walk to the Square.
Facts of Max Euwe Square
Appreciation
  (Fair)      2/5
Category
Plein
Duration of visit
10 minutes
Language
Price
free
Degree of crowds
Child-friendliness
Amount of visitors
 no data
Opening days
always
Opening hours
always
Adress
Max Euweplein
City
Amsterdam
Telephone
Website
Copyright
TouristStar.com
  Max Euwe Square in Amsterdam
  Max Euwe Square in Amsterdam