Although considered a small country, there’s many places worth a visit in the Netherlands. In this article I’ve laid out some of the best places for you. Hopefully it will ...Read More »
During a 50-year project in the 17th century Amsterdam grew to four times its previous size, becoming the 3rd largest city in the world after London and Paris. Central to ...Read More »
The Netherlands is home to a vast assortment of different attractions, including amusement parks, water parks, ski resorts, museums, zoos, and even miniature cities, among others. Needless to say, there ...Read More »
The Netherlands has had some pretty impressive castles throughout history. Many of these medieval castles have not survived, but luckily there are still some beautiful castles still worth a visit. ...Read More »
Amsterdam is beautiful and loved by many professional and amateur photographers, so there’s many pictures floating around on the internet… not all of them are gems, but most are certainly ...Read More »
Spring is a lovely time to visit the Netherlands! The days are getting longer, the flowers make for beautiful sights and you can sit and enjoy a beer outside until ...Read More »
In The Netherlands we drive on the right side of the road unlike for example the UK where they drive on the left side of the road. If you are ...Read More »
The flag of the Netherlands consists of three horizontal striped colors: red, white and blue. These have been the official colors since the 19th of February of 1937 when Queen ...Read More »
欧洲韩国tvvivodes老师Welcome to Netherlands Tourism, a blog completely dedicated to the Netherlands, or Holland as many often (wrongly) use to refer to the country. I'm sure that browsing this site will help you plan your holiday in the country of tulips, windmills, clogs and pea soup. I'll even teach you some more about the rich history and the culture of the Dutch.
欧洲韩国tvvivodes老师The Netherlands is located in Europe, in Western Europe to be exact, and borders to Germany in the East and Belgium in the South. The northern and western part of the country border the North Sea, which means the country has a large coastal area where you'll find beautiful beaches, boulevards and lots of tourism.
If you look at the map above you'll notice there are some islands in the North, these islands are called the Wadden Islands. The five most western islands belong to the Netherlands, the ones to the east to Germany. These islands are very popular with as well Dutch as foreign tourists.