Things to do
Pieterburen Seal SanctuaryAdd to itinerary
Learn all there is to know about seals and discover how they are cared forRead more
Eating & drinking
Groningen is the biggest university city in the north of Holland. There are countless bars, terraces and great restaurants, from traditional to cozy. Since it is on the coast of the Wadden Sea, many eateries serve delicacies from the sea.
Where to stay
Hotel Miss Blanche Suites & ApartmentsAdd to itinerary
Hotel Miss Blanche is located in a monumental building in the centre of Groningen and offers modern and spacious apartments as well as suites.View the offer
Hotel Corps de Garde starting from €99,50 p.n.Add to itinerary
Corps De Garde is located in a monumental building at the characteristic Groningen canal, 500 m away from the Grote Markt Square.Read more
Groningen is a lively city in the north of Holland, which offers plenty of culture, for instance at the Groninger Museum, a range of events like Noorderzon and Eurosonic Noorderslag, countless great shops for a wonderful shopping spree, and excellent restaurants. The city’s eye catcher is the Martini Tower on Grote Markt square, which offers a fantastic view of the sprawling city.
Groningen’s beautiful coastline
If you love peace, quiet and nature, the province of Groningen is a wonderful destination. Explore its beautiful coastline and the varied flora and fauna in the oldest cultural landscape in Holland: Middag-Humsterland National Landscape. Bird lovers will have much to see at Lauwersmeer National Park with its huge variation of birds. Don't hesitate to further explore the province of Groningen.
Where is what?
Transport in Groningen
By public transport
Groningen has an international airport: Groningen Airport Eelde. From here, it is just a 20 minute ride by shuttle bus to the city center. The railway trip from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol to Groningen takes 2 hours.
If you are coming by car, make sure to seek out information about parking in Groningen.
Transport in Holland
Distances within Holland are easily bridged. Any location you might want to visit can be reached within three hours. The train, bus and tram will taken you pretty much anywhere you want to go. You can also explore Holland by bicycle. With over 32,000 kilometers worth of bicycle paths, Holland is a real cycling country with many fantastic cycling routes.