Holland's cities

Discover the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam

Anyone interested in Holland, its art and history should visit the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. There you get to know Dutch masters such as Rembrandt, Vermeer or Van Gogh. You immerse yourself in the history of the Dutch East India Company. You can also learn a lot about the Dutch.

Famous places in Rotterdam

Rotterdam may be overshadowed by Amsterdam in popularity and activity, but it is by no means a less interesting Dutch city. Rotterdam, the second largest and most important city in the Netherlands next to the capital, is chic, modern, cultural and absolutely beautiful.

Explore Kampen Holland

The best way to explore the Hanseatic city of Kampen in Holland is by boat on the IJssel. A visit to the shops in the pedestrian zone reveals something surprising. Tea or coffee samples give you an insight into today's retail trade. You can also watch cigar-makers at work.

Edam - see the cheese village from the water

Many sights of the cheese town of Edam in Holland can be discovered from the water with a whisper boat. A tour through the city's canals shows you from an unusual perspective. Afterwards, a visit to the former cheese market and a stroll across the city's bridges are worthwhile.

Hasselt Netherlands - Hanseatic city on Zwarte Water

The Hanseatic city of Hasselt in the Netherlands is one of the five Hanseatic cities that we visit on our tour through the Hanseatic region. I was particularly excited about her. After all, it was the birthplace of Kilian van Rensselaer.

Hanseatic City of Elburg in Holland - Sights

The Hanseatic city of Elburg is one of the towns in Holland that has retained its charm. If you enter the place behind the city wall, which has been almost completely preserved, you have the feeling that you are entering a different time.

Deventer Holland - a city for connoisseurs

The city of Deventer in Holland was a Hanseatic city. It is located on the IJssel, on which the Hanseatic merchants set out for the Hanseatic trading cities. They brought wealth to the city. You can see this in her to this day. Wealthy merchants built trading houses in the city center.

Tour of the port of Rotterdam

Rotterdam has the largest container port in Europe. The sea is twenty-five kilometers from downtown Rotterdam. The tour through the port of Rotterdam shows us the Erasmus Bridge, a cruise ship and great views of the city.

Pilgrim Fathers Museum in Leiden Netherlands

What do the Pilgrim Fathers have to do with Leiden Holland? Very easily. Before the Pilgrim Fathers began their journey to America, they tried to lead a life according to their own ideas in Leiden. The Pilgrim Fathers belonged to a group of radical religious separatists. They renounced the Church of England and demanded autonomy [...]

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