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Netherlands

The Netherlands is a small country with huge importance in the history of Western Europe. Over fifty percent of its landmass is less than three feet above sea level which creates a distinctive landscape of low-lying fields, dykes, locks, bikes, boats and windmills. Cities like Amsterdam and Utrecht are equally distinctive, often featuring a central network of canals lined with gabled houses. Discover historic city centres threaded through with picturesque canals, beautiful gardens featuring carpets of flowers and friendly bars where you can enjoy a Grolsch with the traditional accompaniment of Bitterballen.

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Amsterdam

Historically a fishing village, and now the Netherland’s vibrant, canal-woven capital, Amsterdam is attractive, vibrant and multifaceted. Boasting one of the largest historic centers in Europe, a lively ambience and quaint natural beauty around its sparkling waterways...

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Leiden

Intersected by canals and tree-lined quays, Leiden lies in the Dutch province of South Holland, and boasts what can only be described as a ‘quintessentially Dutch’ city center. Popular as the gateway to the myriad colors and impressive blooms of the world famous...

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Maastricht

Maastricht is the capital of the Dutch province of Limburg and sits on either side of the River Maas. The city has a rich history going back to the time of the Celts and then the Romans - as such, the city has a wonderful combination of old and new architecture; from the...

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Rotterdam

Rotterdam is a huge port on the North Sea and the Netherlands’ second largest city with a wealth of ultra-modern architecture. After being leveled in World War II, Rotterdam has been rebuilt to incorporate its shipping history; remnants of which can be discovered in...

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The Hague

Located on the North Sea coast of the western Netherlands, The Hague was founded when the Count of Holland purchased land next to a pond to build a hunting residence. This pond is now the beautiful Hofvijver and the site of the hunting residence is now the Parliament...

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Utrecht

Utrecht’s vistas are defined by canal-side terraces, 13th-century canal wharves and a medieval Dom church. Details and architecture of its ancient center dates back to the early middle-ages, and the city abounds with museums and architecture that only further...

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Valkenburg

Valkenburg aan de Geul is a small Dutch town in the lovely Geul Valley, overlooked by the ruins of its hilltop castle – the only one in the Netherlands. Valkenburg is also famous for its caves, created during mining in Roman times for the local marlstone. During WWII...

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