Netherlands Travel Guide

Netherlands Travel Guide

There are so many thrilling sites to visit in the Netherlands. It offers its tourists numerous classic windmills, beautiful fields of flowers, historic town centers laden with museums and other impressive sights.

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The center of the tulip bulb-growing district, Haarlem is dubbed as Bloemenstad. Haarlem is a picturesque medieval city which possesses numerous beautiful views to witness. The quite bedroom community lies along the shoreline of Spaarne River and boasts numerous medieval structures around the town. Tourists usually prefer here walking along with enjoying doing shopping from the shopping streets and exploring the beautiful gardens of the hidden courtyards. Franz Hal Museum and Teylers Museum are among the popular museums of the country. One of the finest coffee spots of the Netherland named “By Lima” offers you the finest cup of coffee in a comfortable atmosphere. The city center is quite small and everything can be explored on foot.

To witness the typical Dutch architecture and heritage, the best place to visit is Gouda. This typical Dutch city is a popular tourist destination for day-trippers and it fascinates its tourists with beautiful old buildings and pretty canals. Moreover, the city is also famous for its cheese, strop waffles, candles, and clay pipes. 15th-century town hall and amazing glass windows in St. Janskerk are the famous attractions of this easily accessible city. 

Rotterdam – the fishing village of the 13th century is now the most modern city of Netherlands which offers several historic districts as well, to its tourists to explore. Out of which the Delfshaven district is the most important one. Summertime festivals and carnivals attract visitors from nearby European countries every year. Erasmus bridge is an iconic landmark and regarded as the work of art. Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen is a highly recommended place for the arts-enthusiasts. It is a place where Rembrandt, Van Gosh, and Bosch are still alive as it offers artworks spanning from the middle age to modern times.  

Hague is one of the most extraordinary places to visit in the Netherlands also known as the Royal city by the sea due to its Dutch Royalty citizens. Visitors can explore several notable monuments in the city and can peruse luxury stores and international art galleries with ease. Important places to visit in Hague include the Binnenhof, the miniature city, Madurodam, and the Scheveningen Sea.

Another quite popular city one must not miss to visit in Utrecht. The city is known for its unique architecture and its beautiful candles. This city offers you a great experience to explore the city onboard a boat along with some very good Dutch beers or wines. 

Kasteel De Haar is a famous tourist destination; surrounded by forests this medieval castle gives a splendid fairy tale feeling. The interior, exterior and the gardens of this castle are worth visiting. Another amusing place to visit is Efteling; a fairy tale themed amusement park for all ages.