When you think of the Netherlands, do you always think of tulips, cheese and bikes? The country has many other things to offer visitors! During your stay in the Netherlands, you must see Amsterdam of course. The city is famous for its many world famous museums, such as the Rijksmuseum or the Van Gogh Museum, as well as its way of living and eco-friendly population (people mainly get around on bikes). The city is also famous for its red light district and many coffee shops where legal sale of cannabis attracts tourists from around the world.
Admire Rotterdam's innovative, modern architecture, in particular the Kijk-Kubus, wooden cube houses that look like they are suspended in air, or the Euromast, a huge tower of glass and steel. When in The Hague, the country's capital, visit Royal Picture Gallery, the Ridderzaal, the palace that belonged to the Counts of Holland, and the Dutch Parliament. When reserving a hotel in the Netherlands, you can take a trip to Delft, world famous for the native painter, Vermeer and for its beautiful blue china.
Finally, be sure to see the country's many national parks, such as the Hoge Veluwe Park and the Veluwezoom, located within 100 kilometres from Amsterdam, or other unusual sites such as the Wadden Islands, a small natural paradise where you can go biking and enjoy the vast sandy beaches and dine in one of the fishing villages.