Traditional Dutch icons
There once was a flower that was unable to settle down anywhere. From the mountains in Kazakhstan, the flower bulb wandered about in Persia, China and Turkey.
The first windmills were invented in antiquity, but it was the Dutch who really hit it off with this wooden giant.
The Dutch are cheese-heads. Archeological digs have proven that cheese was already being made on Dutch soil thousands of years ago.
Clogs are typically Dutch. Bring them home as a souvenir or visit a traditional clog maker.
Delft Blue is the world-famous earthenware that has been produced in the city of Delft since the 16th century.
Discover Holland from a different perspective and take a cruise through the canals.
From Rembrandt van Rijn to Rem Koolhaas. Discover the Dutch masters, both old and modern.
We offer up to 10 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