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Things to see in Netherlands

Netherlands Attractions


Time is a multi-layered luxury in the Netherlands, where centuries-old windmills and visionary architecture accent the famously flat landscape, pushing and pulling the imagination in delightful ways. Visitors can look backwards at Golden Age art, or glimpse the future through cutting-edge design with equal ease.

Amsterdam dominates the tourism scene, though cities such as Delft and Rotterdam have undeniable appeal. The Red Light District, world-class museums, marijuana 'coffeeshops' and lovely natural landscapes are all part of the experience. History-buffs, culture-lovers and pleasure-seekers will all enjoy their stay in the country.



Amsterdam Canal Tour

Amsterdam's canal tours are an essential experience for visitors. The UNESCO-listed features were crucial to the city's…

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Amsterdam Coffeeshops

Coffeeshops are one of Amsterdam's most iconic features. They openly sell cannabis and welcome their patrons to smoke…

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Anne Frank House

This museum is dedicated to the memory of Anne Frank, whose famous diary describes the experiences of a Jewish teenager…

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Heineken Experience

As one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Netherlands, the Heineken Experience is not to be missed. Housed…

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Keukenhof

Keukenhof is one of the country's top attractions and the best reason to visit in the spring. The huge garden is home…

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National Maritime Museum

Het Scheepvaartmuseum (the National Maritime Museum) gives visitors a glimpse into the country's seafaring past. The…

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Red Light District (De Wallen)

No trip to Amsterdam would be complete without a stroll around the Red Light District (De Wallen). The area's prostitutes…

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Rembrandt House

The museum provides insight into the life and times of the famous Dutch master, who lived in this house between 1639…

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Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art

The Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art closely traces art-world developments that took place in the second half of the 20th…

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The Dutch Resistance Museum (Verzetsmuseum)

Nazi Germany occupied the Netherlands between May 1940 and May 1945. The museum covers how the invasion affected the…

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The Rijksmuseum

The Rijksmuseum opened in 1885 and is best known for its collection of 17th-century Dutch Masters, such as Rembrandt,…

read more


Van Gogh Museum

The Van Gogh Museum is a definitive tourist attraction in Amsterdam. Situated in a modern building, the simple architecture…

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Things to see in Netherlands

Netherlands Attractions


Time is a multi-layered luxury in the Netherlands, where centuries-old windmills and visionary architecture accent the famously flat landscape, pushing and pulling the imagination in delightful ways. Visitors can look backwards at Golden Age art, or glimpse the future through cutting-edge design with equal ease.

Amsterdam dominates the tourism scene, though cities such as Delft and Rotterdam have undeniable appeal. The Red Light District, world-class museums, marijuana 'coffeeshops' and lovely natural landscapes are all part of the experience. History-buffs, culture-lovers and pleasure-seekers will all enjoy their stay in the country.



Amsterdam Canal Tour

Amsterdam's canal tours are an essential experience for visitors. The UNESCO-listed features were crucial to the city's…

read more


Amsterdam Coffeeshops

Coffeeshops are one of Amsterdam's most iconic features. They openly sell cannabis and welcome their patrons to smoke…

read more


Anne Frank House

This museum is dedicated to the memory of Anne Frank, whose famous diary describes the experiences of a Jewish teenager…

read more


Heineken Experience

As one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Netherlands, the Heineken Experience is not to be missed. Housed…

read more


Keukenhof

Keukenhof is one of the country's top attractions and the best reason to visit in the spring. The huge garden is home…

read more


National Maritime Museum

Het Scheepvaartmuseum (the National Maritime Museum) gives visitors a glimpse into the country's seafaring past. The…

read more


Red Light District (De Wallen)

No trip to Amsterdam would be complete without a stroll around the Red Light District (De Wallen). The area's prostitutes…

read more


Rembrandt House

The museum provides insight into the life and times of the famous Dutch master, who lived in this house between 1639…

read more


Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art

The Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art closely traces art-world developments that took place in the second half of the 20th…

read more


The Dutch Resistance Museum (Verzetsmuseum)

Nazi Germany occupied the Netherlands between May 1940 and May 1945. The museum covers how the invasion affected the…

read more


The Rijksmuseum

The Rijksmuseum opened in 1885 and is best known for its collection of 17th-century Dutch Masters, such as Rembrandt,…

read more


Van Gogh Museum

The Van Gogh Museum is a definitive tourist attraction in Amsterdam. Situated in a modern building, the simple architecture…

read more