Travel Trade: Key Topics & “Holland Stories“ -
Museum MORE & Kasteel Ruurlo
Museum MORE & Kasteel Ruurlo
Photo: © Museum MORE / Kasteel Ruurlo

Holland Stories

The Netherlands boast countless stories that tell you more about the country’s rich history, culture, and hidden gems just waiting to be discovered. The Golden Age and Van Gogh are popular examples, but flowers and water are also intimately interwoven with our nation. Royal Holland, castles and country houses attract many visitors as does the World War II focused Liberation Route. Use Holland Stories to inspire your clients and shape their itineraries. The stories will guide them through the entire country – short distances make for quick and easy travelling around the Netherlands. An exciting mix of various experiences is guaranteed and will help create unforgettable memories.

Tell your guests about our stories


Hansa Towns

Discover more about the Hansa towns of Holland.

Land of Water

Land of Water

No less than 26 per cent of our country lies below sea level. See and experience how we manage and enjoy our water in a variety of places.


Holland’s castles and country houses

Come face to face with history and grandeur in Holland’s castles and country houses.

Liberation Route

Liberation Route

Discover this historic Memorial Route that links up the most important milestones during the advance of the allies.



Admire the famous Dutch flowers in the fields, at the floating flower market or at the flower parades.

Dutch cuisine

Dutch Food and Cuisine

Taste and discover the pure, delicious and honest cuisine of Holland.

Van Gogh

In the footsteps of Van Gogh

Visit the most beautiful Van Gogh locations and learn everything there is to learn about the life and works of one of the most famous artists of all time.

Golden Age

The Dutch Golden Age

The Dutch Golden Age (17th century) was a period of tremendous wealth for the Dutch Republic.


Royal Holland

Read all about the House of Orange-Nassau.


Mondrian & De Stijl

De Stijl was founded in 1917. Important members of De Stijl were Theo van Doesburg, Piet Mondriaan, Bart van der Leck, J.J.P. Oud, and Gerrit Rietveld. Learn everything about this art movement.