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.
Tradition and innovation intertwine here: artistic masterpieces, windmills, tulips and candlelit cafés coexist with groundbreaking architecture, cutting-edge design and phenomenal nightlife.
Geography plays a key role in the Netherlands' iconic landscapes. More than half the pancake-flat country is below sea level, and 20% has been reclaimed from the sea, making rows of polders (areas of drained land) omnipresent. Uninterrupted North Sea winds have powered windmills since the 13th century, pumping water over the dykes, and milling flour and more. Some two-thirds of the surface is devoted to agriculture, including fields of tulips.
The legacies of Dutch Masters such as Rembrandt, Vermeer, Van Gogh, Frans Hals, Hieronymus Bosch, Piet Mondrian and MC Escher hang on the walls of the Netherlands' world-renowned museums, along with contemporary Dutch works.
The Dutch influence on construction spans more than a millennia, from Romanesque and Gothic medieval magnum opuses to Dutch Renaissance creations, revolutionary, Golden Age gabled houses and engineering endeavours including canals, neoclassicism, Berlage and the Amsterdam School, Functionalism, modernism, structuralism, neo-rationalism, postmodernism and neo-modernism, with trailblazing structures making their mark on the cityscapes.
Amsterdam, capital city of the Netherlands and located in the province North Holland, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world and considered among the alpha world cities. With tourists attractions like the Anne Frank house, the van Gogh Museum and the wonderful canals and architecture you are definitely in for a holiday to remember. Amsterdam is one of the most popular and well known cities in the world and attracts millions of visitors each year. There’s so much things to do and see in Amsterdam that it might be difficult to make a choice in what attractions and activities are the best to visit.
City walk – be sure to take at least one of the city walks I’ve laid out or go search for some other great walks that are set out in the city. This way you’ll be sure to cover a large interesting area of the city! The city is an attraction and sight on its own, so take your time to walk around and be impressed by the beautiful canals, architecture and experience the unique vibe of the city… and best of all, it’s free.
Visit a few museums – Did you know that Amsterdam has more museums per square metre than any other city in the world? The most visited and probably the pride of cultural Amsterdam is the Rijksmuseum, a must visit museum! Other popular museums are the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum and the Anne Frank House. Be sure to visit the Museum District.
Experience the multicultural society – Be sure to visit some of the many cafes and bars in Amsterdam (many are located around the Leidseplein and the Rembrandtplein) and interact with other tourists and locals. What better way to learn about the world and Amsterdam than by interacting with locals and other tourists.
Stroll through the Vondelpark – The Vondelpark is the most famous and most visited park of the Netherlands and is located a bit outside the canal rings of Amsterdam (easily to get to by foot).
Maastricht developed from a Roman settlement to a Medieval religious centre, a garrison town and an early industrial city. Today, Maastricht is well-regarded as an affluent cultural center. Explore the canals, walk through the inner city and eat one of Limurg’s famous pies. Or maybe have a look inside the Saint Peter’s Church or visit the limestone mines, Maastricht has a lot to offer. There is plenty to see and do and lots of great architecture and, given its close proximity to Belgium and Germany, a great multicultural atmosphere. Its claim to be the oldest city in Holland is reflected in the wonderful buildings and squares that go to make up the streets of this fascinating city.
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