The fascinating experience visitors discover when coming to the Netherlands

The interesting, unique points below will convince you to set foot in the Netherlands.

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Amsterdam
Amsterdam
Amsterdam: This is considered a city that never sleeps and contains many interesting things to discover. From Anne Frank's house, the Nine Streets shopping area to the Rijksmuseum, each has its own unique atmosphere. Not only that, this city is an attraction for cultural enthusiasts because of the diversity of museums and festivals such as Dekmantal (June - August) or C.R.A.F.T. (June). Photo: Favoritetravel, Elenaborch.
Netherlands
Netherlands
Country of bicycles: The country's population is 16 million but 13 million bicycles are used. Cycling on flat roads, enjoying the temperate climate and admiring the most beautiful places of this country is an experience not to be missed. Photo: Mr.meantravel.
Netherlands
Contemporary art space: It owns hundreds of the world's leading art institutes scattered throughout the country. Therefore, the search for excellent, creative and influential artwork is quite easy. Amsterdam alone has dozens of contemporary galleries and a number of highly regarded museums dedicated to groundbreaking works of art such as Stedelijk, FOAM or Van Gogh. Photo: Pexel.
Netherlands
Netherlands
The land of tulips: These beautiful flowers are planted on farms across the Dutch inland and bloom around mid-May. Hundreds of shops and markets dedicated to this flower have been opened to serve the needs of everyone. The best time to visit is during the tulip blooming season, from March to May every year. Photo: Mausya, Tembela.
Netherlands
Taste the stuff at the world's largest cheese market: Gouda is located in the southern Netherlands and is the home of the world-famous Gouda cheese. Traditional cheese market is held every summer. Here, all local farmers will bring home-made cheeses for sale. The pieces of cheese sold here are all shaped like cakes and weigh up to several kilograms. Photo: Dissolve.

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