Famous Dutch icons
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Canals of Leiden
After Amsterdam, Leiden is the city with the greatest number of bridges, canals and moats. Discover Leiden from the water.Read more
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Why the Van Nelle factory is quintessentially Dutch
Visit the Van Nelle factory, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and icon of Dutch modernism.Read about the Van Nelle factory
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Visit the Martinitoren and climb the tower with its fabulous view of Groningen.Read more
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Become a part of the Dutch political life.Read more
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Architecture in Rotterdam
Rotterdam is the architecture capital of Holland. The city boasts daring structures and has a skyline, which earned it the title ‘Manhattan on the Meuse’.Read more
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Saint John’s Cathedral
Saint John’s, literally and figuratively an architectural highlight.Read more
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Basilica of St. Servatius
A historical church dedicated to Saint Servatius, The grave of the saint, as well as the many relics in the church treasury made the basilica a popular pilgrimage site.Read more
Het Loo Palace
A majestic palace with fantastic gardens.Read more
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5000 year old passage graves in Drenthe.Read more
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A palace built on dreams.Read more
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Drive along the 32 km Afsluitdijk between fresh and saltwater from North Holland to Friesland. Discover more about this dike and causeway.Read more
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Take in the remarkable sight of the Erasmus Bridge and explore its surroundings in Rotterdam.Read more
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The Maeslantkering storm surge barrier
See the Maeslantkering flood barrier: a unique part of the Delta Works.Read more
Read all about Dutch tulips here. When do they flower and where can you see the most beautiful tulips? Read all about Keukenhof as well.
Read all about Dutch windmills here. Which mills can you visit? Check out photos of the best windmills in Holland.
Discover everything about Dutch cheese. Visit the cheese markets and read more about the types and history of cheese.
Clogs are typically Dutch. Bring them home as a souvenir or visit a traditional clog maker.
Discover everything about the famous Delft Blue pottery. Where is it made, what is its history, and where can you buy it?
The canals of Holland are in one word beautiful. If you visit Holland you should tour the canals of Amsterdam. Learn more about the canals of Holland.
From Rembrandt van Rijn to Rem Koolhaas. Discover the Dutch masters, both old and modern.
We offer up to 7 reasons why cycling is the perfect way to explore Holland.
Eleven Cities Tour
The biggest ice-skating tour in the world. The first Elfstedentocht took place in 1909 and has been held 15 times in total.
Sweet and savory snacks: bon appétit!
Bitterballen, stroopwafels and other typically Dutch foods. Discover our top 5 and eat like a local.Read more
Tasting beer and jenever: the best tips
Discover the history of these traditional and typically Dutch drinks.Read more
14 hidden gems for your bucket list
You love traveling and want to get off the beaten track? Discover our selection of hotspots in the Netherlands that will definitely surprise you.
Discover The Netherlands in every season
Planning a holiday in The Netherlands? These are the holiday tips for spring, summer, autumn and winter in The Netherlands.