Netherlands Points of Interest and Places to Visit

Netherlands

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Keukenhof Gardens

4.5 star rating: Recommended 609 Reviews

With 7 million flower bulbs planted every year across 79 acres (32 hectares), Keukenhof Gardens is a colorful sea of 800 varieties of tulips and other spring ...  Read more

Amsterdam Canal Ring

4.5 star rating: Recommended 573 Reviews

Amsterdam’s Canal Ring (Grachtengordel), the city’s charming 17th-century district and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is probably best known for the ...  Read more

Heineken Experience

4.5 star rating: Recommended 288 Reviews

A visit to the old brewery at the Heineken Experience is a must-see for beer lovers in Amsterdam. During the 90-minute self-guided tour, you'll learn the ...  Read more

Amsterdam Red Light District

4.5 star rating: Recommended 239 Reviews

Beyond its salacious reputation and red-lit brothels, Amsterdam's Red Light District (De Wallen) has some of the city's prettiest canals, excellent bars, ...  Read more

Rijksmuseum

4.5 star rating: Recommended 180 Reviews

Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum is the largest and most visited art museum in the Netherlands. Its collection, which ranks among the world’s finest, includes nearly ...  Read more

Anne Frank House (Anne Frankhuis)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 50 Reviews

The bestselling book “Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl” brought to life one of the greatest horrors of the 20th century in a compelling, personal way. In ...  Read more

Van Gogh Museum

4 star rating: Recommended 535 Reviews

Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum, home to the world’s largest collection of works by the legendary Dutch artist, is a must-see for art and art history lovers. The ...  Read more

Zaanse Schans

4 star rating: Recommended 432 Reviews

The scenic Dutch village of Zaanse Schans is most famous for its windmills, once used to power everything from paint-making to paper production. Today, the ...  Read more

Cube Houses (Kubuswoningen)

Revolutionary architect Piet Blom designed and developed Rotterdam’s collection of 40 innovative cube houses in 1984, each of which has a giant yellow and ...  Read more

Erasmusbrug (Erasmus Bridge)

Better known by its affectionate local nickname of “the Swan,” Erasmus Bridge crosses the River Nieuwe Maas with its elegant white spines, constructed in 1996 ...  Read more

Euromast

Designed by Dutch architect Hugh Maaskant for the 1960 Floriade flower festival, Euromast dominates the Rotterdam skyline with its futuristic shape, serving ...  Read more

Grote Kerk

The Hague’s present redbrick Gothic-style Great Church (Sint-Jacobskerk) replaced a 13th-century wooden church that was destroyed by fire in 1539. Located on ...  Read more

Mauritshuis

One of the greatest art galleries in the Netherlands, the Hague’s Mauritshuis is home to one of the best collections of Dutch and Flemish paintings in the ...  Read more

Noordeinde Palace

Although the Dutch royal family has a total of four palaces throughout the Netherlands, including one in Amsterdam, today the royals prefers to work from The ...  Read more

Ridderzaal (Hall of Knights)

As one of the oldest and most-admired landmark buildings in The Hague, the Ridderzaal makes up part of the medieval Binnenhof (Inner Court) complex, which was ...  Read more

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