The Netherlands

Fields of tulips and modern cities

The Netherlands is best known for its tulips, wooden shoes and cheese but it has so much more to offer. Explore the many cities and villages with quaint houses and picturesque canals, or admire the Dutch masters in the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh museum. But it is not just its history that’s exciting. This modern country also has a lot to offer when it comes to start-ups, healthy living, sustainability and modern architecture.


Historic and eclectic

Amsterdam is small in size and therefore ideal to be explored by bike. It has a rich history, with its 17th century canals, museums full of masterpieces and unique architecture. It is a bustling city, where being different is celebrated and the atmosphere is eclectic and gezellig (which means something like cozy). The city has many fabulous restaurants and bars to explore and an exciting nightlife.
A classical house near the channels in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Classic windmill at dusk in Kinderdijk, Netherlands

The countryside

The must sees in Holland

The Dutch countryside is definitely worth exploring. Besides the impressive amounts of windmills, the Dutch have many interesting traditions which you can experience: visit a tulip farm in spring to see a mindblowing display of colours or visit a cheese farm and learn about how Dutch cheese is made. You can find out how wooden shoes are made, or visit one of the seaside towns like Marken or Volendam.


The Port City

Rotterdam is the Port City of the Netherlands and it is a city that thrives on innovation. After being bombed in the second world war it has built itself from the ground up, which has resulted in an exciting, modern and innovative urban design. Explore the city’s architecture, visit one of the top notch museums, or go for a drink or a meal in the bustling city center. Rotterdam will surely not disappoint.
Unique architecture of the Cube Houses, Rotterdam
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