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The Peace Palace in The Hague
Situated alongside the North Sea in Western Europe, the Netherlands is a country that visitors return to time and again. With an easy-going and friendly atmosphere, the Netherlands attract some 10 million visitors every year - most head straight for the capital city of Amsterdam.
Amsterdam is one of the world’s most vibrant cities, which in part is down to its relative lax law - but the city isn’t just about vice and exuberance though its streets are chock full of culturally and historically significant buildings and attractions. Most Netherlands trip plans taking in the city include visits to the likes of the Rijksmuseum, which houses some of the country’s finest artwork and historical artifacts; the Van Gogh Museum, home to the most comprehensive collection of the famed artist’s work; the Anne Frankhuis, where Anne Frank and her family hid from the Nazis during World War II; and the Rembrandt Museum, again housing an extensive collection of famous artwork.
Of course, any trip to Amsterdam is not complete without a stroll along one of its beautiful canals. With more than 100 kilometers of waterways within the city, you best not stroll for too long though.
Stepping away from the Amsterdam in any direction brings visitors to a handful of unexpected surprises, including the Dutch cities of Maastricht, also known as “the culinary capital of the world”, Rotterdam – Netherlands “architecture city”, and The Hague, an extraordinary city which is home to a number of top notch art museums. Away from the hustle and bustle of city life, any planned trip to the Netherlands should include a visit to the country’s famed windmills, the best of which can be seen in Kinderdijk. For those visiting between late March and the middle of May, the Keukenhof Gardens must be seen. Here, millions of flowers are planted and bloom into a magnificent array of colors.