1. VISIT THE CANAL OF AMSTERDAM
Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands. Amsterdam is filled with fascinating places. One such place you need to explore is the canals of Amsterdam. It has a sparkling view, and everyone loves it. One can even have a boat ride in the canal, enjoying the eye-catching sights. You must explore Amsterdam because it is one of the most important tourist destinations in the Netherlands.
2. WANDER AROUND KEUKENHOF
Keukenhof, also known as the “Garden of Europe”, is the most extensive tulip garden globally. It has so many varieties of tulips with thousands of colours, and each has a small sign that shows the tulip type. Apart from tulips and other flowers, Keukenhof offers many kids’ events, concerts, and activities. You can visit the Dutch mill in the park too. Therefore, if you are a person who is fond of flowers, then this garden of Europe is the ideal place to visit.
3. VISIT THE RIJKSMUSEUM
The Rijksmuseum is the Dutch museum in Amsterdam, and it is in the top 3 most visited museums in the Netherlands. This museum has a lot to offer; they have developed an app that helps you prepare yourself which masterpiece of art you want to see first and how to get there in the most convenient way. They also offer private guided tours, and it is an excellent place for lovers of art and culture.
4. VISIT THE ANNE FRANK MUSEUM
The Anne Frank house organisation was established in 1957 to preserve the hiding place and promote Anne Frank’s ideals.” A room full of dreams” can be seen at the Anne Frank House. This house is where Anne and her family hid during World War Ⅱ. It has a story behind it, and this story is understood through photos, clips, a bookcase and the diaries in Anne’s room. One can visit the museum only with a ticket booked online, and photography is not allowed in order to protect the museum. You should visit here at least once if you are in Amsterdam.
5. AVAIL YOURSELF IN EFTELING
Efteling is the biggest amusement park in the Netherlands. It has something to offer for every age people like kids can listen to fairytales, fables and folklores, and they have merry-go-rounds, teenagers can traverse the haunted mansion, and families can have gleeful rides. It also has a good ambience with lots of greenery. At least you need two days at Efteling to enjoy everything in the park. Suppose you have an idea to spend a good time with your kids or experience a thrilling day out. Then this amusement park is the ideal place for you.
6. VISIT GOUDA
Visit Gouda to taste its world-class cheese; its cheese has a delightful mixture of sturdy flavours. Your expedition to Netherlands will not be complete if you don’t visit this place of best cheese. Gouda is popular for its syrup waffles, and they are famous exports and are sold across the city.
Gouda is also known as a historic centre. You can visit museum Gouda, De Goudse Waag, Gouda’s 15th century town hall, Saint John church, Goudse Hout, Stadswandeling Gouda, Willkommen, Agnietenkapel, Jurassic golf, Reeuwijkse, and many more. Don’t miss out to visit this place which has so much to offer you.
7. VISIT BREDA
Breda is well worth a visit. It is a historical place that has attracted many tourists with its rich culture and tradition. You can start your day by visiting the “Great Market” and exploring the elegant town hall built by three adjoining houses. One can also obtain the chance to see a copy of Velazquez’s famous painting. Breda has one of the most important UNESCO sites, which has played an essential role throughout the city’s history, and that is Breda Castle. Visit, and this place will astonish you.
8. VISIT EDAM
Like Gouda, Edam is also famous for its cheese worldwide, but this little village has more to offer apart from cheese. You can visit the Edam Museum, one of the oldest brick houses in the town of Edam, the Carillon and church of our Dear Lady. The church was demolished in 1882, but you can observe the tower it still stands.
9. VISIT ZAANSE SCHANS AND KINDERDIJK TO VIEW THE STRIKING WINDMILLS
Zaanse is known for its well-preserved historic windmills. More than 600 windmills are there in Zaanse Schans. The Netherlands has many windmills to ensure that the land doesn’t flood below sea level. These windmills attract thousands of tourists. Kinderdijk is also home to the country’s most recognisable windmills. It has a picturesque view to feast one’s eyes, and it’s free to visit. Never miss out the opportunity to view these creations if you visit the Netherlands.
10. VISIT HOGE VELUWE NATIONAL PARK
Hoge Veluwe National Park is one of the most popular attractions in the Netherlands, famous for its diversity of scenery. It is home to many species, and even the ultimate purpose is to protect some species of flora. If you are an avid bird-watcher, this destination is what you should look for because it is an important sanctuary for birds. Visitors can also watch various animals, including wild sheep, wild pigs, red deer, roe deer. If you are looking for wildlife, then plan your visit accordingly.