Noordwijk – A Floral Seaside Resort

Noordwijk Beach

Noordwijk Has Beaches, Bulb Fields and a Space Centre: Noordwijk markets itself as a floral seaside resort. The town is blessed with 13 km of coastline and beautiful dune-backed beaches and being in the Duin-en Bollenstreek (Dune and Bulb Region), its sandy soil and coastal dunes make the area an ideal location for bulb cultivation. […]

Gouda – Famous for its Gouda Cheese

Gouda Cheese Market

Gouda is Famous the World Over for its Gouda Cheese: The name Gouda conjures images of bright yellow wheels of this Dutch cheese that is a common sight throughout the Netherlands. But more than just cheese, this typical Dutch city in the province of South Holland has plenty of history, old buildings and pretty canals […]

Alkmaar – Full of History and Cheese

Alkmaar Waag, Waagplein

There’s More to Alkmaar Than Its Kaasmarkt (Cheese Market): Alkmaar is a historic city and municipality located in the province of Noord Holland. Whilst most tourists come to Alkmaar to enjoy its traditional kaasmarkt (cheese market), one of the four traditional cheese markets remaining in the Netherlands, the city has 399 listed rijksmonuments (national heritage […]

Delft – Final Resting Place of William of Orange

Delft New Church

Delft is Famous for its Blue Delft and as the Final Resting Place of William of Orange: Delft is a town that is best-known the world over for its Blue Delft pottery. But this charming town in the province of South Holland (Zuid-Holland) is equally famous as the final resting place of William of Orange. […]

Destination: Amsterdam

Expensive Amsterdam Canal Apartments

Amsterdam Attractions and Things to Do: Many people think of Amsterdam as the capital of the Netherlands, but the actual seat of the government is at Den Haag. Nevertheless, Amsterdam is the largest city in the Netherlands and as far as tourism is concerned it is also the most visited, with over 3.5 million visitors […]