The Molen de Adriaan is a smocked windmill situated in the heart of Haarlem on the picturesque river Spaarne. It was initially built in 1778 and was recently rebuilt after fire damage in 1932. In …Read More
Sitting right in the heart of the historic city of Maastricht in the Netherlands, this 700-year-old church has been both a pilgrimage as well as a storage place for ages. As a Catholic church in t…Read More
Amsterdam’s Flower Market is a renowned icon on the Singel canal, at the heart of the city’s UNESCO-listed Canal Ring. Flower market The Amsterdam Flower Market is the only floating fl…Read More
The Singel is part of Amsterdam’s Canal Belt and runs parallel to the Herengracht canal. There are a total of 11 bridges connecting both sides of the canal. The Amsterdam Canal District repr…Read More
De Hortus Botanicus is located just east of Amsterdam centre and is one of the oldest botanical gardens in the world.
Established in 1638, Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam ranks as one of the ea…Read More
The beautifully spacious Sloterplas is a park in Amsterdam’s Nieuw West with a large lake (Sloterplas) in the middle is Amsterdam’s biggest landscape park is three times bigger than Ce…Read More
The "former" island of Marken is settled on the Markermeer lake and is attached to the mainland today via a 1.6 km long embankment, which you can cross by car, bicycle or on foot.
Marken w…Read More
The Oude Kerk is the oldest and for centuries was the most important church in Amsterdam.
Originally built in the 13th century out of wood but at the end of 13th century rebuilt to a stone…Read More
Just around the corner from the bustling Albert Cuyp Market, the Sarphatipark is a green oasis in the heart of the city with a pond, fountain and enclosed playground.
This small park is th…Read More
One of the most interesting neighborhoods in old Amsterdam, and most certainly one or the areas you will come to your mind when you mention the city.
In the 17th century, the richest merch…Read More
A visit to Amsterdam is incomplete without a visit to Torensluis, the oldest preserved bridge in Amsterdam.
The Torensluis (tower lock) looks like an excessively wide bridge over the Singe…Read More
Vondelpark Vondelpark is the largest city park in Amsterdam, and certainly the most famous park in the Netherlands, which welcomes about 10 million visitors every year.
The Vondelpark is l…Read More
Over the decades the flat expanse of the Haarlemmermeer polder became one of the most densely populated areas of the country, and the noise produced by the airport became an annoying problem for t…Read More
The island of Schiermonnikoog can be reached by ferry, which departs from Lauwersoog on the border between Friesland and Groningen. You are not allowed to bring a car, motorcycle or moped to Schie…Read More
A fine mix of contemporary designs and the late-medieval architecture, Kruisherenhotel, in the North West of Maastricht Netherlands is a masterpiece of modern-day hospitality. This sixty-room buil…Read More
This place is one former municipality in the province of Zuid, Holland. It lies some kilometers distance up from the Papendrecht while being a part of Graafstroom municipality since 1986.
Amsterdam’s First Protestant Church Zuiderkerk, Southern Church, is a Protestant church located in the Nieuwmarkt region of Amsterdam. The church was not only a major part of Rembrandt&rsquo…Read More
Explore the magic of the Dutch spring in these exquisite flower displays at the Keukenhof Garden.
Located the southern edge of Amsterdam, Great place to walk and picnic. It's a must …Read More
The Rotterdam cubic houses are magnificent and curious with a wonder. They were constructed in the 1970s by Piet Blom. As a result of the dilemma of building homes, Blom came up with this plan of …Read More
The Blauwbrug is a historic bridge in Amsterdam spanning the river Amstel and connecting the Rembrandtplein and Waterlooplein areas. Blauwbrug is one of the most richly decorated bridges in Amster…Read More
Like creatures from outer space who have lost their way to Earth and curiously turn their heads around, they look like the "Bolwoningen" in the Netherlands.
In the village of’s-Hertogenbosc…Read More
Located in Amsterdam West, Rembrandtpark is an ideal place to sit out in the sun and enjoy a picnic.
The park is a green oasis with ponds, playgrounds and walking and biking paths. It&rsqu…Read More
Regularly voted Amsterdam's most charming street, this incredible canal at the northern border of the Jordaan is lined with residences and former warehouses for the brewers, fish processors, and t…Read More
It's so quiet, so different and so simple that it seems to be hardly real–sliding through small canals past old, but beautiful townhouses. It's so peaceful. You can take a "side street" (another s…Read More
Located between two gentle canals in the heart of the city, Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam boasts a rich history; from a 15th-century convent to royal lodgings to Dutch Admiralty headquarters …Read More
The lakes just south of Amsterdam are perfect for day recreation on a sunny day.
A great place to visit if you want to swim, go on a picnic, play outdoor games or just enjoy the day.…Read More