Iconic Netherlands

A trip that offers a bit of everything, with culture, history, and nightlife, as well as beer that has been produced in the area since 16C!

In this trip

  • Night LifeNight Life
  • CultureCulture
  • Great FoodGreat Food
  • Historic PlacesHistoric Places
  • BeachesBeaches

Trip itinerary

  • 1

    Rotterdam, Netherlands

  • 2

    Maastricht, Netherlands

  • 3

    Haarlem, Netherlands

  • 4

    Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Things to do in and around Rotterdam

  • Rotterdam
  • Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
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  • Kubuswoningen II
  • De Boompjes Rotterdam
  • Koningspark
  • Utrecht sunset
  • Rotterdam
  • Rotterdam, Boijmans
  • Erasmus Bridge...again!
  • IFFR2009 - Schouwburgplein II
  • Efteling 2014
  • Pastoral Windmills
  • Rotterdam Blaak en Oude haven
  • Euromast_Rotterdam_Alpha
  • Rotterdam, Huis Sonneveld
  • Maritime Museum @ Leuvehaven @ Rotterdam
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  • Delft
  • Diergaarde Blijdorp Rotterdam
  • Willemsbrug
  • #29/365 - Beurs World Trade Center Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • brouwersdam (3)


Netherlands, South Holland region

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Netherlands' second largest city boasts a wealth of cultural venues and events, wonderful museums, great nightlife, and amazing energy.

Rotterdam is the second-largest city in the Netherlands and one of the largest ports in the world. Rotterdam is currently going through a sort of renaissance, with some urban architecture projects, a nightlife, and many summer festivals celebrating the city's multicultural population and identity, such as the Caribbean-inspired "Summer Carnival", the Dance Parade, Rotterdam 666, the Metropolis pop festival and the World Port days. The self-image of the city is that of a no-nonsense workers' city. In that sense, there is a healthy competition with Amsterdam, which is often viewed as the cultural capital of the Netherlands.
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Things to do in and around Maastricht

  • Maastricht
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  • Sint Servaasbasiliek
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  • Efteling 2014
  • Onze Lieve Vrouwebasiliek
  • Maastricht - Rondeel de Vijf Koppen
  • Little Devils
  • Utrecht sunset
  • Koningspark
  • Pastoral Windmills


Netherlands, Limburg region

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Initially settled in the 6C, this ancient town is rich with historic landmarks, a wealth of cultural curiosities, and great shopping.

Maastricht is known in the Netherlands and beyond for its lively squares, narrow streets, and historical buildings. The city has 1,677 rijksmonumenten (national heritage sites), more than any Dutch city, outside Amsterdam. The entire city centre is a protected cityscape ("beschermd stadsgezicht"). The tourist information office (VVV) is located in the Dinghuis, a medieval building overlooking Grote Staat. Maastricht's main sights include amazing ancient buildings, beautiful rivers, several museums, annual events and festivals, as well as many sprawling incredible city parks.
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Things to do in and around Haarlem

  • Haarlem's St Bavo
  • Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem
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  • Koningspark
  • Utrecht sunset
  • Haarlem (13 February 2010)
  • Sint Bavokerk Haarlem
  • Haarlem City Hall (Left), Seen From Grote Markt
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  • Efteling 2014


Netherlands, North Holland region

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The historic capital of Holland is home to several museums, historic buildings, cultural monuments, and excellent nightlife.

Haarlem is the capital of the province of North Holland and is situated at the northern edge of the Randstad, one of the most populated metropolitan areas in Europe. There are several museums in Haarlem. Since the 18th century, Haarlem has historically had more museums per inhabitant than any other city of the Netherlands. It also has the highest number of defunct museums per inhabitant. The city contains several theatres, cinemas and other cultural attractions (apart from the museums). Beer brewing has been a very important industry for Haarlem. The heyday of beer brewing in Haarlem goes back to the 15th century, when there were no fewer than 100 breweries in the city.
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Things to do in and around Amsterdam

  • Amsterdam
  • Stedelijk museum Amsterdam
  • Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
  • Amsterdam
  • Amsterdam: Oude Zijde
  • Koningspark
  • Utrecht sunset
  • Beguine Gardens, Amsterdam
  • Nine Streets area, Amsterdam
  • Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
  • Hermitage Amsterdam
  • Efteling 2014
  • Pastoral Windmills
  • Rembrandt House
  • Anne Frank's House
  • Sail 2010 - Javaeiland
  • Nieuwekerk
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  • Keizersgracht, Amsterdam
  • Amsterdam Canals: Herengracht & Brouwersgracht
  • Houses and houseboats on Herengracht
  • Delft


Netherlands, North Holland region

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The Dutch capital retains its medieval charm along with historic buildings, rich culture, its iconic canals, and charming streets.

Amsterdam is the capital city of and most populous within the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Amsterdam is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, and is home to more than one hundred kilometers of canals. Amsterdam has a rich architectural history, with buildings dating back to 1306. Amsterdam has many parks, open spaces, and squares throughout the city. Shops in Amsterdam range from large department stores such as De Bijenkorf founded in 18709, to small specialty shops. Home to many fascinating museums, the most important ones are located on the Museumplein.
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