The Netherlands is a robust country of culture, literature, and art in the northwestern part of Europe. This fascinating country is known for world-class museums, windmills, and the beautiful tulip fields. Seasons might change, but the Netherlands keeps its glamour and charm all year round. Moreover, the flat landscape of the country provides excellent biking trails to discover the Dutch debonair. The cutting edge architecture and culture greets in almost every building and corner of this country. Furthermore, the scenic beauty and colorful nature of the countryside tells how Rembrandt and Van Gogh painted the spectacular wonders. More than that, the electric capital city of Amsterdam and picturesque towns of Rotterdam and Hague captivate the expats. However, the kids can go berserk at Artis Royal Zoo and Hoge Veluwe National Park on Netherlands Holidays.
Not only canals, but the Netherlands also has wonderful beaches to hit on and Heineken factory to sip on.
The capital city of the Netherlands, Amsterdam has about 165 canals. Take a boat trip on these winding canals, to discover the amazing sites and wonderful landmarks. In fact, Amsterdam looks out of this world with glittering lights and reflections in the canal waters. One has to be in Amsterdam, to believe how beautiful the city’s architecture looks. Cycle around the city discovering the beautiful brick buildings and spectacular streetscape. Furthermore, the city greets the visitors with marvelous works of art at Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh museums. Here in these museums, there are works of great painters like Rembrandt, Frans Hals, Johannes Vermeer, Monet, Manet, and Matisse.
Moreover, the famous Anne Frank House embraces the infamous WWII past of mankind. And also, enjoy the breathtaking views of sunsets from the 7 Bridges. Finally, click amazing selfies and buy some beautiful souvenirs to bring back home on your Amsterdam City Breaks.
Located on the banks of Nieuwe Maas, Rotterdam is the second-largest city of the Netherlands. In fact, this Dutch city presents a great mix of old medieval charm as well as the modern vibrant life. Housing the world’s largest port, Rotterdam faced the brunt of German strikes during WWII. In spite of that, Rotterdam managed to rise as one of the most attractive modern cities in Europe. Today, Rotterdam looks stunning with great architecture, well planned residential districts, high rise buildings, and modern shopping streets. Head to the old harbor of this medieval city. Indeed, it is a great place to explore the restored historic boats with signs of age.
At a stone’s throw away, the Maritime Museum of Rotterdam explains the Netherlands connection with the sea and waterways. Especially, the restored 2000-year-old vessel is one of the most famous attractions in the museum. And also, this museum along with the adjoining Harbor Museum displays a great number of seafaring paintings.
International Court of Justice at the Haug
Housing the Government and the Royal Family, the Haug is the third-largest city of Netherlands. And also, it is home to many embassies and headquarters of several international organizations including the International Court of Justice. The Haug provides wide streets, pretty promenades, amazing art galleries, spectacular museums, and spacious squares. On Holidays in Netherlands, head to the Mauritshuis museum. Built-in 1641 in monumental style, this museum houses numerous masterpieces of medieval paintings. Here, one can explore the works of greats like Rembrandt, Vermeer, Jacob van Ruisdael, and Rogier van der Weyden. Placed in a specially made round building, Panorama Mesdag is a gigantic painting with 120 meters length and 14 meters height. In fact, it is the largest painting in the world that depicts the stunning coastal scene of Scheveningen.
Hoge Veluwe National Park
Apart from great cities and canals, the Netherlands also has wonderful national parks. Located between Apeldoorn and Arnhem, Hoge Veluwe National Park sprawls over 13,800 acres. Here, one can spot a wide range of species along with red and roe deer. And also, the heath on the dunes provides great experiences of bird watching. Furthermore, one can explore several exhibits in the sculpture park of this National Park.
Pretty Marken Village
Located at Ijsselmeer Lake, the village of Marken is the prettiest spot to visit in the Netherlands. Indeed, this is a great spot to take picture-perfect images back home. The painted wooden houses and the fishing boats in this village look amazingly stunning. And also, the people dress peculiarly during the festivals in summers. Finally, this village is a fantastic place to learn traditional crafts like clog making.
The Miniature Netherlands at Madurodam
If one wants to explore the Netherlands at a glance, head to Madurodam in The Hague. Here, there is a miniature version of the Netherlands with its top attractions, landmarks, and windmills. And also, this miniature city exhibits mini harbor, airport and railway station to the visitors.
Windmills of Netherlands
The Netherlands is also known as the land of windmills. Standing on the scenic location of River Noord, the windmills at the village of Kinderdijk date back to the 1720s and 60s. And this UNESCO designated world heritage site is a great place to experience the glory of the past on holidays.
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