Zaanse Schans is popular for its windmills. Thanks to its proximity to Amsterdam, it makes a great daytrip. Here’s all you need to know to plan your trip.
Adding to the Netherlands’ rich history is the participation of various cities in the Hanseatic League. Find out the Hanzesteden (Hanseatic Dutch cities) that were part of this medieval collaboration to prevent piracy and promote maritime trade.
Texel island is a beach paradise, nature destination, marine hotspot, and water sports go-to place all rolled into one. It’s amazing landscape offers plenty of walking and biking routes as well.
The Tulpenroute (Tulip Route) is an amazing way to view acres of tulips farms in full bloom. Depending on the route you take, you can walk, bike, driver, or even sail through tulip farms.
The Veluwe is a massive and magical nature reserve. If lush forests, sand dunes, heathlands, and exotic flora and fauna are your thing, then the Veluwe region is a must visit.
Zandvoort aan Zee is one of the most famous seaside resorts in the Netherlands, mainly thanks to its proximity to Amsterdam and Haarlem.
Scheveningen is one of the most famous seaside resorts in the Netherlands. Let us introduce you to the best beaches in Scheveningen and further things to do in the area.
Amsterdam offers countless sights and attractions for all types of travelers. From world famous museums and monuments to iconic canals – there is a lot to see in Amsterdam. These are our top 10 recommendations for a weekend (or more) in Amsterdam.
Amsterdam is one of the most popular destinations in Europe. In addition to its world famous sights, there are a lot of unique activities in Amsterdam. Here are 7 activities in Amsterdam beyond the museums.
Giethoorn is a car-free water town surrounded by canals, traditional farming houses and beautiful nature. These are our recommendations for your trip to Giethoorn.