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Netherlands destination Guide

The Netherlands, best-known as the flat country, is famous for its high number of land below sea level. It offers a beguiling blend of rural, traditional beauty and vibrant culture. It’s also a very bucolic country full of national parks, colourful tulip fields, sheep-patrolled polders, windmills and much more. The country is truly a water world: canals, coast and lakes are never far from view. All those highlights will make you experience the best nature getaway in the Netherlands.


Holland is a deeply cosmopolitan place where museums overflow with paintings from its Golden Age. The country brings travellers from across the world mostly because it has produced many of the world’s most famous artists from Rembrandt and Vermeer in the 17th century to Van Gogh in the 19th and Mondrian in the 20th. The cultural heritage of The Netherlands is endless.

The mesmerising beauty of Dutch cities is very much worth to visit. That includes Amsterdam and its canals, Utrecht and its gastronomy and Rotterdam and its great architectures. Whatever you are looking for, the jewel of Europe will satisfy every single person.


The Netherlands has its very own gastronomy. Here are four recommended restaurants where you will taste the best delicacies.

  1. Stadskasteel Oudaen (Utrecht) – Enjoy fine dining for breakfast, lunch or dinner at Stadskasteel Oudaen in Utrecht.
  2. Polman’s (Utrecht) – Wonderful restaurant where French and Italian flavours dominate the menu and the extensive wine list.
  3. In de Waag (Amsterdam) – Ideal restaurant-café, for a lunch or dinner in Amsterdam, housed in a monumental structure built in 1488.
  4. Bagels Beans (Utrecht) – Join the crowds for to try the most delicious bagels with all the usual toppings, plus some new-fangled ones.

The Netherlands has a wealth of cultural attractions as interesting as each other. Here are four recommended things to visit while travelling in that beautiful country.

  1. Van Gogh Museum (Amsterdam) – The largest Van Gogh collection in the world makes a visit in that museum, a unique experience.
  2. Het Binnenhof (The Hague) – Throughout the ages these buildings, with a rich history, have been the centre of the politics in Netherlands.
  3. Saint-John’s (Gouda) – Large Gothic church dedicated to John the Baptist, the patron Saint of Gouda, and known especially for its stained glass windows.
  4. Anne Frank House (Amsterdam)- Place where Anne Frank wrote her world-famous diary while in hiding in occupied Holland.

The Netherlands offers lots of outdoors activities in amazing landscapes. Here are four recommended activities to experience in The Netherlands.

  1. Wadden Islands - Visit those five islands where you will find quiet and open spaces, beaches and dunes, marvellous flora and fauna.
  2. Vondelpark (Amsterdam) – Largest city park in Amsterdam and popular place to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities.
  3. Albert Cuyp street market (Amsterdam) – Holland's most popular street market where you can find fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers and plants.
  4. Canal tour (Groningen) – Tours of the city's largest canals take approximately 60 minutes and leave from in front of the train station anywhere between one and six times daily, depending on the season.

Amsterdam, The Netherlands