Maps of cities and regions of Netherlands
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Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes in Netherlands
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Railway and landscape maps of Netherlands
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Maps of cities and regions of Netherlands
Amsterdam Canals. You will see water almost everywhere in Amsterdam, and this fact traditionally amazes visitors. Because of a great number of canals (the exact number of which is 165) some people even call the city “Venice of the North”. The main canals of Amsterdam are Singel, Herengracht, Keizergracht, and Prinsengracht. All of them cross the central part of Amsterdam. You will also find numerous firms that organize boat excursions across the canals not far away from the station and … Read more
In the south-western Netherlands, there is an interesting place that is worth visiting – the artificial Walcheren peninsula. The city of Middelburg is a notable attraction of this part of the country. Numerous tourist groups visit this settlement to see gorgeous religious landmarks and charming houses that form whole quarters of the authentic-looking buildings. Most of these dwellings are notable examples of the architectural styles of the 17th-18th centuries, and this fact makes it even more … Read more
Vrijthof. In Dutch Vrijthof means "enclosure" or "a courtyard outside a church". In Maastricht Vrijthof Square has the second meaning. It is located in front of the Basilica of Saint Servatius and is often called the heart of the city. This is the place where you can get acquainted with the province of Limburg just like it is, and, probably, like it always will be. There are nice restaurants and cafes around the square, where you can taste the most delicious local food and drinks. The route … Read more
Mesmerizing Leiden is the homeland of many great artists and winners of the Nobel Prize. In modern times, this city in the Netherlands has turned into an important tourist destination, and there is a reason for such popularity. This gorgeous settlement has a rich past that is like a magnet for guests. Leiden shares its interesting history with every guest and gladly uncovers the historical and cultural heritage of the region. The Leiden University, which is famous on the country level, beautiful … Read more
De Euromast. De Euromast in Rotterdam is the tallest observation tower in the Netherlands. You can get to the top of the tower by new, superfast automatic elevators. This ride is an adventure itself. You will feel like an astronaut in a starting rocket. When you go up in the space cabin, you will start rotating slowly “in the orbit”, at a height of 185 meters. The cabin returns back to the platform with the help of "brake rockets". Truly brave souls may even go down using the ropes. … Read more
Not far from Rotterdam, on the bank of the picturesque Waal River, tourists can visit a beautiful Dutch city called Nijmegen. This is a peaceful and serene old city with an incredibly calm atmosphere. Don’t be surprised to see ducks that freely walk on the streets of Nijmegen. It is not rare to see them here. Local people enjoy a steady, unhurried lifestyle. They never hurry anywhere, relaxingly walking on local streets, and smile to even unknown people. There is one more distinctive feature … Read more
The New Church. The other side of Spuiplein Square is the location of the New Church. It's called new, because, actually, it was built only several centuries ago. In the late Middle Ages the population of the Hague was growing constantly, that's why the Great Church and St Jacob Church soon became too small. In the 17th century a new church was built near the Spuiplein canal. The church was made in the Dutch classism style that was traditional for that time. The canal was closed, but the … Read more
Van Verdun castle is an outstanding historical monument. Its construction took place in the first half of the 15th century. For hundreds of years of its existence, the castle changed its status repeatedly. In the 19th century, it housed a military prison, later they opened there a hospital. In the early 20th century, the historic building belonged to the Ministry of Defence. Recently, the old castle has been fully refurbished. Nowadays, a prestigious restaurant is housed there. The castle is … Read more
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