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Aalsmeer

Get up early and visit the largest flower auction in the world

Did you know that roughly 20 million flowers are sold daily at the Flower Auction in Aalsmeer? The largest flower auction in the world...
windmills Kinderdijk

The windmills of Kinderdijk

Did you know that 19 windmills are lined up along dykes in Kinderdijk near Rotterdam? You can take a canal tour, visit a windmill...
Efteling

Efteling, the largest theme park in the Netherlands

Did you know that Efteling is not only the largest theme park in the Netherlands but also one of the oldest theme parks in...
National Park Alde Feanen

National Parks in the Netherlands

Did you know there are 20 National Parks in the Netherlands? These parks show the great diversity of Dutch nature (from sand dunes to...
Leeuwarden

Historical Leeuwarden

Did you know that Leeuwarden has been inhabited since the 10th century? The oldest remains of houses even date back to the 2nd century...
Terschelling

Visit the Dutch Wadden Islands

Did you know that 1.3 milion tourists each year find their way to the Dutch Wadden Sea Islands Texel, Terschelling, Vlieland, Ameland and Schiermonnikoog?...
National Park Weerribben-Wieden

Europe’s largest low peat wetland

Did you know that National Park Weerribben-Wieden is Europe's largest low peat wetland? The swampy area is a paradise for nature lovers, bird spotters...
Hoge Veluwe

Spot wildlife at National Park De Hoge Veluwe

Did you know you can spot several species of wildlife at National Park De Hoge Veluwe? This 55kmĀ² nature reserve consists of woodlands, heathlands...
Soesterduinen

Natural sand dunes far away from the beach

Did you know that you can hike natural dunes in the middle of the Netherlands, about 60km away from the sea? The open sand flats...
Did you know that given its extreme fragility, the magnificent Japanese Garden in The Hague is only open a few weeks in spring and autumn? The crown jewel of the Clingendael estate can be visited this autumn from 14 to 29 October 10.00-16.00. Free entrance!

Japanse Garden: Autumn splendor in The Hague

Did you know that given its extreme fragility, the magnificent Japanese Garden in The Hague is only open a few weeks in spring and...