Two of the most famous tourist destination in the Netherlands are both located within thirty minutes of Rotterdam, making both locations an easy day trip so that you can enjoy both the city of Rotterdam, and the other surrounding areas.
Did you know that The Hague was home to the infamous painting, ‘Girl with a Pearl Earring’? Or that The Hague Market is one of the largest outdoor markets in Europe? These are just a couple of reasons why we think The Hague is well worth discovering.
During our recent stay in Rotterdam we discovered many wonderful sights to see in this wonderful city. Here’s our Best Things to do in Rotterdam Netherlands.
The Hague has a feel of power and strength in the air as you walk through the streets. A cocktail of modern and historical architecture scattered with the romance of canals.
Rotterdam had a completely different feel than all the other places we had visited in the Netherlands, with as many skyscrapers as old beautiful buildings. Enjoy our Rotterdam Photo Essay.
As The Hague is the perfect combination of tourist spot and off the beaten path destination, there are a number of museums here that will seem like old favorites, and others that will be entirely new. Here’s our rundown of the top 3 museums in The Hague.
Eindhoven is known for being quite the cutting edge place, but as it’s also one of the oldest places in the Netherlands, it has a decent mix of old and new to keep any traveler on their toes. Here’s our rundown of the top things to do in Eindhoven.
When you think of Amsterdam you think of canals. So what could be better than taking a Canal Cruise in Amsterdam?
When people think of European food their minds tend to drift towards pizza in Italy, cheese in France, or tapas in Spain, but one that is often overlooked is the Dutch Cuisine.
Finding the right museum that really resonates with you is always going to be a personal choice, but here are our Top 5 museums in Amsterdam that we think you really shouldn’t miss, several of which will give you an insight into authentic Dutch culture.