World Heritage Sites
Discover the nineteen splendid windmills that have been declared UNESCO world heritage.
You are guaranteed to have a special time when you go on vacation in an area listed as a World Heritage Site.
An architectonic highlight by Gerrit Rietveld.
The best of the iconic canals of Amsterdam.
World heritage De Beemster is a master class in wrestling land from the sea in the 17th century and tells the history of the Waterland area.
Visit this former island in Flevoland and discover its many monuments and archaeological treasures.
Unique architecture now on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
An oasis of tranquility at only 15 kilometers distance from Amsterdam.
2000 years ago the Roman Empire ruled parts of the Netherlands. See history preserved.
The world’s largest steam-driven pumping station.
The ship is built to withstand running aground on a sandbank. Experience the play of high and low tide on the ‘wad’ or tidal flat.
Discover the extraordinary villages in the open coastal landscape along the Wadden Sea.
Uncover the story of the Dutch agricultural colonies that were built to alleviate poverty.
The New Dutch Waterline is unique in the world, which is why it deserves a spot on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
Sail past the nineteen world-famous windmills in a quintessentially Dutch polder landscape.