What You Need To Know About Netherlands

Travel To Netherlands

Holland is a country with a high population density in the Mst Saleh part of the sea with nearly half of its territory below sea level. Accepts many tourists to Zaardh to visit Amsterdam in the Netherlands only. But the Netherlands has a lot to offer outside of the capital. Intersected with canals, landscapes and places ideal for cycling with the historic city centers, and the classic windmills and other tourist sites across the country. In the west and north is characterized by a long coastline of over a mile to a mile from the protective dunes and sandy beaches. During the spring gardens featuring flowers that the Netherlands has become one of the great tourist attractions in the Netherlands to offer a bold scene of bright colors


Delta Project 


Delta project is a series of installations that were built between 1950 and 1997 in the provinces of Zeeland and South Holland to protect large areas of land from the sea. Work consisting of dams and locks, and dams, and barriers to storm surges. Has announced that it is one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Maastricht Vrijthof 


Vrijthof Square is known in the city of Maastricht, a city in the most southern part of the Netherlands. And includes the Church of St. Servatius massive Cathedral of St. Jean. And Vrijthof regularly hosts large festivals at different times throughout the year, including fall and winter festivals.

Rijksmuseum


in Amsterdam is the largest and most prestigious Museum of Art and History in the Netherlands. It contains a large collection of paintings from the Dutch Golden Age, including works by Rembrandt and Vermeer. Even in 2013, is being completely renovated in the museum, but it contains the major masterpieces that are still in the show.

Kinderdijk 


More than 1,000 ancient windmills that still exist in the Netherlands. It is the largest gathering of Dutch windmills that can be found near the village of Kinderdijk ("the dam for Children"). To drain excess water from the reclaimed land, which lies below sea level, has been building windmills all over 191 740. It has been well preserved and to this day is far from popular tourist attractions in the Netherlands.

Hogg Falovi 


Hogg Falovi National Park is one of the largest natural reserves continued in the Netherlands, which consists of meadows, sand dunes, and forest lands. Mueller Museum crawler - with a large collection of paintings by Vincent Van Gogh is located inside the park. Bikes are available free of charge to visitors from Hogg Falovi, with a lot of space that can not be accessed by car.

Keukenhof Gardens 


Keukenhof Gardens is the largest park in the world for the flower garden, and in fact, has been promoted to the Dutch flower industry. Grown nearly seven million lamps annually in the flower garden with tulips, but also hyacinths, daffodils, and other spring flowers on the screen. Gardens are open from the last week in March to mid-May Keukenhof is one of the most important tourist attractions to visit in the Netherlands.

Delft City Hall 

City Hall in Delft is a building with a model of the Renaissance in Market Square across from the Nieuwe Kirk (New Church). Originally it was designed by Dutch architect Hendrick de Keyser was changed dramatically over the centuries and has been in the 20th century to the emergence of the Renaissance.

The West Frisian Islands 


The West Frisian Islands or Waddeneilanden Dutch language is a series of islands in the North Sea off the Dutch coast. It is still to the east, as in East Germany for the Frisian Islands. Islands to separate the North Sea from the shallow Wadden Sea, with tidal mudflats. Under the supervision of licensed guides them access to many of the islands by walking on the mudflats during low tide. Bikes on the islands are the most suitable way for transportation.

Channels Leiden 


It is known for Leiden's oldest canal in the Netherlands, the birthplace of Rembrandt and beautiful canals. It has two branches of the Rhine River, which enter the old Leiden in the Middle and autism in the city center, which also contains many small canals. The old center of Leiden is one of the largest urban centers in the 17th century Netherlands, second only to Amsterdam.

Amsterdam canals

Began building the famous canals of Amsterdam in the 17th century during the Dutch Golden Age. The three main channels, Herengracht and Prinsengracht are located in, and the Keizersgracht canal to form the United belts around the city center, known as the grachtengordel. Today there is more than 100 km (60 miles) of canals and 1,500 bridges. Besides, the main channels are 1550 monuments...