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Amsterdam, the dutch capital is surely famous for its canals, but also as a birthplace of important people such as Anne Frank, Rembrandt and Johan Cruyff and Anne Frank. The house on the Prinsengracht where she hid for more than two years every year attract a great number of visitors. Also, Amsterdam is well known for its architecture which arose in particular during the golden age and for its great museum such as the Van Gogh Museum, the Rijksmuseum and the Stedelijk.
The Hague is the third-largest city of our country and the residence of our king. Here you will find our government building Binnenhof with its Ridderzaal and beautiful museums such as the Mauritshuis, the Palace Museum and Panorama Mesdag. Also, visit the beautiful beach of Scheveningen with the Kurhaus and many fancy beach bars. Last but not least, view the Netherlands in miniature at the Madurodam.
Do you want to discover more about our country and the dutch heritage? Marken, Zaanse Schans, Volendam, Monnickendam, these beautiful villages and their traditional houses, windmills and warehouses surely worth a visit, so don’t miss this tour through the dutch countryside! Bike? Bus? Or do you feel like sailing? You decide, we Organize!
Rotterdam, known as the “Manhattan on the Maas” is famous for its stunning skyline and its notable architectures such as the Van Nelle Fabriek. In addition to the architecture you can also find great museums, like the Boijmans van Beuningen and the Kunsthal. In the city center you can visit the newest tourist attractions, the beautiful Market Hall and the Euromast. Rotterdam a city not to be missed!
The medieval city of Haarlem, one of the cutest destination of the Netherlands, is famous for its pleasant city centre where you will find a large variety of cafes and restaurants and the beautiful Grote Markt, a vast square located underneath the Grote Kerk. Other important attractions of the city are the Frans Hals Museum and Teylers Museum, Molen de Adriaan, and many beautiful Hofjes (enclosed courtyard gardens). Moreover, several surrounding cities such as the pretty Zandvoort surely worth a visit!
Leiden is an important university city with many beautiful treasures such as De Valk, a famous tower mill, wonderful canals like Rapenburg and the Grote Havenbrug, and the Moorsport. The city as a notable cultural heritage, in fact it is the birthplace of one of the world's most famous painters, Rembrandt. Moreover, there are many interesting places in the vicinity of Leiden, cities like Alphen aan de Rijk and Katwijk, and the Keukenhof gardens, which surely worth a visit!
Utrecht is one of the Netherlands' oldest urban centres and an attractive university city. With its stunning Dom Tower and many important tourist attractions such as the Spoorweg Museum, the Museum Catharijneconvent, the Nijntje Museum and the Rietveld House it is surely a destination that can’t be missed! Moreover, in the de Neude square you will find many cafés and in the fancy Voorstraat you will have the chance to visit many nice boutiques.